We finally have a place and time confirmed for the Textile Forum 2019 - it will take place from November 4 to November 10, at the Visitor's Information Centre of the Lauresham Laboratory for Experimental Archaeology in Lorsch, Germany.

The Laboratory for Experimental Archaeology is researching Carolingian life through various approaches, using an ideal type Carolingian manor with reconstructed houses, gardens, and fields for the basis of their research and as their logistical infrastructure. The concept of a Carolingian manor also includes pastures and a number of working animals as well as barns, stables, a weaving house and a space for dyeing. The Lauresham Laboratory is graciously offering us to use their museum buildings as well as the Visitor's Information Centre for our conference.

Our focus topic this year will be "Shared Warps, Shared Wefts". To learn more about the conference and the focus topic, please have a look at our Call for Papers and the general information on this page.

Registration for the conference will be opened on May 27.