ARCHAEOLOGY ABROAD

THE GUIDE TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELDWORK OPPORTUNITIES OUTSIDE THE UK
31-34 Gordon Square
LONDON WC1H OPY, UK

Tel/fax: +44 (0)20-8537-0849   Email: arch.abroad@ucl.ac.uk

Archaeology Abroad was first published in 1972 and continues today as one of the most comprehensive guides to archaeological fieldwork opportunities outside the UK, suitable for all pockets, archaeological interests and levels of experience. In addition to extensive excavation, field school, specialist course and workshop listings, the annual edition of Archaeology Abroad contains comprehensive advice on how to choose and apply to join an excavation project abroad, plus directory-style sections giving information on a wide range of useful and relevant organisations, learned societies, publications and web-based resources.

Archaeology Abroad comes out annually in March and is supplemented throughout the remainder of the year with occasional Archaeology Abroad Email Updates which provide subscribers with details of additional projects not included in the annual edition. As the year progresses, Email Updates increasingly list projects running during the autumn and winter months or which already have their plans in place for the following year. Archaeology Abroad and Archaeology Abroad Email Updates are produced as Adobe PDF files, which are easy to use and navigate, with live email and web address links enabling readers to search out additional information on all listings, contact project organisers, download application forms, etc.

Archaeology Abroad Fact Sheet
A free fact sheet on Digging Abroad in a Gap Year is a useful guide for those considering digging in another country as a gap year option.

TAKING OUT A SUBSCRIPTION

An annual subscription to Archaeology Abroad runs for one calendar year and entitles the subscriber to receive the annual edition of Archaeology Abroad, together with all Archaeology Abroad Email Updates produced during the year (generally three or four issues). Archaeology Abroad and Archaeology Abroad Email Updates are produced as Adobe PDF files and sent to subscribers by email. The rates for 2014 are:

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Archaeology Abroad 2014 ISSN 2046-7214
Individual - £20.00
Institutional - £30.00
 
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The Honorary Secretary
Archaeology Abroad
31-34 Gordon Square
LONDON WC1H OPY
UK

Cheques should be made payable to Archaeology Abroad. Overseas subscribers paying in Sterling should ensure that cheques can be drawn against a British bank.


 
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For further information contact the Honorary Secretary at
arch.abroad@ucl.ac.uk


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