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Research - Education: Call for paper & poster proposals
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque in Istanbul.
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by Archaeology Newsroom

20th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists

Istanbul, Turkey, 10-14 September 2014

20th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists

Istanbul, Turkey, 10-14 September 2014

Call for paper & poster proposals now open. All paper and poster proposals should be submitted online by filling the Paper Submission Form. Call for papers & posters will be closed on January 27, 2014.

Themes

Connecting seas – across the borders

A selection of sessions on Prehistory:

Balkans and Anatolia in Prehistory: cultural interactions and barriers Maria Gurova, Jean-Paul Demoule, Burcin Erdogu

Who is on Board? Maritime Perspectives on the Prehistoric Aegean Çiler Çilingiroğlu, Marina Milić, Barry Molloy

Archaeology Across Past and Present Borders Fragmentation, Transformation and Connectivity in the North Aegean and the Balkans During the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Stefanos Gimatzidis, Magda Pieniazek, Sila Votruba

Thrace, Anatolia and Beyond: Religious and Ritual Practices Across Continents (Early Bronze through Early Iron Ages) Morena Stefanova, Maya Vassileva, Jak Yakar

The Entangled Sea – Networks of Connectivity around the Ionian-Adriatic Sea Franziska Lang, Jean-Luc Lamboley

Cultural Continuity, Transformation and Interaction in Western Anatolia and the Aegean from the Early Neolithic up until the Mid-Second Millenium BC Turan Efe, Ourania Kouka

For more sessions and further information of each session click here

Managing archaeological heritage: past and present

A selection of sessions on Prehistory:

New data on Social complexity in the Balkans and around: Prehistoric societies from the Vth millennium BC Manolakakis L., Slavchev V., Weller O.

For more sessions and further information of each session click here

Ancient Technologies in Social Context

A selection of sessions on Prehistory:

Concepts of Fortifications in Pre- and Protohistory Ariane Ballmer; Manuel Fernández-Götz; Dirk Mielke

Textiles in a social context. Textile production in Europe and the Mediterranean in the 4th and 3rd millennia BCE Małgorzata Siennicka; Agata Ulanowska; Lorenz Rahmstorf

Artisans Rule: Product Standardization and Craft Specialization in Prehistoric Society Jasna Vukovic and Ina Miloglav

Nobility versus artisans II. Crafting during the Bronze and the Iron Ages in Europe and the Mediterranean: the archaeologist’s trowel and brain Ann Brysbaert, Alexis Gorgues, Beatriz Marín Aguilera

Ritual paraphernalia: the efficacy of the material Turkan Pilavci, Céline Murphy

The Technology of Things: Material Transformations in Prehistory Emily Miller Bonney and Athena Hadji

Cooking in Prehistory Rana Özbal & Laurens Thissen

Pottery as experiment: shifting and adapting production technologies, functions and styles Maria Cristina Biella, Orlando Cerasuolo, Antonio Francesco Ferrandes, Martina Revello Lami

For more sessions and further information of each session click here

Environment and Subsistence: Geosphere, Ecosphere and Human Interactions

A selection of sessions on Prehistory:

Young Researcher Symposium: Landscape Archaeology in Greece and Turkey D. Burcu Erciyas, John Bintliff

For more sessions and further information of each session click here

Times of change: collapse and transformative impulses

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Retrieving and interpreting the archaeological record

A selection of sessions on Prehistory:

Neolithic collective burials in Europe in the later 4th millennium BC Arnaud Blin, Eleonore Pape, Anne-Sophie Marçais

A new Neolithic Trevor Watkins, Stella Souvatzi

For more sessions and further information of each session click here