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Annual meeting 2024
The 25th EAC Annual Meeting will take place at the Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels, Belgium, 21-23 March 2024. Join us to celebrate our 25th anniversary!

Heritage Management Symposium

The 25th EAC Heritage Symposium will be held on 21-23 March 2024. The theme is 'Urban Archaeology and the Cities of Tomorrow’.

The symposium will be followed by an excursion on 24 March 2023. Further details will be issued soon.

 

The event is hosted by Urban.Brussels and is organized within the framework of the Belgian presidency of the Council of the European Union during the first semester of 2024.  The scientific coordinators are Dr Jeroen Bouwmeester (Senior Archaeologist, Cultural Heritage Agency, The Netherlands) and Dr Koen De Groote (Heritage Researcher in Archaeology, Flanders Heritage Agency, Belgium).

The Symposium is open to all EAC members and interested colleagues. It is free of charge to attend but participants must register as numbers are limited.

The Concept Note and Call for Papers has now been issued, and you can find it here:

The Call for Papers includes a link for submitting a proposal for the symposium.

 

Enquiries about the Heritage Management Symposium should be sent to info@e-a-c.org
 

General Assembly and Consilium

The EAC General Assembly and Consilium will take place on Thursday 21 March (10am) 2024. Representatives from all EAC member organisations and invited observers are welcome to join us for the General Assembly, at which the EAC will celebrate its 25th anniversary.

 

Enquiries about the General Assembly should be sent to the EAC Assistant.

Key dates & info

  • 16 October 2023 Call for Papers now open

  • 7 November 2023 Registration now open

  • 15 December 2023 Call for Papers closes

  • 6 February 2024 Registration closes

  • 21-23 March 2024 Annual Meeting

Venue – Royal Library of Belgium [KBR]

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The Royal Library of Belgium is the national scientific library. It collects all Belgian publications and preserves, manages and studies an extensive cultural and historical heritage. It provides the public with access to information and facilitates research.

 

The Library also offers a broad cultural experience, hosting exhibitions, concerts, tours and events. The KBR Museum is home to the Library of the Dukes of Burgundy, and contains masterpieces from Europe's medieval cultural past.

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Hosts – Urban.brussels

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Urban.brussels is the Brussels Capital Region’s Administration for urban planning and heritage. It is responsible for managing renovation grants, implementing regional policy on urban planning, implementing regional policy on the conservation of moveable and immovable heritage and implementing regional policy on archaeological heritage. It also manages operational programmes such as the Neighbourhood Contracts / Sustainable Neighbourhoods and the Urban Policy.

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Images © Brussels Museums [left] and  Stijn Bollaert Urban.brussels [right]

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