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SASnet Listserv

SASnet, an electronic network for the Society for Archaeological Sciences, has been established to facilitate discussion about the applications of methods from the physical sciences to archaeological problems and provide rapid communication among archaeometrists and archaeologists. SASnet is not just for members; the Society provides the listserv as a resource for all archaeologists who need access to technical expertise and as a forum for physical scientists to discuss the development of archaeological applications for their methods.

To Subscribe

To subscribe to SASnet you first need to be a registered user on this website. If you do not yet have a login please click on the 'Create an account' link in the login box.

Once registered please login then click on the SUBSCRIBE button on the left. You will be sent a subscription confirmation to the email address you enter and from which you may post to SASnet (only subscribers may post to SASnet).

Once subscribed, to change your digest preferences login and click on this SASnet Profile link.

By default you receive an email every time someone posts to SASnet, or you can select from a daily, weekly or monthly digest.

To Post Messages

Once you have subscribed, to send a message to the list, address it to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This is a moderated list. The moderator reserves the right to make decisions regarding the posting of messages.

Contact Moderator

Questions or concerns regarding this list should be directed to the list manager, Ben Marwick This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


SAS Blog

SAS offers additional resources to facilitate discussion and provide valuable and immediate information related to the archaeological sciences. The SAS Blog offers newsworthy items and a forum for opinion and discussion.

http://socarchsci.blogspot.com/

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