Welcome to IALA, the International Association of Landscape Archaeology, dedicated to bridge the gap between humanities and sciences, worldwide. The association has its headquarters in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and was founded in July 2017 as part of CLUE+ of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
IALA is a non-profit international association open to anyone who is interested in, engaged, or associated with landscape archaeology and related interdisciplinary studies. In order to establish a long-term collaboration between all researchers in this interdisciplinary arena IALA’s mission is to bring together all people involved in landscape research with a multi-disciplinary agenda. IALA aims to bridge the divide between sciences and humanities through higher education of young people, publications and supervising and promoting bi-annual conference organisation in order to establish a long-term sustainable development in interdisciplinary Landscape Archaeology.
IALA is looking for a Student Council. For more information, see the Student council page.