An archaeological networks session at the European Archaeology Association conference has become an annual thing. That makes me happy! This year, a discussion session is organised focusing on archaeological networks and social interaction.
Archaeovision were approached by East Anglian Archaeology to explore the provision of online access to their back catalogue of monographs. This would involve the construction of a repository where all past issues of EAA would be described, made searchable, and where stock is still available, provide links to buy copies. Older back issues would be scanned and made available as an open access PDF.
Trade is a massive research topic in archaeology and one of my favourites. But I am very convinced that the study of trade in archaeology in particular could benefit greatly from the use of new computational methods.
Once again ARK was on display showcasing FASTI Online, this time at the annual meeting of the European Association for Archaeologists in Pilsen, Czech Republic. FASTI was presented as part of the ARIADNE workshop on Data Management Planning and Online Resources for Archaeology.