1st Annual Student Archaeology Conference

The Annual Student Archaeology Conference allows both undergraduate and postgraduate students of archaeology and related disciplines an unprecedented opportunity to share innovative research and views on the past.

The 1st ASA conference will be held at the University of York in The King's Manor, the medieval buildings of the Department of Archaeology in the heart of the city. The conference theme, "Developing Integrated Archaeology", is designed to encourage and inspire different ways of thinking about the past.

A full conference schedule will be available shortly when session titles have been confirmed.

The conference is being organised by a collaboration of groups including the University of York Archaeology Society, The Post Hole journal, and students from a number of universities across the UK.

Registration

Cost: £15 (accommodation included); £10 (accommodation not included) to cover
conference sessions, teas and coffees, York historical tour, and evening wine reception

Registration for ASA1 is via the conference website: asaconference.org.uk.
If you have any further questions, please email the committee using the address above.

Please get in touch with us if you would like to present a paper or poster at the conference.

For further information please email contact.asaconference@gmail.com.

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Conference venue and accommodation

The venue for the conference is:

The King’s Manor,

University of York,

Exhibition Square,

York YO1 7EP.


Details of how to find the venue can be found here: http://www.york.ac.uk/np/maps/
kmdirect.htm


To plan your journey, use this site: http://www.york.ac.uk/about/maps/

There are a limited number of £15 tickets (32) that include accommodation at ACE hostel.

A range of alternative accommodation at different prices can be booked through Visit York,
the York Tourist Information Service. Use the venue location postcode (YO1 7EP) to help
you find a hotel or bed and breakfast close to The King’s Manor.