Nordic TAG is a sibling conference to UK-TAG, and the younger US-TAG. Between 1985 and 2015, different Nordic cities hosted 15 meetings. There have been several longer pauses between conferences, but the 7-year hiatus since the last meeting was held in Copenhagen is the longest as of yet.

The aim was to promote a common debate and discussion of issues in theoretical archaeology in the Nordic countries, particularly among young researchers in archaeology

Anna Severine Beck (Arkæologisk forum, nr. 41, 14 2019)

Missing an informal, friendly, yet challenging venue for Nordic archaeologists to come together, a small group of researchers based in Oslo decided to revive Nordic TAG.

1985I Nordic TAGElsinoreDenmark
1987II Nordic TAGUmeåSweden
1990III Nordic TAGBergenNorway
1992IV Nordic TAGHelsinkiFinland
1997V Nordic TAGGöteborgSweden
2001VI Nordic TAGOsloNorway
2003VII Nordic TAGUppsalaSweden
2005VII Nordic TAGLundSweden
2007IX Nordic TAGAarhusDenmark
2009X Nordic TAGStiklestadNorway
2011XI Nordic TAGKalmarSweden
2012XII Nordic TAGOuluFinland
2013XIII Nordic TAGReykjavíkIceland
2014XIV Nordic TAGStockholmSweden
2015XV Nordic TAGCopenhagenDenmark
2022XVI Nordic TAGOsloNorway
Nordic TAG meetings, edited after Arkæologisk Forum nr. 41, 14, 2019.