Archaeology Week is going ahead this year as an online-only event. NZAA is working with a number of partners to develop and share content on our social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. If you have any content you’d like to share as part of the week, please get in touch with either Kathryn Hurren (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Patricia Pillay (email@example.com). Or share the content via your own social media, using the hashtag #nzarchweek2020.
There will be no NZAA conference this year. All things going well, our next conference will be in Taupo in the winter of 2021.
At this stage it is intended to hold our AGM via Zoom on 27 June 2020, at 2pm. More information about this will follow in due course. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me if you have any concerns about holding the AGM in this way.
2022 NZAA Conference registrations are now open. Call for papers and posters now open. NZAA’s annual conference provides an important forum for the archaeological community to share information and tackle current issues. ThisRead more
Due to on-going uncertainty and disruption caused by Covid-19, NZAA Council, in consultation with the conference organisers and the Kaupapa Māori Advisory Group, have resolved to postpone Conference 2022. Conference will now be held inRead more
The organisers would like to thank you for your patience while we had to temporarily put a hold on conference registration. Interest in the 2021 NZAA conference has far exceeded that of previous NZAA conferencesRead more
As we have rapidly reached the limit of our venue, online registrations for the conference have now closed. This doesn’t mean you have missed your chance, however! Please email Cathy Barr (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange yourRead more