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Location of Sessions and Round Tables

 

Room

THURS AM

THURS PM

FRI AM

FRI PM

SAT AM

SAT PM

 

09.00 to 1300

14.15 to 1800

09.00 to 1300

14.15 to 1800

09.00 to 1300

14.15 to 16.40

ORB 123

Nordin & Artelius:
[ to 1500]
Dealing with the Dead: Bronze/Iron Age funerary rites, Northern Europe.

15.15 Forsman & Victor :
handling the body: cremation burial customs in Chalco/Bronze Age Europe

Cruz Berrocal, Fairen & Nash :
Rock art systems in local environments: landscape constructions

15.15 Finn:
Tombs, treasures and boggy ground: the past poetic

Ralph:
Chewing it over: new perspectives on food and drink

Pavlu & Kvetina:
GIS analysis within a single site

ORB 132

Willems & van den Dries:
Quality Assurance in Archaeology: the international experience

O’Rourke:
Models of archaeological organisation on highways projects

Lacey & Ryan:
'Research' in a time of Development-led archaeology?

Joubert (RT):
Decision-making in Development-led Archaeology

Oma & Kristiansen:
Formation of Bronze Age households, - from macro to micro

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ORB 156

Marciniack:
General Session: Neolithic

Gheorghiu & Nash:
Ceramic traditions and clay cultures in the European Neolithic

Smejda:
Burial monuments as social signals

Witt:
The closed context in context II

Alexander-Fitzgerald:
Heritage Administrative Law in the twenty-first century

Young & Demoule (RT):
Comm. on Arch. Legislation and organisation in Europe

ORB 212

Stene, Svensson & Holm:
Liminal landscapes – beyond the concepts of 'marginality' and 'periphery'

Hamon & Quilliec :
Hoards from the Neolithic to the Metal Ages in Europe: practices

Brown & O’Connell:
Putting the 'Archaeology' back into 'Archaeological Science'

 

ORB 255 (Thurs)

ORB 303 (Fri & Sat)

Holtorf & Smith:
Popular appeal of archaeology in the media and popular culture

Whittaker:
The Aegean Bronze Age: Relation to Wider European Context

Heckett & Andersson:
The archaeology of textiles and clothing II

Mochalov & Kouznetsov:
The Eurasian Steppe, Copper/ Bronze Age

Lange (RT):
European Reference Collection

WW5

Williams:
Developing best practice for archaeology in spatial planning

Brady:
Medieval rural settlement studies: pushing the boundaries

Cooney & Venclova:
Talking archaeology: how archaeologists communicate

May & Penrose:
Roads as Archaeology

 

WW6

Bruck:
Landscapes of Bronze Age Ireland & their NW European context

Murphy:
Deviant burial practices in the archaeological record

McCarthy & Fousecki:
Interpreting perspectives

Zubrow:
Space: the final frontier?

WW9

Challis et al:
Remote sensing and environmental modelling in alluvial landscapes

McNeil:
Cities in Ascendancy

Falk & Kyritz:
Folk beliefs and practice in medieval lives

Cornell & Fahlander:
Materiality and inter-societal confrontations

MUSIC/amphitheatre

Ar KANE G7

 

 

 

 

Hall, Vagner & Mellor: (RT)
Database of med. & post-medieval pottery production centres, Europe

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G20

Closed meeting (AREA network)

Gamito & Martins: [to 16.00]
Between antiquaries and archaeologists: the European pioneers

Kalicki & Szmoniewski:
Settlement and morphology

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G18

Hermon, Niccolluci & Seppanen:
Emerging technologies in research & dissemination of cultural heritage

Harding:
General Session: Bronze/ Iron Age

Jerem & Meier:
Landscape ideologies

Bonogofsky:
Skull collection, modification and decoration

Múscraí

Ermischer:
09.00 Comm. Professional Assocs in Arch.

Collis: 11.10 Comm. for Education and Training

Ermischer & Collis:
(Joint RT) Globalisation for archaeologists – Bologna and the consequences

Hjorungdal & Gilberg:
Pedagogy in archaeological education

Ashley, Biehl, Kansa & Tringham:
Open Knowledge in the Digital Age

Scherzler & Wait:
Archaeology and the popular media: getting the message across: Workshop (training)

Béarra

Higginbottom & Cobb :
Time and time again: notions of time in prehistory

Bouissac & Matthews (RT):
Archaeology of Gesture: Reconstructing Prehistoric Behaviour

Bloemers & Fairclough (RT):
Towards an Interdisciplinary Network to support the European Landscape Convention

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Simion & Cauuet:
Preventive archaeology & mining investment: Rosia Montana, Romania

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EE L2

N/A

Monk:
General Session: Environment, Heritage and Archaeology

Wickler:
Life on the edge: maritime archaeology from the North Atlantic rim of Europe

Fontijn, McClatchie & Stevens: Narrating the Environment: bounding social practice

Koerner & Brittain :
Iconoclash and Archaeological Image Wars: Beyond Responses to 'Crises of Interpretation' that Treat 'State of Emergency' as Norm


Information for Microsoft Powerpoint Users

 

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This should be able to read older versions of Powerpoint but may have problems with anything more recent. People with more recent versions should save their presentation in a Powerpoint 2000 format as follows:
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