Tornen els seminaris en línia del GIAP! Aquest mes de febrer de 2022 encetem la segona temporada, amb una primera sessió (en línia i en obert) prevista per al dijous 24 de febrer.
Organised by GIAP predoctoral and postdoctoral researchers, the GIAP Seminars are a reflection of their current research interests. We aim to provide glimpses of original and current research across the world, opening up new horizons in Landscape, Computational and Palaeoenvironmental Archaeology, and Bioarchaeology.
Regardless of career-stage or academic position, we invite prominent researchers that reflect the interdisciplinarity and diversity of the field. Overall, the GIAP Seminars are an excellent opportunity to foster talent, broaden interests, and network.
There will be 1-hour monthly seminars, with 45′ of talk & 15′ of discussion, from February to June 2022. Addressed to researchers and students with interest in the listed topics. More info.
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Session 1 will be next February 24, at 18 h CET, with Prof. Nena Galanidou (University of Crete).
The seminar presents the survey and excavation work conducted in the Inner Ionian Archipelago and on Lefkas since 2010 by the University of Crete.
The Inner Ionian Sea lends itself to the study of settlement history in small and barren islands and Neanderthal sea crossings in a closed and well-protected sea where the destination, the next piece of dry land, was visible and required one to cover relatively small distances by sea.
Our research has a strong regional perspective and covers the coast, the islands, and the seabed. Beyond terrestrial archaeological fieldwork, mapping the seabed and reconstructing coastline history has been part and parcel of the project. These multi-scalar archaeological and paleogeographic investigations constitute hybrid island archaeology that explores the deep history of landscape affordances and changes and the ensuing hominid and human responses.