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The BWG is pleased to offer bursaries to conference participants. Historic England has generously provided a conference fund to cover registration fees, travel and/or accommodation costs for participants with limited access to other financial…

Here is the second announcement for ICAZ 2014 conference!

This post comprises photos from the 2nd meeting of the Taphonomy Working Group, Taphonomy and archaeozoological research: recent approaches,held in Santander (Spain) in September 2012. The meeting, which had more than 60 attendees, was organized by…

We have now made 10 offers of places to applicants to the MSc Ostearchaeology and we are waiting to hear from seven more. These are ideal numbers for us, but registrations are still open. Details of the course can be found…

It is with great sadness that we have to announce that the archaeozoologist and veterinary historian Professor Angela von den Driesch passed away in January 2012.

Born July 11th 1934 in Dresden, Angela Felicitas Karpf and her family moved to…

The Society of Ethnobiology invites you to our 2012 conference, "Conservation and Communities." to be held April 11–14, 2012 at the Denver Botanic Gardens in Colorado. This year's conference theme explores the importance and power of linking…

We incorporate many new images.
Natural: Dermestid holes in human bones, paleopathology (fracture) microvertebrates; carnivore punctures, deforming arthritis in puma

Cultural: cut marks on small rodents, cow, horse and…

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The 34th Annual Meeting of the Society of Ethobiology “Historical and Archaeological Perspectives in Ethnobiology” will be held from May 4– May 7, 2011 in Columbus, Ohio. We welcome all papers that touch on relationships between humans and…

Jean Desse (1943-2009)

“…in Elysium Oceanus breathes ever with a West wind that sings softly from the sea…” (Hom. Il.)

Jean Desse, Yann to his friends, was born in Quimper-Britanny (NW France), and this is probably where it all began.…

The 16th international meeting of the Fish Remains Working Group (FRWG) will be held in Israel, from October 23rd to October 31tst 2011. The aim of the meeting is to get-together researchers involved in the study of fish exploitation in the past…