CAA NL-FL Call for papers, for those speaking German with an English accent

caanlThe Computer Applications and Quantitative methods in Archaeology (CAA) conference has many national chapters who also organise annual meetings or other activities, usually in their own language. The Dutch-speaking low countries of the Netherlands and Flanders have teamed up for this purpose. Their annual meeting will take place on 22-23 October 2015 at the University of Amsterdam. The call for papers is open now until 30 August 2015, so hurry up to get your abstract in.

You might need to understand some Dutch, but according to my wife it’s just German spoken with an English accent … I totally disagree with this statement, Dutch is a proper language with its own vocabulary and grammar. But I always fail to get popular support for my case once people ask me to count to 10 in Dutch: een, twee, drie, vier, vijf, zes, zeven, acht, negen, tien… (nothing like German with an English accent if you ask me, but apparently that’s a minority opinion. Yet another reason why the Dutch-speakers teamed up to form their own CAA chapter).

What? CAA NL-FL chapter conference

When? 22-23 October 2015

Deadline CFP? 30 August 2015

Cost? 20 or 30 Euro

More info on the website.

CAA call for sessions open

caaThe countdown to CAA 2016 in Oslo has begun! Time to submit your awesome session and workshop proposals!

The annual Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) conference will be held in Oslo, Norway, from March 29th to April 2nd 2016. The Call for sessions and workshops is now open until 7 September 2015. More info about the conference can be found on the conference website.

To propose a session or workshop, go to the CAA Open Conference System¬†and click on the ‘Submissions’ link on the right-hand side of the page.

Hope to see you all in Oslo for my favourite conference of the year!

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