European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) conference in Barcelona - September 2018

The Material Culture and Heritage (MCH) research program will be well represented.

2018.02.09 | Jon Bendixen

Throughout this year’s European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) conference in Barcelona (September 2018), the Material Culture and Heritage (MCH) research program will be well represented! MCH will be organising five sessions, with many more members of staff presenting their latest research. The organised sessions cover a wide range of periods, from the Bronze Age to the medieval periods, and vary from material culture studies to future museum exhibitions. The list of sessions organised by MCH members is shown below; further information each topic can be found on the EAA conference page

Session: #150 – Museum Presentation in a challenged world

Theme: Museums and the challenges of archaeological outreach in the 21st century

Main organiser: Jette Linaa (Moesgaard Museum, Denmark)

Co-organisers: Mark Hall (Perth Museum & Art Gallery, United Kingdom)

 

Session: #247 - Gateway or Endpoint: Scandinavian Contacts from the Third to First Millennium BC

Theme: The archaeology of material culture, bodies and landscapes

Main organiser: Samantha Reiter (The National Museum of Denmark)

Co-organisers: Heide Wrobel Nørgaard (Aarhus University, Denmark), Paulina Suchowska-Ducke (Adan Mickiewicz University Poznan, Poland)

 

Session: #431 – Elite culture in medieval and post-medieval archaeology

Theme: The archaeology of material culture, bodies and landscapes

Main organiser: Rainer Atzbach (Aarhus University, Denmark)

Co-organisers: Felix Biermann (University of Greifswald, Germany)

 

Session: #520 – Archaeometallurgy in the 21st century

Theme: Theories and methods in archaeological sciences

Main organiser: Thomas Rose (Institute for Geosciences, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)

Co-organisers: Eveline Salzmann (Institute for Geosciences, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany), Thomas Birch (UrbNet, Aarhus University,  Denmark), Martin Odler (Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)

 

Session: #646 – What's the Use? Using artefacts found by private metal detecting for Research, Outreach, and Exhibition

Theme: The archaeology of material culture, bodies and landscapes)

Main organiser: Peter Pentz (National Museum, Denmark)

Co-organisers: Andres Dobat (Aarhus University,  Denmark), Michael Lewis (The British Museum,  United Kingdom).

Dansk

I løbet af dette års European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) konference i Barcelona (september 2018), vil Material Culture and Heritage (MCH) forskningsprogrammet være velrepræsenteret! MCH vil stå for organiseringen af fem sessioner, hvor flere medarbejdere vil præsentere deres seneste forskning. De organiserede sessioner vil dække over en bred række perioder, fra Bronzealderen til de middelalderlige perioder, samt variere fra materielle kulturstudier til fremtidige museumsudstillinger. Listen over de forskellige sessioner, der er organiseret af MCH-medarbejdere kan ses nedenfor; yderligere information om hvert emne kan findes på EAA konferencesiden!

Session: #150 – Museum Presentation in a challenged world

Tema: Museer og udfordringerne for arkæologisk rækkevidde i det 21. århundrede

Hovedorganisator: Jette Linaa (Moesgaard Museum, Danmark)

Medorganisator: Mark Hall (Perth Museum & Art Gallery, Storbritannien)

 

Session: #247 – Gateway or Endpoint: Scandinavian Contacts from the Third to First Millennium BC

Tema: Arkæologien omkring materiel kultur, kroppe og landskaber

Hovedorganisator: Samantha Reiter (Danmarks Nationalmuseum)

Medorganisatorer: Heide Wrobel Nørgaard (Aarhus Universitet, Danmark), Paulina Suchowska-Ducke (Adan Mickiewicz Univeristet Poznan, Polen)

 

Session: #431 – Elite culture in medieval and post-medieval archaeology

Tema: Arkæologien omkring materiel kultur, kroppe og landskaber

Hovedorganisator: Rainer Atzbach (Aarhus Universitet, Danmark)

Medorganisator: Felix Biermann (Greifswald Universitet, Tyskland)

 

Session: #520 – Archaeometallurgy in the 21st century

Tema: Teorier og metoder I arkæologiske videnskaber

Hovedorganisator: Thomas Rose (Institut for Geo-videnskaber, Goethe Universitet Frankfurt, Tyskland)

Medorganisatorer: Eveline Salzmann (Institut for Geo-videnskaber, Goethe Universitet Frankfurt, Tyskland), Thomas Birch (UrbNet, Aarhus Universitet,  Danmark), Martin Odler (Tjekkisk Institut for Egyptologi, Fakultet for Arts, Charles Universitet Prag, Tjekkiet)

 

Session: #646 – What's the Use? Using artefacts found by private metal detecting for Research, Outreach, and Exhibition

Tema: Arkæologien omkring materiel kultur, kroppe og landskaber

Hovedorganisator: Peter Pentz (Nationalmuseet, Danmark)

Medorganisator: Andres Dobat (Aarhus Universitet, Danmark), Michael Lewis (The British Museum, Storbritannien)

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