The programme for this year’s Nordic TAG conference is finished! We look forward to seeing you all in Oslo tomorrow!
Our programme is, more or less, ready. Have a look here! The social activities still lack details, as we’ve held back on planning in case of local or national COVID-19 rules and regulations. For now, at least, all restrictions have been lifted. A draft of our programme book can be found here: Meanwhile, you can… Continue reading Conference programme
Our plan was always to have a hybrid event, to ensure that those who cannot, for whatever reason, travel domestically or across national borders could still participate in N-TAG. We had hoped that the pandemic would be less of an issue by April 2022, but, our aim was, and is, to have a low cost… Continue reading In person or digital?
The call for papers for Nordic TAG 2022 is now open! There’s a wide variety of topics covered by the proposed sessions, so there should be something for everyone. Abstracts are sent directly to the sessions organisers, who are responsible for accepting papers and deciding the running order of presentations. Your abstract should be no… Continue reading Call for papers
Nordic TAG 2022 – Invitation and call for sessions ‘What’s the use of theory?’ is the overarching theme and exploratory question of next year’s Nordic TAG conference in Oslo. In order to capture the multifaceted, ever-growing and changing field of archaeology, it is intentionally broad and open. We encourage all archaeologists, whether based in the… Continue reading Call for sessions
We are very happy to be able to announce that Þóra Pétursdóttir will hold the opening lecture for Nordic TAG 2022 and that Alfredo González-Ruibal will be our keynote speaker for the event. The titles and abstracts for their talks will be shared at a later stage.
To ensure the continuation of the biannual Nordic TAG conferences a Nordic steering committee will be elected during the conference in Oslo in 2022.