Faith, Hope, and Charity: Finding Belief, Desire, and Benevolence in Archaeologies of the Recent and Contemporary Past
Friday 23rd November - Sunday 25th November 2007
University of Sheffield
The fifth annual meeting of the Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory (CHAT) conference group meets in Sheffield this November. The conference explores three themes - 'faith', 'hope', and 'charity' - from a variety of archaeological perspectives, in papers focused on the study of the recent and contemporary past (c. AD 1500-present).
CHAT 2007 runs from 9.30a.m. on Friday 23rd November 2007 until 1.00pm on Sunday 25th November 2007. All sessions are plenary. The full programme is online (URL below).
Keynote Speaker: Professor Henry Glassie (Department of Folklore, University of Indiana).
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