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Postcards from the Middle: A Review of IPrA 2015 (Antwerp)

‘I’m not a linguist, I’m a musicologist.’

So why did you come to this conference?’

A question I heard many times this last week. The short answer: to talk about multimodality in research communication. 367 more words

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Conference review: the British Society for the History of Science, Swansea University, 2-5 July 2015

By Adrian James Kirwan

The conference was, as usual, a highly enjoyable mix of academic sessions, roundtables and keynotes; with a bit of time reserved for some socialising. 758 more words

British History

Summary of the Roundtables at the 9th Conference 2015

A summary of the roundtable discussions undertaken at the beginning of the 9th Experimental Archaeology Conference can now be found online on Exarc Journal’s website… 6 more words

9th Conference Dublin

Review of the 9th Experimental Archaoelogy Conference

A review of the conference by Katy Whitaker has been published in Exarc Journal. You can find this online on the Exarc website, or in the most recent Exarc Journal Digest sent to Exarc members (2015/1).

9th Conference Dublin

On the Cutting Edge of DR – A Reflection on the 2015 BCAMI Symposium

Julie Daum offers her observations of the 2015 BC Arbitration and Mediation Society Symposium. This post was originally posted to the Mediate BC Blog on June 16th.   1,519 more words
Conference Review

ASA2015 Conference in Edinburgh

Last week I went to the ASA2015 conference at the University of Edinburgh. While neither my first conference nor my first trip to Edinburgh, it was my first time doing both as a postgraduate student, and that perspective definitely made me look for and take away different things from this conference than I have with others. 940 more words

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Conference review: Irish Towns as shared European heritage, Irish Historic Towns Atlas seminar, 22 May 2015

By Adrian James Kirwan

The Irish Historic Towns Atlas (IHTA) is a project of the Royal Irish Academy. It was been producing historical atlases of Irish towns since its establishment in 1981. 579 more words

Irish History