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TAG-Turkey 2021

On 6-9 May 2021 TAG-Turkey III 2021: Identities will be hosted online (UTC). Further information is available at https://www.tagturkey2021.com/?lang=en. Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:
S. Cveček and C. Schwall, “Ghost Children: Fluid Identities of Children in Prehistoric Anatolia. Hayalet Çocuklar: Tarihöncesi Anadolu'da Çocukların Akışkan Kimlikleri”
A. Arslan, “Prehistorik Kil Buluntulardaki Parmak İzleri Bize Ne Anlatıyor? What Do Fingerprints on Prehistoric Clay Objects Tell Us?”
S. Mutlu, “Batı Anadolu’da Mö 5. Binyılda Kilia Figürinleri Bağlamında Kimlik. Identity in the Context of Kilia Figurines During the 5th Millennium BCE in Western Anatolia”
C. Mazzucato, “Unravelling the Knot. A Socio-Material Approach to the Study of Neolithic Megasites: The View from Çatalhöyük. Düğümü Çözmek. Neolitik Mega-Yerleşmelere Sosyo-Materyal Bir Yaklaşım: Çatalhöyük Örneği”
K. Argyraki, “The Role of Women in the Mycenaean Age. Miken Çağı'nda Kadınların Rolü”
E. Erdan, “Kadınsız Hareketlilik: Anadolu’yu Kapsayan Göç ve Kolonizasyon Süreçlerinin Eril Kimliği Üzerine Fibulalar Ekseninden Bir Yaklaşım. Mobility without Women: A Fibulae-Based Approach to the Masculine Identity of the Migration and Colonization Processes Involving Anatolia”
F. G. Slim, C. Çakırlar, and C. Luke, “Human-Pig Interactions and Group Identities in the Late Bronze Age Aegean and Anatolia. Geç Tunç Çaği Ege ve Anadolu’da İnsan-Domuz İlişkisi ve Toplumsal Kimlikler”

 

GAO 2021

On 7-9 May 2021 the Graduate Archaeology at Oxford Conference (GAO 2021): Interactions, Trade, and Mobility in Archaeology will be hosted online (GMT) in Oxford. Further information is available at https://www.gao2021.org/. Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:
F. Iacono, “Interaction and its consequences: assessing the nexus between economic interaction, mobility, and settlement dynamics in the Mediterranean Bronze Age”
D. Pollard, “Micro-Regions and ‘The Great Divide’: Connectivity as a Concept in Cross-Disciplinary Research on Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age”
J. Sienkiewicz, “Social Assemblages of Things: Drinking practices and interregional interaction in the Late Bronze Age east Mediterranean”
R. Charalampous, “Recontextualising the interactions, trade and mobility between Cyprus and Sardinia from the end of LBA to the IA”
D. Karampas and T. Theodoulou, “Crete and Maritime Archaeology: A Century of Discoveries”
P. Tzovaras, “Cultural trafficking in Greece: new perspectives on the authenticity of the Aegean lead boat models”

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