SFB 1266 - TransformationsDimensionen

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Summer School 'Reproducible Research in (Landscape) Archaeology'

17.07.2017 bis 21.07.2017

Einstein Center Chronoi, Freie Universität Berlin, Otto-von-Simson Str. 7,14195 Berlin

A change is happening at the moment. „Open“ is the new paradigm for software, data access, exchange and publication.
One of the greatest benefits of this change is that re-producible research actually becomes possible. However, there are some elementary things a researcher needs
to take care of in order to allow others (or themselves) to re-produce and re-analyze their published study. Prof. Ben Marwick, one of the leading practitioners in the context of (landscape) archaeology, will present techniques and tools for reproducible research which are applied and tested within this summer school.
Summer School 'Reproducible Research in (Landscape) Archaeology' is jointly organised by CRC 1266 and Excellence Cluster Topoi.

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Biweekly Colloquium - Divergent levels of resilience. The impact of social inequality on vulnerability towards sand drifts in the pre-modern coversand belt.

10.07.2017 von 16:15 bis 17:45

Leibnizstraße 1, Raum 204

Divergent levels of resilience. The impact of social inequality on vulnerability towards sand drifts in the pre-modern coversand belt.

Maïka de Keyzer (Utrecht University)
 

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Archäologisches Kolloquium: Mgr. Ladislav Varadzin, Ph.D., Prag

03.07.2017 von 18:30 bis 20:30

Johanna-Mestorf-Hörsaal (Eingang 4, Erdgeschoss), Johanna-Mestorf-Straße 4, R 28, EG

Vratislaus II. of Bohemia (1061-1092) and his royal program at Vysehrad (Czech Republic)

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Biweekly Colloquium - New postdoctoral fellows of GSHDL (Kiel University)

26.06.2017 von 16:15 bis 17:45

Leibnizstraße 1, Raum 204

The Pipe and the Bell: comments on human-object relations.

Artur Ribeiro

A quantitative and diachronic study about social inequality based on archaeological cultures

Ralph Großmann

Rock of Ages - Anthropomorphic rock art during the Bronze Age of Southern Scandinavia

Christian Horn

Core Questions on the Domestication of the Pig in the Middle East

Max Price

Urban space and perception at Selinous between the Classical and Early Hellenistic periods

Nicola Chiarenza
 

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Archäologisches Kolloquium: Dipl.Ing. agr. Aleksandar Medović, Novi Sad

19.06.2017 von 18:30 bis 20:30

Johanna-Mestorf-Hörsaal (Eingang 4, Erdgeschoss), Johanna-Mestorf-Straße 4, R 28, EG

Bordoš, Uivar und Gorcza - Archäobotanische Untersuchungen im südlichen Karpatenbecken.

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Archäologisches Kolloquium: Prof. Dr. Svend Hansen, Direktor Eurasien-Abteilung DAI, Berlin

12.06.2017 von 18:30 bis 20:30

Johanna-Mestorf-Hörsaal (Eingang 4, Erdgeschoss), Johanna-Mestorf-Straße 4, R 28, EG

Neue Feldforschungen zum Neolithikum in Georgien. Die Grabungen in Aruchlo 2005-2016.

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Biweekly Colloquium: Krisenmanagement in der Subsistenzwirtschaft des Mittelmeerraums

12.06.2017 von 16:15 bis 17:45

Leibnizstraße 1, Raum 204

Vortrag von Paul Halstead über Krisenmanagement in der Subsistenzwirtschaft des Mittelmeerraums

Paul Halstead (Sheffield University)
 

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Archäologisches Kolloquium - Dr. Lutz Klassen, Randers

29.05.2017 von 18:30 bis 20:30

Johanna-Mestorf-Hörsaal (Eingang 4, Erdgeschoss), Johanna-Mestorf-Straße 4, R 28, EG

Mobilität und Ritus: ein Beispiel aus der Kultur mit Grübchenkeramik Jütlands (3000-2500 v.u.Z.) 

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Biweekly Colloquium - Social hierarchy, prestige goods, warfare... What‘s behind Bronze Age fortifications?

22.05.2017 von 16:15 bis 17:45

Leibnizstraße 1, Raum 204

Social hierarchy, prestige goods, warfare... What‘s behind Bronze Age fortifications?

Mateusz Jaeger (AMU Poznan)

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Archéologie et Gobelets – Think Global, Act Local!

17.05.2017 bis 21.05.2017

Kiel University

Between 17th and 21st of May 2017 the CRC-1266 ‘Scales of Transformation’ and Graduate School ‘Human Development in Landscapes’ will jointly organise the workshop Archéologie et Gobelets in Kiel, titled:
 

“Think Global, Act Local! The Transformation of Spatial Interaction and Material Culture in Beaker Contexts of the 3rd Millennium BC in Europe”.

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Archäologisches Kolloquium - Dr. Sonja König, Aurich

15.05.2017 von 18:30 bis 20:30

Johanna-Mestorf-Hörsaal (Eingang 4, Erdgeschoss), Johanna-Mestorf-Straße 4, R 28, EG

Von China nach Ostfriesland - Das de Pottere Porzellan und die Königlich-Preußische Asiatische Compagnie in Emden nach Canton und China

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Biweekly Colloquium - Conflicts between hill 'people' and valley 'civilizations' in Eastern Himalayan landscapes

08.05.2017 von 16:15 bis 17:45

Leibnizstraße 1, Raum 204

Conflicts between hill 'people' and valley 'civilizations' in Eastern Himalayan landscapes: Northeast India, Myanmar, Yunnan

Dieter Reinhardt (Rhine-Waal University)

Part of the state building process since around 5ooo years is the myth of 'barbarians' who constantly tried to violently appropriate the economic surplus of 'civilizations' with state structures. Actually, the relation between 'civilizations', often based on new technologies of irrigation in river valleys, and 'barbarian outsiders', normally living in less productive landscapes like hills or semi-deserts, were much more complex. In general, not the 'outsiders', but more often the 'civilizations' conquered land and resources by force and other means. In the case of Eastern Himalayan (Northeast India, eastern part of Bangladesh, Myanmar, Southwest China) colonization of hilly areas intensified in the 18th century and accelerated further after the independence of India/Pakistan in 1947 and the foundation of the PR China in 1949.

The lecture will present tentative results of an ongoing research project, whose three subprojects are dealing with the following questions:

a) How far ongoing political, cultural and violent conflicts between militant groups in Northeast India and Myanmar and state security forces are connected to the old contradiction and narrative between hill 'people' and valley 'civilizations'? What is the relation between these conflicts and new forms of 'identity politics' or 'ethnonationalism'?

b) In both regions, different layers of modern and traditional property and land use rights exist. What are the effects of these layers and to which extent village economies in hilly areas are still based on 'collective use' of 'common property resources' (Elionor Ostrom)?

c) Current infrastructure projects, transboundary resource exploitation (e.g. forest, fossil fuels, minerals) and trade in the landscapes of Northeast India-Myanmar-Yunnan are conceptionalized as 'new Asian regionalism'. How fare these developments are increasing or decreasing the tensions between social groups living on hills and in valleys? Does a 'new region' actually emerge in these landscapes?

Results of several field study tours in 2015 and 2016 in border areas of Northeast India/North Myanmar and Yunnan/West.Myanmar will be presented. 

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International Open Workshop - Graduate School HDL

20.03.2017 um 09:00 bis 24.03.2017 um 16:00

Kiel University, Leibnizstraße 1

Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the Last 12,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes V.

The workshop organised by the Graduate School Human Development in Landscapes aims to bring together researchers from different disciplines to discuss the interaction between physical and social landscapes as the most profound process that catalyses human activities in space and time; and the interplay of environments, social relationships, material culture, population dynamics, and human perceptions of socio-environmental change.

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Archäologisches Kolloquium - Von China nach Ostfriesland - Das de Pottere Porzellan und die Königlich-Preußische Asiatische Compagnie in Emden nach Canton und China

13.02.2017 von 18:30 bis 20:30

Johanna-Mestorf-Hörsaal (Eingang 4, Erdgeschoss), Johanna-Mestorf-Straße

Dr. Sonja König, Aurich

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Lunchtime-Seminar G1, G2

08.02.2017 von 12:00 bis 13:30

Leibnizstraße 1, Raum 105

G1: Timescales of Change - Chronology of Cultural and Environmental Transformations

John Meadows, Thomas Meier

G2: Geophysical Prospecting, Classification and Validation of Settlement Remains in Changing Environments
Thomas Meier, Wolfgang Rabbel, Dennis Wilken

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Biweekly Colloquium - The impact of global connections and the formation of the Roman Empire (200–30 BC)

06.02.2017 von 16:15 bis 17:45

Leibnizstraße 1, Raum 204

Archäologisches Kolloquium - Die "Balkan-Migrationsroute" im 6. Jt. v. Chr. und die Transformation der ersten Bauern im westlichen Karpatenbecken

30.01.2017 von 18:30 bis 20:30

Johanna-Mestorf-Hörsaal (Eingang 4, Erdgeschoss), Johanna-Mestorf-Straße

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Eszter Bánffy, Frankfurt/Main

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Lunchtime-Seminar F4, F5

25.01.2017 von 12:00 bis 13:30

Leibnizstraße 1, Raum 204

F4: Tracing Infectious Diseases in Prehistoric Populations

Ben Krause-Kyora, Almut Nebel

F5: Social Dimensions of Technological Change
Berit Valentin Eriksen, Martin Furholt, Johannes Müller

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Biweekly Colloquium - Detecting culinary practice and plant food identities in prehistoric Europe

23.01.2017 von 16:15 bis 17:45

Leibnizstraße 1, Raum 204