We are looking for people to bring posters to the conference!
There will be a great space for displaying your latest research – perfect for meeting people, making connections and showing off your good work. If you are studying any aspect of woodland history, particularly if there is overlap with the key themes of the conference, please do get in touch!
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.
Deadline for posters – 16 October 2018
(please note the deadline for the submission of papers has now passed)
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