Information for Attendees of the 7th UK Experimental Archaeology Conference

Attending the conference

Dates and times

  • For those arriving on Thursday there will be a chance to meet up with conference delegates at the traditional Cardiff archaeologist’s pub, The Pen and Wig from 19.00h
  • Registration on the Friday morning will be from 9.00h in the Julian Hodge building, Cardiff University.
  • The Friday afternoon/evening wine reception will be at 17.00h at the John Percival building, Cardiff University.
  • On Saturday morning delegates will be picked up and taken to St Fagans by coach at 9.30hrs, with the coach leaving St Fagans around 17.00hrs and returning to Cardiff city centre around 17.30h Saturday evening.

Important locations at the Conference

The major locations of the conference are visible on the custom map below. Click on the blue markers to view information on the locations, or follow the link at the bottom to view a larger copy of the map.

Social

  • For those arriving on Thursday there will be a chance to meet up with conference delegates at the traditional Cardiff archaeologist’s pub, The Pen and Wig from 19.00h
  • Experimental archaeologists tend to be a very friendly bunch, so we encourage you to get to know your co-attendees! There are likely to be trips to the pub and to find dinner so if in doubt, do ask.
  • The conference has a twitter account which, even if you don’t use twitter yourself, you can read and see what we’re up to. We will try and keep it updated with information for attendees and will try to respond to messages during the conference, phone battery permitting!
  • The hashtag for the conference is #EAUK2013. This hashtag can be included in tweets relating to the conference and allows people to see all the tweets about a particular subject in one go. It allows people to communicate with each other and with people unable to make the conference. We encourage respectful communication and ask that anyone intending to tweet from within the conference use their judgement and adhere to presenters’ requests with regards to public sharing of academic and private material.
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