Until recently, in the Balkans, experimental archaeology was not considered as something that could contribute to science. For decades, this useful and fruitful branch of archaeology represents a genuine scientific discipline in a number of western and central European countries, as well as in Russia. There, for example, experiments were introduced as an inseparable part of material culture research at the famous Leningrad laboratory.
EXARC Conferences, Meetings and Workshops
The virtual world is very important for EXARC, but nothing beats meeting other members in person - people with similar professional interests and backgrounds.
EXARC regularly organises conferences offering a platform from which to present yourself and your activities / research, but also a place for more informal exchanges of experience.
Besides our own conferences, EXARC often co-hosts conferences or sessions in many different countries.