Virtual Conference for Women Archaeologists and Paleontologists

7-8 mars 2022 sur les plateformes Zoom et Discord. Le thème général de la conférence porte sur l’étude des populations et des environnements du Néogène au Néolithique (pour le jeu de mots combinant les deux disciplines). Plus de quarante chercheuses présenteront leurs travaux à travers trois sessions scientifiques :

– Dynamics of populations and their environments through time and space
– Tracking functional and behavioral responses to environments
– Developing actualistic or experimental frameworks, and accounting for limits and biases in past records

Le 7 mars à 16h (heure française), la journée se terminera par une conférence invitée de la Dr. May Morris, directrice de recherches CNRS en biochimie, membre active de l’association Femmes et Sciences et qui a développé le premier programme de mentorat pour doctorantes en France. Sa conférence portera sur « Quitting the impostor syndrome: Weaving a network of support and confidence through mentoring », et sera suivie d’une discussion.

PROGRAMME

IMC2022: Call for papers

IMC2022 (International Mountain Conference) will be held from 11th to 15th September 2022 in Innsbruck, Austria
Focus Sessions:
a) Social strategies and rituality in ancient mountain landscapes
b) Geospatial technologies in mountain archaeology
c) The Importance of Heritage and Archaeology in Mountain Futures

We welcome contributions focusing on:
a) evidences of ancient social strategies and rituality behaviours in mountain landscapes of the world, looking for common and divergent patterns.
b) applications of GIS, spatial analysis, remote sensing and photogrammetric techniques for the study of mountain landscapes
c) case studies where archaeological or heritage data has been used to navigate pressing challenges for mountain communities, with a focus on the Himalayas

IMC is currently the largest conference focusing on a variety of mountain research topics and it follows a unique conference structure (i.e. mix of focus sessions, synthesis workshops and plenary sessions) in order to facilitate interaction among participants from a broad range of disciplines and cross-disciplinary exchange (see session formats here: https://www.imc2022.info/formats/).

If you are interested in participating, please submit your proposal before February 16th by connecting to https://www.imc2022.info/.

These focus sessions have been organised within the activities of the HOME (Human Occupation of Mountain Environment Commission) of UISPP (International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences)

Contacts:
Federica Fontana: federica.fontana@unife.it with Martin Callanan (Callanan@ntnu.no), Xavier Mangado (mangado@ub.edu) and Brian Stewart (bastew@umich.edu)
Francesco Carrer: Francesco.Carrer@newcastle.ac.uk
Hayley Saul: hayley.saul@york.ac.uk

IX Incontro Annuale di Preistoria e Protostoria “La tecnica bipolare”

X IAPP – LA TECNICA BIPOLARE. PRODUZIONE, PRODOTTI E FUNZIONE DEI MANUFATTI LITICI.IX IAPP –THE BIPOLAR TECHNIQUE. PRODUCTION, PRODUCTS AND FUNCTION OF LITHIC ARTEFACTS

L’incontro si svolgerà il 3 marzo 2022  a Genova (Dipartimento di Antichità, Filosofia, Storia – DAFIST – Università degli Studi di Genova. Via Balbi, 2 – 16126, Genova – Aula Magna).

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EEPB 2022 Call for papers

For the eighth year, the European Archaeological Center of Bibracte (Glux-en-Glenne, Burgundy, France) will host the Doctoral Meeting of the European School of Protohistory.
It will be held from 14th to 16th March, 2022 with the theme: The right scale. Correlation between data and results
The attached call for papers and registration form should be sent back to us by December 31th, 2021.

EEPB22_Call_for_Papers_EN
EEPB22_Appel_a_communications_FR

XXIII Borsa Mediterranea del Turismo Archeologico- Paestum


Venerdì 26 novembre ore 16.30 · 19.30
NEL CERCHIO DEI VENTI: LE ISOLE EOLIE CROCEVIA DI INCONTRI E CULTURE NELL’ETÀ DEL BRONZO
a cura di IIPP Istituto Italiano di Preistoria e Protostoria

modera
Massimo Cultraro Dirigente di Ricerca CNR ISPC Istituto di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale
intervengono
Rosario Vilardo Direttore Parco Archeologico delle Isole Eolie
I protagonisti della ricostruzione: il Museo Archeologico Luigi Bernabò Brea a Lipari
Maria Clara Martinelli Parco Archeologico delle Isole Eolie
Tour nell’arcipelago durante l’età del Bronzo
Massimo Cultraro  Dirigente di Ricerca CNR ISPC Istituto di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale
Navigatori ed esploratori egeo-micenei nel Mediterraneo occidentale

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