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Developing Integrated Archaeology
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Great summary! Thank you Marta Lorenzon, Rachel Faulkner-Jones, Cindy Nelson-Viljoen and Ülle Aguraiuja we were a dream team at organizing!!
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Honorable mentions for most thought provoking and re-tweeted talks - Teresa O'Mahony, Mackenzie Downing and David Banks. Congratulations!  
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Best poster goes to Tara Copplestone - Elegy of the Dead
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Huge congratulations to our session winners!! Session 1 - Garry Pratt. Session 2 - Mackenzie Downing. Session 3 - Emily Stammitti. Session 4 - Peter Swallow  
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‪#‎ASA2015‬ is now finished - huge thanks to all that supported and helped us in making this great event possible! And of course thanks to all the delegates and presenters who came up to Edinburgh to take part of it all! Follow Annual Student Archaeology Conference for future updates on next year's ASA conference.
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We still have spaces for all 4 conference trips on Saturday. Book your spot when collecting your name tag and conference pack in G.16 during morning registration
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you can still register for ASA on site at £15 (exact change only). this includes tea/lunch, papers, key-note, careers round table and wine reception. Exciting prices up for grabs for best poster and presentation. And remember to bring some extra cash for the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland book sale!!
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1 day to go!!!! ASA final program now online
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Keynote by Lord Professor Colin Renfrew! 
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The 3rd ASA conference is only a week away! This is your last chance to register online for only £10 which covers coffee and lunch breaks, entrance to poster and paper sessions, roundtable discussion on "Careers in Archaeology", key-note lecture by Lord Professor Colin Renfrew, evening wine reception and optional trip. Throughout the conference you can also browse a selection of archaeology-related books from The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Bring some cash in case you find something you can't go home without!
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