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Archaeological Research in Progress Conference 2021

May 29

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For this year’s ARP conference, the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and Archaeology Scotland are proud to present 13 recorded talks covering several different aspects of Scottish archaeology. From cutting-edge fieldwork in Shetland to community archaeology and volunteering in Dumfries & Galloway and more.

Each of the recorded talks will be available to watch on our YouTube channel in advance of this event (we will add the link to each talk below as they go live on our YouTube channel). You will then have the chance to ask questions of the speakers in two moderated panel sessions at an online live Q&A on Saturday 29 May.

Click below to register for this event (all our event times are presented in GMT/UK time):

ARP 2021 Live Q&A Registration

The Panels

The Panels

This online event will be held as a Zoom webinar. You will have the opportunity to type questions into the Q&A box, which the moderator will then forward to the speakers.

Session 1: Museums, Archives and More (14:00pm-15:00pm)

Abercromby Emeritus Professor Ian Ralston, President of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, in the Chair

15 MINUTE BREAK

Session 2: Community-Led Archaeology (15:15pm-16:15pm)

Dr Alison Sheridan, Vice-President of Archaeology Scotland in the Chair

House Rules

We aim for our events to be safe and harassment-free and the Society has a zero-tolerance policy on harassment and bullying.

The Society expects all attendees to act with respect to one-another during this event and anyone making comments which we believe to be inappropriate (e.g. offensive, misleading, spam) or abusive will be removed from the event immediately.

To report any abuse you think we missed, please contact the Director of the Society, Dr Simon Gilmour (director@socantscot.org)

Details

Date:
May 29
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