Save the Date! SEAA10 Conference, August 19-23, 2025

Key Information:

  • Publication of call for papers, posters, and sessions: September 2024
  • Registration and abstracts due: November 29, 2024
  • Conference dates: August 19-23, 2025

The 10th Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology will be held next year in Aberdeen, Scotland, UK. Please save the date and plan for your papers and visits. The conference dates are August 19-23rd, 2025.  The call for papers, posters, and sessions will open on September 2nd, 2024 and registration and abstracts, to be submitted by November 29, 2024.  Topics can cover the archaeology of East Asia and adjacent regions including Eurasia, North Asia, the Pacific and Southeast Asia as well as the East Asian diaspora worldwide. There will be concurrent sessions and plenty of space for posters. Our meeting will be hosted by the Department of Archaeology in the School of Geosciences.

The conference will take place on the historic campus of the University of Aberdeen (https://www.abdn.ac.uk), one of the ancient universities of Britain in one of the northernmost cities of the British Isles. Don’t worry, it is connected by air and train and road to the UK and Europe. We will have field trips!  This includes the Aberdeenshire archaeology mid-conference trip. After conference options will include the Asian collections in Scotland’s major museums, archaeology of the Orkney Islands, and more.  Details forthcoming in September. Are you also planning a trip to the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) meetings in Belgrade? That is 3-6 September 2025, so the SEAA will fit nicely right before.

If you have any questions please contact Dr Joshua Wright, the organiser of the conference at jwright@aberdeen.ac.uk

We are looking forward to seeing all of you in Aberdeen!

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