EXARC Conference goes world wide!
EXARC is undertaking an unprecedented event featuring researchers in experimental archaeology from around the world. It’s an event that’s not to be missed! Rather than the usual sequence of presentations, EXARC is starting at the International Dateline and following the sun around the world with presentations beginning in Australia and continuing westwards as the day progresses. It’s a great opportunity to see presentations from people who normally wouldn’t be able to travel to the major European or North American conferences and it’s all delivered straight to your computer at home!
I’ll be presenting on Wednesday 31 March with a short film about Late Archaic copper working in the Lake Superior region of North America. It’s not generally known that there was a Copper Age in the middle of North America that occurred 5000 years ago, so I am taking the opportunity to talk about the artefacts and demonstrate a little metalworking in a short video. At the end of the session there will be time for live questions and answers.
Check out the full schedule here.