Institute hosts EMASS conference
9 May 2012
The Institute of Archaeology will host this year's Early Medieval Archaeology Student Symposium Conference which runs from 14-16 May 2012.
The Early Medieval Archaeology Student Symposium (EMASS) is an interactive forum run for and by graduate research students who focus on the archaeology of the Early Medieval period, roughly the period between the 4th-12th centuries AD.
EMASS aims to provide a constructive and interdisciplinary forum to facilitate discussion and debate between researchers from different institutions and specialities, in a constructive environment.
Any enquiries about the EMASS conference at the Institute may be directed to Tom Williams or Martin Locker at the dedicated conference email address.