Ämnesseminariet i arkeologi
Tid: Onsdagar, klockan 13.00–15.00. OBS! Ingen akademisk kvart.
Torsdag 9 mars (hybrid: J415 ) O.B.S Torsdag!
Alice B. Kehoe is Professor of Anthropology, emeritus, Marquette University, Milwaukee, : Curraghs: The Probable Early Seacraft of Northern Europe. Chair: Bettina Schulz Paulsson.
Maritime aspects of prehistoric Europe have been little explored until very recently. Lack of direct evidence discouraged archaeologists; maritime archaeology became a serious pursuit only when scuba diving equipment permitted adequate underwater work time. We then have had professional explorations not only of sunken ships but also of sunken land such as Doggerland. Still, there is a bias toward phenomena on land and retrieved objects, without discussion of that which was likely but not recovered archaeologically.
Onsdag 12 april kl: 13.15-15.00 13.15–15.00 ( Sal: J310)
Aaron Stutz is an archaeologist and osteologist, as well as coordinator for research and development at Bohusläns Museum, Uddevalla. : Revenge of the Carrying-Capacity Concept. Or, What is Population Pressure, Really? Chair: TBC.
April 19, 13.15–15.00 (Sal: C442)
Johan Ling presents an update on the RJ Program-funded research project Maritime Encounters: A Counterpoint to the Dominant Terrestrial Narrative of European Prehistory.
April 26, 13.15–15.00 (Sal: C452)
Round Table: From Past to Present: Revisiting Memories and Histories of Indigenous Peoples of Lower Oiapoque (between the Brazilian Amazon and French Guiana) from Nimuendajú’s Records. Chair: Lilian Rebellato
May 3, 13.15–15.00 (Sal: C454)
Kristina Bengtsson presents and discusses sections of her PhD-project Det vikingatida Kungahällas roll i nordisk riksbildning. Discussant: TBC. Chair: Tove Hjörungdal.
June 7, 13.15–15.00 (campus: C456) Please note that this has been postponed from May 17
Paulina Blaesild presents and discusses sections of her PhD-project Human–Environmental Interactions in Wetlands: Mesolithic Landscape Development Studies through Palynology, Stable Isotope and SedDNA Analyses at Dagsmosse, Östergötland, Sweden. Discussant: TBC. Chair: Christian Isendahl.
May 31, 13.15–15.00 (campus: C362)
Fredrik Dahlberg presents and discusses sections of his PhD-project Bayesian Statistical Modelling and the Bell Beaker Phenomenon: An Absolute Chronology with Emphasis on Mobility and Migration in the Third Millennium BC. Discussant: TBC. Chair: Bettina Schulz-Paulsson.
June 14, 13.15–15.00 (campus: C442)
Julie Shipp presents and discusses sections of her PhD-project Historical Ecology of Changalane, southern Mozambique, from the Middle Stone Age to Early Farming Communities. Discussant: TBC. Chair: Christian Isendahl.