Ways we ‘break the mould’

At NASTA we are constantly looking to break the mould and explore new ways to connect with our network. This year we will be supporting new committee member Brodhie in her investigation of the ways we communicate archaeological stories to non-expert audiences, both within the discipline and to the public.

Brodhie’s research seeks to produce an abstract “picture book” to complement the traditional abstracts that are often shared as the programme for the conference. Her research will examine this as a new method for disseminating and accessing archaeological stories, whilst reapproaching the way we receive academic information.

If this sounds interesting, or are you interested to see how this turns out? Register for our conference here or contact Brodhie for further info here!