Special Session announcement “Current Status and the Future of Digital Archaeology in the Eastern Mediterranean”, EAA 2024, Rome

The Greek Chapter of CAA invites scholars, researchers, and professionals to join a special session on digital archaeology in the Eastern Mediterranean, as part of the EAA 2024 Annual Meeting. This session aims to foster cross-border collaboration and knowledge exchange among participants from Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, and neighboring regions in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Discussions will focus on various aspects of digital archaeology, including challenges in education, managerial issues, resource allocation, experiences of foreign archaeological missions, and the impact of digital transformation on national policies. Ethical and legal concerns, as well as public engagement in preserving cultural heritage through digital initiatives, will also be addressed. The organizers welcome proposals for presentations, papers, or case studies aligned with the outlined themes to contribute to the advancement of digital archaeology in this culturally rich region.

The special session is referenced with the code number #818 and is titled “Current Status and the Future of Digital Archaeology in the Eastern Mediterranean”, under topic “2. Archaeological Sciences, Humanities and the Digital era: Bridging the Gaps”, as part of the Scientific Programme of the EAA Annual Meeting.

Τhe 30th EAA Annual Meeting in Rome announced the call for Papers and Posters is now open. You are all invited to submit your contribution to this special session. Deadline for submission is February 8th, 2024 (check all the Conference deadlines).


Dorina Moullou (Greece)
Emeri Farinetti (Italy)
Theodora Moutsiou (Cyprus)
Nimet Pinar Ozguner Gulhan (Poland)