From Craft to Science: EMAC '09
London, UK, 10-13 September 2009
Clore Education Centre, The British Museum
Co-organised by the British Museum and the UCL Institute of Archaeology
The UCL Institute of Archaeology and the British Museum are proud to organise the tenth anniversary European Meeting on Ancient Ceramics (EMAC). The main focus of EMAC is the scientific study and archaeological interpretation of ancient ceramics. Bringing together established scholars and young researchers from a wide range of academic backgrounds, EMAC stimulates an international and cross faculty exchange of ideas and approaches.
The tenth EMAC will keep the traditional themes that give it its special flavour. In addition, we are incorporating some innovations such as a special session "From Craft to Science" and a more explicitly worldwide coverage (including non-European topics and researchers). International keynote speakers include Ian Freestone, Clive Orton, Hector Neff and Venetia Porter.
EMAC took place at the British Museum from the 10th to the 13th of
September 2009. Over a hundred specialists from across the world
presented and discussed the latest research in the scientific study and
archaeological interpretation of ancient ceramics.
We will publish a collection of the papers presented, subject to peer-review. Please click here for details of the publication and a guide for contributors. Note that the deadline for submission of manuscripts is 31st December 2009.
If you would like to download the conference book of abstracts, please click here
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