Traceolab Research Seminars 2018-01-15T14:44:56+00:00
TRACEOLAB RESEARCH SEMINARS

To be announced.

PAST EVENTS

2016-2017

  • May 9th, 2017 : En finir avec l’Ethnoarchéologie!
    Professeur Olivier Gosselain (Centre d’Anthropologie culturelle & Centre de Recherches en Archéologie et Patrimoine, ULB, Belgique)
  • November 4th, 2016 : Des témoins brûlés aux comportements paléolithiques liés au feu : vers une approche « multi-proxy » de l’archéologie du feu.
    Dr. Alison Smolderen (Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, France)
  • October 4th, 2016 : Learning from models.
    Dr. Krist Vaesen (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)
  • September 21st, 2016 : “Spears shall be shaken, shields shall be splintered”: A wear-analysis approach to Bronze Age combat.
    Dr. Andrea Dolfini (Newcastle University, UK)

2015-2016

  • April 28th, 2016 : Au-delà des inventaires typologiques – Approches croisées expérimentale et fonctionnelle pour la reconstitution du fonctionnement des microlithes mésolithiques.
    Lorène Chesnaux (Ethnologie préhistorique, ArScAn, Paris)
  • March 23rd, 2016 : Inferring the diet and paleoecology of fossil primates and humans using enamel microwear texture analysis.
    Dr. Frank L’Engle Williams (Associate Professor Anthropology, Georgia State University, USA)
  • December 8th, 2015 : Juggling interpretation of Neanderthal behaviour across the last twenty years of debates.
    Marco Peresani (University of Ferrara)

2014-2015

  • July 8th, 2015 : Les soucoupes du Paléolithique ancien de l’Observatoire (Principauté de Monaco).
    Guillaume Porraz (CNRS PARIS, Institut français de Johannesburg, Afrique du Sud)
  • June 23rd, 2015 : Sticks, stones and animal bones: new discoveries at Star Carr.
    Dr. Aimée Little (University of York, UK)
  • April 29th, 2015 : Improved AMS dating of the Palaeolithic past.
    Prof. Tom Higham & Dr. Katerina Douka (Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit, University of Oxford, UK)
  • April 3rd, 2015 : An Overview of the 2014-15 Excavation Season at Kaldar Cave (Khorramabad Valley, Western Iran).
    Behrouz Bazgir
  • April 3rd, 2015 : Vegetation and use of local plant resources during the Late Pleistocene: case studies from in SW Germany and NW Bulgaria.
    Dr. Elena Marinova (Institut des Sciences Naturelles & KUL)
  • February 10th, 2015 : Systèmes de production et systèmes de mobilité dans le Paléolithique supérieur récent méditerranéen : le cas de l’Epigravettien dans le Sud-Est de la France et en Italie.
    Dr. Antonin Tomasso (Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, France)
  • January 15th, 2015 : Towards an archaeology of mind in the final Palaeolithic: looking for new avenues to understand cultural behavior and material change in the Pleistocene-Holocene transition.
    Prof. Marc De Bie (University of Brussels, VUB & Archaelogical Heritage Institute, Agentschap Onroerend Erfgoed)
  • January 9th, 2015 : Taphonomie des ensembles lithiques.
    Dr. Pascal Depaepe (INRAP)
  • December 10th, 2014 : A biographical study of Middle and Late Neolithic amber, jet and bone ornaments from funerary context: contributions from the microscope.
    Prof. Annelou Van Gijn (Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands)
  • December 5th, 2014 : Hunting high and low: Reconstructing Upper Palaeolithic Hunting Strategies.
    Dr. Valentina Borgia (Cambridge University, UK)
  • September 25th, 2014 : Bipolar knapping in Howiesons Poort: the case of Grey Sand Sibudu Cave, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
    Dr. Paloma de la Peña (Universty of Witwatersrand, South Africa)

2013-2014

  • April 29th, 2014 : Kesselt-Op de Schans and the Lower / Middle Palaeolithic transition in Northwestern Europe.
    Dr. Ann Van Baelen (University of Leuven, Belgium)
  • December 12th, 2013 : Le processus historique de l’origine du Paléolithique supérieur.
    Prof. Philip Van Peer (University of Leuven, Belgium)
  • October 10th, 2013 : Like a Rolling Stone. L’influence des fleuves sur les sites paléolithiques en Europe du Nord.
    Dr. Wei Chu (University of Reading, UK)
  • October 2nd, 2013 : New excavations and early complexity at Australia’s oldest site, Malakunanja II, Northern Territory.
    Prof. Chris Clarkson (University of Queensland, Australia)
  • October 1st, 2013 : Grinding stones and grinding grounds: archaeological traces of Aboriginal subsistence and resource use in Australia.
    Prof. Richard Fullagar (University of Wollongong, Australia)