Fields of Conflict Conference 2014
March 12 – 15, 2014
Columbia, South Carolina, USA
Eighth Biennial Meeting of Fields of Conflict International Battlefield Conference
The South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences, University of South Carolina, and the American Battlefield Protection Program, National Park Service invite you to famously hot Columbia, South Carolina, for the eighth biennial meeting of “Fields of Conflict” conference on Conflict Archaeology, and a Call to Action for battlefield preservation. Conflict archaeologists across the globe will present their research at the eighth Fields of Conflict Conference.
Call For Papers and Posters now closed
Click on Side Bars for Final Agenda, Presentation Schedule, and Abstracts.
Due to an overwhelming response to the FOC Call for Papers,
some events have been rescheduled or cancelled.
Camden Staff ride now scheduled for Sunday, March 16.
Cowpens/Kings Mountain post-conference excursion cancelled.
We are still accepting people for the pre-conference Charleston excursion.
Call to Action: National Park Service American Battlefield
Protection Program Battlefield Preservation Workshop
March 12, 2014
Join the staff of the National Park Service, American Battlefield Protection Program experts in a workshop on the latest best practices in battlefield preservation. Take part in discussing and debating preservation strategies. Share your successes and failures.
Final Agenda now available click on side bars.
The River Alliance (http://www.riveralliance.org/home.html), in conjunction with the National Park Service, is working with a consortium of partners to create a 12,000 Year History Park near Cayce, South Carolina. Join National Park Service and River Alliance staff members and partners in a Panel Discussion about the exciting progress that is being made on Thursday March 13, 9:30 AM during the Field of Conflict Conference. See side bar for more details.
Warfare, Environment, Social Inequality and Peace Studies (WESIPS) Conference
Seville, Spain May 29-30, 2015