How can archaeologists contribute to understandings of mortality past and present in the Digital Age? How do we both teach and research death via digital environments and engage increasingly diverse audiences with mortuary archaeology?
Join us for a distinctive public archaeology conference taking place as a digital event without need for registration on the evening of Wednesday 27th January 2021 and all-day on Thursday 28 January 2021. The event will be run by final-year Archaeology undergraduate students at the University of Chester and will take place on Microsoft Teams and via Twitter (links to be shared closer to the time – hashtag: #digideath.
I’m now delighted to share the full and final programme and timetable for the event, as well as the fabulous logo designed by final-year Archaeology student Emma Barber.
Presentations will be live and pre-recorded via Microsoft Teams. Here are the links to the morning and afternoon sessions:
Morning from 08:50 Thursday 28 Jan: https://tinyurl.com/ybw7bgbx
Afternoon from 13:30: Thursday 28 Jan: https://tinyurl.com/y8zzb95j
In addition, there will be papers via Twitter before the conference on the evening of Wednesday 27th January and the morning of Thursday 28th January. To find the Twitter presentations and to live-tweet, please use the hashtag: #digideath
The students have set up the following links for the conference:
- Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ArchChester2021
- Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/400699634581521
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArchChester
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/digideath2021/
- Linktree: https://linktr.ee/Digideath
They have their own WordPress blog too! https://digideath2021.wordpress.com/?fbclid=IwAR3nvROSgjV6uglqPIvWB4DHzf6a5RJD9vDaRjcq008e-7FqG6i_UakfBks