Archaeology Ethics in Southeast Asia Workshop

Are you passionate about archaeology and committed to upholding ethical standards within the field? We invite you to participate in the Archaeology Ethics in Southeast Asia Workshop. This workshop aims to foster a deeper understanding of pressing ethical issues in the field of archaeology, such as gender and sex discrimination, accessibility and inclusivity of the discipline, as well as intellectual property rights, and to provide a platform for collaborative discussions on addressing these concerns.

Why Attend?

    In a field as multi-layered as Archaeology, understanding the ethics that guide our practice is paramount. Navigate the intricacies of ethical concerns, from gender discrimination to intellectual property rights, and be a trailblazer in setting the ethical compass for the industry.

Format & Structure

  • Hybrid Learning Experience: Four enriching online sessions culminating in a hands-on workshop during SPAFACON 2024 in Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Industry Experts: Sessions led by distinguished speakers well-versed in ethical matters, primarily focusing on the Southeast Asian region.
  • Interactive Dialogue: Each seminar promotes moderated discussions to delve deeper into ethical matters, allowing participants to share personal experiences and concerns.
  • Case-Study Challenge: Put your knowledge to the test in a culminating case study activity during SPAFACON 2024.

Who Should Attend?

  • Archaeology professionals and practitioners operating in Southeast Asia
  • Archaeology education sector: faculty and students
  • Government sector: Agencies dealing with archaeology and related aspects of cultural heritage
  • Private and NGO sector: special interest groups, professional associations and other associated organisations dealing with archaeology and heritage
  • Professionals and students in related disciplines: Anthropology, History, Cultural Heritage, Law, etc.

Application & Eligibility

Register and Submit Your Application

Open to all for online sessions. Workshop and case-study participation require attendance at all online sessions and SPAFACON 2024.

Successful applicants will be notified via email.

We look forward to your active involvement in the Archaeology Ethics in Southeast Asia Workshop. Let's collectively contribute to fostering ethical practices and thoughtful discussions within the realm of archaeology. Stay tuned for further updates!
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