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EAC online volumes

EAC Online Volumes

Since 2017 the EAC publishes its symposium proceedings as an online volume and a printed publication. The online volume contains fuller papers and abstracts, while the hard copy publication (EAC Occasional Papers) consists of extended abstracts of all the presentations.

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Proceedings of the 2023 EAC Symposium

New Challenges: Archaeological Heritage Management and the Archaeology of the 18th to 20th centuries

Edited by Alex Hale and Thomas Kersting

Published as an Internet Archaeology publication

(Issue 66/ 2024, Open Access)

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Proceedings of the 2022 EAC Symposium

Archaeology and the Natural Environment

Edited by Andreas Picker

Published as an Internet Archaeology publication

(Issue 62/ 2023, Open Access)

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Proceedings of the 2021 EAC Symposium

Climate Change and Archaeology

Edited by Hannah Fluck and Kate Guest

Published as an Internet Archaeology publication

(Issue 60 / 2022, Open Access)

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Proceedings of the 2020 EAC Symposium

Archaeology and Public Benefit
Moving the Debate Forward

Edited by Sadie Watson

Published as an Internet Archaeology publication

(Issue 57 / 2021, Open Access)

Proceedings of the 2019 EAC Symposium

Archaeological Sites and Monuments in the Care of the State
Sharing Our Experiences

Edited by Chris Corlett

Published as an Internet Archaeology publication (Issue 54 / 2020, Open Access)

Proceedings of the 2018 EAC Symposium

Development-led Archaeology in Europe 
Meeting the needs of archaeologists, developers and the public

Edited by Agnes Stefánsdóttir

Published as an Internet Archaeology publication (Issue 51, Open Access)

Proceedings of the 2017 EAC Symposium

Dare to Choose 
Making Choices in Archaeological Heritage Management

Edited by Ann Degraeve

Published as an Internet Archaeology publication (Issue 49, Open Access)

Proceedings of the 2016 EAC Symposium

Digital Archaeological Heritage

Edited by Keith May

Published as an Internet Archaeology publication (Issue 43, Open Access)

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