EXARC Journal Issue 2018-2 published

Days before EXARC’s meeting at Paleofestival in Italy we published the EXARC Journal 2018/2. It is online and open access. Seven articles are peer-reviewed and include themes like Aboriginal earth ovens from Australia, reconstructing a weaving loom, learning to recreate, recreating to learn, Colonial Williamsburg & deconolization, a Bronze Age longhouse model built in Germany, comparing Inca & Egyptian mummification and experimental approaches to student success. Three of these articles were presented at our EAC10 conference in Leiden, 2016.

The eight short articles, mixed matters, include book and event reviews as well as an obituary for Peter Kelterborn.

EXARC's Privacy Policy

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. In short, every organisation handling personal data in the European Union needs to be clear about what data is stored and how exactly. This includes associations like EXARC. We therefore have put a European Privacy Policy in place, which among others describes how members and delegates to EXARC activities have control on the personal data we process. This includes data from people outside the EU.


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EXARC Digest 2018 Issue 1 out

The New EXARC Journal Digest is out now and will soon be sent to all 300+ EXARC members. For this Digest we had 28 interesting articles from the two latest issues of the EXARC Journal to choose from and it was not an easy task. We included articles on the reconstruction of a Stone Age baby rattle and re-rolling a mummy as visitor experience or archaeological experiment?

As you know, the Digest is only a taster, so please go to and see how much more information there is. The full EXARC Journal is open access, as sharing information and experience is one of the main aims of EXARC.