The first BE-ARCHAEO summer school! Turin 19-21 June 2023
SEAA News Blog: Lectures
Ideal Homes Domestic Materiality and Past Identities
Briefing: What happened is, we grew lonely living among the things, so we gave the clock a face, the chair a back, the table four stout legs which will never suffer fatigue.
Even what was beyond us was recast in our image Lisel Mueller. “Things” Mobile societies of the past may well have defined their sources of security and socialisation in different terms than later agricultural peoples, as an entire landscape was ‘home’ for them.
Please find a new lecture entitled "Archaeology in Japan: some reflections from the UK: Professor Simon Kaner" on the Current Archaeology Youtube Channel:
On Thursday, 7 January 2022, 7pm in Singapore (UTC+08), Singapore's Asian Civilizations Museum will host a online lecture via Zoom entitled: Two historical shipwrecks: Powerful links to Singapore's past
Lecture Series, Zurich, Spring Semester 2022 (February-June)
The Golden Peaches from Samarkand – like nothing else – stand pars pro toto for all exotic things that reached China during one of its most cosmopolitan and prosperous eras in history. Eminent scholars like Berthold Laufer and Edward H. Schafer masterfully demonstrated the earliest exchange of exotics between China and regions from across Eurasia by using linguistic, historical, and archaeological data. Beyond doubt, tremendous progress has been made in all these fields ever since.
The FLAME project will be holding a panel discussion on Monday 29 November from 17:00 to 19:30 the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. For more information, please see the following link:
Monday, 1 November, 2021, 16:00 BST, via MS Teams (Click here for the talk)
Dr Steven Acabado (UCLA): Decolonizing the Past, Empowering the Future: Communities and Archaeological Practice in the Philippines