Sea Change: Human and Climate Influences on our Maritime Past

Sea Change: Human and Climate Influences on our Maritime Past

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19th – 20th November 2022 #ArchConf22 #SeaChange22

The Nautical Archaeology Society, Diving Ireland and the CHERISH Project are co-hosting a two-day conference showcasing the diversity within our maritime environment (including inland waterways and lakes) and highlight both traditional and state-of-the-art technology and methodologies employed in understanding our maritime past and how this might be impacted by future changes.

It will include multidisciplinary approaches and how cross-border and community engagement enrich our understanding of coastal, archaeological and climate challenges. Submission of maritime papers exploring and protecting our vulnerable underwater and coastal heritage are encouraged.

The event on the 19th -20th November 2022 will be a two-day conference held at the 4 star “Royal Marine Hotel” in Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland. It is expected that there will be social and cultural events organised before and after the conference weekend. 

7th March 2022 – The Call for Papers Is Now Open !!

Priority will be given to papers covering material that has not be presented to an audience before.

Paper Submission Deadline: 23.59 (BST) on 6th May 2022

Submissions should be emailed to   

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