Interpreted Iron Ages – Appel à communication – Linz (8-10 octobre 2020)

Le musée de Haute-Autriche à Linz lance un appel à communication pour ses 8e rencontres sur l’archéologie interprétative de l’âge du Fer qui auront lieu du 8 au10 octobre 2020.

Propositions et résumés à renvoyer avant le 30 mai 2020

Call of paper : Call for Papers_Iron Ages 2020

 

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Interpreted Iron Ages 

case studies, method, theory 

9. Linzer Gespräche zur interpretativen Eisenzeitarchäologie Oberösterreichisches Landesmuseum, Linz 

8.–10.10.2018 Call for papers 

The aims of European Iron Age archaeologies are not only to classify material remains of the Iron Age past according to typological and chronological frameworks, but also to explain the societies that produced these remains. The Linzer Gespräche zur interpretativen Eisenzeitarchäologie are intended as a platform to present and discuss explanatory models, either as applied to individual case studies, or the methods employed in developing such models themselves, or the theoretical foundations underlying the interpretation of Iron Age sources. 

We warmly invite you to present your interpretations of Iron Age societies and the evidence that they have left behind at the ninth Linzer Gespräche zur interpretativen Eisenzeitarchäologie. Papers from all disciplines trying to explain the European Iron Ages, and on all topics dealing with interpretations of Iron Age contexts, are welcome. 

Conference proceedings will be published in 2021 (Studien zur Kulturgeschichte von Oberösterreich). 

SHORT PRESENTATIONS with extended opportunities for discussion (2nd day): 

Long hours of sitting in dark rooms with little chance to move about, too many long papers,… – conferences can be quite tiring and sometimes a decent conference nap beats the exchange of knowledge. 

To provide as much space as possible for human contact and exchange of ideas, we will use the 2nd conference day (9.10.) for short presentations (10 min. presentation, followed by 10 min. for discussion), with extended coffee breaks and a long lunch break providing more time and opportunities for extended discussions with speakers. Party tables will be available in the lecture room to facilitate this exchange. 

 

Please send your paper proposal (together with a ca. 500 word abstract) until 30.5.2020 to:

 Jutta Leskovar 

Oberösterreichisches Landesmuseum 

Abteilung Ur- und Frühgeschichte 

Welser Straße 20, A-4060 Linz/Leonding 

Tel.: +43/732/7720-52372 

+43/664/60072-52372 

e-mail: j.leskovar@landesmuseum.at 

www.landesmuseum.at 

Raimund Karl 

Bangor University 

School of History, Philosophy & Social Sciences 

College Road 

Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG 

Tel/FAX: +44/1248/353138 

Email: r.karl@bangor.ac.uk 

www.bangor.ac.uk 


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