In Memoriam Liv Helga Dommasnes

Alas, we have to share sad news:

Liv Helga Dommasnes, professor emerita from University of Bergen, Norway, founding member of “Archaeology and Gender in Europe (AGE)” and AGE co-chair 2008-2014, died on September 13th 2023.

May she rest in peace. Out thoughts are with her family and friends.

EAA Annual Meeting 2023

The 29th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists too place from 30th August to 2nd September 2023 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. AGE was hosting a round table discussion at this conference: Session #354 AGE for a Slow Archaeology, or How to Survive in the Neo-liberal Fast Academia. The annual AGE community meeting was also held at the EAA Annual Meeting in Belfast on Wednesday the 30th August 2023 from 14:00 to 16:00.

Furthermore, there were other AGE sponsored regular sessions as well as gender-related sessions, organized by AGE members:

  • Session #255: “Warriors” and “Weavers”: Challenging gender stereotypes in Antiquity
  • Session #334: (In)visible Women in History of Archaeology
  • Session #601: Weaving Archaeology, Art and Literature: Narratives & Representations

The next annual AGE community meeting will be held as hybrid event at the 30th EAA Annual Meeting, 28th - 31st August 2024, Rome, Italy. The community meetings are usually scheduled at the first day in the morning or afternoon, before the Opening Ceremony. Please keep that in mind when planing your trip to the conference.

The EAA 2020 statement on Archaeology and Gender

AGE members were writing the EAA 2020 statement on Archaeology and Gender, which was adopted by the EAA and presented to the EAA members during the Annual Membership Business Meeting for the 26th Virtual Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists. The full statement can be found at the EAA website, and can be downloaded from there as PDF.

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