The Prehistoric Society

2013 EUROPA conference: The rise of Bronze Age society: new results from science and archaeology

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FRIDAY PART OF THE CONFERENCE IS NOW FULL!
We cannot take any more bookings for Friday although there are still spaces for Saturday.

 

A two-day conference celebrating the achievements of Professor Kristian Kristiansen, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Accommodation

Delegates to the EUROPA 2013 conference may wish to take advantage of a kind offer by Jury's Hotel of £49 per night B&B rate (£10 more for dual occupancy of a room).
They need to ask for Victoria Fiani (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)) and state that they are attending the Prehistoric Society conference.

Jury's Hotel can be found at 2 Thornton Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD1 2DH. 01274 848500

There may be some free accommodation available to students on a first come first served basis. Please contact Alex Gibson (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address))

Abstracts

Bronze Age Textiles in the making Sophie Bergerbrant, Norwegian University, Trondheim
Landscape re-organization and rock art in Late Bronze Age Scandinavia Peter Skoglund, University of Gothenburg
The rise of Bronze Age society: some conclusions and directions for future research Professor Kristian Kristiansen, University of Gothenburg
Johan Ling,  University of Gothenburg
Textile trade in Bronze Age Denmark – an investigation applying the strontium isotope tracing system Dr. Karin Margarita Frei, National Museum of Denmark
Dr Mads Kähler Holst, Moesgård Museum
Professor Emeritus Tim Earle, Northwestern University, Illinois
Nordic Bronze Age Beginnings Professor Helle Vandkilde, Aarhus University
Professor Mike Rowlands, University College London
Profiling the entire genomes of ancient Europeans - a pipe dream or a wonderful challenge?
Morten E. Allentoft, Natural  History Museum, University of Copenhagen
Bronze Age settlement, landscape and land use in Northwest Jutland- the Thy Project in retrospect
Jens-Henrik Bech, Thisted Museum
Anne Lene Melheim, University of Gothenburg
Creativity and Craft: Mimesis and Illusion at the Late Bronze Age / Early Iron Age site of Vukovar Lijeva Bara, Croatia
Dr Jo Sofaer, University of Southampton
Serena Sabatini, University of Gothenburg
The spread of bronze and the movement of people in prehistoric Europe Professor Douglas Price, University of Wisconsin