Biweekly Colloquia

Biweekly Colloquia: “From Practice to Transformation in Pre- and Protohistory”

Lectures by international invited experts from different disciplines presenting their research on specific topics: Mondays, 4:15 PM, on a biweekly basis. Organised by the Cluster of Excellence ROOTS & the CRC 1266.

Topic of the winter term 2020/2021 is “From Practice to Transformation in Pre- and Protohistory”
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Biweekly Colloquia cannot take place as usual and will be moved to virtual space. The Biweekly Colloquia will take place via the web conference system Zoom. Instructions on how to register and set up Zoom for CAU staff can be obtained from the CAU's computer centre website. External colleagues can participate in the Biweekly Colloquia with the free version of Zoom by using the access information sent to them.

The web conference versions of the Biweekly Colloquia will also take place as usual on Mondays from 4:15-5:45 PM.
The presentations will be streamed live, followed by a discussion round of all participants.

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Access authorization: If you wish to access the virtual Biweekly Colloquia, please contact office@roots.uni-kiel.de or office@sfb1266.uni-kiel.de.

Poster Biweekly Colloquia winter term 2020/2021

Biweekly Colloquium: “Dispersal 2.0: Population History and the Spread of Early Farming in Europe”

Dec 07, 2020 from 04:15 PM to 05:45 PM

virtual meeting

Marc Vander Linden University of Cambridge

Dispersal 2.0: Population History and the Spread of Early Farming in Europe

Despite extensive coverage in academic and popular media, the reports of the solution to the spread of farming have been greatly exaggerated. Namely, whilst recent aDNA research has indeed demonstrated the long-suggested link between population movement and the introduction of plant and animal domesticates across Europe, our understanding of how this process actually happened remains surprisingly limited. What factors were shaping the demographic expansion of this population? How much ecological and environmental parameters did influence this expansion and the known spatio-temporal in agricultural practices? To what extent local foraging communities were involved? This lecture will tackle some of these questions by focusing on the early Holocene sequence in the western Balkans and Adriatic basin, by discussing results gained from fieldwork, synthetic appraisal of museum collections and literature, and computational approaches undertaken as part of a recently completed ERC project.

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Archäologisches Kolloquium:"Über ein Bergwerk im südtiroler Hochgebirge – 700 Jahre Bergbau auf Silber, Blei und Zink am Schneeberg in Hinterpasseier. Geschichte - Technik - Archäologie"

Dec 14, 2020 from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM

"Archäologisches Kolloquium":

 

- presentation “Über ein Bergwerk im südtiroler Hochgebirge –

700 Jahre Bergbau auf Silber, Blei und Zink am Schneeberg in Hinterpasseier.

Geschichte - Technik - Archäologie“ by Claus-Stephan Holdermann, M. A. from Innsbruck

 

 

The lecture will take place in a hybrid format, further information will be provided at www.ufg.uni-kiel.de on time.

Contact: email: sekretariat@ufg.uni-kiel.de; telephone: 0431/880-2334

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Palaeo-ecological Colloquium (POEC): "Archaeobotanical investigations on Etruscian sites // Iron Age plant economy"

Dec 17, 2020

online

"Archaeobotanical investigations on Etruscians sites // Iron Age plant economy" 

Please contact Wiebke Kirleis (wiebke.kirleis@ufg.uni-kiel.de) to receive the access details.

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Biweekly Colloquium: “The Lesser Grains. Millet Consumption in Prehistoric Italy”

Jan 11, 2021 from 04:15 PM to 05:45 PM

virtual meeting

Mary Anne Tafuri Sapienza University of Rome

The Lesser Grains. Millet Consumption in Prehistoric Italy

The application of biomolecular techniques for the study of food practices in prehistoric Europe has revealed an interesting complexity. This is particularly true for the Bronze Age, where the use of ‘alternative’ grains, such as millets, has been assessed isotopically through the measurement of stable carbon (δ13C) and nitrogen (δ15N) isotope ratios in human and animal bone collagen. Earliest evidence of C4 plants consumption comes from northern Italy, with the Po plain acting as a hotspot for the development of the farming of new crops. Isotopic data from Early, Middle and Late Bronze Age sites from western Veneto and Friuli will be discussed in the light of a recent reassessment of our understanding of prehistoric food practices in Italy. Data obtained contribute to the understanding of mode and tempo of the spread of new crops in the Peninsula, which might further call for a reconsideration of food production and consumption among Bronze Age groups of southern and central Europe.

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Palaeo-ecological Colloquium (POEC): "Ongoing research on construction wood in south-eastern France"

Jan 14, 2021 from 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM

online

"Ongoing research on construction wood in south-eastern France"

Please contact Wiebke Kirleis (wiebke.kirleis@ufg.uni-kiel.de) to receive the access details.

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Archäologisches Kolloquium:"Flakstellungen, Deckungs- und Schützengräben – „Holz-Erde-Befestigungen" des 2. Weltkriegs im archäologischen Befund."

Jan 18, 2021 from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM

"Archäologisches Kolloquium":

 

- presentation “Flakstellungen, Deckungs- und Schützengräben – „Holz-Erde-Befestigungen" des 2. Weltkriegs im archäologischen Befund.by Johannes Müller-Kissing from Detmold

 

 

The lecture will take place online, the access code will be provided at www.ufg.uni-kiel.de on time.

Contact: email: sekretariat@ufg.uni-kiel.de; telephone: 0431/880-2334

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Biweekly Colloquium: “Domestication in Action – On the Archaeology of Human- Reindeer Interaction”

Jan 25, 2021 from 04:15 PM to 05:45 PM

virtual meeting

Anna-Kaisa Salmi University of Oulu

Domestication in Action – On the Archaeology of Human-Reindeer Interaction

The domestication of animals has traditionally been understood in terms of human control over the animal’s lives and the subsequent morphological, genetic and population structure change. However, this approach is not sufficient for understanding the domestication of the reindeer, or in fact, the early domestication processes of many other animal species. The commonly used domestication markers, such as morphological, genetic and population structure changes are not likely to reflect domestication in the reindeer as clearly as in many other species because of the limited and varying human influence on the reindeer’s life cycle in past reindeer pastoralism.

This presentation explores alternative ways to identify and understand reindeer domestication. Specifically, I will explore possibilities for tracing human-reindeer interactions such as draught reindeer use and reindeer feeding in the archaeological record as markers of domestication. Understanding domestication in the context on human-animal interaction is in line with current definition of animal domestication as a wide range of mutualistic relationship between human and animals. Furthermore, it allows a range of new archaeological techniques to be used as domestication markers. This lecture will present some the first archaeological results on past reindeer feeding and draught reindeer use, and their implications for human-reindeer relationships.

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Palaeo-ecological Colloquium (POEC): "Coping with crises and hazards around the 6th century AD - the bringing together of different approaches"

Jan 28, 2021 from 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM

online

"Coping with crises and hazards around the 6th century AD - the bringing together of different approaches"

 

Please contact Wiebke Kirleis (wiebke.kirleis@ufg.uni-kiel.de) to receive the access details.

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Archäologisches Kolloquium:"Das Itinerarium des menschlichen Körpers: Transformative Praktiken u. Osteobiographien."

Feb 01, 2021 from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM

"Archäologisches Kolloquium":

 

- presentation “Das Itinerarium des menschlichen Körpers: Transformative Praktiken u. Osteobiographien.by Dr. Alexander Gramsch from Frankfurt am Main

 

 

The lecture will take place online or in a hybrid format, further information will be provided at www.ufg.uni-kiel.de on time.

Contact: email: sekretariat@ufg.uni-kiel.de; telephone: 0431/880-2334

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Biweekly Colloquium: “Making Sense of Scottish Neolithic Funerary Monuments and Practices”

Feb 08, 2021 from 04:15 PM to 05:45 PM

virtual meeting

Alison Sheridan National Museums Scotland

Making Sense of Scottish Neolithic Funerary Monumentsand Practices

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Palaeo-ecological Colloquium (POEC): "Testing the Neolithic Plant Invasion Hypothesis"

Feb 11, 2021 from 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM

online

"Testing the Neolithic Plant Invasion Hypothesis"

Please contact Wiebke Kirleis (wiebke.kirleis@ufg.uni-kiel.de) to receive the access details.

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Archäologisches Kolloquium:"Recent results of social and mobility patterns from the 3rd and 2nd Millennia BC in the Carpathians Basin"

Feb 15, 2021 from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM

"Archäologisches Kolloquium":

 

- presentation “Recent results of social and mobility patterns from the 3rd and 2nd Millennia BC in the Carpathians Basin” by Dr. Viktória Kiss from the Academy of Sciences in Budapest

 

 

The lecture will be in a hybrid format, further information will be provided at www.ufg.uni-kiel.de on time.

Contact: email: sekretariat@ufg.uni-kiel.de; telephone: 0431/880-2334

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