Conferences

2019 Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland Conference

5-6 April 2019

The 2019 IAI Conference will be held in at the River Lee Hotel in Cork City, Co. Cork. This year’s conference title is Now and Again: Current and Recurring Issues Facing Irish Archaeologists. This annual event, organized by the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland will once again offer a forum for discussion and a multitude of networking opportunities. — read more

Archaeology Above & Below 2019

6-7 April 2018

This year’s Rathcroghan Conference, Ireland’s only annual community archaeology conference, once again is offering a forum for discussion between communities and individuals trying to interpret the story of the landscapes that we inhabit, and encouraging us to take another look at the history that exists all around us. — read more

2019 CSANA Conference

11-14 April 2019

The next annual conference of the Celtic Studies Association of North America will be held on the campus of Harvard University. 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

22nd Iron Age Research Student Symposium

29 May-1 June 2019

IARSS is a research-student-focused conference, designed to serve as a platform for new researchers to share their projects and collaborate with others. Undergraduates are welcome and encouraged to attend, but presentations will be reserved for postgraduates. Topics can cover anything and everything Iron Age, from anywhere in the world. The conference is organized in conjunction with Cardiff University, with two days of posters and presentations, plus a keynote on 29th May and a field trip on 1st June. — read more

Hoarding and deposition in Europe from later prehistory to the medieval period – finds in context

12-14 June 2019

The Roman Finds Group, Later Prehistoric Finds Group and Finds Research Group in collaboration with King’s College London and Instrumentum International Meetings organize this conference at King’s College (The Strand, London, WC2R 2LS) — read more

APRAB Anniversary International Conference

19-22 June 2019

The French Association pour la Promotion des Recherches sur l’Âge du Bronze (APRAB = Association for the Promotion of Research on the Bronze Age) is holding its 20th anniversary conference in Bayeux, bringing together scholars working on this period in France and other countries of western Europe. Sessions will cover different aspects of research relevant to the period, but the focus is on synthetic presentations that take stock of developments over the past twenty years. — read more

33rd Irish Conference of Medievalists

27-29 June 2019

The upcoming annual Irish Conference of Medievalists, organized by University College Cork will once again cover a broad variety of subjects relevant to medieval studies, including history, archaeology, literature, linguistics, art history, theology and philosophy, showcasing the latest research and bringing together speakers from Ireland and abroad. — read more

2019 International Medieval Congress

1-4 July 2019

The next International Medieval Congress will be organized, as ususal on an annual basis, by the Institute for Medieval Studies at Leeds University. This year's special thematic strand will be on 'Materialities'. — read more

15th International Congress of Celtic Studies

22-26 July 2019

The quadrennial International Congress of Celtic Studies is the foremost international gathering of scholars researching the languages, literatures and cultural traditions of the Celtic-speaking peoples. The 2019 congress will be held at Bangor Universityread more

13th International Conference on Archaeological Prospection

4-8 September 2019

The ICAP 2019 conference will be hosted by the School of Science at the Institute of Technology Sligo, co-organized with the International Society for Archaeological Prospection. — read more

3rd Lublin Celtic Colloquium

19-20 September 2019

This year, the biennial Lublin Celtic Colloquium, organized by the Department of Celtic Philology at the John Paul II Catholic University Lublin, focuses on the topic of Changing Perspectives in Celtic Studies. — read more

Crafting Identities: making and using objects in the Bronze and Iron Ages

26 October 2019

A conference organized by the Later Prehistoric Finds Group and Roman Finds Group and hosted by the National Museum of Scotlandread more

Bronze Age Forum

8-10 November 2019

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

Where are you going? Reconsidering migrations in the Metal Ages

9-10 November 2019

The next annual conference organized by the Metal Ages in Europe Commission of the UISPP (International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences) is dedicated to the subject of population movements from the Chalcolithic to the Iron Age. The event will be hosted by the School of History, Classics & Archaeolology at the University of Edinburgh — read more