How to get a Postdoc.
28 May 2020 – ONLINE!
This course will be organized with the aim to offer PhD students information about what you can expect from a postdoc position and how to (successfully) apply for one. Read more >>
Pottery: from drawing to digital 3D model.
This skills course is now also available online! Read more >>
Data management for Archaeologists (PhD workshop).
8 May 2020 – ONLINE! + online database tutorial
During this course, you will learn the principles of database design, management, and analysis for archaeological data sets. Read more >>
Cultural Interactions in the Ancient World (CIAW)- Plenary Meeting
1 May 2020 – ONLINE!
After all the cancellations of events due to the coronavirus, we are pleased to announce that the CIAW Annual Meeting on 1 May will not be cancelled, but has decided to move online! Read more>>
Online QGIS Course
Good news! You can now take the ARCHON QGIS course online. You get 1 EC for taking the course and making a report as the assignment. Read more>>
Online ArcGIS Course
You can now take the ARCHON ArcGIS course online. You get 1 EC for taking the course and handing in a report. Read more>>
Let’s Talk about Gender, Baby: rethinking Gender archaeology and new approaches
7 October 2020
During this event we’ll be discussing known and new theoretical approaches in Gender archaeology, such as post-colonialism, queer theory, and critic of the hegemonic masculinity. Read more >>
CRASIS annual meeting and Masterclass
The CRASIS annual meeting & masterclass will unfortunately not take place on 13&14 February. It will be postponed to a yet unknown date. Read more >>
SCAPECON 2020: Breaking boundaries: negotiating change in the Aegean Bronze Age. This third installment of the no(e)scape-conference series returns to discuss relational archaeology in the Aegean Bronze Age. Read More >>
DAWN – Digital Archaeology Workshops Netherlands
A day of free workshops! The sessions are aimed at beginner level and open to anyone with an interest in Digital Archaeology, including students, university staff and commercial archaeologists. Read more >>
ISOTOPIA: the potentials & limitations of isotope analyses in Archaeology
As two-day event about the current ‘state of the art’ of isotope analyses and their application to the study of the past. Read more >>
The Impact of Rome in the East – Examining Change & Continuity through the Lens of the Dead
Between Hellenization, Romanization and the impact of colonization, how did the different regions of the Greek East experience the Roman world? The series of lectures presented at this workshop aim to shed light on the recent research from the region and to … Read more>>
The aim of DUSANE is to bring together different researchers who work on different regions and specializations within Near Eastern Archaeology. Therefore, during this symposium Professors, students and PhD’s can present their latest research related to the ancient Near East. Read more >>
Workshop ‘How to get a Postdoc’
28 May 2020
Following up on the How to become a PhD workshop, we will also give a workshop especially for PhD students to guide them in the process of obtaining a postdoc position! Read more >>
SOJA 15th edition – (Symposium Onderzoek Jonge Archeologen)
18 September 2020.
SOJA is a conference, where (Research-)Masterstudents, PhD’s and recent graduates are able to present their own archaeological research. The symposium also presents a great chance to expand your network among your peers. Read more>>