Call For Abstracts

Thank you for your interest in the LAC2024 Conference.

Please read the guidelines below before submitting your abstract.

The deadline for submitting a paper for the LAC2024 conference has been extended to 01 March 2024

Call for Abstracts is now closed

Remember that

If you are Bachelor/Masters/Predoctoral and Young Researchers who have read your thesis within the last 5 years you can apply for one of the grants offered by some of our organizers and collaborators.


Abstracts MUST be submitted electronically via the online submission system by the given deadline of 19 Feb 2024.

Abstracts received via fax, e-mail or received after the deadline will not be accepted and therefore will not be considered for the programme or publication.

Abstracts are available for editing until the Abstract Submission Deadline of 19 Feb 2024.


All presenting authors will receive an acceptance/rejection notification via e-mail by 16 March 2024.

All presenting authors must register before 17 April 2024.

Author information

There is no limit to the number of authors for each paper. The first author, however, should be the lead presenter, with a maximum of two speakers per paper.

The first author (main author) is allowed to present a maximum of 2 papers with this primary/main role, although the same person can participate in several papers as author.



All abstracts must be written in English.


The abstract title is limited to 25 words.


The maximum abstract length is 300 words.

Key words:

Five key words must be provided.


You will be asked to categorize your abstract in one of the following sessions of the conference:

#001 Farm, fold, shieling: environments, animal management and the    transhumant systems in the North Atlantic región

Closed Session

#002 Surveying through changing landscapes

#003 Ecology and archaeology of forest land use legacies: charcoal analysis as analytical tools of human-induced changes

#004 All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace – Challenges and opportunities in the application of machine learning in landscape archaeology

#005 Community in the mining landscape: analysing human-environment interactions through a multidisciplinary approach

#006 The noble landscape and its residence: The powerful intersection of art, architecture and environment

#007 Computational Approaches in Landscape Archaeology: Exploring Human-Environment Dynamics and Settlement Patterns from Prehistory to Recent Times

#008 What are you doing here?

#009 Mobility, settlements and Archaeology: How ancient movements have shaped the Landscape?

#010 Archaeology of the Uplands: searching for models and methodology in high altitude human-shaped landscapes

#011 Challenging landscapes and hunter-gatherers’ subsistence and mobility

#012 Exploring the interaction between humans and their environment: The Roman Road network and associated structures through Landscape Archaeology

#013 Tracking (in)visible states and Domestic Spaces through Microarchaeology from Protohistory to Roman times: Iberia and North Africa

#014 Questioning ruins, defining townscapes. late roman urban centers at the sight of new, high-resolution, integrated archaeological methods and theories

#015 Integrated approaches to heritage landscape studies

#016 Landscapes of Desertions. Social memories, political practices and identities in a long-term perspective

#017 Bridging historical landscape ecology and landscape archaeology: common questions and challenges in a rapidly changing world

#018 Landscapes of equality: Decentralization, complexity and resistance in the political construction of space

#019 Desert and fluvial landscapes. Lights and challenges of landscape archaeology projects in the Theban area (Egypt)

#020 Ideology, production and social change. Forms of territorial organization during the 3rd to 1st centuries BCE

#021 Crisis? What crisis? New perspectives on the crisis of the Late Roman Empire

#022 Memoryscapes: Monuments, materiality, and the memorialisation of the landscape

#023 What is next? Methodological solutions for the study of archaeological landscapes: Comparative perspectives

#024 Lost in the landscape. Abandoned Towns between Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages in the Mediterranean Area

#025 Historical responses to environmental change: rethinking riverine-coastal landscape archaeology through interdisciplinary approaches

#026 ‘Three-dimensional Landscapes’. Current Applications on Survey, Analysis, and Visualization of Archaeological Landscapes

#027 No-man’s Land? Debating borders, boundaries, and frontiers as areas of interaction, connection, and exchangein Western Europe from the Chalcolithic to the Iron Age

#028 The Unsettlement of Landscapes: Reconceptualizing settlement and human movements in landscapes

#029 An evolving landscape. An analysis of the Iberian relationship between built space and material culture (4th-11th centuries)

#030 Water uses in rural economic activities: evidences for the Roman period in Hispania and the Roman West

#031 Pluriversal landscapes: understanding people, heritage and ontological contestation

#032 Rock art and megalithic monuments as key elements to understands the Late Prehistory landscapes

#033 Maritime Frontiers: insular landscapes, agency, and identity

#034 Open Session

#035 Poster Session

Oral Presentations

Paper presentations will normally be 15-20 minutes, although session organizers will establish the parameters within each session.

All presentations and questions must be delivered in English, as English is the official language of the Conference.


Posters will be displayed in an open poster session. Please present them in portrait format, with a maximum size of 90 X 120 cm. Conference staff will provide materials for fixing posters to boards. Presenters should be available for questions and discussion near their poster during the coffee and lunch breaks as much as possible.

If you have any questions, please contact