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.
We permit delegates to deliver no more than 2 presentations on different subjects (2 in-person talks or 1 in-person, 1 digital presentation/poster).
(Note: ‘Applying Theory’ and ‘TAG-a-Trowel’ are exhibitions and not part of the open Call for Papers)
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
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
#SilentNightScience. Discussing the Marginalisation of Diverse Voices in Archaeological Research
Steaming Plant or Steam Punk? Researching Industrial Archaeology and Heritage in the 21st Century
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