Bronze Age Forum 2017

Full Programme

Download the finalised programme:
BAF Programme_Cork 2017

Getting Here

You will find details on getting to Cork city and UCC at

Information for visitors to UCC (dining, visitor parking, etc.) is available at

University College Cork has Eduroam connectivity available throughout campus.

*Please note: On-campus food/tea/coffee services are closed on Sundays. Sandwiches and refreshments will be provided outside the lecture hall on the Boole concourse at Sunday lunchtime. There are a number of coffee shops and restaurants located just off campus - conference organisers will be happy to advise should you require.

Download UCC Campus map:
UCC Campus Map_BAF-2017

See annotated Google Map for key locations.
[Direct link at]

Times and Venues

Please see maps for further information on key locations

FRIDAY 10.11.2017

13.00 Registration
Boole Basement Concourse

14.00 Lectures commence
Boole 3 Lecture Theatre

15.20 Coffee 

18.20 Lectures conclude

18:45 Pizza and drinks
Franciscan Well Brewery (North Mall, Cork City ~15 mins walk from UCC)

SATURDAY 11.11.2017

08.30 Registration
Boole Lecture Theatres Concourse (Basement Level)

09.00 Lectures commence
Boole 1 Lecture Theatre (note change of Lecture Theatre from Friday)

10.20-10.40 Coffee
Provided at venue

12.40 Lunch

14.00 Lectures resume
Boole 1 Lecture Theatre

17.40 Lectures conclude

18.00 Conference Reception with performance by 'Ancient Music Ireland'
Aula Maxima, Quadrangle, UCC

SUNDAY 12.11.2017

09.00 Lectures commence
Boole 1 Lecture Theatre

10.20-10.40 Coffee
Provided at venue

12.40 Lunch
Provided at venue

14.00 Lectures resume
Boole 1 Lecture Theatre

15.40 Conference concludes


You can register your attendance at the following link [20 euro]:

Additional Dates Announced

To accommodate a large number of submissions, the Forum will commence on Friday 10th November at 2pm.

Bronze Age Forum 2017: Call for Papers

The next Bronze Age Forum will be held at the University College Cork, Ireland, on 11th and 12th of November 2017.

We invite you now to submit papers for the Forum.  Please supply a title and abstract (max 150 words), along with some brief details about yourself (max 50 words) to
We expect to have 20 minute slots for papers.

More information on organisational details to follow.

Please circulate this call to colleagues and students who may be interested.

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