The Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology is holding its annual Congress in Hull as it celebrates being UK City of Culture.
The conference forms part of the Roots and Routes season, a theme highly relevant to post-medieval and historical archaeology (1500 AD – present day).
A special offer is available to members of local archaeological societies, allowing access to the parallel sessions of papers (over 50 talks in all from speakers from UK, Europe and North America) at the Congress partners, the University of Hull, on Saturday and Sunday 1 st – 2nd April.
This is a unique opportunity to hear and meet archaeologists from many different countries who are coming specially to Hull for this event.
Local Delegates can sign up on Eventbrite at the special rate for both day sessions (inclusive of lunch, morning & afternoon refreshments) of £45 (plus Eventbrite booking fee); tickets for either Saturday or Sunday only can be purchased at £25 (plus booking fee). If Local Delegates wish to participate in the Society’s social activities then the full registration fees will have to be paid.
The full programme is available on the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology web site at http://www.spma.org.uk/events/pmac2017/
University of Hull, United Kingdom Saturday 1 April – Sunday 2 April 2017
Booking now open on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/post-medieval-archaeology-congress-2017-tickets-30776267645#tickets