The Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology is Europe’s leading society for the study and promotion of historical archaeology. The SPMA was founded in 1966 with the aim of promoting the archaeology of late medieval to industrial society in Britain, Europe and those countries influenced by European colonialism. The Society now covers the archaeology of the period up to the present day. To achieve this aim the Society publishes the triannual journal Post-Medieval Archaeology, and a twice yearly newsletter, as well as regular monographs, and holds conferences and meetings.
Saturday 30 January 2016
SPMA celebrates its 50th anniversary this year with a special congress at the University of Sheffield
Monday 9 November 2015
Saturday 24 October 2015
1 April — 3 April 2016
Edited by John Allan, Nat Alcock, and David Dawson
South-West England has been the focus of some of the most significant work on the early modern house and household in Britain. This volume of papers, written by many leading specialists, summarises the overall understanding of material culture, standing buildings, and their interiors, alongside case studies which publish some of the most remarkable discoveries.