The article linked in the post featured below is mine, the product of minute-taking at the roundtables in January. Next time we’re hoping to get more attendees, from a more diverse background. We were lucky to get a number of contributors from Experimental Archaeology Associations in Europe, but only a few contributors from Universities, and these were predominantly UK-based.

Experimental Archaeology Conference

A summary of the roundtable discussions undertaken at the beginning of the 9th Experimental Archaeology Conference can now be found online on Exarc Journal’s website, or in their Exarc Journal Digest (2015/1).

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