Working meeting of CAAL project participants
For two years now, the Central Asian Archaeological Landscapes project, led by the University College London (UCL), has been uniting Central Asian researchers in an effort to create a unique map of the region's cultural heritage. The restrictions we all faced last year did not allow participants to follow the original schedule. Therefore, adjusting to the lingering effects of the coronavirus, which prevents UCL and IICAS teams from meeting in the field, the project team decided to arrange regular informal meetings twice a month, called "tea parties".
This is a convenient format for everyone to communicate, clarify technical details, or brainstorm trying to tackle tricky problems.