CE-TAG 2018 „The Production of Space and Landscape“ – 8.-9. Oktober 2018

Vom 8. bis 9. Oktober 2018 findet an der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg die  5. Konferenz der ‚Central European Theoretical Archaeology Group‘ zum Thema ‚The Production of Space and Landscape‚ statt.

Conference venue: Haus zur Lieben Hand, Löwenstraße 16, 79098 Freiburg, Germany

Organizing committee: Michael Kempf and Margaux Depaermentier, Archaeological
Institute, Dep. Early Medieval and Medieval Archaeology, University of Freiburg.

Registration fee: €20 (payable upon arrival at the conference venue)

Conference language: The official language of the conference is English.

Programme (auch als downloadbares pdf sowie mit abstracts):

Monday, 8th October 2018

10:15 Registration

10:45 Conference Opening

11:00 Keynote Lecture: Moving in space and time – Thomas Meier

12:00 Lunch Break

1. Concepts and Cognition

13:30 Spaces and Places. A Foucaultian inspired theoretical commentary – Martin Renger, Stephanie Merten

13:50 Landscape, spacing and the modern megalithic thinking – Karolína Pauknerová

14:10 Is it Greek? Reconsidering social space in Ai Khanum – Artur Ribeiro, Milinda Hoo

14:30 Virgil and the production of ‚mixed‘ landscape: surroundings of
Taranto in Georgics (4.125-140) – Francesca Boldrer

14:50 Coffee Break

15:10 „Was Gott durch einen Berg getrennt hat“ … Boundaries as practice
and phenomenon of attribution – Alexander Gramsch

15:30 Physical versus cognitive maps in modeling hunter-gatherers spatial
behavior: The case of Late Paleolithic groups in the eastern part of
the North European Plain – Aleksandr Diachenko, Iwona Sobkowiak-Tabaka

15:50 Landscape Marking in the Ulúa Iconographic Tradition – Kathryn M. Hudson, John S. Henderson

16:10 Mapping the Invisible Landscape – Miguel Costa

16:30 General Discussion
17:00 Wine reception and Apéro dînatoire – Venue: Archaeological Institute, Dep. Prehistoric Archaeology, Early Medieval and Medieval Archaeology, Belfortstrasse 22, 79098 Freiburg – Inner Courtyard.

Tuesday, 9th October 2018
2. Tools and Application

9:00 “Invisible scenarios, creating space in buried context. Experiences,
limits and perspectives” – Fabiana Battistin

9:20 Modelling Mesopotamia – The production of emerging power
relations in an irrigated landscape – Maurits W. Ertsen

9:40 Testing methods for identifying boundaries in archaeology – Irmela Herzog

10:00 Errands for erratics: modelling and explaining megalithic spacing on
glacial moraines – Eva Rosenstock, Marcus Groß

10:20 Coffee Break

10:40 Diffusing archaeological space – Matthias Kucera

11:00 “The use of Space Syntax for studying buried cities: the case of the
Roman town of Falerii Novi (IT)”
Fabiana Battistin

11:20 Urban kinaesthetics – movement in constructed space – Monika Baumanova

11:40 On the orientation patterns of the Central European Neolithic circular
enclosures according to geographical regions – Judit P. Barna, Emília Pásztor, Jaromír Kovárník, István Eke

12:00 Lunch Break

13:30 On the Significance of Landscape in Minoan Archaeology – Sebastian Adlung

13:50 On the way to the mountains – Relation between the lowland and
piedmont areas in the Late Bronze Age – Anna Augustinová

14:10 An Iron Age liminal landscape on the Swabian Jura, SW Germany – Jan Johannes Ahlrichs

14:30 Coffee Break

14:50 The fragmentation of landscape – Early Medieval land-use strategies
and settlement continuity in the Upper Rhine Valley – Michael Kempf

15:10 Societies, space and structures – Susanne Brather-Walter

15:30 General Discussion

16:00 End of Meeting