Conférence sessions – EAA, 30 août-3 septembre 2017, Maastricht, Pays-Bas

Du 30 août au 3 septembre 2017 aura lieu la 23e édition de l’EAA (European Association of Archaeologists) à Maastricht, Pays-Bas.

Les six grands thèmes de la conférence sont :

  • Twenty-five Years after Maastricht: Archaeology and Europe’s future
  • The Valletta Convention: the next 25 years
  • Trans- and Metadisciplinary Approaches in Archaeology
  • The ‘Third Science Revolution’ in Archaeology
  • Comparing Archaeology Across Regions and Periods
  • Interpreting the Archeological Record

Des sessions dédiées aux nouvelles technologies auront lieu dans le cadre de cette conférence :

  • le 31 août : « At the game table. Archaeology in (video)games. » et « 3D technologies in archaeological documentation, analysis and interpretation » et « Archaeological practices and knowledge work in the digital environment ». et « Hidden stories. 3D techniques as tools for exploring archaeological assemblages » et « Method, theory and interpretation. Towards an integrated framework for arcaheological geophysics » et « Visualising the Past, Part II. Exploring meaningful approaches in interpreting and presenting the archaeological record » et « GIS and geomatic approaches to historical landscape archaeology. Comparisons from one side to the other of Europe and beyond. »
  • le 1er septembre : ‘Mapping our heritage. Towards a sustainable future for digital spatial information and technologies in archaeological heritage » et « Landscapes through the lens of large-scale geophysical surveyx. Big data, big opportunities, and big challenges. » et  » Towards digital infrastructures for open, participatory, public archaeology ».
  • le 2 septembre : « In play. Archaeology in videogames as a Metadisciplinary approach »

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Dal 30 agosto al 3 settembre 2017 si terrà la 23ma edizione dell’EAA (European Association of Archaeologists) a Maastricht, Paesi-Bassi.

I sei grandi temi della conferenza sono:

  • Twenty-five Years after Maastricht: Archaeology and Europe’s future
  • The Valletta Convention: the next 25 years
  • Trans- and Metadisciplinary Approaches in Archaeology
  • The ‘Third Science Revolution’ in Archaeology
  • Comparing Archaeology Across Regions and Periods
  • Interpreting the Archeological Record

Alcune sessioni della conferenza sarano dedicate alle nuove tecnologie:

  • il 31 agosto: « At the game table. Archaeology in (video)games. » et « 3D technologies in archaeological documentation, analysis and interpretation » et « Archaeological practices and knowledge work in the digital environment ». et « Hidden stories. 3D techniques as tools for exploring archaeological assemblages » et « Method, theory and interpretation. Towards an integrated framework for arcaheological geophysics » et « Visualising the Past, Part II. Exploring meaningful approaches in interpreting and presenting the archaeological record » et « GIS and geomatic approaches to historical landscape archaeology. Comparisons from one side to the other of Europe and beyond. »
  • il 1mo settembre: ‘Mapping our heritage. Towards a sustainable future for digital spatial information and technologies in archaeological heritage » et « Landscapes through the lens of large-scale geophysical surveyx. Big data, big opportunities, and big challenges. » et  » Towards digital infrastructures for open, participatory, public archaeology ».
  • il 2 settembre: « In play. Archaeology in videogames as a Metadisciplinary approach »

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From August 30th to September 3rd will be held the 23th edition of the EAA (European Association of Archaeologists) in Maastricht, Netherlands.

The six main themes of the conference are:

  • Twenty-five Years after Maastricht: Archaeology and Europe’s future
  • The Valletta Convention: the next 25 years
  • Trans- and Metadisciplinary Approaches in Archaeology
  • The ‘Third Science Revolution’ in Archaeology
  • Comparing Archaeology Across Regions and Periods
  • Interpreting the Archeological Record

Some of the conference sessions’ will be dedicated to new technologies:

  • August 31st : « At the game table. Archaeology in (video)games. » et « 3D technologies in archaeological documentation, analysis and interpretation » et « Archaeological practices and knowledge work in the digital environment ». et « Hidden stories. 3D techniques as tools for exploring archaeological assemblages » et « Method, theory and interpretation. Towards an integrated framework for arcaheological geophysics » et « Visualising the Past, Part II. Exploring meaningful approaches in interpreting and presenting the archaeological record » et « GIS and geomatic approaches to historical landscape archaeology. Comparisons from one side to the other of Europe and beyond. »
  • September 1st: ‘Mapping our heritage. Towards a sustainable future for digital spatial information and technologies in archaeological heritage » et « Landscapes through the lens of large-scale geophysical surveyx. Big data, big opportunities, and big challenges. » et  » Towards digital infrastructures for open, participatory, public archaeology ».
  • September 2nd: « In play. Archaeology in videogames as a Metadisciplinary approach »

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Colloque – Mapping the Past: G.I.S. Approaches to Ancient History, Avril 2016, University of North Carolina

Les 8 & 9 avril 2016 à l’University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill aura lieu le colloque international « Mapping the Past: G.I.S. Approaches to Ancient History ».

Organisé par le « Ancient World Mapping Center », le colloque concernera les applications de la cartographie et des SIG à l’Histoire ancienne.

Le discours d’introduction sera délivré par le Dr. Tom Elliott (Fondateur du Ancient World Mapping Center et actuel directeur du Pleiades Project) sur “Stable Orbits or Clear Air Turbulence: Capacity, Scale, and Use Cases in Geospatial Antiquity”.

Les personnes intéressées pour participer peuvent envoyer un résumé de max.500 mots accompagné d’un court C.V. avant le 15 décembre à l’adresse suivante : awmc@unc.edu

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On April, 8 & 9, 2016 at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill will be held the conference Mapping the Past: G.I.S. Approaches to Ancient History.

The conference is organised by The Ancient World Mapping Center at UNC-Chapel Hill, and will concern digital mapping and its applications to the study of ancient history.

The introduction keynote will be delivered by Dr. Tom Elliott, founding director of AWMC and current director of the Pleiades Project) about “Stable Orbits or Clear Air Turbulence: Capacity, Scale, and Use Cases in Geospatial Antiquity”.

Interested speakers (20 minutes maximum) should submit an abstract of no more than 500 words together with a brief C.V. to awmc@unc.edu by December 15, 2015.

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