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FECHA LÍMITE/DEADLINE/SCADENZA: 15/02/2018


FECHA CONGRESO/CONGRESS DATE/DATA CONGRESSO: 05-06-07-08/09/2018


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Faculty of Geography and History, University of Barcelona - Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Ryan Hughes ; Ashley Maxwel


INFO: web - hughesrya@gmail.com ; ashleymaxwel@mail.usf.edu


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We invite submissions for Session 254 "Mobility and Culture Change during Transitional Periods in and around the Alpine Region" as part of the EAA 24th Annual Meeting in Barcelona. The title may have a maximum of 20 words, while the abstract should be between 200-300 words. Five keywords are also allowed, separated by semicolons, with a maximum 60 characters. The deadline for submitting or modifying an abstract is 15 February 2018, 23h59 CET. To propose a paper for this session please log into the online submission form (link: https://www.e-a-a.org/eaa2018). Current and past EAA members can log in using their EAA credentials (EAA ID, username, password). For assistance with retrieving credentials, please contact the EAA Secretariat at helpdesk@e-a-a.org. New members need to sign up for EAA account first at www.e-a-a.org. You can either pay your membership fees upon signing up or at any time before 31 March 2018 when registering for the Annual Meeting at www.e-a-a.org/eaa2018. Session: #254 Theme: The archaeology of material culture, bodies and landscapes Session format: Session, made up of a combination of papers, max. 15 minutes each Title: Mobility and Culture Change during Transitional Periods in and around the Alpine Region Transitional periods, often accompanying the migrations of people and/or cultures to an area, are times of significant socio-cultural change as evidenced in the archaeological record. These periods are particularly important to study, as they can provide context and understanding to the resulting assimilation, colonization, and ethnogenesis of populations. We aim to discuss how the migration of people during key transitional periods in the history of the Alpine region altered the social, economic, and political landscapes as evidenced by human and animal remains as well as material culture. We are interested in papers dealing with various transitional periods, for example, from the Mesolithic to Neolithic, Copper Age to Bronze Age, Bronze Age to Iron Age, Pre-Roman to Roman Period, and Late Roman to Early Medieval Period. Although there are multiple methodological approaches to answering questions related to migration and socio-economic change, this session will focus on the use of archaeological science, including biochemical analyses of human and faunal remains, i.e. stable isotopes, ancient DNA analysis, and provenience studies on material remains to discuss these transitional periods in the archaeological record. We invite scholars to present papers with a geographic focus in and around the Alpine region, including Italy, France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, and Monaco who are studying (1) the impact of migration on social, economic, or political environments during key transitional periods, and (2) employing archaeological science methodologies. Keywords: Mobility, Alpine region, Archaeological Science General inquiries can be sent to hughesrya@gmail.com and/or ashleymaxwel@mail.usf.edu

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