The CIfA International Practice Special Interest Group, together with the EAA Committee on Professional Associations in Archaeology, will be organising a round table session at the EAA Annual Conference in Barcelona in September 2018. The EAA Committee on Professional Associations in Archaeology and the CIfA International Practice Special Interest Group want to promote high standards in archaeological work. We strongly believe that standards should not be bounded by national borders or organisations, but that they can be shared and applied internationally. In the last year, several professional associations have made symbolic moves towards closer cooperation, and this session will explore exactly what this means in terms of supporting high-quality work…
Landward Research Ltd were represented at the European Association of Archaeologists' 19th Annual Meeting in Plzen in September 2013. Kenneth Aitchison gave two papers, presenting Oranges are not the only fruit: choice, competition and collaboration between professional associations in the Committee on Professional Associations in Archaeology sesssion The Roles and Benefits of Professional Associations in Europe and Beyond which he also co-chaired, and PhD by Research Publications in What should a PhD in archaeology be all about? He also co-organised the Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe – and of the World session.