BAA members get a new discount on the Association’s Conference Transactions: BAA members now receive is 30% and the discount code should be BAA230.
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. If you want online access to the JBAA as a member, please send your email address to Ann Hignell – email@example.com – instructing the BAA to send your email address to Taylor & Francis. Taylor& Francis will then send you a password.
The latest in the BAA’s Romanesque Canference transactions series – ‘Romanesque Patrons and Processes’ is now available to order. Visit our ‘Other Publications page’ for details, or click on the link below to see the table of contents.
The Association’s 2019 conference will be based in Shrewsbury and run from 15-19 July 2019. Booking forms can be downloaded from the Annual Conferences page.
The 2020 Romanesque Conference will be held in Hildesheim from 14-16 April, 2020. The call for papers can be downloaded from the Romanesque Conferences page.
James Hillson is unable to give his scheduled lecture ‘The Early Development of Bar Tracery: Communicating Style across Northwestern Europe 1180-1250’ on 6 March. Instead John McNeill will speak on ‘Cluny in England: Reflections on Castle Acre, Lewes and Wenlock’