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Rural politic 

February 24, 2017

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After a few weeks of EAA videos I thought it would be good to mix it up. Back to the CHAT conference and the Rural political session: Think big and think pig: An archaeology of rural protest  https://youtu.be/o9_Llp6XRgM Jobbe Wijen  Independent Researcher, The Netherlands. What are rural ways of protest and how can we think about these archaeologically? When tens of  thousands of refugees from Syria, Libya and Eritrea fled to Europe in 2015, Dutch society was touched  by the effects of war that, until then, could be experienced as distant – and perhaps even unimportant  to  everyday  life.  Rural  societies  were  soon  to  be  confronted  with  governmental  plans  for  the  construction of  refugee camps in their localities. When the announcement came that 500 refugees  were to be located in Heesch, this rural village became the arena of brief but intense civil protest that  made headlines across the country.  In this paper I will review the protests of January 2016 in the village of Heesch and discuss how the  methods and materials were typical for the agrarian setting in which they took place. I will address […]

Plague in diachronic and Interdisciplinary perspective

February 22, 2017

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This weeks videos come from a session at the EAA conference on the plague. Lots of presentations from people in different disciplines:   Friday, 2 September 2016, 09:00-16:00 Faculty of History, Room SP1 Author – Gutsmiedl-Schümann, Doris, Universität Bonn, Vor- und Frühgeschichtliche Archäologie, Bonn, Germany (Presenting author) Co-author(s) – Kacki, Sacha, Anthropologie des Populations Passées […]

“Gnu directions in r-chaeology”: innovations in the use of free and open source software (foss) to achieve an open archaeology

February 17, 2017

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A good way to start everyone weekend is with some open source work. Here is another video recorded session from the EAA conference: Author – Orton, David, University of York, York, United Kingdom (Presenting author) Co-author(s) – Birch, Thomas, UCL Qatar, Doha, Qatar Co-author(s) – Ot rola-Castillo, Erik, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States of […]

Petrification Processes in (Pre-)History

February 15, 2017

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Petrification of the past – not a concept I had ever thought about until we filmed this session at the EAA conference. And I am very glad that we did as it has been a very simulating topic to mull over. You can see all the presentations we filmed below discussing the topic. Session Details: […]

Placing Medieval Buildings in Context

February 10, 2017

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Buildings archaeology can be one of the forgotten aspects of archaeology because of the belief that traditional archaeology is about digging holes to find stuff and not examining standing heritage. Moreover, if a building is buried it tends to be its foundations that survive which makes if difficult for people to imagine the full 3D […]

Safe Behind Walls and Ramparts? Archaeological Perspectives on Early Modern Fortifications In The Baltic and Scandinavian Region

February 8, 2017

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Are you a big fan of castles? Are fortifications your reason for getting up in the morning? Or do you just have an interest in all things in the past? Well we have got you covered with this session we filmed at the EAA conference. Session Details: Thursday, 1 September 2016, 09:00-18:30 Faculty of History, […]

Under the Raised Roof: Creating the Space for Family and Community

February 3, 2017

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Happy Friday everyone. If you are looking for something relaxing to do over the weekend then might I suggest some nice conference videos from the EAA conference in Vilnius. Here is one of the sessions we filmed: Session Details: Friday, 2 September 2016, 09:00-16:00 Faculty of History, Room 330 Author – McCullagh, Roderick, Historic Environment […]