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EXARC Newsletter, Number 2016/09

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tDAR Bibliography Collection Experimental Archaeology Online Collection

EXARC and tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record) produced the Experimental Archaeology Collection, a place for sharing and preserving data and results of experimental archaeology. The collection currently consists of 11,000 citations from the EXARC bibliography, developed by Dr Roeland Paardekooper, and the collection is managed by Dr Jodi Reeves Eyre. EXARC will be adding more descriptive information and open access files to these citations in the following months.
Read more HERE
Link to tDAR EXARC Collections HERE

EXARC pass gives access EXARC pass gives access

All EXARC members have a membership card, certifying that the holder is member. Meanwhile we are over 250 members. The card grants free entry to all EXARC venues, meaning as a member you can always visit another member. It is however important to contact the member you wish to visit in advance to confirm access arrangements. To all our museum members, please be sure that your staff members know that these cards can be presented to them at the entrance to your site.

EAC10, our large conference in Leiden, NL EAC10, our large conference in Leiden (NL)

April 2017, together with Leiden University, EXARC will host the 10th experimental archaeology conference. We expect about 80 – 100 participants and so far we already have 40 abstracts for papers and posters. The conference will take three days, 20 – 22 April, with the first two days in Leiden and the last day an excursion. Registration will open early November. More information: HERE.

Please link to EXARC

EXARC presents all its 250 members on its website under members.exarc.net. We do so because we are proud of you all. Now we ask you to do the same: please link to www.EXARC.net from your own website or use our logo in your printed matter. We can send you the logo in high resolution if you like.

With regards,

Dr Roeland Paardekooper, EXARC Director
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