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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: Cristina Nervi ; Vincenzo Soria ; Gianluca Minetto
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We invite abstracts for a panel on ‘The Western Mediterranean Sea: a crossroad of objects, humans and ideas’.
The title may have max. 20 words and abstract min. 200 words and max. 300 words. Five keywords are allowed.
The deadline for submitting or modifying an abstract is 15 February 2018, 23h59 CET. Proposing a paper, poster or other contribution can only be done via 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).
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You can find our session 551 at: <https://tinyurl.com/y7km9evw> [Go there for many links]
The Western Mediterranean Sea: a crossroad of objects, humans and ideas. The Western Mediterranean Sea is composed of a network of interconnected coastal areas. During the centuries, the most various actors have created a multifaceted arena in which emerged a rich and a various material and intangible cultural heritage.
From Portugal to Italy, from Spain to Northern Africa, from France to Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily and Malta, it is possible to see how their archaeological, historical, cultural and ethnographic aspects are similar and comparable each other.
Nevertheless, this consideration is the “tip of an iceberg” of complex processes of construction of distinctiveness of these territories. Unveiling and analyzing clearly defined events, longstanding practices
and cross-cultural knowledge flow may help in defining and describing the specificity of the contexts or situations analyzed in a historical or ahistorical perspective.
This session deals with the analysis of the exchanges and meeting, not only intended as export/import of goods (e.g. pottery, wheat, metals), but also as cultural import/export (e.g. traditions, life styles,
building techniques, cults).
Keywords: Sardinia, export/import, insularity, centrality, culture