The latest journal, No. 33 for 2012 is just out, and sexy. Why not join the Lithic Studies Society?
Flint and stone tools have been manufactured and used since the earliest times and arguably they represent the world’s oldest technology. The Lithic Studies Society was founded in 1979 to advance the international study of lithic industries, and particularly flaked and ground artefacts, in the broadest possible context. Member’s interests are diverse, spanning Palaeolithic to historic periods across many areas of the world. The Society provides a convivial forum for the exchange of ideas and information.
The Society has over 350 members from four continents. Membership is growing steadily, and they are always delighted to welcome new members. The Society is open to all who have, or would like to develop, an interest in lithic artefacts of any period. Members receive:
- The annual Journal, Lithics
- A welcome Letter
- Participation in day-meetings, talks and field excursions
- Society publications at a reduced price
- Access to the Society’s Members Area which includes access behind the Moving Wall to the very latest issues of Lithics
The membership year runs from 1st October to 30th September and the journal Lithics is published annually. The AGM takes place in October and all members are welcome. Individual rates are £15.76 (including 76p PayPal levy).