A two-¬≠day course in python programming for researchers in archaeology, will run from 15th to 16th July 2013 at IMF-CSIC, c/ Egipc√≠aques 15, 08001 Barcelona (Spain). The course is especially designed for archaeologists and social scientists and is suitable for beginners.


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Resilience and Development: Mobilizing for transformation (Resilience 2014), an international conference, will take place on 4th-8th May 2014 in Montpelier (France).

The deadline for submissions, for both abstracts and session proposals, is 16th August 2013.


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Can knowledge about ancient societies help us manage the social impact of climate change on contemporary communities? May the results of archaeological research usefully inform current social perceptions of the challenges that arise from climate change, such as dealing with danger, settling disputes, and coping with heritage loses or threats to individual and collective cultural identity?

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Computer Applications & Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), an international conference, will take place from the 22th to the 25th of April, 2014, in Paris (France).

CAA2014 deadline for proposals of sessions, workshops and roundtables is 14th July 2013. It is expected the call for papers will be issued on 30th July 2013 with a closing date of 31st October 2013.

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ZENODO is the research repository flagship service by the European Union. Accepting not only research publications but also their primary data, ZENODO provides integrated linking of research outputs to the corresponding datasets and funding information.

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