DigiDeath: Public Archaeologies of Digital Mortality

6th University of Chester Archaeology Student Conference

Wednesday 27 January 2021 & Thursday 28 January 2021.

Links to the conference live sessions Januray 28th.

From 08.50: http://bit.ly/3o5OZMD

From 13.30: http://bit.ly/39XLnai

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Welcome!

This is the official WordPress Blog for the 6th Annual Archaeology Student Conference at the University of Chester. This years conference will explore how mortuary and funerary practices of the past meet the modern digital world. The conference will host a range of key note speakers, as well as presentations from the Archaeology Single Honours […]

Programme

6th University of Chester Archaeology Student Conference Wednesday 27 January 2021 & Thursday 28 January 2021 DigiDeath: Public Archaeologies of Digital Mortality DigiDeath Student Presentations The Digital Footprint of Repatriation: Where are the Dead? – Robyn Andrews The debate over human remains and who own the rights to the treatment of the dead has been […]

Timetable

DIGIDEATH 6TH UNIVERSITY OF CHESTER ARCHAEOLOGY STUDENT CONFERENCE #DIGIDEATH                  @UOC6TH        27–28 January 2021 Welcome to the 6th University of Chester Student Archaeology Conference, organised by final-year Archaeology students from the Department of History and Archaeology, University of Chester. Since 2016, single-honours level 6 (final-year) undergraduate students on the University of Chester’s Archaeology degree have organised […]

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