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EXARC Newsletter, Number 2016/03
EXARC Journal, new issue out
Open Access are three book reviews and a review of the National Geographic Series "the Great Human Race" with EXARC vice Chair Bill Schindler starring.
EXARC Journal needs Reviewers
We review every article we publish in the EXARC Journal both on content and on language. For the articles on open-air museums as well as on interpretation we are looking for more reviewers. Four times annually, you will receive a small number of articles to review. You do not need to check the English. You see where with a few improvements the articles can become much better and mark the complete nonsense (if any). Are you a museum person or a re-enactor with a small bit of time for EXARC? Please contact Roeland Paardekooper.
EXARC Auction going well
EXARC calls on its members and supporters to help reinvent EXARC. This auction is to raise funds for EXARCs new website. Items are brought in by EXARC itself and its members – all proceeds go to EXARC. Have you got something we can auction? Please contact us? Is there anything you like? Please check www.exarc.net/auction
New EXARC Project
A group of EXARC members, led by Butser (UK), is setting up an ERASMUS+ project on volunteers in archaeological open-air museums. The deadline is nearing and if all goes well, this cooperation project with partners from all corners of Europe will start in summer and last for two years. More information, please mail Roeland Paardekooper.
EXARC Annual General Meeting
More information and registration at: www.exarc.net/meetings/leiden
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