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FASE Basic Course

31 August to 05 September 2020 at Heraklion (Crete, Greece).

The Forensic Anthropology Society of Europe (FASE) organises an instructional course covering the basics of forensic anthropology. It addresses newcomers to the field from various backgrounds. The course is composed of theoretical and practical sessions and includes a one-day symposium.

There is a limit of 40 participants, so early registration is recommended. Get more information on and register at the course’s website.

The FASE organises courses annually, alternating on basic and advanced level.


Field School Giecz 2020

29 June to 22 July and 23 July to 15 August 2020 in Giecz (Poland).

The non-profit organisation Slavia offers a Field School in Mortuary Archaeology consisting of hands-on training both on an ongoing excavation and with processing the recovered remains in the laboratory.

There are two sessions. The application deadline is rolling until all spaces are filled. Slavia recommends to apply before 15 March 2020. Get more information from the field school webpage.


AFOA Workshop „Taphonomie“


7./8.2.2020 in Göttingen.

Die Arbeitsgruppe Freiberufliche Osteoanthropologen (AFOA) der Gesellschaft für Anthropologie (GfA) veranstaltet einen Workshop zum Thema Taphonomie. Das Programm umfasst Vorträge und die Möglichkeit zur Besprechung selbst mitgebrachter Präparate.

Detailinformationen gehen aus der Einladung hervor. Die Anmeldungsfrist endet am 1.2.2020, die Teilnahme ist begrenzt.

Palaeopathology Summer School

27 July to 7 August 2020 in Durham (UK).

The course at the Archaeology Department of Durham University is aimed at participants who wish to have a concentrated period of learning about and practising palaeopathology through lectures and laboratory sessions.

More detailed information is coming up on the department website. The course was held for the first time in 2019 and the related webpage is still accessible. If you are interested to participate, please contact Professor Charlotte Roberts via email.

Durham University