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유럽고고학회 2019 소개 / 25th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists



매년 1회 개최되는 유럽고고학회 Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists 가 9월 4일 부터 7일까지 스위스 베른에서 열립니다. 


이번 학회의 총 프로그램은 아래 링크와 같습니다. 


https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2019/Programme.aspx?WebsiteKey=92bb0c7f-79c0-4998-9804-b5db83f9a8b9&hkey=48f0a584-1ae8-4680-bcef-572c6fe82598&Program=2#Program


학회에서 다루어지는 세션 주제는 다음과 같습니다. 각 세션에 소속된 발표가 또 대략 6-10개 정도 있으니 전체 발표되는 연구의 숫자를 대략 짐작하실수 있을 것이라 봅니다. 


16 THE MATERIALITY OF HIGH ALTITUDES AND HIGH LATITUDES...................................................................................................................................... 11

17 MEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY IN EUROPE TODAY.................................................................................................................................................................... 12

27 ARCHAEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON REFORM AND REVOLUTION: MATERIAL CULTURE IN THE LONG ELEVENTH CENTURY.............. 12

39 RECENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION IN INHABITED MEDIEVAL RURAL SETTLEMENTS: NEW PERSPECTIVES FROM HISTORIC

COMMUNITIES PAST AND PRESENT ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 17

43 THE POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY OF WESTERN ANATOLIA IN THE LBA, AND THE REGION’S INTERACTION WITH ITS NEIGHBOURS, IN

PARTICULAR THE BALKAN......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22

46 CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN PREHISTORY AT THE EAA25 TURN: RESEARCH ADVANCES AND NEW DIRECTIONS...................................... 28

55 FORGOTTEN CASTLE LANDSCAPES: CONNECTING RESEARCH AND HERITAGE, MONUMENTS AND LANDSCAPES.................................. 34

57 FROM LOCAL TO GLOBAL. CURRENT PERSPECTIVES ON EDUCATION AND CULTURAL HERITAGE.................................................................... 38

60 BEYOND “FOUNDER CROPS”: NEW INSIGHTS INTO UNDERSTUDIED FOOD PLANT RESOURCES...................................................................... 40

66 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH - TRAININGS AND OWNED MEDIA..................................................... 43

68 15 YEARS AFTER MERRIMAN - PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY: LOOKING BACK AND THINKING ABOUT THE FUTURE ............................................ 45

69 POPULISM, IDENTITY POLITICS AND THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF EUROPE....................................................................................................................... 48

73 MESSY METHODS: HERITAGE STUDIES AND THE QUEST FOR MULTI-METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES...................................................... 51

74 DE-COLONISATION AT EAA 25 YEARS ON: THE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE CONSERVATION........... 55

76 SYSTEMIC APPROACHES TO JUVENILE FUNERARY RITUALS. ATYPICAL, DEVIANT OR NORMATIVE? GOING BEYOND PARADIGMS..... 57

81 FROM MICRO- TO MACROSCALE: IT’S ALL A MATTER OF PERSPECTIVE .................................................................................................................... 66

85 TRACKING NEOLITHISATION PROCESSES ON BOTH SIDES OF THE SINAI: A BRIDGE BETWEEN THE NEAR EAST AND NORTHEASTERN

AFRICA.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 71

88 FUNERARY PRACTICES AT ÇATALHÖYÜK AND IN THE NEOLITHIC NEAR EAST: MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ............................... 76

90 ‘MASSIVE MIGRATIONS’? MULTISCALAR AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO PREHISTORIC MIGRATIONS AND MOBILITY IN

EUROPE............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 80

91 BIOARCHAEOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO UNDERSTANDING THE LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT OF MOUNTAIN SOCIETIES...................... 84

94 WORKING WITH CERAMICS IN THE 21ST CENTURY.......................................................................................................................................................... 88

95 CPAA SESSION: ORGANISING ARCHAEOLOGISTS – ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATIONS OF EUROPE.............................................................. 94

97 MOTHERHOOD IN (PRE-)HISTORY FROM A COMBINED BIO-ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE ................................................ 97

107 LIVING (WORLD) HERITAGE CITIES. INSIGHTS FROM ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, AND

PLANNING AND DESIGN...........................................................................................................................................................................................................100

109 GETTING INTO SHAPE: RECONSIDERING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PERCEPTION, SKILL, COGNITION AND MATERIALS IN THE

DESIGN OF ANCIENT FIGURINES ...........................................................................................................................................................................................104

111 DEVELOPMENT OF HERITAGE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION..........................................................................................................................................109

114 ILLEGAL OBTAINING AND TRADE OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL ARTEFACTS: STATUS QUO AND COUNTERACTION...............................................109

121 CURRENT RESEARCH AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL POST-MEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGIES OVER THE LAST 25 YEARS .........111

125 COMMUNITIES, IDENTITIES, RITUALS. THE BRONZE/IRON AGE URNFIELDS AS A PAN-EUROPEAN PHENOMENON..................................115

128 BREAKING OLD PARADIGMS: THE ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY OF PASTORALISM IN THE INNER AREAS OF THE

MEDITERRANEAN BASIN..........................................................................................................................................................................................................121

133 ANCIENT TEXTILE PRODUCTION FROM AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH: HUMANITIES AND NATURAL SCIENCES INTERWOVEN

FOR OUR UNDERSTANDING OF TEXTILES...........................................................................................................................................................................124

140 FURNISHED INTERIORS IN THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN AND EGYPT.................................................................................................................131

142 SO CLOSE, NO MATTER HOW FAR? SKETCHING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WATER- AND LANDSCAPES ACROSS EUROPE..........134

144 TOWARDS A SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ARCHAEOLOGY........................................................................................................................140

150 DECOLONISING SPACE .............................................................................................................................................................................................................143

152 APPROACHING HEALTH STATUS, HEALTH CARE AND PEOPLE’S WELLBEING IN THE PAST FROM A DENTAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL

PERSPECTIVE...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................146

155 HOUSEHOLD TEXTILES IN AND BEYOND VIKING AGE.....................................................................................................................................................149

156 CRAFTING FOR THE USER: THE INTERSECTION OF DAILY LIFE AND OBJECT-MAKING ........................................................................................152

157 AT THE FRINGE OF EARLY NEOLITHISATION – FROM THE COASTS TO THE MOUNTAINS.....................................................................................155

162 CULTURE CONTACTS IN THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA DURING THE ROMAN AGE. POTTERY AS CULTURAL MARKER BETWEEN

TRAFFICS AND LOCAL PRODUCTIONS.................................................................................................................................................................................159

164 THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF MEDICINE AND HEALING IN PREHISTORIC AND PROTOHISTORIC EUROPE...............................................................166

168 VITRIFIED VIKINGS?....................................................................................................................................................................................................................168

169 CRIMES IN THE PAST: ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL EVIDENCE...................................................................................................172

171 CRITICAL IDEAS – REFLEXIVE ARCHAEOLOGIES ..............................................................................................................................................................178

172 TRANSITIONS IN AGRICULTURE: INTEGRATING ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCES......................................................................................................182

173 ARCHAEOLOGY OF MOUNTAINOUS LANDSCAPES IN BALKAN PREHISTORY.........................................................................................................189

174 ARCHAEOLOGY, HERITAGE AND PUBLIC VALUE...............................................................................................................................................................196

175 RESEARCH DATA AND DIGITAL CORPORA: FROM ARCHAEOLOGICAL FINDINGS TO ARTEFACTS OF THE FUTURE.....................................200

177 EAA2500 - THINKING THE FUTURE IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT................................................203

178 MACRO WEATHER – MICRO CLIMATE: LOCAL PALAEO-CLIMATE RECONSTRUCTIONS AND SOCIAL RESPONSES AT A HUMAN SCALE ...

208

179 LIFE OF THE FRONTIER: FRONTIER HERITAGES AND LIVING HISTORIES...................................................................................................................211

180 GENDER IS BURNING! 10 YEARS OF AGE COMMUNITY AND THE CURRENT STATE IN GENDER ARCHAEOLOGY .......................................214

181 SANCTUARIES OF EUBOEA ISLAND (GREECE) AND ITS COLONIES: RECENT EXCAVATIONS AND STUDIES ................................................214

184 FROM LANDSCAPE ARCHAEOLOGY TO SOUNDSCAPE ARCHAEOLOGY: THEMES, APPROACHES, AND PERSPECTIVES ........................219

185 POWER AND SATISFACTION OF NEEDS IN CENTRES OF POWER................................................................................................................................222

191 FROM SCIENCE TO HISTORY: INTERPRETING ARCHAEOMETALLURGY.....................................................................................................................227

193 PATTERNS OF THE DEEP PAST. INTERROGATING THE ‘LONG TERM’ IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY .........................................................234

196 GENDER AND OTHER BARRIERS: ARCHAEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES.......................................................................................................................237

197 CRAFTING RELEVANT STORIES: STEPS TOWARDS A SOCIALLY ENGAGED URBAN ARCHAEOLOGY ..............................................................239

198 THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF GLOBALIZATION BEYOND THE LATEST PARADIGM ...........................................................................................................241

199 RETHINKING THE INTERPRETATION OF VERTICAL PAST LAND USE ON MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTS............................................................245

200 BLOCK BY BLOCK. ARCHAEOLOGIES OF URBAN LIFE FROM CLASSICAL ANTIQUITY TO THE MIDDLE AGES................................................250

201 THE 3 DIMENSIONS OF DIGITALIZED ARCHAEOLOGY – DATA MANAGEMENT, SCIENTIFIC BENEFIT AND RISKS OF DATA STORAGE IN

ARCHAEOLOGICAL IMAGE-BASED 3D-DOCUMENTATION.............................................................................................................................................254

202 MEDIEVAL BUILDINGS AT RISK: CHALLENGES, ANALYSES, AND SOLUTIONS........................................................................................................260

203 THE AGE BEYOND ‘PARADIGMS’ - ECLECTIC SHAPES OF PROCESSUALISM 2.0? ................................................................................................262

208 GENDER AND TECHNOLOGY IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDIES OF EVERYDAY LIFE (AGE SESSION).................................................................265

209 DO WE STILL NEED LA TÈNE? PERSPECTIVES FROM THE MARGINS.........................................................................................................................268

210 METHODOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN FUNERARY TAPHONOMY............................................................................................................................271

212 ROMAN ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE 21ST CENTURY..........................................................................................................................................................275

213 HUMANS BEYOND ARROWHEADS. QUESTIONING THE INTERPRETATIVE VALUE OF ARROWHEADS AND OTHER TOOLS FOR

RECONSTRUCTING PEOPLE IDENTITIES IN PREHISTORIC SOCIETIES.......................................................................................................................277

216 NEO-JADE: NEW PATTERNS IN STONE AGE EXOTIC STONE EXPLOITATION AROUND THE WORLD.................................................................281

217 ‘UBIQUITOUS MONUMENTS, UBIQUITOUS PLACES’. CURRENT RESEARCH IN BARROW LANDSCAPES FROM PREHISTORIC TO

MODERN TIMES...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................285

218 WHY WE THINK WE KNOW WHAT THEY DID: DATA, EXPERIMENTS AND MODELS OF NEOLITHIC LAND USE..............................................289

225 ORGANIC CONTAINERS AND CERAMIC - SUPPLEMENTARY OR COUNTERWEIGHT?............................................................................................291

228 LIVING ON THE EDGE? NEW ADVANCES ON PERIPHERAL SPACE IN PREHISTORY...............................................................................................296

229 COMMUNITIES OF SOUTHERN ITALY BETWEEN THE LOCAL AND THE GLOBAL?...................................................................................................300

233 SEAC 27: CULTURAL ASTRONOMY AND ONTOLOGY: HOW CELESTIAL OBJECTS AND EVENTS HAVE FEATURED IN THE BELIEF

SYSTEMS AND COSMOLOGIES OF DIFFERENT SOCIETIES...........................................................................................................................................303

234 CROSSING NEW BORDERS: PROMOTING COLLABORATION BETWEEN EU, NON-EU AND EX-EU ARCHAEOLOGISTS...............................308

237 FROM ELEMENT CONCENTRATION TO (PRE)HISTORY – PXRF AS TOOL FOR AN INTERPRETIVE ARCHAEOLOGY.......................................309

238 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSES OF HUNTER-GATHERER LITHIC TOOL ASSEMBLAGES...................................................................................................315

239 UN-PACKAGING NEOLITHIC SOCIETIES: FROM STATIC NOTIONS TO BOTTOM-UP MODELS OF SOCIAL ORGANIZATION.........................321

240 “SWEET DREAMS (ARE MADE OF THIS)”: SUGAR POT PRODUCTION AND CIRCULATION IN EUROPE AND THE MEDITERRANEAN IN

MEDIEVAL AND POST-MEDIEVAL TIMES.............................................................................................................................................................................329

241 LET THE LEAD CLOTH SEALS SPEAK – THE PRODUCTION, TRADE AND CONSUMPTION OF CLOTH IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN

EUROPE..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................331

243 TIMES OF CHANGE: LATE NEOLITHIC LIFESTYLE AND POPULATION DYNAMICS IN CENTRAL EUROPE.........................................................335

245 WHAT IS A VILLAGE? CHALLENGING CONCEPTS AND METHODS OF IRON AGE AND MEDIEVAL VILLAGES, HAMLETS AND SINGLE

SETTLEMENTS.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................337

247 SEAC 27: FRONTIERS IN THEORY, METHODOLOGY AND EDUCATION WITHIN CULTURAL ASTRONOMY.......................................................344

248 SEAC 27: THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF ASTRONOMY: CONCEPTS OF SPACE AND TIME MATERIALISED IN CULTURES....................................348

251 THE 4TH M BC IN EUROPE: EXPLORING THE SUPRAREGIONAL ENTANGLEMENTS AS TRIGGERS FOR CULTURAL, SOCIAL AND

ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS...........................................................................................................................................................................................356

252 IN SEARCH OF CLOUDSTONES*? LITHIC RAW MATERIAL PROCUREMENT IN MOUNTAINOUS AND ALPINE REGIONS DURING THE

MESOLITHIC AND NEOLITHIC..................................................................................................................................................................................................363

255 PUBLISHING IN INTERNATIONAL, PEER-REVIEWED ACADEMIC JOURNALS............................................................................................................366

257 SPAS: A CULTURAL PHENOMENON IN THE MIRROR OF PRESENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH...............367

259 THE CREATIVE REINTERPRETATION OF MATERIAL CULTURE IN PREHISTORIC SOCIETIES: A REAPPRAISAL ...............................................369

260 DECONSTRUCTION OF PREHISTORIC ECONOMY: VALUE, BARTER AND INTERPRETATION OF NON-MONETARY FINDS IN

ARCHAEOLOGY............................................................................................................................................................................................................................374

266 A UNITED EUROPE OF THINGS: WAS THERE A COMMON HORIZON OF MATERIAL CULTURE IN THE LATE MEDIEVAL EUROPE? ...........379

268 DISABILITY AND CARE IN MEDIEVAL TIMES: A BIOARCHAEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE INTO HEALTH-RELATED PRACTICES....................381

270 ANIMALS ON THE MOVE: WHEN, HOW AND THE IMPLICATION FOR HUMANS .......................................................................................................388

271 ROCK-CUT ARCHITECTURE: COMMUNITIES, LANDSCAPES AND ECONOMY..........................................................................................................391

272 CROP HUSBANDRY ACROSS THE IRON AGE AND ROMAN PERIODS: BRINGING TOGETHER THE PICTURE OF HUMAN-CROP

INTERACTION ACROSS EUROPE.............................................................................................................................................................................................396

273 PREVENTIVE ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE POST-MALTA AGE: THE CHALLENGES TO BE FACED................................................................................400

274 KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER BETWEEN MINING COMMUNITIES .......................................................................................................................................400

279 QUANTIFYING STONE AGE MOBILITY: SCALES AND PARAMETERS...........................................................................................................................404

280 NEW APPROACHES IN BIOARCHAEOLOGY.........................................................................................................................................................................408

281 SCIENTIFIC DATING AND CENTRAL-WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN PREHISTORY: DEVELOPMENTS AND PERSPECTIVES .......................419

282 NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE BIOARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY OF CREMATED BONE............................................................................................422

283 EMERGING NODES OF POWER IN IRON AGE EUROPE: THE SEVENTH CENTURY BC.............................................................................................427

284 UNTANGLING THE FINAL PALAEOLITHIC AND EARLY MESOLITHIC IN EUROPE......................................................................................................431

286 BLADES STILL A BIG DEAL? – LAMINAR TECHNOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE PALAEOLITHIC AND MIDDLE STONE AGE.....................................437

287 ARCHAEOLOGY IN SCHOOLS. INTERNATIONAL APPROACHES IN COMPARISON..................................................................................................441

288 COMPARATIVE KINGSHIP: THE EARLY MEDIEVAL KINGDOMS OF NORTHERN BRITAIN AND IRELAND IN THEIR EUROPEAN CONTEXT ......

443

289 EUROPEAN ORIGINS AND FADING HERITAGE....................................................................................................................................................................447

290 LIVING ON THE WATER. THE PILE-DWELLING STRUCTURES BETWEEN HUMAN ACTIVITIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT ...........................449

291 CONTEXTUALIZING ARCHAEOLOGICAL ENGAGEMENT IN THE FIELD, LAB, MUSEUM, AND MEDIA................................................................453

292 PROCESS OF CHANGE FROM LATE ACHEULEAN TO EARLY MIDDLE STONE AGE / EARLY MIDDLE PALAEOLITHIC IN AFRICA AND

EURASIA.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................456

293 THE CONSERVATION ARCHAEOLOGY OF DRY STONE MONUMENTS ........................................................................................................................460

295 BETWEEN KINGS, CHIEFTAINS AND SLAVES? NEW WAYS OF TRACING SOCIAL STRATIFICATION IN THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN EARLY

BRONZE AGE.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................462

296 DISCUSSING THE VALUE AND PUBLIC UTILITY OF ARCHAEOLOGY............................................................................................................................467

301 THE ROLE OF ICAHM IN SUPPORTING ICOMOS AND UNESCO IN THE CONTEXT OF WORLD HERITAGE SITES............................................469

302 INSIGHTS INTO THE INSIDE. THE CONSTRUCTION OF RAMPARTS AND RELATED QUESTIONS ABOUT A KEY ELEMENT OF PREHISTORIC

FORTIFICATIONS..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................472

303 BUILDING BLOCKS AND BINDING AGENTS - SOCIAL AND LANDSCAPE IMPACT OF STONE BUILDING IN THE ALPS..................................477

304 ARCHAEOLOGY FOR THE PUBLIC: DEVELOPING MODELS AND TOOLS FOR ASSESSING PUBLIC OUTREACH IN ARCHAEOLOGY ........479

305 ROUNDTABLE CLIMATE CHANGE AND HERITAGE (CCH)................................................................................................................................................482

307 UNVEILING INVISIBILITY: EXPLORING KNOWLEDGE , INTERDISCIPLINARITY AND IDENTITY THROUGH THE HISTORIES OF

ARCHAEOLOGICAL COLLECTIONS ........................................................................................................................................................................................483

309 LOGISTICS AND NATURAL RESOURCES: UNRAVELLING THE DYNAMICS OF SUPPLY AND TRANSPORTATION OF BULK MATERIALS FOR

CONSTRUCTION PURPOSES ...................................................................................................................................................................................................488

310 THE IMPORTANCE OF FISHING FOR CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE EARLY AND MID HOLOCENE IN NORTHERN EUROPE...............490

315 FUNERARY PRACTICES IN LATE ROMAN PERIOD AND EARLY MIDDLE AGES..........................................................................................................492

317 CELEBRATING 25 YEARS (EAA25) OF COLLABORATION: HOW ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE EARTH SCIENCES ARE COMING TOGETHER

TO SOLVE REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS....................................................................................................................................................................................497

318 BENDING THE ARC OF HISTORY TO A LOW CARBON FUTURE ......................................................................................................................................501

319 SETTLING AT HIGH ALTITUDES. INTRA-SITE AND INTER-SITE VARIABILITY, SITE FUNCTION AND MOBILITY OF HUNTER-GATHERERS

AND THE FIRST AGRO-PASTORAL SOCIETIES....................................................................................................................................................................503

321 MOUNTAIN AND CITY, NATURE AND HUMAN BEING. A MUTUAL CONDITIONING BETWEEN HUMANS AND LANDSCAPE DURING THE

ROMAN PERIOD...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................506

322 COLLABORATIVE ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELDWORK AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN THE DIGITAL WORLD...............................................509

324 POLITICS OF HERITAGE AND NEW AUTHORITARIANISMS .............................................................................................................................................513

325 CHALLENGING CHANGE: PRACTICAL STRATEGIES FOR HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL COLLABORATION TO COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE

IN THE HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT...........................................................................................................................................................................................513

328 MENTORING FOR ARCHAEOLOGISTS (ANNUAL ROUND TABLE OF THE EAA COMMITTEE ON THE TEACHING AND TRAINING OF

ARCHAEOLOGISTS)....................................................................................................................................................................................................................518

330 UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGY IN EUROPE – WHERE DO WE STAND?......................................................................................................................518

335 ‘... IN WITH THE NEW!’ UP AND COMING ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE IN 2019.....................................................521

336 REACHES OF EMPIRE: HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY AND NEW - GLOBAL - INSIGHTS INTO EUROPEAN EXPANSION ...............................525

337 THE HAPTIC DIMENSION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL OBJECTS...........................................................................................................................................527

338 SEAC 27: ARCHAEOLOGY AND CULTURAL ASTRONOMY, BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN TRENCH AND SKY..............................................532

339 ETHICS AND PRACTICE IN THE EXCAVATION AND ANALYSIS OF HISTORIC HUMAN REMAINS AND ASSOCIATED CULTURAL MATERIAL..

532

340 BUILDING A FUTURE FOR URBAN ARCHAEOLOGY: THE URBAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL COMMUNITY AT WORK...............................................536

342 PUBLICLY SPEAKING: THE CHANGING FACE OF PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY AND INTERNATIONAL HERITAGE INTERPRETATION, EAA 25......

536

343 HERITAGE, CULTURE, IDEOLOGY AND ARCHEOLOGICAL AESTHETICS DURING DICTATORIAL REGIMES IN EUROPE AND AMERICA ...539

344 STUMBLING BLOCK OR COMMON GROUND? THE QUESTION OF STANDARDISATION OF PALAEOLITHIC AND MESOLITHIC LITHIC

ANALYSIS ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................542

346 KNOTTING, TWISTING AND PLAITING: LOOKING FOR DIRECT AND INDIRECT ARCHAEOLOGICAL EVIDENCES............................................543

347 FOOD ECONOMY AND FOODWAYS OF JEWS AND MUSLIMS THROUGH THE AGES – ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSIGHTS................................546

349 IS ARCHAEOLOGY A CITIZEN-SCIENCE? THE ROLE OF ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTIONS WITHIN OUR

SOCIETY IN QUESTION..............................................................................................................................................................................................................550

351 COMMUNITY ARCHAEOLOGY IN EUROPE...........................................................................................................................................................................552

352 FINANCING THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF MEMBERSHIP SERVICES AND SUPPORT WITHIN THE EAA ....................................................557

353 LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX.............................................................................................................................................................................................................557

355 THE POLITICS OF THE ROMAN PAST IN THE 21ST CENTURY .......................................................................................................................................559

356 THE POWER OF THE INVISIBLE. DISCUSSING SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF TRANSFORMATIONS IN TEXTILE

PRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................................................................................................562

359 URBANITAS – EXPLORING URBAN WAYS OF LIFE IN THE PAST AND IN THE PRESENT ........................................................................................564

360 IS ARCHAEOLOGY PRACTICAL?..............................................................................................................................................................................................567

361 RECONNECTING THE INTERPLAY OF FORTIFICATIONS AND RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS WITHIN THEIR LANDSCAPES: CASTLES,

MONASTERIES AND CHURCHES RE-EXAMINED...............................................................................................................................................................571

365 MANAGING (MASS) TOURISM AT HERITAGE ATTRACTIONS (SITES AND MUSEUMS): HOW DO WE BRIDGE THE GAP? ...........................574

366 HISTORY AND PREHISTORY OF SPACE: THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL VIEWPOINT .........................................................................................................576

367 STAIRWAYS TO HEAVEN? MOUNTAINOUS LANDSCAPES AS SPIRITUAL AND RITUAL TOPOGRAPHIES........................................................579

368 EAA-SAA SPONSORED SESSION: FOSTERING TRANSATLANTIC LINKS TO STRENGTHEN THE PROFESSION AND RELEVANCE OF

ARCHAEOLOGY............................................................................................................................................................................................................................586

369 RHYTHMS IN MATERIAL CULTURE.........................................................................................................................................................................................587

370 PRESIDENT´S THING 2019: 25 YEARS AFTER..................................................................................................................................................................590

371 TRIAL AND ERROR IN TIMES OF TRANSITION.....................................................................................................................................................................591

374 BABIES, BATHWATERS, WHEELS, AND CHARIOTS: ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF DAVID ANTHONY’S WORK ON EUROPEAN AND

EURASIAN STEPPE PREHISTORY...........................................................................................................................................................................................594

375 EUROPEAN CRYPT BURIALS - A HERITAGE AT RISK BETWEEN SCIENCE AND PUBLIC DISPLAY.......................................................................599

376 ISLAMICATE ARCHAEOLOGY IN EUROPE.............................................................................................................................................................................604

382 THE PRESENTATION, INTERPRETATION AND CONSERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HERITAGE SITES: TRANSNATIONAL,

DIACHRONIC AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES. PART 1...............................................................................................................................608

383 THE PRESENTATION, INTERPRETATION AND CONSERVATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HERITAGE SITES: TRANSNATIONAL,

DIACHRONIC AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES. PART 2...............................................................................................................................613

384 WRITING GRANTS FOR THE WENNER-GREN FOUNDATION...........................................................................................................................................619


학회에서 발표되는 모든 연제의 총 초록집은 아래에 링크되어 있습니다. PDF를 다운로드 받아 보시면 되겠습니다. 


EAA2019_Abstract Book_8August.pdf


이 학회의 거물급 강연이라 할 키노트 스피치는 아래에 링크 되어 있습니다. 

어떤 나라의 학문 수준이 높다는 것은 이런 대규모 학회에서 키노트 스피치를 할수 있는 사람 숫자가 많다는 의미입니다. 

대략 이 정도의 학회에서 키노트 스피치를 할 수 있다면 "대가" big guy라고 부를 수 있습니다. 

저도 꿈이 이런 학회에서 키노트 스피치를 한번 해 보는 것데, 가능할지 어떨지 모르겠습니다. 


https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2019/Programme.aspx?WebsiteKey=92bb0c7f-79c0-4998-9804-b5db83f9a8b9&hkey=48f0a584-1ae8-4680-bcef-572c6fe82598&Program=7#Program


우리 연구실은 이번에 박사를 받은 홍종하 선생이 대표로 가는데 구연을 하게 될 것 같습니다. 아래는 홍박사의 발표 연제입니다. 


이번 초록집을 대략 훑어 봤더니 국내에서는 저희 연구실 외 한분이 참석하시고 미국에 계신 한국교수님이 또 한분 참석하시는 것 같습니다. 


되도록 많은 한국분들이 참석하셨으면 합니다. 


이런 대규모 학회에는 학회 주관의 소풍이 꼭 있습니다. 이런 소풍은 가격이 저렴하고 전문적 설명을 하는 사람이 따라가기 때문에 괜찮은 선택입니다. 


아래는 그 소풍 일정표 입니다. 


https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2019/Programme.aspx?WebsiteKey=92bb0c7f-79c0-4998-9804-b5db83f9a8b9&hkey=48f0a584-1ae8-4680-bcef-572c6fe82598&Program=6#Program


작년에도 학회 괜찮은 강연은 유투브 강의가 있었습니다. 올해도 있을 것으로 생각하여 아래에 그 유투브 주소를 링크 해 둡니다. 


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDIWHHoH3kKEJJdFGjJ_KVg/videos