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IAI Spring Conference 2013 - The Legacy of Development-led Archaeology

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Institute of Archaeology of Ireland

The Pearse Hotel, 98–107 Pearse Street, Dublin 2

Friday 5th and Saturday 6th April 2013

FRIDAY

10:30 - Registration Opens

▪▪▪▪ Session 1 ▪▪▪▪

11:00 - Teresa Bolger (Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd): Post-Boom Archaeology - Do we have new knowledge management issues … or just the old ones on steroids?

11:30 - John Tierney and Jacinta Kiely (Eachtra Archaeological Projects): Publication and Archaeology

12:00 - Nick Maxwell (Wordwell Books Ltd.): The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds: What, if anything, has the boom and bust done for Irish archaeological scholarship?

12:30 - Lunch (not supplied)

▪▪▪▪ Session 2 ▪▪▪▪

13:30 - Paul Rondelez (University College Cork): NRA excavation reports and massive data processing

14:00 - Dr Jessica Smyth (School of Chemistry, University of Bristol): TBC

14:30 - Keynote Address:

Brian K. Duffy (Chief Archaeologist, National Monuments Service)
15:30 - Tea/Coffee

▪▪▪▪ Session 3 ▪▪▪▪

16:00 - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

8.30pm - Table Quiz
Prize Sponsors include…
Tables of 5 = €50/£43
Proceeds go towards the JIA Post-graduate prize

SATURDAY

09:30 - Registration Opens

▪▪▪▪ Session 4 ▪▪▪▪

10:00 - James Bonsall, Dr Christopher Gaffney and Prof. Ian Armit (University of Bradford): I would walk Ten Thousand Miles: What have we learnt from Geophysical Legacy Data collected on road schemes?

10:30 - Alan Hawkes (University College Cork): Infrastructure archaeology and the origins of the burnt mound tradition: 10 years of fulachtaí fia excavations in Ireland.

11:00 - Prof. Peter Woodman (Emeritus Professor, University College Cork): THE MESOLITHIC: Did the last 25 years really change anything?

11:30 - Tea/Coffee

▪▪▪▪ Session 5 ▪▪▪▪

12:00 - Rónán Swan (National Roads Authority): Managing archaeological works on national road schemes 2001 to 2013

12:30 - Dr Charles Mount (Archaeological Consultant): The Legacy of Development-led Archaeology: the extractive industries

13:00 - Andy Halpin (National Museum of Ireland): Deposition of excavated artefacts and environmental remains in the National Museum of Ireland’s Collections Resource Centre: A lot done, more to do.
13:30 - Lunch (not supplied)

▪▪▪▪ Session 6 ▪▪▪▪

14:30 - Dr Ellen OCarroll (Independent Specialist): Charcoal and pollen research along the N6 road scheme - new research and methodological studies towards the advancement of guidelines and best practice

15:00 - James Eogan (National Roads Authority): TBC

15:30 - TBC
16:00 - Discussion / END

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