In 2022, the Society for Medieval Archaeology (SMA) annual conference will bring together an international group of scholars to talk about early medieval migrations, present new data and discuss how such data should be interpreted in terms of the wider cultural implications of migration and mobility.
Registration closes on Friday 17 June 2022.
Hosted by Duncan Sayer from the Society for Early Medieval Archaeology in collaboration with Toby Martin, a Departmental Lecturer in Archaeology.
The conference is open to both the public and scholars alike.
Where and when
You can choose to attend online or in person at Rewley House, Oxford and the conference runs from the evening of Friday 24 June through to Sunday 26 June.
The conference commences with a keynote lecture given by Robin Fleming on Friday evening, followed by a drinks reception at Rewley House (for those attending in person). Conference presentations will run all day on Saturday and on Sunday morning.
Optional extras for those attending in person include a conference dinner in Rewley House on Saturday evening and a walking tour of medieval Oxford on Sunday afternoon.
Please visit the Society for Medieval Archaeology’s webpage to see the full programme.
- Members of SMA – £50
- Non-members – £95
- Student members – £40
- Student non-members – £75
- Friday night lecture and wine reception – Free
- Saturday night conference dinner in Rewley House – £30
- Sunday afternoon walking tour of early Medieval Oxford – Free
How to register
Please visit the Eventbrite booking page for more information and details of how to register: Society for Medieval Archaeology 2022 Annual Conference
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Image: Excavated material from the 6th-century cemetery at Oakington, Cambridgeshire. © Cambridgeshire County Council.