17th-19th December – TAG 2010. Thinking beyond the tool: archaeological computing and the interpretative process. Bristol.

http://www.nomadit.co.uk/tag/tag2010/panels.php5?PanelID=855

Deadline 7th January – Abstract submission deadline for Oxford Conference: “The Archaeology of Recovery: Adaptive Strategies in Response to Crisis” (see below).

Deadline 21st January – Abstract submission deadline for HMS ‘Royalty, religion and rust’ (see below).

28th February 2011 – “Science & Art of Color”, at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design located in Ramat-Gan near Tel-Aviv.

http://www.edelstein-center.com/color-symposium

18th-19th March 2011 – Graduate Archaeology at Oxford Conference: “The Archaeology of Recovery: Adaptive Strategies in Response to Crisis”

 http://www.arch.ox.ac.uk/conferences/articles/751.html

11-14th April 2011 – Archéométrie 2011. University of Liège, Belgium. Organized and supported by the GMPCA and the Centre Européen d’Archéométrie.

The scope of this multidisciplinary event is to present the recent developments and advances in the field of Archeometry while favouring the interaction between senior and young researchers in a relaxed European-French speaking environment. Being the first abroad Archéométrie conference, English communications will be very welcomed, keeping French as the principal language of this meeting.

http://www.archeometrie2011.ulg.ac.be

15th-17th April 2011 – Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC). Celebrating TRAC’s 21st birthday at Newcastle University. Sessions start 2:30pm on Friday 15th and finished 1pm on Sunday 17th April. Pre-conference trip to Hadrian’s Wall departing 12 midday on the 14th April. The final session on Sunday combines a retrospective panel session deaturing delegates from the 1st TRAC and contributions by leading theorists who normally operate outside Roman studies.

http://conferences.ncl.ac.uk/TRAC2011

4th-5th June 2011 – The Historical Metallurgy Society’s Spring Meeting and AGM Royalty, Religion and Rust. Helmsley, North Yorkshire. Papers on both ferrous and non-ferrous papers welcome from any place or
period of time as long as they relate to Royalty or High Status sites/artefacts or  Ecclesiastical or Religious sites/artefacts.

http://hist-met.org/agm2011.html

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