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AEA Spring Conference

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Robin Bendrey <[log in to unmask]>

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Robin Bendrey <[log in to unmask]>

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Sat, 15 Jan 2005 14:39:56 -0000

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AEA Spring Conference 2005

Environmental archaeology in Landscape archaeology

To be held at University College Winchester (formerly King Alfred's College,
Winchester) on 31st March 2005

LAST CALL FOR PAPERS

The focus by archaeologists of whole landscapes ('Landscape archaeology')
from an approach that was previously site-based, is one of the most
significant changes to our discipline in the last 20 years. To quote one
major archaeological textbook:

".... fieldwork used to be seen almost exclusively in terms of the discovery
and excavation of sites. Today, however, while sites and their excavation
remain of paramount importance, the focus has broadened to take in whole
landscapes, and surface survey at sites in addition to - or instead of -
excavation. Archaeologists have become aware that there is a great range of
"off-site" or "non-site" evidence, from scatters of artefacts to features
such as ploughmarks and field boundaries, that provide important information
about human exploitation and the environment." (Renfrew, C. and Bahn, P.
[1996] Archaeology: theories, methods and practice. Second Edition. Thames
and Hudson, London, p. 67)

Landscape archaeology has been the subject of many conferences, but never
one dedicated to environmental archaeology. Nevertheless as landscape
archaeology has become more prominent environmental archaeology has itself
had to change in approach and methodology. Such developments are therefore
the subject of the Association of Environmental Archaeology Easter
conference hosted by the Department of Archaeology, University College
Winchester on Thursday 31st March 2005. Presentations (in either verbal or
poster form) are therefore invited in any of the following themes:
* Bioarchaeological and geoarchaeological methods in and approaches to
landscape archaeology
* The environmental archaeology of extensive and intensive field survey
* Environmental archaeology and field evaluation: aims and methodologies

Those interested in presenting a (20 minute long) paper or poster should
submit a title and a c. 200 word abstract by 31st January 2005 to:

Robin Bendrey
Department of Archaeology
University College Winchester
Winchester
SO22 4NR
Email: [log in to unmask]

A provisional programme will be put on the AEA website
(http://www.envarch.net) in February 2005.

The conference has a registration fee of 28 for AEA members/students and
35 for non-members (who are not students). This fee includes conference
attendance, a book of abstracts, morning and afternoon refreshments and a
two course buffet lunch. Limited accommodation is available on campus for
the nights of 30th and 31st March at a cost of 30 per person.

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