To celebrate our 40th anniversary, the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens is hosting an international conference "Mobility and Settlement in the Eastern Mediterranean". The interaction between the various modes of mobility will form the main focus of the conference. Is it possible to identify and define cultural changes that reflect variations in mobility? Can established paths be identified, and if so, how did they change through time? Did the unequal and mutable intensity of interconnectivity play a role in rendering some communities more resilient than others through times of stress?
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies, University of Sidney (Sidney, Australia)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Stavros Paspalas, AAIA - Acting Director; Margaret Miller, Arthur and Renee George Professor of Classical Archaeology at the Universityof Sydney; Brett Myers, AAIA – Conference coordinator; Jean-Paul Descœudres, AAIA - Director of Publications
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The conference program will include three keynote lectures from distinquished speakers:
Christina Ioannou (University of Nicosia), on the Connections between Cyprus and the Near East,
Antonis Kotsonas (New York University), on Mobility and Interaction in the Northern Aegean,
Nicholas Stampolidis (University of Crete), on Crete’s External Contacts between 1000 and 600 BC.