This conference will explore key themes which can broaden our horizons and improve connections between all parts of society interested in woodland history, including:
– What an interdisciplinary understanding of past wooded landscapes can offer to the wider fields of archaeology and history
– The challenges of collaborative research across disciplines and different spatial scales
– How community-based landscape archaeology projects investigate woodlands: their methods, contributions and potential
– Open source technologies for community and individual research
The organising team welcomes the submission of papers and posters for presentation at the conference, particularly those discussing the key themes.
Please send titles and abstracts for a 20 min paper (Word format, max 250 words) to email@example.com. Please include the full title of the presentation, the full names and affiliations of all contributing authors, and a contact email address.
Deadline for paper presentations – 1 August 2018
Deadline for posters – 16 October 2018
The preferred format for posters is A0 portrait, but if you would like to propose material in a different format, please email the conference organisers.