Sessions and Activities

See below for the full list of TAG Deva sessions and activities.

Please contact session organisers with proposals for talks/contributions with titles and abstracts of no more than 150 words by 1st September 2018.

(Note: ‘Applying Theory’ and ‘TAG-a-Trowel’ are exhibitions and not part of the open Call for Papers, although ‘TAG-a-Trowel’ is looking for your trowels and other archaeological equipment as part of their project)


Applying Theory: An Archaeopoetic Installation

Archaeological Movements in Theory and Practice

Archaeology for Change

Beasts, Birds and Other Fauna: Animals and Their Meaning in the Early Middle Ages

“Britain has had enough of Experts”

Burials, Bones and Behaviour: Integrated Approaches to Mortuary Archaeology

Comics, Community and the Past

Connected Archaeology: Thinking the Discipline in the 21st Century

Creative Frontiers

Crossing Borders: Approaching Liminal Landscapes

Curating the Dead: Manipulating the Body and its Memory

Death and Archaeologists: A Conversation of Reciprocity.

Developing Models of Long-Distance Interaction: Migration and Other Processes

Feminist Archaeologies: Intersectionality, Interpretation, Inclusivity

Fighting for our Finds from Discovery to Display

Flat Ontologies or a Disney Approach? Debating Non-human ‘Agency’

Haunt This Place: Fantasy, Archaeology, and the Ghosts of the Land

Integrating Theory and Science in Archaeology

‘In the Mix’: Recalibrating Music, Heritage and Place

Is Culture-History Alive and Kicking?

Landscape Archaeology, Deep Time and (Fieldwork in) the Anthropocene

Location, Location, Location: Constructing Frontier Identity

LOREN IPSUM: Where did the Positivist Turn get Lost?

(Not) The Final Frontier: Charting New Courses for Frontiers Theory

Opening Pandora’s Box: Europe and its Colonial Ruins

Post-Conflict Archaeology Ethics and Values

Practising Creativity: Experimentation, Mistakes and Successes in Art-Archaeology

Public Heritage: Negotiating Best Practice

Relational Approaches to Past Hunter-Gatherer Worlds

Rethinking Transitions

#SilentNightScience. Discussing the Marginalisation of Diverse Voices in Archaeological Research

Steaming Plant or Steam Punk? Researching Industrial Archaeology and Heritage in the 21st Century

TAG-a-Trowel

The Creation, Contestation and Transformation of Landscape

Theorising Archaeologies of Religion

Types and Typlessness: (Ir-)Regularity in Creative Action and Things’ Becoming

Queer Frontier: LGBTQ research and experiences in archaeology

Vitrified Vikings?


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