Entries by Archon

Plenary meeting CIAW: Networking in the Ancient World – 1 May 2020

Plenary meeting research group CIAW: Networking in the Ancient World Date: 1 May 2020 Venue: Utrecht EC: 1 for attendance and writing a report. Please save the date for our second plenary meeting of the OIKOS Research Group Cultural Interactions in the Ancient World (supported by ARCHON), which will take place on Friday 1 May in Utrecht. […]

Let’s Talk about Gender, Baby: rethinking Gender archaeology and new approaches

Let’s Talk about Gender, Baby: rethinking Gender archaeology and new approaches Date: POSTPONED Registration: TBA During this event, we’ll be discussing known and new theoretical approaches in Gender archaeology, such as post-colonialism, queer theory, and critic of the hegemonic masculinity. Gender archaeology attempts to give voice to women, children and no-cis categories in past times, […]

DUSANE 2020 – Dutch Symposium of the Ancient Near East

DUSANE 202o Date and place: 23 April 2020 Time: 13:00 – 19:00 Venue: van Steenis (Faculty of Archaeology), Einsteinweg 2, Leiden Credits: 1 EC for participation and an elaborate reflection report. 1 EC stands for 28 hours of study work, so the reflection report needs to be more than just a sum-up of the day. Incorporate literature […]

SCAPECON 2020: NO(E)SCAPE FROM GRONINGEN

SCAPECON 2020 Breaking boundaries: negotiating change in the Aegean Bronze Age POSTPONED! We are sorry to inform you that due to the outbreak of Covid-19 Scapecon2020 will be postponed. Although the city of Groningen currently remains virus-free, the uncertainty about the developments in the near future within and outside of the Netherlands forces us to […]

Data management for Archaeologists

DATE: 7-8 May 2020 LOCATION: UvA, BG1 3.09 (Turfdraagsterpad 9) CREDITS: 1-2 EC 1 ECT by attending the database course OR the data management workshop (and handing in a written report) 2 ECTS by attending both (and handing in a written report) Registration: fill out the registration form below. If you are not attending both days, please […]

ISOTOPIA: the potentials and limitations of isotope analyses in Archaeology

ISOTOPIA: the potentials and limitations of isotope analyses in Archaeology Date: POSTPONED Venue: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen The first day of the event will be held at the GIA, Poststraat 6, 9712 ER Groningen. The workshop on the second day will be held at the Centre for Isotope Research (CIO), Nijenborgh 6, 9747 AG Groningen.* Registration: register […]

POTTERY FROM DRAWING TO DIGITAL 3D MODEL

Skills course ‘Pottery: From Drawing To Digital 3D Model’ 28 Feb& 2 March 2020 1 EC Assesment: attending the entirety of the workshop and submitting the results (drawings and 3D models). Workshop objectives: In this workshop, you will learn how to digitize pottery drawings using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, and how to reconstruct vessels using […]

Winter School ‘Sharing Practices: Archaeological 3D Visualisation In The Netherlands’ – 20-22/02/2020

Sharing Practices: Archaeological 3D Visualisation In The Netherlands 20-22 February 2020 2 EC CALL WORKSHOP REGISTRATION (20 February 2020)! You have until 17 January 2020 to register for the Workshops session of Sharing Practices: Archaeological 3D Visualisation in the Netherlands (day 1, 20 February 2020). Please register your prefered workshops by email to info@3dvisualisationpractices.nl Registration […]

Global Geoarchaeology: theory and practice

Global Geoarchaeology: theory and practice 4-6 March 2020, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam The course takes place, Wednesday and Friday in the new NU (New University) building on the VU Campus. Thursday will be in the field. https://www.vu.nl/en/about-vu-amsterdam/contact-info-and-route/route-description/map-vu-campus/index.aspx ECTS: 2 credits for attending all days, and completing the assignments. The course will finish with a blog post and […]

Synergy 2020 – NWO

Synergy 2020 – NWO Social Sciences and Humanities Event 6 February 1 EC  On 6 February 2020, NWO-SSH organises for the third time her yearly conference, Synergy. During this leading event for social sciences and humanities (SSH), researchers, directors, policymakers and professionals from societal organisations involved in SSH research will meet. Read more about the […]