29th EAA Annual Meeting in Belfast, Northern Ireland
The 28th annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists takes place in Belfast, Northern Ireland - and is fully hybrid.
The event is organised by the Department of Archaeology & Palaeoecology in the School of Natural and Built Environment at Queen’s University Belfast, working in conjunction with Visit Belfast, Tourism Northern Ireland and Belfast City Council, with support provided by a range of partners from across the island of Ireland.
The main venue of the Annual Meeting is located in the city’s Queen’s Quarter, in and around the historic Lanyon Building of Queen’s University Belfast.
There are many sessions on different topics including bioarchaeology and physical anthropology.
1 March 2023 Call for volunteers ends
9 March 2023 Call for grants opens
12 April 2023 Call for grants ends
27 April 2023 Deadline for presenters to pay fees
30 Aug - 2 Sep 2023 Annual Meeting