News and Announcements

30% off BAA Publications

The BAA’s publishers – Routledge/Taylor & Francis – are now offering members a 30% discount on all their publications. To obtain this, you should go into the members area. The discount code link is on the right. Click on this, type in the title of the volume you wish to purchase and the discount should be applied automatically. If it is not, try clicking ‘apply promo code’.


Digitisation of the full run of Journals of the British Archaeological Association – from 1845 to the current issue – has been completed and is available to all members who are fully paid up. To access the journal, click on the ‘members’ area’ link at the top right of the page. Your username is the email address you have registered with the BAA. If you don’t already have a password, use the ‘forgot my password link’ to set one up.


The 2024 conference will be based at Pembrokeshire College in Haverfordwest from 15-19 July. The conference theme is ‘Roman and Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in Pembrokeshire’ with visits to Saint David’s, Tenby, Pembroke, Haverfordwest, Manorbier, Lamphey, Llawhaden, Carew and Upton. A call for papers has been distributed.

The next Romanesque Conference will be held in Valladolid from 8-10 April, 2024 with the usual opportunity to stay on for two days of visits to Romanesque monuments in the adjoining area. Booking forms will be available in the Autumn

Jane Martindale

The Association was saddened to hear the news of the death of Dr Jane Martindale in late August.

New Publication

Paris: The Powers that shaped the Medieval City  (edited by Alexandra Gajewski and John McNeill) was published on 24 July. For further details go to the Publications – Conference Transactions page. Copies will be available for purchase at the Association’s Chichester conference.

Jon Cannon

A memorial service for Jon Cannon will be held in Bristol Cathedral at 2.00 pm on Monday, 25th September.

AGM and Lecture on Wednesday, 4 October

The Association has decided to go ahead and hold its AGM and lecture at the Society of Antiquaries on the 4th October, notwithstanding the coincidence of a train and underground strike. We hope some members will be able to make the meeting. For those unable to attend, both AGM and lecture will be live streamed.