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Experimental Archaeology Conference 9

Katy Whitaker (UK)
The ninth Experimental Archaeology Conference was held over 16-18 January 2015 at University College Dublin (Ireland). A large gathering of nearly 200 delegates from more than 25 countries across the EU and the Americas was hosted by UCD School of Archaeology and the Irish National Heritage Park. Twenty papers and 26 posters were presented...

Conference "Lakes & Logboats"

Organised by: 
The Neues Museum Biel (NMB)(CH)
Event date: 
Sunday, 31 May, 2015 to Monday, 1 June, 2015
Kind of Event: 
for Professionals

Raising the roof: reconstructing timber architecture from archaeological evidence

Organised by: 
Historic Scotland
Event date: 
Wednesday, 2 September, 2015 to Saturday, 5 September, 2015
Kind of Event: 
for Professionals

Living History, Open Air Museums and the Public

Organised by: 
Helga Rösel-Mautendorfer (Mitterkirchen, AT)
Jutta Leskovar (Linz, AT)
Romana Scandolari (Molina di Ledro, IT)
Ida Demant (Lejre, DK)
Event date: 
Wednesday, 2 September, 2015 to Saturday, 5 September, 2015
Kind of Event: 
for Professionals

Mesolithic hut Torun (PL)

In the grounds of the Institute of Archaeology at the University of Torun, a mesolithic hut was (re)constructed.

Howick house (UK)

The mesolithic hut in Howick was reconstructed in situ and in another location to give visibility to this remarkable find of british prehistory.

Book Review: Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa, Bilanz 2012

Thijs Hofland (NL)
According to James Mathieu in 2002, experimental archaeology is “A subfield of archaeological research which employs a number of different methods, techniques, analyses and approaches within the context of a controllable imitative experiment to replicate past phenomena...

Experimental approaches to the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic

Organised by: 
University of Reading (Dept. of Archaeology)
The Lithic Studies Society
Event date: 
Saturday, 28 March, 2015
Kind of Event: 
for Professionals

Book Review: Performing heritage: Research, practice and innovation in museum theatre and live interpretation by Anthony Jackson and Jenny Kidd (eds)

Kirsty Sullivan (UK)
This useful text brings together recent thinking about museum theatre and the performance of heritage, offering a range of international case studies to its readers as evidence of the discipline’s usefulness in interpreting the past for visitors...

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