In 2014, our annual archaeology conference will return to the University of London’s Senate House. We will be hearing from the foremost archaeological experts on the latest astonishing finds and ground-breaking research, with sessions taking place on 28th Feb-1st Mar 2014 (Friday/Saturday). More details will be released closer to the time, but it’s already shaping [...]
We would like to invite anyone attending Current Archaeology Live 2013 to join us at a special Editor-in-Chief’s dinner after the conference on Friday 1st March. The meal will take place directly after the evening reception, at the Goodge Street branch of Spaghetti House at 8:30pm, and will be attended by our founder and [...]
This year at the conference we held an Archaeology Fair, where we brought together, in one bustling marketplace, a varied group of people whose businesses will be of interest to our subscribers and delegates to the conference. Dedicated booksellers, archaeology tour specialists, and companies working within the technical field of archaeology were all there. We hope you enjoyed what [...]
1-2 March 2013 – Click here for full details, and to purchase tickets
Current Archaeology Live! 2012 was held on 2-3 March, at Senate House in London. For the full session schedule, click here. Current Archaeology Awards The winners of the Current Archaeology Awards 2012 were announced at the conference evening reception on Friday 2 March. The categories were: Archaeologist of the Year 2012 Book of [...]
Current Archaeology would like to thank all those who attended, contributed to, or otherwise aided, this year’s Archaeology LIVE! at the British Museum, making it yet another great success. Since its inception, the conference has to gone from strength to strength, and we look forward to building on this again next year!
26 – 28 February, 2010 at the British Museum Archaeology 2010 brought you all the latest news and views from the archaeological world in a two day conference at the British Museum. It was an amazing line-up including some of the very best speakers working in British archaeology. TICKETS ALL SOLD OUT!!
Establishing a tradition, this year’s Archaeology Festival provided a venue for lively debate, scenic tours and seasonal snow. A tough act to follow!