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OBE & the Scottish Crannog Centre

EXARC is absolutely thrilled, delighted and very proud to announce that long time EXARC member Dr Nick Dixon, Research Director of The Scottish Crannog Centre and Honorary President of The Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology has been awarded an OBE for services to underwater archaeology, public engagement and the economy of Scotland! Huge congratulations to Nick! Barrie must be equally proud!

The 2017 Colonial Williamsburg Foundation - EXARC Fellowship

The 2017 Fellowship goes to Nikola Krstović from Serbia, with his project “Museum OFF Boundaries (Reviving She/Stories & Heritage [in a] Supermarket)”. It is the process of meanings and values co-creation, and especially refers to the interpretative framework.

EXARC Journal 2017-2 online

The 2017-2 issue of the EXARC Journal is published now, with 11 articles divided over four sections. Six articles are open access (Mixed Matters), five are for EXARC Members only.

EXARC in Moscow: Times & Epochs Festival

In the first two weeks of June, 6,000 reenactors from around the world will come together in Moscow, representing different eras from Antiquity to the 20th century. “Times & Epochs.

Work on website started

We are doing a complete overhaul of our website, it will take all together several months. This may cause some smaller problems over the coming period. Some links might be temporarily broken or you may see text and images which belong elsewhere. We apologise for this slight inconvenience but it is our aim to keep the website up and running for the full period we are working on it. We hope you will be happy with the results.

Session: Archaeology and Experiment: Moving beyond the Artifacts

The 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies takes place in Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 11-14 2017 and is hosted by the Medieval Institute, College of Arts and Sciences, Western Michigan University. EXARC sponsors a session on Thursday, May 11 7:30-9:00 pm, organised and presided by Neil Peterson, Wilfrid Laurier University.

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation – EXARC Fellowship

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation – EXARC Fellowship is intended to advance the investigation and interpretation of archaeological and experimental archaeological heritage by supporting research and scholarship through a partnership between EXARC, the international organization of Archaeological Open-Air Museums (AOAM) and Experimental Archaeology, and the Colonial Williamsburg, America’s largest outdoor living history museum...

EAC10 Leiden

With 120 participants from 24 countries, we had a great time at the 10th international Conference on Experimental Archaeology #EAC10. This was the first time this conference was on the continent, in Leiden, the Netherlands, to be precise.

NEMO Publication: Money matters, the Economic Value of Museums

November 2016, the network of European Museum Organisations, NEMO, held a conference in Karlsruhe (DE). The publication of this conference has now been published as an open access download.

EXARC Digest 2017 issue 1 sent to the printer

A bit earlier than normally, due to EAC10 coming to Leiden in the second part of April, we prepared our printed Journal. It will be available at the conference, and sent to our members at the end of April. The spring 2017 Digest offers a choice of articles from EXARC Journal issues 2016/4 and 2017/1. One of the articles is The Gislinge Boat Open Source Project: An Old Boat and a New Idea...


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