Archaeological theory and methods beyond paradigms
Discussion session (with formal abstracts)
Crossing New Borders: Promoting Collaboration between EU, non-EU and ex-EU Archaeologists
We cannot guess how EU/UK discussions about Brexit will go between submitting this abstract and the date of the meeting. But with a changed (and unclear) relationship between the EU and the UK, archaeologists of the UK will now have to work harder to promote research, education and communication with their EU colleagues. They may also need to overcome new barriers with other non-EU states. Some of these challenges will be new to UK archaeologists, but others who work across the EU/non-EU border will be familiar with them.
This session seeks constructive papers from all European countries that explore what works, what hasn't worked and why. We want to understand how, practically and emotionally, we can continue to use UK archaeologists’ firm identification with and affection for the rest of Europe, for the benefit of all.
It also provides an opportunity for the EAA to update all members on how it serves, supports and champions EU, non-EU (and temporarily EU) archaeologists alike.
Brexit, Collaboration, Border
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Peter Hinton (United Kingdom) 1
Michaela Schauer (Germany) 2
1. Chartered Institute for Archaeologists
2. CIfA Deutschland
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