Past events

24
May
2024

Understanding the appearance of ceramics on mainland New Guinea: Outline of recent research

Over the last 15 years archaeological research on the north coast and inland areas of mainland New Guinea and offshore islands has produced interesting...
24
May
2024

The Bioarchaeology of Roman Imperialism: A Case Study from the Danube Limes

The Bioarchaeology of Roman Imperialism: A Case Study from the Danube Limes This seminar will examine two skeletal samples from eastern Austria: one pre-Roman...
21
May
2024

Masterclass with Janet Roitman

The School of Archaeology and Anthropology together with the College of Asia-Pacific, and the Capitalism Studies Network are organizing a Science and...
20
May
2024

Platform Economies: Beyond the North-South Divide

Platform economies are depicted as the foundation for a new era of economic production. This transpires through the incorporation of digital technologies and...
20
May
2024

Prof David Wengrow: What might an archaeology of freedom look like?

What might an archaeology of freedom look like? In The Dawn of Everything, David Graeber and I describe three basic forms of human freedom: to move away, to...
17
May
2024

The Rite to know: Pushing for an archaeology of rituals in Central-East Polynesia

The archaeology of ceremonial sites (marae) has been a focus of the discipline in Central-East Polynesia since the late 19th century. Pioneer work by K.P....
17
May
2024

Embodying the Western Maya Frontier: Bioarchaeological Evidence from Comalcalco and Moxviquil, Mexico

People signal and contest identity in a variety of ways and have done so for millennia. This fundamental aspect of human societies can be examined across space...

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