CONFERENCE REVIEW ‘’The Astronomy in Skyscapes - Archaeoastronomy beyond Alignments’’. Full day session at the National Astronomy Meeting, University of Nottingham (United Kingdom), 27th June–1st July, 2016
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The National Astronomy Meeting (NAM) of the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) was held at the University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus on 27th June–1st July, 2016. This event is the primary annual scientific conference for astronomers and space scientists drawn mainly from the UK and Ireland. It is sponsored and coordinated by RAS. NAM 2016 had eight plenary talks spanning topics from planets to cosmology. Additionally, there were 60 parallel sessions broadly split into five themes, one of which was archaeoastronomy. This was the third successive NAM conference to feature a parallel session on archaeoastronomy, and was organised and chaired by Daniel Brown, an astronomer at the School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University.
Prendergast, Frank. 2017. "CONFERENCE REVIEW: ‘’The Astronomy in Skyscapes – Archaeoastronomy beyond Alignments’’. Full day session at the National Astronomy Meeting, University of Nottingham (United Kingdom), 27th June–1st July, 2016." Journal of Skyscape Archaeology 3 (1):136–141.