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Events in June 2014

Date / Place
Event

Tue., 3 June 2014

11:00

Leibnizstr. 1

Room 105a

Cluster 2

Tue., 3 June 2014

12:00 - 14:00

Leibnizstr. 3

Room 123

Board Meeting*

Thu., 5 June 2014

10:15 - 11:45

Institute for Pre- and Protohistory

J.-Mestorf-Str. 2-6, Room 14

Archaeological Meeting/Forum

Johannes Müller

Thu., 5 June 2014

14:15 - 15:45

Leibnizstr. 3

Room 123

Palaeoecological Colloquium

Stefanie Klooß and others

Ongoing macro-botanical studies:
1) Plant economy: the houses in the Middle Neolithic settlement Oldenburg LA 77 (Klooß)
2) Plant remains from early modern times Harburg (Wierzgon)

Wed., 11 June 2014

14:00 - 17:00

Leibnizstr. 1

Room 205 PC-Lab

Data analyses - Working group

Martin Furholt

Network Analysis

Thu., 12 June 2014

10:15 - 11:45

Institute for Pre- and Protohistory

J.-Mestorf-Str. 2-6, Room 14

Archaeological Meeting/ PhD presentations Cluster 2

Johannes Müller

Presentations by Heiko Tiede (Rekonstruktion von chalkolithischen Siedlungs- und Bevölkerungsstrukturen im Karpatenbecken sowie im Balkan), Franziska Hage, Hauke Dibbern, Karina Iwe

Mon., 16 June 2014

10:00 - 12:00

Leibnizstr. 3

Room 123

The study of ground stone tools and their social and economic interpretation

Selina Delgado Raack

Mon., 16 June 2014

11:30-12:30

Leibnizstr. 3

GS Social Room

PhD Student Meeting*

Mon., 16 June 2014

14.45

Leibnizstr. 3

Room 123

Round table Neolithic

Harry Fokkens (Leiden University)

Mon., 16 June 2014

16.15

Leibnizstr. 1

Room 204

Biweekly Colloquium

Harry Fokkens (Leiden University)

The late Neolithic in the Netherlands: trying to pose (not answer) questions that are never asked

Mon., 16 June 2014

18.00

Leibnizstr. 3

Room 123

"Cluster 4": World Cup

17-18 June 2014
postponed to Monday, June 30, 14:15

Heritage Studies

Antonia Davidovic

Compact course

Tue., 17 June 2014

14:00 - 19:00

Leibnizstr. 3

Room 123

The study of ground stone tools and their social and economic interpretation

Selina Delgado Raack

Wed., 18 June 2014

10:00 - 18:00

Leibnizstr. 3

Room 123

The study of ground stone tools and their social and economic interpretation

Selina Delgado Raack

Thu., 19 June 2014

10:00 - 18:00

The study of ground stone tools and their social and economic interpretation

Selina Delgado Raack

Thu., 19 June 2014

10:15 - 11:45

Institute for Pre- and Protohistory

J.-Mestorf-Str. 2-6, Room 14

Archaeological Meeting/Forum

Johannes Müller

Thu., 19 June 2014

14:15 - 15:45

Leibnizstr. 3

Room 123

Palaeoecological Colloquium

Henrike Roehrs

Early Middle Age economy in two settlements in the district of Segeberg, Northern Germany

Wed., 25 June 2014

12:15

Mensa 1

Westring 385

GS Mensa "Stammtisch"

Wed., 25 June 2014

14:00 - 17:00

Leibnizstr. 1

Room 205 PC-Lab

Data analyses - Working group

Martin Furholt

Network Analysis

Wed., 25 June 2014

14:15

Leibnizstr. 3

Room 123

PhD presentations Cluster 2

Presentation by Marco Zanon (Facing adverse climate and land overexploitation. Unfolding mass population displacements in the Garda Lake area during the Bronze Age.)

Thu., 26 June 2014

10:15 - 11:45

Institute for Pre- and Protohistory

J.-Mestorf-Str. 2-6, Room 14

Archaeological Meeting/ PhD presentations Cluster 2

Johannes Müller

Presentations by Kai Schmütz (Die Feuersteinartefakte vom Grabenwerk Olbetal und Megalithgrab Küsterberg), Katharina Fuchs (Anthropological and socio-archaeological analysis of a Bronze Age burial ground with key position from the Northern Caucasus), Luise Lorenz (Communication Structures of Early and Middle Neolithic Societies in North-Central Europe), Tobias Danborg Torfing (Fragments of identity. Analysing ceramic assemblages.)

Mon., 30 June 2014

14:15

Leibnizstr. 3

Room 122

Heritage Studies

Antonia Davidovic

Compact course

Mon., 30 June 2014

14.15

Leibnizstr. 1
Room 204 Room 105a

Round Table / Discussion

Mike Parker Pearson (University College London)

Mon., 30 June 2014

16.15

Leibnizstr. 1

Room 204

Biweekly Colloquium

Mike Parker Pearson (University College London)

Stonehenge: exploring multiple landscapes of the British Neolithic

*not open to the public



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