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В Перу обнаружены захоронения жертв инкских жрецов Ученые, проводящие раскопки на севере Перу, обнаружили массовое захоронение времен цивилизации Инка. Примерно 30 человек были принесены в жертву около 600 лет назад (...)
The Third International Congress on Underwater Archaeology is to be held in London in 2008. In conjunction with the Institute of Field Archaeologists, the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, and supported by English Heritage, the event will be the largest conference on underwater archaeology ever held in Britain. http://www.ikuwa3.com/ (...)
В октябре 2007 г. ИЭА РАН, отдел физической антропологии, кабинет антропологии им. акад. В.П. Алексеева и Государственный Дарвиновский Музей планируют проведение конференции «Человек эпохи камня и палеометалла: его физические особенности, культура и среда обитания», приуроченной к 100-летию со дня рождения известного ученого, скульптора-антрополога и археолога М.М. Герасимова. Программа будет уточнена в зависимости от содержания заявок, которые с указанием темы доклада Оргкомитет просит присылать до 1 октября 2006 года (...)
5 - 8 Sept 2007 Organisers: University of Lodz (Lucyna Domanska) UCL (Ole Grшn) University of York (Karen Hardy) Location: University of Lodz, Poland Conference Announcement: Vast amounts of cultural customs, traditions, material expressions and cosmological universes escape the trowels of archaeologists. The aim of this conference is to focus on this invisible web of reality that formed the foundation of hunter-gatherer life and on exploring ways of integrating this with the archaeologically visible aspects of prehistoric culture. This conference will also focus on forgotten knowledge including the large amount of important ethnographies from the earlier centuries as well as more recent work. Much of this was written in languages that are not part of the current mainstream and consequently is little known and not included in current theoretical debate. As globalization continues apace, fewer and fewer pockets of traditional small-scale societies remain and this has created a sense of urgency in this important field of research. Leading ethnoarchaeologists from across the world will present their research while open discussion sessions will focus on key issues. The conference will be organized around themed geographical sessions, and ethnoarchaeological film presentations. An excursion, included in the registration fee, will take place on 8 September 2007. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/events/conferences/invisibi (...)
На сегодняшний день "Рябининские чтения" - самая представительная конференция по традиционной народной культуре на Северо-Западе России. Среди российских научных учреждений, участвовавших в конференции: Российский Этнографический музей (С.-Петербург), музей имени Андрея Рублева, Государственный исторический музей (Москва), Институт русской литературы (Пушкинский Дом) РАН, Российский институт истории искусств, С.-Петербургская государственная консерватория, Институт мировой литературы им. A.M. Горького РАН, Российский государственный гуманитарный университет (г. Москва), Институт археологии и этнографии Сибирского отделения РАН (г. Новосибирск), Институт рукописной и старопечатной книги (г. Нижний Новгород) и др. В конференции принимали активное участие сотрудники Института языка, литературы и истории КарНЦ РАН, ПетрГУ, КГПУ, Музея изобразительных искусств (г. Петрозаводск) и др (...)
July 22 – July 31, 2007, Klaip_da, Lithuania Organized by: La Sociйtй Europйenne pour l’Astronomie dans la Culture The International Society for Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture The Institute of History and Archaeology of the Baltic Sea Region, Klaip_da University Museum of the Mol_tai district In Collaboration with: The Association of Lithuanian Museums (TBC) Dear colleagues, This is the 1st announcement of the joint SEAC 15 annual meeting and Oxford VIII conference to be held in Klaip_da (Lithuania) from July 22nd to July 31st, 2007 under the title “Astronomy and cosmology in folk traditions and cultural heritage” (...)
EVA CONFERENCES INTERNATIONAL 11-13 July 2007 Call for papers Offers of Papers and Workshops by 30 November 2006 Strategies and new directions New technology developments Museums, libraries & archives Archaeology, architecture, history & information technology, ARCH- IT Rights management Education & learning ‘Putting it all together’: future trends & funding Conference Co-chairs Suzanne Keene, Institute of Archaeology, UCL James Hemsley, EVA Who should participate? Local to national and European ... those working in cultural technology ... the cultural sector ... university & culture researchers ... high tech industry ... education ... government ... media & publishing consultants ... cultural tourism ... cultural foundations. Marketing & promotion There are attractive cost-effective marketing & promotion opportunities including corporate & government sponsorship. Demonstrations, product/pervice presentations and a selected exhibition. Event manager Monica Kaayk, EVA aconom@cix.co.uk printer-friendly version | 70 reads (...)
Dear Colleagues, We are glad to inform you that an international conference on the terracotta figurines of the Eastern Mediterranean in Antiquity (7th c. B.C.-A.D. 4th c.) will take place on June 2nd-6th, 2007 at Dokuz Eylul University (DEU) in Izmir, Turkey. We warmly invite contributions by scholars and graduate students from a variety of disciplines related to this subject. Intended to bring together Turkish, European, Mediterranean, and North American scholars to discuss a range of issues concerning terracotta figurines, this conference should be an excellent opportunity to increase our knowledge of this material. It also aims to encourage dialogue among Turkish and European scholars in Classical Archaeology. The aim of this meeting is to report on the state of research concerning the terracotta figurines of Antiquity in a broad sense, between ca. 7th century B.C. and 4th century A.D. in the Greek and Roman Eastern Mediterranean. The geographical areas concerned are Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, Syria, Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, the rest of the Near East and the Black Sea countries. The focus is, however, Asia Minor (...)
Theme: Various Date: 20 - 27 May 2007 Venue: Kingston, Jamaica Website: http://ehlt.flinders.edu.au/wac/site/confer_wac-6.php WAC-6 Advisory The WAC Executive wishes to advise that plans to hold WAC-6 in Jamaica have changed. At the time of writing, there is insufficient financial support to adequately support participants from Indigenous groups and economically disadvantaged countries. Since the full participation of these groups is essential to the decision-making processes that are integral to WAC Congresses, we have decided to postpone WAC-6. The necessary support is within reach and we have several suitable venues under consideration (...)
Conference Deadline: 2006-11-05 Date Submitted: 2006-07-22 Announcement ID: 152021 International Conference Turkish Art and Archaeology 25-27 April 2007 Konya, TURKEY First Call for Papers and Sessions Selcuk University will hold its annual conference in Konya, Turkey in April 2007. The conference program addresses diverse topics related to Turkish Art and Archaeology, and will provide an excellent opportunity for scholars and practitioners from a variety of disciplines and different parts of the world to meet and discuss the many fascinating aspects of Turkish Archaeology (...)