I am an American student in the MLitt in Celtic and Viking Archaeology program at the University of Glasgow. I became interested in experimental archaeology when I was 16, when I designed a flintknapping experiment as a student in school.
This is a rare opportunity to link excavation and long-term reconstruction, and a small ream of volunteers with some excavation experience are required for this collaborative project between the Dyfed Archaeological Trust and the University of Liverpool on behalf of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
It is our pleasure to announce the Call for Papers for TRACamp. This experimental archaeology workshop will be held at the Roman fort of Vindolanda (Northumberland) September 22-23, 2018. The workshop aims to support ongoing studies in Roman experimental archaeology and to promote the inclusion of experimental projects into the wider field of Roman studies.
I am currently studying my BA (Hons) Archaeology with University of Leicester via their distance learning programme. I have a widescope of interests, including Roman Europe, Viking Age, Mesoamerican, and Colonial.
EXARN (Experimental Archaeology Newcastle) is a recently established experimental archaeology research group at Newcastle University. Our aim is to bring together researchers employing EA and to encourage, aid and inform those interested in this research method, students and academics alike.