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Post-Medieval Archaeology Congress 2019

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James Watt Building South

University of Glasgow

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G12 8QQ

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The fourth annual Post-Medieval Archaeology Congress will be held at the University of Glasgow in March 2019. Glasgow plays host some of the most impressive post-medieval and later-historical architecture in the world, and has a long industrial history. The venue for the congress will be the University of Glasgow, founded in 1451 and one of Scotland’s four ancient universities. Research on post-medieval and historical archaeology from around the world has been showcased at previous Congresses, demonstrating the breadth of interest and knowledge in our field from researchers at all stages of their career, whether academics, students, commercial, or community archaeologists.

Tickets include lunches, refreshments, and a drinks reception on Friday evening, and Eventbrite booking fees are absorbed into the ticket price. There are also two option tours; a walking tour of Art Nouveau Glasgow at 3pm - 5pm on Friday 22 March, and a tour of Cultybraggan PoW Camp and other sites of interest on Monday 25 March. Reduced registration fees also apply to members of Glasgow's local archaeology and history societies.

The congress programme is available on the SPMA website.

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