PROGRAMME OF LECTURES - 2021The current version of the talks programme is now available here: Talks Programme.
Currently plans are for lectures on the Saturday, probably extending into the Sunday. From recent experience, we see advantage to the talks being both 'live' and 'on-line' with potentially some speakers and audience being remote while others are present at the venue. Covid 19 precautions/regulations might influence matters.
Lecture Theme: Sixty Years of Mining History Projects
You are invited to submit an abstract if you would like to give a lecture/presentation at NAMHO 2021 about a group project. Projects can be past, present or future, and range from surface and underground conservation projects through to archival studies. With hindsight and experience, would have been done the project differently? Talks on other topics will also be considered. It is intended to hold the lecture programme on the Saturday and if necessary, or for practical reasons, it may continue on the Sunday.
Presentations should be given using PowerPoint or similar. This will simplify proceedings if, for example the talks have to be split across two rooms to adhere to social distancing regulations, or ultimately the lecture programme is conducted online or at the venue from recordings.
Please send your talk abstract on half a page of A4 before the end of April 2021 to Rob Vernon (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ) giving the title of the talk, the name of the presenter and society, contact details, and a brief summary of the talk.