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PoCA 2022

On 15 June 2022 abstracts (250 words maximum) are due for the 19th meeting of Postgraduate Cypriot Archaeology (PoCA 2022), to be held on 1-3 December 2022 hosted by The Institute of Classics – Classical and Provincial Roman Archaeology at University of Graz both in person and on-line. Title; author’s name, address, and affiliation; and abstract should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Further information is available at https://www.academia.edu/79050782/CALL_FOR_PAPERS_PoCA_2022_Graz.

 

TAG 43 Edinburgh 2022

On 31 July 2022 abstracts (200-250 words) are due for Session 23: Revolutions in the maritime world of the Late Bronze Age Aegean at the Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference: Revolutions (TAG 43 Edinburgh 2022), to be held on 15-17 December 2022 at the University of Edinburgh. Further information is available at https://tagedinburgh2022.wordpress.com/. The full list of TAG 2022 sessions is:
• Absence: Perspectives from archaeology and heritage
• An archaeology of life
• Archaeological osmosis: giving voice to those who put up with us
• Reading artefacts and excavating books. A relation between archaeology and literature
• Poetic champions compose? Archaeology and poetry
• Archaeology, heritage and social activism
• Beyond migration: How can biomolecular data help us interpret past social worlds?
• Climate archaeology: Temporalities and ontologies
• Colonial pasts and presents in Southwest Asia
• Archaeological deathways in the contemporary world
• 5000 years of (r)evolution? Decentring colonial legacies around transitions to agriculture
• Deposition in detail – Has there been a revolution, or have we missed it?
• Revolutionizing early medieval forts
• “More-than” approaches in heritagescapes of the Anthropocene: The environmental ethics of heritage
• Revisiting the fragmentation revolution
• From pencil to pixel: Revolutions in archaeological illustration and visual communication
• Gender revolutions: Assessing the impact of gender and feminist theory in archaeological research and teaching
• An archaeology of global medieval life
• Heritage-making in and after conflict
• Theoretical revolutions and popular apathy: How is the history of archaeology understood in the ‘real world’?
• Revolutions in prehistoric households and houses
• Revolutionising the Iron Age: Gender perspectives in archaeological interpretation
• Revolutions in the maritime world of the Late Bronze Age Aegean
• Migration and integration: The aftermath of immigration
• Considering a multispecies framework in archaeological interpretation: Debating the role of human and non-human beings in the past
• On the revolutionary potential of new materialist approaches: A workshop
• The revolution will not be recognised: The phenomenology of past social change
• Productive not reductive: An archaeological exploration of different differences
• Revolutionary innovations? Rethinking long-term technological change
• ‘Revolutions’ in archaeological practice: Co-creation and delivery of research strategies in academic and commercial archaeology
• Revolutions in the archaeology of early urbanism: Conceptual and methodological innovations
• Rethinking rock art: Biographies of research, new theoretical explorations and multidisciplinary approaches
• The elder trowels: What have archaeologists learned from time spent in Tamriel (etc.)?

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