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CHAMPMilCHAG

CHAMP

Cultural Heritage by Archaeology & Military Panel

Military Cultural Heritage Advisory Group

MilCHAG

Events

Events of CHAMP and MilCHAG Members and Other Organizations

Events include conferences, working groups, academic symposia, and lectures that are open to both military and civilians. Forthcoming events logistics should include dates, places, times, contact information, descriptions, website links, maps, etc.


AIA/SCS Annual Meeting

The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) and Society for Classical Studies (SCS) are holding their Annual Meeting convention in Washington, D.C. on Jan 2 – 5, 2020. Early registration ends on Nov 8. The hotel registration discounts will end on Dec 8. Attendees can register for the whole convention or just one day. Come talk… Read More

Respect and Protect: fulfilling the obligation to safeguard cultural property in the military context

Aimed at the archaeological, wider academic and interested lay communities, this day conference will be a chance to hear from those directly involved in this field and discuss the issues and challenges faced. https://www.sal.org.uk/events/2019/11/respect-and-protect/  

Cultural Heritage Workshop at AIA Annual Meeting, JAN 2019, San Diego, CA

2019 AIA ANNUAL MEETING San Diego, California Saturday, 5 JAN TITLE: Current Events and Heritage Protection: Efforts to Protect Culture at Risk MODERATOR: Brian I. Daniels, University of Pennsylvania Museum SPEAKERS: Dr. C. Brian Rose, University Museum of Pennsylvania; Dr. Sarah Parcak, University of Alabama; Dr. Laurie Rush, US Army Cultural Heritage Manager; Dr. Elizabeth… Read More

Society of American Archaeology Annual Meeting

The Society of American Archaeology (SAA) will hold its Annual Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico on April 10-14, 2019. Advance conference registration is available until Mar 12; registration for sightseeing excursions is ongoing until Mar 8. This conference is similar to the AIA Annual Meeting, but focuses on North, Central, and South American archaeology.

Lecture: Saving the Past for the People: A Critique of the “Universal” Heritage Model with Stephennie Mulder, Washington, DC