Archaeology and heritage are inseparable. This connection becomes most evident when examining the representations of the past in contemporary society and the social construction of archaeological knowledge and value, or when dealing with political power, cultural identity, and social equity. Archaeology and heritage are modern phenomena tightly entangled with matters of national and historical identity, even though they share different histories.
The conference welcomes paper sessions, panel debates, and workshops on theoretical, historical, philosophical, and practical takes on the entanglements of archaeology, heritage, and/or society.
For more information – have a look at the conference homepage
May 2023 – Call for sessions opens
1 August 2023 – Call for sessions closes
September 2023 – Preliminary program announced
September 2023 – Call for papers opens
1 December 2023 – Call for papers closes
December 2023 – Registration opens
January 2024 – Full program distributed
February 2024 – Registration closes
6–9 March 2024 – Conference
6 March – Keynote + reception
7-8 March – Sessions
9 March – Excursion