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TAG 2017: The Medium is the Message: Media and Mediation in Archaeology - 18-19-20/05/2017, Toronto (Canada)

11.12.2016

 

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FECHA CONGRESO/CONGRESS DATE/DATA CONGRESSO: 18-19-20/05/2017

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of Toronto (Toronto, Canada)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: TAG NORTH AMERICA, ORGANIZING COMMITTEE


INFO: web - facebook - twitter - tagtoronto2017@gmail.com


INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: Registro online / registration online / registrazione online

 

Normal / regular / normale: $130

 

Pronto pago, estudiantes, desempleados / Early bird, students and unwaged /Pago in anticipo, studenti, disocupati: $80

 

Después del 15/03/2017 / after 15/03/2017 / dopo 15/03/2017

 

Normal / regular / normale: $160

 

Pronto pago, estudiantes, desempleados / Early bird, students and unwaged /Pago in anticipo, studenti, disocupati: $100

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

 

We are happy to announce that we have 16 exciting sessions composed of 110 individual papers scheduled over two full days of meetings. A tentative schedule is now available on the TAG Toronto 2017 website, along with links to details regarding all sessions and paper abstracts:  Aquí/here/qui

 

Thursday May 18th,  2017

 

Plenary Session:  Thursday May 18, 2016 5:30-7pm

Location: Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, Toronto, ON

 

Plenary Speakers: 

 

Shannon Dawdy (Chicago)

 

Severin Fowles (Columbia)

 

Dorothy Lippert (Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History)

 

Adam Thomas Smith (Cornell)

 

Reception: 7-10pm

Massey College, 4 Devonshire Place

 

 

Friday May 19th,  2017 Morning Sessions - 9am-12pm

 

 

MEDIATION IN ARCHAEOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND ART HISTORY Room AP246, 19 Russell Street

 

THE SPACE BETWEEN: BEYOND ENVIRONMENTS AND ECOLOGIES AS MEDIATORS Room AS 107, 50 St George Street

 

ARCHAEOLOGY & HUMAN-ANIMAL RELATIONS: IS ANTHROPOCENTRISM AN ISSUE?  Room AP130, 19 Russell Street

 

ARCHAEOLOGY AND SETTLER COLONIALISM Room AP120 19 Russell Street

 

 

Friday May 19th,  2017 Afternoon Sessions - 1:30pm-5pm

 

 

PARSING POSTHUMANISM  (AP130)

 

NAVIGATING THE NIGHT OF FIRST AGES: INTERPRETING FRONTIERS IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONTEXTS (AP246)

 

THE SCALE OF THINGS: MINIATURE OBJECTS IN RELATION TO THE BODY, GEOGRAPHY AND EACH OTHER (AP120)

 

BEING PRESENT, GETTING ON TOGETHER: RE-OPENING FORECLOSED FUTURES AND MAKING LIFE IN RUINS. (AS107)

 

 

 

Saturday May 20th,  2017 Morning Sessions - 9am-12pm

 

A THING, A FIRST NATIONS ELDER, AND AN ARCHAEOLOGIST WALK INTO A MUSEUM: “I think it is time to make some changes around here.”: reevaluating perceptions of material culture (AP120)

 

THE PAST IN THE PRESENT: MEDIATING CULTURAL HERITAGE (AP130)

 

AND NOW WHAT? ARCHAEOLOGY AS RESISTANCES (AS 107)

 

FLOWING, MORPHING, MAKING: ONTOLOGIES OF WATER IN ARCHAEOLOGY  (AP246)

 

 

Saturday May 20th,  2017  Afternoon Sessions - 1:30pm-5pm

 

THE DEAD AND THE LIVING: WHERE IS ARCHAEOLOGICAL THEORY TODAY? (AP130)

 

POP GOES THE POT: ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE REPRESENTATIONS OF THE PAST IN DIFFERENT POPULAR MEDIA GENRES  (AS 107)

 

A PHILOSOPHICAL MARRIAGE: ARCHAEOLOGY AND SCIENCE   (AP120)

 

TEMPORALITIES OF INFRASTRUCTURE: MEDIATION, DURABILITY AND IMPERMANENCE IN URBAN LANDSCAPES (AP246)

 

 

A full program will be made available online shortly.

 

 

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