IWGP2019 – 18th Conference of the International Workgroup for Palaeoethnobotany

Lecce 3-8 giugno 2019
Il Congresso IWGP è un fondamentale incontro triennale tra ricercatori di estrazione biologico-naturalistica e archeologica esperti di Archeobotanica, riuniti per studiare la storia delle piante coltivate, la domesticazione, la relazione tra uomo e ambiente lungo le tappe della nostra evoluzione culturale dalla preistoria all’età moderna, le trasformazioni ambientali avvenute in seguito ai cambiamenti climatici.

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ARCHEOFEST 2019

5 e 6 Aprile 2019 Convegno “Metallurgica. Storie di artigiani, metalli e tecniche”, Museo delle Civiltà – museo preistorico etnografico “Luigi Pigorini”, Roma, con il patrocinio IIPP
Per info e registrazione: www.paleoes.com – scrivi@paleoes.com – tel: 0654952243 – cell: 3913283400
La pagina ufficiale, da cui è anche possibile scaricare l’abstract book del convegno
ARCHEOFEST
Programma Metallurgica2019

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Crossing the Alps 900-4OO BC

Crossing the Alps. Early Urbanism between northern Italy and Central Europe (900-4OO BC)
29-30 marzo 2019 Palazzo Reale, Piazza Duomo 14, terzo piano, Milano
Il convegno internazionale è un progetto congiunto delle università di Milano-Bicocca, Pavia, Edimburgo e Monaco di Baviera. L’evento, a cui hanno aderito tra i massimi studiosi a livello europeo, offrirà un’immagine inedita di uno dei temi più dibattuti nella storia antica: la nascita delle città in Europa e la complessità dell’interazione culturale durante il primo millennio a.C.

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Soils as records of Past and Present: the geoarchaeological approach

6-7 November 2019 – Bruges
In the last few decades, soil science has contributed greatly to the discussion on climatic and environmental changes, as well as to various topics of human impact on landscape and environment. Nowadays, vast amounts of soil data are collected in a large range of study fields.
In many countries soil studies are systematically integrated into archaeological investigations. Moreover, in some countries this methodology is legally required research protocol, as for
example in Belgium since 2016. This geoarchaeological approach enables the better understanding and anticipation of complex and fragile interactions between societies and their environments.
The meeting aims to address these complex issues and demonstrate how they are handled and unravelled through past and current interdisciplinary research.

Please send your intention to participate by filling in the inscription form
https://goo.gl/forms/lolKwZbsEf2Ylkag2

and any comments or questions to the email address:
meeting.2019rl@gmail.com

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Breaking old paradigms – EAA 2019

Call for papers for EAA 2019 session #128 ‘Breaking old paradigms: the archaeology and ethnoarchaeology of pastoralism in the inner areas of the Mediterranean basin’ (Theme 2: Interpreting the archaeological record: artefacts, humans, and landscapes).
Papers and posters proposal should be submitted via the EAA online submission form at https://submissions.e-a-a.org/eaa2019/. Submissions must include a title (20 words max.) and an abstract (150-300 words) accompanied by 3-6 keywords. The deadline for submissions is 14th February 2019.
For any information or query, please contact e.giannitrapani1@gmail.com
Flyer#128

Central Mediterranean prehistory at the EAA

Call for papers: EAA 2019 session #46 on ‘Central Mediterranean prehistory at the EAA25 turn: research advances and new directions’
Papers and posters are now invited for session #46 at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the European Archaeological Association (4-8 Sept 2019, Bern, Switzerland), on ‘Central Mediterranean prehistory at the EAA25 turn: research advances and new directions’ (Theme 1: Archaeological theory and methods beyond paradigms).
Papers and poster proposals should be submitted via the EAA online submission form at https://submissions.e-a-a.org/eaa2019/. Submissions must include a title (20 words max.) and an abstract (150-300 words) accompanied by 3-6 keywords. The deadline for submissions is 14th February 2019.
Session #46 can be found here: https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2019/Programme.aspx?WebsiteKey=92bb0c7f-79c0-4998-9804-b5db83f9a8b9&hkey=48f0a584-1ae8-4680-bcef-572c6fe82598&Program=3#Program
EAA#46_Poster