The 1999 EAA Annual Meeting in Outline

The Fifth Annual Meeting of the EAA will be spread over a total of five days: Tuesday 14th September through to Sunday 19th September 1999.

Tuesday 14th September and the morning of Wednesday 15th September will be devoted to specialist meetings of various committees, working parties, and discussion groups. If you would like to convene a meeting of a particular committee or group please contact the organizers setting out full details and expected numbers so that appriate rooms can be booked and allocated.

The main Annual Meeting will commence in the afternoon of Wednesday 15th September with a formal opening ceremony, introductory lectures by Professor Norman Hammond (Boston University, USA) and Dr Andrew Sherratt (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford), and a reception.

The academic programme occupies Thursday, Friday and Saturday with parallel sessions taking place on the University campus. Displays and exhibitions will be open from Wednesday afternoon through to Saturday lunchtime. Poster Presentations will be held on Friday afternoon which will also be a public open event for local schools and interested members of the public.

The EAA Annual Business Meeting will take place on Saturday afternoon.

On Sunday 19th September there will be organized whole-day and half-day tours to important archaeological in the area, including: Stonehenge, Avebury, Maiden Castle, a selection of Roman sites, medieval castles, historic towns, parks and gardens.

A full programme of social events is also being arranged; this will include a conference party and the now-traditional EAA Annual Dinner and Dance.

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              This page has been compiled and is maintained by Jeff Chartrand, School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University. Last Updated 9 December 1998