Medieval Archaeology

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Forthcoming SMA events:

SMA Autumn conference 2014, 5 – 7 December 2014, Rewley House, Oxford 

The Society for Medieval Archaeology’s 2014 conference will consider sites and settlements used for brief episodes – fishing bases, army camps, miners’ huts and charcoal burner’s shelters, as well as those used on a recurrent, often seasonal basis, such as those associated with transhumance and fair sites. To find out more, go to the conference webpage

SMA Student Colloquium 2014, 13 – 15 November 2014, Queen’s University Belfast

The Society for Medieval Archaeology’s 2014 Student Colloquium aims to provide a platform for postgraduates and early career professionals to present and discuss their current research. This year’s event will also incorporate keynote lectures from Professor Audrey Horning and Nick Brannon, plus a fieldtrip to medieval sites in south County Down. Papers from across the medieval period (5th-16th centuries AD) and from all geographical areas are welcomed and, to reflect the location of the Colloquium in Ireland, we are particularly interested in medieval archaeology from across Europe and the peripheral islands. To find out more, go to the conference webpage

The Society for Medieval Archaeology was established to study evidence of the past, whether standing buildings, landscapes, buried remains or artefacts in museums.

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