Details and booking for the 10th Experimental Archaeology Conference

We are very pleased that the details for the 10th Experimental Archaeology Conference have been finalised. Full details and extensive information can be found on the EXARC website.

The conference will run from Thursday, 20 April, 2017 to Saturday, 22 April, 2017 under the auspices of Material Culture Studies, Leiden University (NL) and EXARCPapers and posters will be hosted at Leiden University on the Thursday and Friday. On Saturday, in keeping with the tradition of the conference, there will be an excursion.

Register HERE

 

Conference Costs:

Regular (non-EXARC member) € 70
Student (non-EXARC member) € 55
Regular (EXARC member) € 60
Student (EXARC member) € 45
Excursion Saturday incl lunch (max 60 persons) € 40

There is one fee for the conference, regardless of whether you attend one or two days.

The conference fee includes:

Access to the presentations and papers on Thursday and Friday
Conference bag
Coffee, Tea and lunches
Drink reception on Thursday and Pizza night & drinks on Friday

The Excursion on Saturday inlcudes:

Coach Leiden-Eindhoven-Vlaardingen-Leiden
Visit to Prehistorisch Dorp in Eindhoven incl lunch
Visit to Federatie Broekpolder in Vlaardingen incl coffee/tea

Following your registration you will receive an invoice from EXARC (PDF) which needs to be paid in full in order to complete your registration. Please note that you should book travel and accommodation yourself.

The International Experimental Archaeology Conference encourages the exchange and sharing of new work in experimental archaeology. It facilitates the discussion of recent developments within the ever-growing community of experimental archaeologists, archaeologists, primitive technologists, interpreters, open-air museum affiliates, and interpreters.

Experimental archaeology encompasses controlled scientific experiments as well as a vast array of other closely related activities. Although an archaeological experiment must be hypothesis driven, the insight gained through activities that are not as scientifically structured including experiential archaeology and primitive technology can be equally informative. The true value is realized when the results of research are related back to the archaeological record, enabling the creation of a cohesive and insightful interpretation which would be impossible to obtain solely from original artefacts.

Experimental archaeology demonstrations by conference participants are welcome on the Friday evening if they can safely take place indoors or Saturday afternoon if they should be outdoors. Please mention on registration if you are interested in demonstrating something.

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