Perspectives on mobility from African archaeology

Invito di Christopher Prescott (The Norwegian Institute in Rome), Per Ditlef Fredriksen (University of Oslo) e Marina Gallinaro (La Sapienza Università di Roma)
Evening Seminar: Perspectives on mobility from African archaeology
Data: 15/10/2018 – 17:00
Sede: The Norwegian Institute, Viale Trenta Aprile 33, Roma
Mobility is a key topic in the archaeological and anthropological studies. The role of mobility as an interpretative concept and subject of study has assumed renewed prominence in recent years, as a consequence of the methodological and theoretical developments in the disciplines, as well as in the wake of contemporary, global modern migrations. The workshop will explore the theme through three main case studies from the African continent in order to discuss different archaeological perspectives on mobility(ies) in Africa and more generally.
Ceri Ashley (University of Pretoria), Per Ditlef Fredriksen (University of Oslo) and Marina Gallinaro (La Sapienza University of Rome) will present case studies from Eastern, Southern and Northern Africa, followed by a general discussion with Savino di Lernia (La Sapienza University of Rome) and Christopher Prescott (The Norwegian Institute in Rome).
https://www.hf.uio.no/dnir/om/aktuelt/arrangementer/2018/africa.html