Two members of EXARC joined a project application by the name “Play: Participative Learning in Archaeology for Youth”. Csiki Pihenőkert from Hungary and the State Cultural Reserve of Kernavė from Lithuania. The Lead Partner in the Project call “Creative Europe 2018” is Cooperativa Archeologia from Italy. The two EXARC Members will cooperate with the Agence de Mise en Valeur du Patrimoine et de Promotion Culturelle (AMVPPC) of Tunisia and the Archaeological sites of Valley of the Temples, Agrigento and Giardini Luzzati, Genova (Italy). EXARC will be one of the Associated Partners.
EXARC and Trento University are pleased to announce the 1st call for papers for the 11th Experimental Archaeology Conference (#EAC11), which will be held in Trento, Italy, on the 2-4 May 2019.
#EAC11 venue is the Humanities Department of Trento University for the first two days, with excursions on the final day.
1st Call for Papers
Send your abstracts for papers and posters to email@example.com before 1 October 2018. We aim to publish proceedings following on the conference.
With the new EXARC website gone online, we also published our first Journal of 2018. We are happy to share 20 articles with you. This Issue includes articles on bronze patination, building a watchtower, re-rolling a mummy, taking vacation in the past, a rattle with animal teeth, prehistoric dances, Iberian pottery and Roman woodworking tools. Most of the Peer-Reviewed articles are from the EAC10 Conference in Leiden 2017.
We created a new Themed Collections with Proceedings of the EAC10 and will add more articles in the near future. We also started a new Theme with EXAR Proceedings, featuring two of the reviews in the 2018-1 Mixed Matters section.