A comprehensive list detailing various conferences, which will be taking place over the next few months.
*Any events posted on here are subject to change - please contact the event organisers with any queries
Association of Critical Heritage Studies 5th Biennial Conference
26 to 30 August 2020, London
The Association of Critical Heritage Studies 5th Biennial Conference will be held in London next year from 26th-30th August 2020. The theme is ‘Futures’ which aims to engage with the aims of heritage to address the concerns of future generations.
- Arts and Creative Practice
- Future Policies and Politics of Heritage
- Environmental Change and the Anthropocene
- Digital Futures in and for Heritage
- Folklore and Intangible Cultural Heritages
- Urban heritage futures
- Future Methods and Approaches to Critical Heritage Studies
- Future Landscapes of Heritage
- The Future Museum: Collections and Collecting
- Heritage and time
- The Futures of Heritage
- Mobilities and Migration
- Open sub-theme
Details can be found here: https://achs2020london.com/submissions/
Scadbury Manor Open Weekend
Orpington and District Archaeological Society, Saturday 12 - Sunday 13 September 2020
Follow a self-guided trail around the moated manor. See the excavations, Tudor kitchen foundations, World War II defences. Visit the refreshments, bookstall, exhibition.
CBA South Midlands: Recent Archaeology in Northants Conference
Sunday 18 October
Further details TBC
Roman Finds Group: New Research on Finds from Roman Scotland and the North
POSTPONED UNTIL OCTOBER
Our 2020 spring conference is to be held in association with Historic Environment Scotland. It will be a two-day conference from early afternoon on Friday 3rd April until late afternoon on Saturday 4th April in the Kelvin Hall lecture theatre, University of Glasgow. The meeting is being organised jointly by Stephen Greep, Chairman and meetings co-ordinator, Roman Finds Group and Louisa Campbell of the University of Glasgow. RFG are grateful for the support given to arrangements for the meeting by The University of Glasgow and Historic Environment Scotland.
There are five sessions of papers, with seventeen illustrated talks, on various aspects of finds from recent work in Scotland and the north. The Roman Finds Group AGM will be held immediately before lunch on day two. After the Keynote lecture on Day 1 we will make our way to the Hunterian Museum (approx. 15-minute walk) for a private viewing led by Professor Lawrence Keppie, followed by a pre-dinner drinks reception courtesy of Steph Scholten, Director of the Hunterian.
Please note that numbers will be restricted so you are advised to book early. The cost of the meeting is the same as our two day meetings over the last four years: £40 for fully paid up RFG members, £30 for students, £48 non-members and a £25 day rate (students £20).
• Access to all conference sessions, finds and poster viewings.
• Teas and coffees as in the programme.
• Free Access to the Hunterian Museum.
• Private viewing of “The Antonine Wall: Rome’s Final Frontier” exhibition in the Hunterian Museum on the Friday evening after the Museum has closed to the public.
• Pre-Dinner Drinks Reception held at the Hunterian Museum on the Friday evening.
• Subsidised pre-conference guided tour of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Further details can be found on the attached flyer and at our website here: https://www.romanfindsgroup.org.uk/events/41/2020+RFG+Spring+Meeting+New+Research+on+Finds+from+Roman+Scotland+and+the+North
Tintagel in Late Antiquity - Recent Excavations and Research
*POSTPONING UNTIL OCTOBER 2020/APRIL 2021*
This is a two-day conference organised by English Heritage at Truro College, Cornwall, followed by a half-day field trip to Tintagel Castle.
Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, is a site of international importance thanks to the remarkable archaeological evidence for a citadel and trading port in Late Antiquity. This conference will draw together the results of a major four-year research project, which included the first excavations since those by Glasgow University in the 1990s.
The conference papers will present results of the Tintagel Castle Archaeological Research Project. Speakers will include archaeologists from English Heritage, Cornwall Archaeological Unit, Historic England and several universities.
We have kept the ticket price as low as possible: it includes the conference fee and refreshments. There will be a social event on the Thursday night (with a reasonable additional cost) if you'd like to come.
Do make use of Visit Truro, or any other website, to book your own accommodation: https://www.visittruro.org.uk/truro-accommodation
To book tickets for the conference please use this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tintagel-in-late-antiquity-recent-excavations-and-research-tickets-84875686463
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New perspectives on the medieval ‘agricultural revolution’
7th to 8th December 2020
At this online video conference, organized by the Feeding Anglo-Saxon England project (FeedSax), speakers will explore how the analysis of excavated plant and animal remains enables us to reconstruct farming regimes across medieval England and beyond.
Registration is free – all you need is a computer with a webcam, microphone and internet connection. For the programme and registration details, visit our website https://feedsax.arch.ox.ac.uk/conference.html, or e-mail us at email@example.com