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2024 CA-ASHA Archaeology Symposium: Archaeology Connections

27 April @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm AEST

The Canberra Archaeological Society, supported by the Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology in partnership with the National Museum of Australia, is presenting the annual CAS-ASHA Archaeology Symposium: Archaeology Connections.
Recognising connections, associations and relationships is a fundamental skill required of archaeologists, whether between physical elements of material culture (adjacent or distant), or behavioural evidence, within or across sites. Importantly, also, making connections with communities – local and/or traditional – is a requirement of modern, ethical archaeology. This very broad theme also encompasses the recognition of connections with audiences through art and archaeology, and associations between artefacts and related activities over time and space.
The public event will be held in the Peninsula Room of the NMA 9.30am-12.30pm on Saturday 27 April 2024 within the Canberra and Region Heritage Festival. The event is free, although a gold coin donation would be gratefully accepted.
Further information on the event, including speakers, abstracts, and registration can be found this flier.
Richard Morrison
ACT Representative ASHA
CAS Committee Member

Details

Date:
27 April
Time:
9:30 am - 12:30 pm AEST

Venue

Peninsula Theatre
National Museum of Australia
Canberra, ACT Australia
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