Questions that count, a critical evaluation of historical archaeology in the 21st century.
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The organizing team proposes a theme that will permit our community to take the measure of its development over the past quarter century all while spanning the transition into the new millennium: Questions that count, a critical evaluation of historical archaeology in the 21st century. SHA first asked eminent archaeologists to identify questions that count at the plenary session of the 1987 20th Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology in Savannah, Georgia. A quarter century later, it’s worth asking the whole community. We have four more years to bring this subject to fruition...
Come and explore this theme in the birthplace of French America, the Old Quebec UNESCO World Heritage District. Quebec City offers myriad opportunities to visit historic sites and world-class museums, to experience fine dining and to appreciate Old World charm in a New World setting. Should you want to warm up outside, you can go ice-skating in front of the fortifications, snowshoeing on the famous Plains of Abraham battlefield or, should you look for even more adventure, cross-country and down-hill skiing, snowmobiling or ice fishing in the boreal forest! Winter is an essential part of the Quebec cultural experience.
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