Nearch partners Krijn Boom (Leiden University), Rocío Valera-Pousa and David Barreiro (Institute of Heritage Sciences, Spanish National Research Council) have proposed a session for the upcoming EAA conference in Glasgow in September 2015. The proposal has been admitted and the call for paper submissions has been opened and will last until the 16th of February 2015.
For this session, they are looking for contributions which cover the ‘sustainability of archaeological practices’, through implementation, evaluation and measurement of both economic and social aspects into and of archaeological heritage management.
Submit a porposal HERE.
This session is proposed under the NEARCH theme D: Innovating.