The annual conference for the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology (CNEHA) will be held in Newark, Delaware this weekend (Nov. 8 -10). It is always a great conference with lots of interesting and informative papers about archaeology being conducted throughout the region. The conference is also a great opportunity to meet and mingle with other archaeologists involved in research in the northeast. Online registration is closed, but if you are interested in attending, you can register on site. More details about registration and cost is available on the CNEHA website.
I am co-chair of a paper session dedicated to the great archaeology being conducted by Temple University graduate students. Our session is from 8:30am-12pm on Saturday, November 9th. I will also be presenting the first paper of the session at 8:30am. My paper is entitled “Memory, Meaning, and Urban Archaeology at Elfreth’s Alley, Philadelphia." A full schedule of conference papers is available here.