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EXARC Newsletter, Number 2016/11

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EAC10 Conference – registration now openEAC10 program online

April 2017, EXARC will organise the Experimental Archaeology Conference, EAC10, in Leiden, the Netherlands. Titles of the almost 60 papers and posters are already online. There will be a keynote lecture from Denmark, and the conference fee includes both a wine reception and a pizza night with drinks. On the third day, we will have an excursion to two very different archaeological open-air museums.

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EXARC - REARC Conference in the United StatesEXARC - REARC Conference in the United States

18 & 19 November, a colourful crowd attended the Reconstructive and Experimental Archaeology Conference (REARC). Venue was the world famous living history museum Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. In total, about 90 people participated, of which about 40 students. People travelled from West Coast to East Coast to join, and also several EXARC members from Europe were present.

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EXARC Journal 2016/4 4th Journal of 2016 published online

A bit later than planned (due to the early Digest 2016-2) EXARC Journal 2016/4 was published online in the first days of December. It contains 9 articles: 5 are Mixed Matters, the other 4 are for Members Only.


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EXARC Journal 2014/4 is now Open Access !

EU grant applicationEU grant application

On 11 November 2016, EXARC filed an application with the EU for support for European networks. The outcome is expected to come in March / April 2017. EXARC will highlight the migration of food and artisan products in the archaeological past (in this case 7500 BC – 1500 AD), showing its relevance for modern times, emphasising our common European past.

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Photo: Fifth-century burial pots and other artefacts from Issendorf, Lower Saxony, Germany. Courtesy of Landesmuseum Hannover http://www.ourmigrationstory.org.uk/oms/anglo-saxon-migrations

With regards,

Dr Roeland Paardekooper, EXARC Director
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