The Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Trinity College Dublin is delighted to host this flagship three-day conference in conflict, battlefield and military archaeology. The conference aims to provide an opportunity for scholars to present, discuss and debate their research in this highly significant discipline.
The conference invites submissions of papers or posters on all aspects of conflict archaeology from all periods. Papers should be presented in English and be of 20 minutes duration (there will be a further 10 minutes for discussion and questions). Suggested topics are:
Aspects of 1916 (eg. in relation to the Easter Rising, Battle of the Somme or Siege of Kut)
Heritage Management of Battlefields and Conflict Sites
Commemoration, Memorialisation and Remembrance
Landscapes of Conflict
Experimental and Combat Archaeology
Archaeology of Maritime Conflict
Please include a short biographical profile with your proposed paper or poster. Please note: full written papers must be submitted electronically by 24 June 2016. It is intended that a peer-reviewed publication will follow the conference.
Please send abstracts (approx. 200 words), to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st January 2016. Successful proposals will be notified by 29th February 2016.