EAA Annual Meeting 2023: Call for Sessions now open!

The call for session for the 29th EAA Annual Meeting from 30th August to 2nd September 2023 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is now open until 10th November 2022. More information can be found at the conference website.

AGE sessions at the 28th EAA Annual Meeting 31 August - 3 September 2022

AGE was present with 5 sessions on different gender topic at the 28th EAA Annual Meeting from 31th August to 3rd September 2022. The Annual Meeting took place in Budapest, Hungary. Please watch the conference website for more information! Please note that the times given below are in local CET time.

  • Session no. 142 Gender Archaeology at the Crossroads: The Future and Its Challenges: Friday, 2nd September, 8:30 - 13:00, Venue GÓLYAVÁR PÁZMÁNY PÉTER
  • Session no. 210 Digging Women: Use and Misuse of Ancient Women as Role Models in Archaeological Research and Dissemination: Saturday, 3rd September, 14:00 - 18:30, Venue C 172
  • Session no. 285 Gender Dynamics at the Dawn of the Classical World: An Indigenous Perspective: Thursday, 1st September, 8:30 - 13:00, Venue B242
  • Session no. 384 Women’s Status and Agency in the Neolithic and Metal Ages of Central Europe: Thursday, 1st September, 8:30 - 13:00, Venue Main 112
  • Session no. 392 The Anti-HABI Toolkit: Practical Solutions and Measures for Preventing and Addressing Harassment, Assault, Bullying and Intimidation in Archaeology: Thursday, 1st September, 16:30 - 18:30, Venue R E253

AGE community annual meeting

The AGE community annual meeting at the 28t EAA Annual Meeting took place at Wednesday, 31st August, 14:00 - 16:00. A zoom link for the hybrid meeting was sent to all AGE members by e-mail; the location of the meeting onsite was at Main Building ground floor 26.

AGE session Beautiful bodies published!

The book Beautiful Bodies: Gender and Corporeal Aesthetics in the Past edited by Uroš Matić (Austrian Archaeological Institute) has been published by Oxbow Books, Oxford. It is based on the AGE session titled ´Beautiful bodies: Gender, bodily care and material culture in the past´ organized by Uroš Matić (then University of Münster) and Sanja Vučetić (then University College London) at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists in Maastricht (30th August-3rd September 2017). The book is available via Oxbow Books. Parts of the book are also available over Google Books.

The EAA 2020 statement on Archaeology and Gender

AGE members were writing the EAA 2020 statement on Archaeology and Gender, which was adopted by the EAA and presented to the EAA members during the Annual Membership Business Meeting for the 26th Virtual Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists. The full statement can be found at the EAA website, and can be downloaded from there as PDF.

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