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EERIAC 2021 – First post-lockdown physical IA Conference announced

Saturday 3rd of July 2021 The Pye Building, Cambridge Museum of Technology, Cheddars Lane, Cambridge CB5 8LD Programme: 9.00 a.m Registration, Tea & Coffee, Set up Displays, (request space on

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East-West Workshop on Industrial Archaeology

Saturday 8th May 2021 10:30 – 12:30 online The 1st East-West Workshop on Industrial Archaeology aims to exchange ideas and knowledge among Western and Eastern colleagues to build a more

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AIA Annual Conference 2021 to be virtual – update

The planned location for the Conference ( Hope University, Liverpool ) has cancelled all events until at least the end of August, which of course includes our conference. In place

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How to get Published and Make an Impact

Find out how to get published and make an impact in your field with Taylor & Francis and the Editors of Industrial Archaeology Review 23rd April 2021 19:00 About this

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BIAG, GLIAS, & WIAS publish virtual programmes for 2021

Berkshire Industrial Archaeology Group Greater London Industrial Archaeology Society Warwickshire Industrial Archaeology Society have all published programmes of virtual meetings for 2021. Details can be found in the Events Diary

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Finding a speaker for your next virtual meeting

For a large part of this year, and especially now, many of our Affiliated Societies have been unable to hold face to face events in the way they always have.

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Young Members Board reaches out on social media

In December the newly-established AIA Young Members Board launched its dedicated social media accounts. The aim of these is to engage and disseminate the board’s activities with a younger demographic

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AIA announces new Community Engagement Award

This new award promotes Community Engagement with Industrial Archaeology projects The award is given to projects anywhere in the world and nominations can be made by anyone, including those who

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Affiliated Societies and Covid-19 – Cambridge IAS publishes Autumn programme

Cambridge Industrial Archaeology Society leads the way In March this year many of our Affiliated Societies decided, quite reasonably, that they were unable to run their usual style of events

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Your archaeological site could be on the telly!

The AIA has been contacted by ‘Rare Television’ the production company behind the BBC TV series ‘Digging for Britain’ They are looking for ‘current and upcoming archaeological excavations that could