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Glasgow 2014

IfA2014

The 2014 conference has now passed, and was a great success! Our next conference will be in Cardiff from 15 - 17 April 2015. To find out about that, go the 2015 conference webpages following the link below.

Conference 2015 - Future of your profession

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Conference theme

The theme for the 2014 conference is Research in practice. Our conference theme will examine the concept of research across current archaeological practice, as well as highlighting how archaeologists contribute new knowledge to a wider understanding of the human past. The conference hopes to question how research practice has developed and to face the challenges often posed to heritage professionals regarding value, quality, dissemination and accessibility.

You can find out more at www.archaeologists.net/conference/2014theme

Dates and times

Wednesday 9 April to Friday 11 April

Our opening address will begin at 11am on Wednesday 9 April, and sessions will close at 4pm on Friday.

Day sessions usually start at 09:30 and run to 17:00, with a morning and afternoon tea break and lunch provided.

The conference timetable can be found here.

Venue

Our hosts for the 2014 conference are Marriott Glasgow (500 Argyle Street, Glasgow, Scotland G3 8RR). Situated in the heart of Glasgow, near to local amenities and travel links, the hotel will provide an excellent venue for our day programme.

You can find out more information about the conference venue here: www.archaeologists.net/conference2014/venue

IfA2014 Sponsors

Sponsorship and displays

We are very pleased to say that our principal sponsors this year are Historic Scotland, alongside continued support from regular co-sponsors Towergate Insurance.

The IfA conference is an ideal opportunity for you to advertise your business and services, so if you are interested in getting your message across to our delegates and members, please follow the link below to find out more…

Chartered Institute for Archaeologists
Miller Building, University of Reading
Reading, Berkshire RG6 6AB

0118 378 6446
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