2017 Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland Conference

31 March-1 April 2017

The 2017 IAI Conference will be held in at the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel in Dublin. This year’s conference features themed sessions exploring Community Archaeology, Prehistoric Archaeology and Historical and Contemporary Archaeology. Once again, this annual event, organized by the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland will offer a forum for discussion and a multitude of networking opportunities. — read more

Rathcroghan Conference

8-9 April 2017

This year’s Rathcroghan Conference once again will discuss archaeological theories and knowledge, and under the title "Archaeology Above & Below" is encouraging community groups and individuals alike to take another look at the history that exists all around us. — read more

2017 CSANA Conference

27-30 April 2017

The next annual conference of the Celtic Studies Association of North America is being organized in partnership with the Vancouver Welsh Society at the Cambrian Hall in Vancouver, British Columbia. The conference provides a forum for presenting research on any aspect of the language, literature, history, folklore and culture of the Celtic peoples (from any period) — read more

20th Iron Age Research Student Symposium

31 May-2 June 2017

IARSS is an annual research-student focused conference, designed to serve as a platform for new researchers to share their projects and collaborate with others. This year the conference is hosted by the University of Bradfordread more

The Atlas of Hillforts of Britain and Ireland: results, implications and wider contexts

23-25 June 2017

This weekend conference, hosted by the School of History, Classics & Archaeology at Edinburgh University, will provide an opportunity to explore some of the results of the AHRC-funded 'Atlas of Hillforts of Britain and Ireland' project and to set these into wider contexts. — read more

31st Irish Conference of Medievalists

29 June-1 July 2017

The upcoming annual Irish Conference of Medievalists will once again cover a broad variety of subjects relevant to medieval studies, including history, archaeology, literature, linguistics, art history, theology and philosophy, and will be organized by the National University of Ireland, Maynoothread more

International Medieval Congress

3-6 July 2017

The next International Medieval Congress will be organized, as ususal on an annual basis, by the Institute for Medieval Studies at Leeds University — read more

2nd European Symposium in Celtic Studies

31 July-3 August 2017

This symposium, organized by the School of History and Archaeology at Bangor University aims to bring together scholars from all sub-disciplines of Celtic Studies, dealing with the languages, literature, culture, history, archaeology, music, religion and many other aspects of the wider Celtic world — read more

37th Annual Harvard Celtic Colloquium

6-8 October 2017

As ususal, this year's Harvard Celtic Colloquium, hosted by Harvard University's Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures, welcomes paper proposals dealing with any aspect of the Celtic languages, their literatures and their cultures in any period, including papers with an interdisciplinary or theoretical perspective — read more

Bronze Age Forum

10-11 November 2017

The next session of the biennial Bronze Age Forum will be hosted by the Department of Archaeology at University College Cork — read more

DIAS Scoil an Léinn Cheiltigh Tionól 2017

17-18 November 2017

This year's annual Tionól is organized once again as usual by the School of Celtic Studies at the Dublin Insitute of Advanced Studies — read more

XVIII UISPP World Congress

3-9 June 2018

The International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences' next Word Congress will be held in Paris, with a thematic focus on "Adaptation and sustainability of prehistoric and protohistoric societies confronted by climate change", but at the same time also covering a broad range of other subjects from world archaology — read more