Konferencer og foredrag
Her kan du finde en kronologisk oversigt over og links til planlagte konferencer og møder af arkæologisk interesse der finder sted i ind- og udland.
År 2017. Arkæologiske konferencer, symposier og foredrag
Susan Oosthuizen, University of Cambridge:
Traditions of tenure – interdisciplinary approaches to the collective exploitation of land
May 26th 10-11.30,
Moesgaard - room 4206-121
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Materials Culture Heritage Spring 2017
Overview of activities in the MCH Research Programme
Helle Vandkilde email@example.com. Participation is free
Detailed announcements will follow of individual activities 8-14 days ahead of scheduled date.
Thursday February 23thMeasuring, structuring and valuating in the prehistoric world. Speakers: Claus Clausen (Niels Bohr Institute, KU) with ‘The Megalithic Lunar Season Pointer‘ and Lorenz Rahmstorf (Saxo Institute, KU) with ‘Exchange in the Atlantic Bronze Age: new results from the study of weights, scales and weight-regulated artefacts - ERC Consolidator Grant project’. Organised by Niels N. Johannsen – AU Moesgård, Foredragssalen (4206-139) 14.00-16.30.
Thursday March 16thThe Stone Age Network meeting with Felix Riede as organiser and discussant. NB: You will need to register: https://auws.au.dk/stenalder2017 – free coffee and lunch included. Moesgård Museum (Store Auditorium) 10.00-16.00
Thursday March 30thMCH workshop 13.00-17.00 TBA
Thursday April 20thThe Godly Household during the Reformation Period. About new research directed initiatives on the occasion of the anniversary of the Reformation .Organised by Mette Svart Kristiansen and Nina Koefoed – AU Moesgård, Foredragssalen (4206-139) 13.00-17.00.
Thursday April 27thArchaeo-metallurgy: What is it good for? Provenance & Recycling. On the life history of Bronze Age metalwork. Organised by Heide Wrobel Nørgaard. Papers by Ernst Pernicka, Thomas Birch and Vana Orfanou (UrbNet), Gry Barfod (AU Geoscience) & Helle Vandkilde (AU) – AU Moesgård Foredragssalen (4206-139) 13.00-17.00.
Thursday May 4thStudent event on bronze casting. Organised by the student association
Ottar. Please contact Mikkel Borch (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
Thursday May 11thPitted Ware Culture on Djursland and beyond. Lutz Klassen and team members will present amazing new results from a Velux funded research initiative on Stone Age economy and networking. Organised by Helle Vandkilde - AU Moesgård, Foredragssalen (4206-139) 13.00-17.00.
Thursday May 18thMCH workshop 13.00-17.00 TBA
Tuesday-Friday June 20th-23thConference on Radiocarbon & Diet organised by Jesper Olsen (Geoscience). Please contact Jesper (email@example.com) for further information.
The Prehistoric Society Europa Conference 2017
The Bronze Age as Pre-modern Globalisation
University of Southampton, 23–24 June 2017 A conference celebrating the achievements of Professor Helle Vandkilde, University of Aarhus, in the field of European prehistory
EAA - møde foregår i år i Mastrict fra 30. august til 3. september
Maastricht welcomes you
The EAA board, the municipality of Maastricht, the province of Limburg and the Kingdom of the Netherlands are delighted to welcome you at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (August 30th – September 2nd, 2017) in the historic town of Maastricht. This is where twenty five years ago, on February 7th, 1992, the famous Maastricht Treaty was signed. The long term effects on archaeology of both the Maastricht Treaty and the Valetta Convention, also agreed upon in 1992, will be discussed at the meeting. In the light of the current political and social situation in Europe, and its effects on science, it was obvious to choose Maastricht’s most important landmark, the Saint Servatius Bridge (Aw Brök, or Old Bridge, in local dialect), as the meeting’s logo.
The conference venue, MECC, offers perfect facilities for professional contacts and meeting friends. To stimulate discussion and dialogue, the Maastricht meeting will allow for experimentation in the session formats.
Join us at next year’s meeting in the heart of Europe!
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John Lunde Simonsen
will be defending his higher doctoral dissertation:
Daily Life at the Turn of the Neolithic. A comparative study of longhouses with sunken floors at Resengaard and nine other settlements in the Limfjord Region, South Scandinavia
Friday 1 September 2017 at 13.00 pm
at Aarhus University, Moesgård, Moesgård Allé, Building 4206, room 139 (foredragssalen / lecture room), Højbjerg
XVIII° CONGRES UISPP in PARIS
3-9 June 2018
UISPP conference - The International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences (Union Internationale des Sciences Préhistoriques et Protohistoriques – UISPP)
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