EXARC (www.exarc.net) and University of Trento (www.unitn.it) are pleased to announce the 11th Experimental Archaeology Conference (#EAC11), which will be held in University of Trento, Italy, on the 2-4 May 2019.
The 2nd Call for papers is open now.
Send your abstracts for papers and posters to firstname.lastname@example.org before 15 January 2019. We aim to publish proceedings following on the conference. Abstracts should be maximum 200 words and in MSWord or similar format. The jury will only accept one abstract, either paper or poster, per person. Papers will take about 20 minutes, posters are presented on stage in 5 minutes. https://exarc.net/meetings/eac11/call-papers
Experimental archaeology encompasses controlled scientific experiments, as well as a vast array of ancient crafts, living history groups and educational activities for example in open-air museums. When results are related back to the archaeological record, the value of Experimental Archaeology is evident, as the information gained would be impossible to obtain from solely examining original artefacts.