Thank you to everyone who took part in and helped to organise the 2019 IMAA workshop. The blog has now been updated with some photos from the weekend and with the abstracts of the excellent oral and poster presentations.
As promised, here are a couple of links that were mentioned during the weekend:
The digital model of the recreation of Glastonbury Lake Village by South West Heritage Trust.
Details of the 3D Pollen Project led by UoR PhD researcher, Oliver Wilson.
Thank you again to the School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science for supporting the event and to our additional sponsors:
The workshop will take place in the School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science on the Whiteknights Campus. Please find travel advice on the university website. For those people driving to campus, no permit is needed for the weekend. The nearest car-park is Car-Park 8 (see campus map). https://www.reading.ac.uk/about/visit-us.aspx
Registration will take place in the Atrium of the Archaeology building (number 74 on the campus map). Oral presentations will take place in the Sorby Room, Wager Building (number 5 on the campus map). The microscopy sessions will take place in G08, Allen Lab (number 48 on the campus map). http://www.reading.ac.uk/web/files/maps/whiteknights-campus-map.pdf
The meal on Saturday evening will take place at the Sizzling Spice (Bangladeshi and Indian Cuisine), which is next to campus. Those participants who expressed an interest in coming to the meal will be emailed separately about these arrangements. Please let us know if you are no longer able to come to the meal.