Tag: conflict archaeology

Crisis, Change and Continuity in JIA2023

ICAC PhD candidates Sergio Badenes (GIAP) and Toni Corrales (MIRMED) are leading Session 20: Crisis, Change, and Continuity: War, Economy, and Settlement through the Archaeology of the Territory, at the XIV JIA Conference on Archaeological Research (JIA2023), which is being held in Lisbon from the 6th to the 8th of September 2023. The session presented for this conference is the…
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Call for papers! JIA Lisboa 2023 conference

Two ICAC PhD researchers are organizing a session at the XIV JIA Conference on Archaeological Research (JIA), which will be held in Lisbon next September. The proposal presented for these Conferences is the intersection between the troubled period in which we currently live – climate change, migration, conflicts, and natural or anthropogenic phenomena – with…
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Next GIAP Seminar : ‘Contextualizing conflict spaces in Julius Caesar’s civil war using connectivity analysis’

Join us in the second 2022 GIAP Seminar! March 23rd 18-19h CET Beyond the battlefield: contextualizing conflict spaces in Julius Caesar’s civil war using connectivity analysis Dr. Xavier Rubio-CampilloGroup leader at DIDPATRI (Universitat de Barcelona) / Ramón y Cajal Fellow / Honorary Fellow at the University of Edinburgh Access the webinar here: https://bit.ly/JoinGIAPseminarNo registration required. Hosted in Microsoft…
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