Australian Association Of Consulting Archaeologists Inc

AACAI is an organisation
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in all fields of contract
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Conference travel subsidy scheme: Joint AAA/ASHA 2014 conference – FIFTH ANNOUNCEMENT: CONFERENCE TRAVEL SUBSIDY SCHEME AAA/ASHA 2014 Joint Conference from 1-3 December 2014. Cairns, Queensland Applications are now open for the Conference Travel Subsidy Scheme. Instructions and application forms are available at: http://australianarchaeology.com/conferences/aaa2014-conference/travel-subsidy-scheme/ The conference will offer a limited number of travel subsidies to Indigenous and student delegates. The scheme aims to encourage greater levels of Indigenous and student participation in the conference. Note that non-Indigenous people are eligible to apply on behalf of Indigenous delegates.



The third International Conference NAZARETH - Archaeology, History and Cultural heritage – The Municipality of Nazareth and The University of Haifa-­‐Department of Middle Eastern History, Nazareth, Israel. Please direct any enquiries to Dr. Sharif Sharif-­‐Safadi shareef.s@nazareth.muni.il



Quarantine: History, Heritage, Place – Sponsored by the University, of Sydney, the event takes place at the Quarantine Station, North Head, Australia. The practice of quarantine has always been grounded in contested locations. The history and heritage of quarantine stations and places of isolation the world over, remain in these landscapes as built environments and artifacts. This international conference builds from a large multidisciplinary investigation of more than 1,000 sandstone inscriptions that cover the stunning Quarantine Station in Sydney, Australia. (www.qstation.com.au). This unique site will form our venue for the conference, inspiring themes that are both local and global: mark-­making, isolation, identity, and place.



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