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Preliminary Programme at a Glance

All times in the congress programme are in Central European Summer Time – CEST (UTC + 2).

 

Sunday 3 July 2022

15:00–20:00 Registration
17:00–20:00 Opening ceremony
20:00–22:00 Welcome reception
 

Monday 4 July 2022

  Room A1
NEUSTUPNÝ
Room B1
BINFORD
Room B2
UCKO
Room C2
CHILDE
Room C1
KERN
Foyer West
MONTELIUS
Lounge
GIMBUTAS

(only virtual sessions)
08:00–09:30 C08-13
A Critical Visualization of Archaeological Time

 
B05-01
From Ethics to “New Ethics” – Theory and Praxis

 
D12-05
Repatriation, Restitution, and Reburial from a South American Perspective

 
A03-07
Archaeologies of pain and resistance: unveiling subaltern stories

 
C07-05
From community engagement to engaged community: lessons from public archaeology for sustainable heritage

 
F15-17
Archaeology of meat – Meat as source of nutrition, status and identity

 
 
09:30–09:50 break
09:50–11:05 Z21-06
Remote sensing in the documentation, monitoring and research of archaeological landscapes

1/2
C09-02
Heritage Tourism: A boon or threat for Management & Sustainability of Heritage sites

 
H19-04
Fields, peoples and power: approaches to agrarian archaeologies of the preindustrial world

1/2
D11-01
Recent Issues and Future Possibilities of Public Archaeology and Anthropology on Indigenous People in East Asia

1/2
A01-07
From within: current approaches to the study of human/other-than-humans in (rock) art studies

1/2
F15-20
Social archaeology

1/2
C07-06
Recipes for community-engaged art and archaeology

 
11:05–11:25 break
11:25–12:55 Z21-06
Remote sensing in the documentation, monitoring and research of archaeological landscapes

2/2
F15-21
Artefactual Archaeology

1/2
H19-04
Fields, peoples and power: approaches to agrarian archaeologies of the preindustrial world

2/2
D11-01
Recent Issues and Future Possibilities of Public Archaeology and Anthropology on Indigenous People in East Asia

2/2
A01-07
From within: current approaches to the study of human/other-than-humans in (rock) art studies

2/2
F15-20
Social archaeology

2/2
E14-04
Cultural interactions across the Bay of Bengal and beyond

 
12:55–14:15 break
14:15–15:45 WAC Plenary #1
1/2
F15-21
Artefactual Archaeology

2/2
C07-02
Straight talk: What does and what does not constitute community archaeology?

 
F16-06
Cave Ontologies: Why are caves significant to humans?

1/3
F15-12
Crafting identities through ceramic practice. Global histories on the origins of pottery technology among foragers

1/2
H19-10
The human – environment conundrum in palaeoanthropology through the integration of high-resolution multi-proxy techniques

1/2
 
15:45–16:05 break
16:05–17:05 WAC Plenary #1
2/2
C08-02
Changing heritage policy and practice in the Middle East in an age of neoliberalism

1/2
A02-05
Ethnoarchaeology: From Research Tool to Foundational Archaeological Epistemology

1/2
F16-06
Cave Ontologies: Why are caves significant to humans?

2/3
F15-12
Crafting identities through ceramic practice. Global histories on the origins of pottery technology among foragers

2/2
H19-10
The human – environment conundrum in palaeoanthropology through the integration of high-resolution multi-proxy techniques

2/2
 
17:05–17:25 break
17:25–18:40 Z21-15
The collapse of ancient societies

 
C08-02
Changing heritage policy and practice in the Middle East in an age of neoliberalism

2/2
A02-05
Ethnoarchaeology: From Research Tool to Foundational Archaeological Epistemology

2/2
F16-06
Cave Ontologies: Why are caves significant to humans?

3/3
F15-13
Vernacular & Indigenous Material Culture and Architecture – Tracing the Homogeneity and Diversity

 
F15-04
Children, Personhood and the Archaeology of Identity

 
B06-04
Decolonization of Classics and Classical Archaeology

 
 

Tuesday 5 July 2022

  Room A1
NEUSTUPNÝ
Room B1
BINFORD
Room B2
UCKO
Room C2
CHILDE
Room C1
KERN
Foyer West
MONTELIUS
Lounge
GIMBUTAS

(only virtual sessions)
08:00–09:30 D11-03
Global perspectives on decolonising rock art knowledge

 
B06-01
Thirty years on: has the Vermillion Accord steered change?

 
H19-11
Archaeology of Environment and Human Culture

1/3
E13-03
Where to from here? Decolonising historical archaeology in practice and theory

 
A03-06
Archaeologies of Contemporary (Political) Global Settings / Arqueologías de contextos políticos contemporáneos globales / Arqueologias de Cenários Globais Contemporâneos (Políticos)

1/2
F15-19
Archaeology of Material Culture, Art, Landscape and Settlement

1/3
 
09:30–09:50 break
09:50–11:05 A04-01
Lightning Strike Wakes Archaeologists and they Challenge Colonial-Indigenous Master Narratives!

 
C09-01
Community Archaeology and Management of heritage Sites and Museums

 
H19-11
Archaeology of Environment and Human Culture

2/3
B05-03
Indigenous Peoples and New Techniques for Provenance Research: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks

 
A03-06
Archaeologies of Contemporary (Political) Global Settings / Arqueologías de contextos políticos contemporáneos globales / Arqueologias de Cenários Globais Contemporâneos (Políticos)

2/2
F15-19
Archaeology of Material Culture, Art, Landscape and Settlement

2/3
 
11:05–11:25 break
11:25–12:55 F16-03
Community archaeology: Decolonizing archaeological practices to empower descendant communities

1/2
Z21-16
South Asia and the World: Tackling the big archaeological questions through South Asian evidences

 
H19-11
Archaeology of Environment and Human Culture

3/3
  C07-12
Politics and Ethics of the Heritage Archaeology

1/2
F15-19
Archaeology of Material Culture, Art, Landscape and Settlement

3/3
Z21-14
Environmental Archaeology of Ancient Complex Societies in East Asia

 
12:55–14:15 break
14:15–15:45 F16-03
Community archaeology: Decolonizing archaeological practices to empower descendant communities

2/2
Z21-04
World archaeo-geophysics: State of the art & case studies (COST Action SAGA-CA 17131)

1/3
F15-18
Megaliths & Earthworks: making the World together

1/2
  C07-12
Politics and Ethics of the Heritage Archaeology

2/2
F15-05
The Prehistory of Beer

 
 
15:45–16:05 break
16:05–17:05 WAC Plenary #2
1/2
Z21-04
World archaeo-geophysics: State of the art & case studies (COST Action SAGA-CA 17131)

2/3
F15-18
Megaliths & Earthworks: making the World together

2/2
E14-03
Peninsular Maritime Trade and Interaction during Prehistoric and Historic Periods in East Asia

1/2
  G18-04
Ethics in Bioarchaeology

1/2
C08-05
Archaeogaming and decolonising narratives: retelling the stories of the marginalise

 
17:05–17:25 break
17:25–18:55 WAC Plenary #2
2/2
Z21-04
World archaeo-geophysics: State of the art & case studies (COST Action SAGA-CA 17131)

3/3
F15-14
Approaching the sounds of the past. Music, acoustics and identity

 
E14-03
Peninsular Maritime Trade and Interaction during Prehistoric and Historic Periods in East Asia

2/2
A04-02
The Archaeology of Coincidence?
G18-04
Ethics in Bioarchaeology

2/2
A03-01
Archaeology, resistance and engagement: the archaeology(ies) of contemporary past under dictatorship

 
 

Thursday 7 July 2022

  Room A1
NEUSTUPNÝ
Room B1
BINFORD
Room B2
UCKO
Room C2
CHILDE
Room C1
KERN
Foyer West
MONTELIUS
Lounge
GIMBUTAS

(only virtual sessions)
08:00–09:30 H19-06
Climate Change and Heritage

1/3
G17-02
Northeast Asia and the ancient DNA revolution in interdisciplinary perspective

1/2
A01-02
Multidimensional Materials: Rock Art, Relationality, and Change Through Time and Space

1/2
  A01-06
Revisiting regionality to understand world rock art

1/3
H19-01
Migration, Trade and Settlement patterns within extreme landscapes and challenging climatic conditions

 
Z21-08
“Being human”: Integrated approach to the transformation of the material world, through cognitive experiences of body and mind

 
09:30–09:50 break
09:50–11:05 H19-06
Climate Change and Heritage

2/3
G17-02
Northeast Asia and the ancient DNA revolution in interdisciplinary perspective

2/2
A01-02
Multidimensional Materials: Rock Art, Relationality, and Change Through Time and Space

2/2
F15-02
The Beaker Age. Exploring the Third Millennium BC spread of shared cultural identity in Eurasia

1/2
A01-06
Revisiting regionality to understand world rock art

2/3
A03-03
The Archaeology of Zoos – Reloaded

 
C08-09
Exploring histories of collecting human remains: local and international contexts, networks and repatriation processes

 
11:05–11:25 break
11:25–12:40 H19-06
Climate Change and Heritage

3/3
E14-02
Global Evidence of the Late Pleistocene Seafaring and Maritime Adaptation: When, Where, and How

1/2
F15-15
Excavating Identity in Palestine from Prehistory to the Present

1/2
F15-02
The Beaker Age. Exploring the Third Millennium BC spread of shared cultural identity in Eurasia

2/2
A01-06
Revisiting regionality to understand world rock art

3/3
A02-04
Ethnoarchaeology and Later European Prehistory – Venturing the Ridge between Hypothesis, Plausibility, and Evidence

 
B05-06
WAC Archaeological Ethics Bowl


09:50–17:50
in room 7
12:40–14:00 break
14:00–15:00 C08-04
International Perspectives on Heritage and Public History Education

 
E14-02
Global Evidence of the Late Pleistocene Seafaring and Maritime Adaptation: When, Where, and How

2/2
F15-15
Excavating Identity in Palestine from Prehistory to the Present

2/2
F15-03
Archaeology in conflict zones: a zero-sum game?

 
D11-05
Indigenous and Community Archaeology

 
A02-03
Global Perspectives on the Archaeology and Ethnoarchaeology of Salt

1/2
E14-07
Maritime Archaeology in Latin America and Iberoamérica: New perspectives in the 21st century

1/3
15:00–15:20 break
15:20–16:20 WAC Plenary #3
1/2
D11-02
Indigenous archaeologies and histories from the South America

1/2
C08-08
Archaeology and the management of sensitive cultural heritage: trends and directions

1/2
A03-05
Contemporary Approaches to the Study of Cultural Erasure

1/2
C07-03
Heritage as An Action Word: Uses Beyond Communal Memory

1/2
A02-03
Global Perspectives on the Archaeology and Ethnoarchaeology of Salt

2/2
E14-07
Maritime Archaeology in Latin America and Iberoamérica: New perspectives in the 21st century

2/3
16:20–16:40 break
16:40–17:40 WAC Plenary #3
2/2
D11-02
Indigenous archaeologies and histories from the South America

2/2
C08-08
Archaeology and the management of sensitive cultural heritage: trends and directions

2/2
A03-05
Contemporary Approaches to the Study of Cultural Erasure

2/2
C07-03
Heritage as An Action Word: Uses Beyond Communal Memory

2/2
E14-05
Stone Age Seas: Mapping Voyages and Maritime Diffusions

 
E14-07
Maritime Archaeology in Latin America and Iberoamérica: New perspectives in the 21st century

3/3
17:40–18:00 break
18:00 Congress party            
 

Friday 8 July 2022

  Room A1
NEUSTUPNÝ
Room B1
BINFORD
Room B2
UCKO
Room C2
CHILDE
Room C1
KERN
Foyer West
MONTELIUS
Lounge
GIMBUTAS

(only virtual sessions)
08:00–09:00 C07-11
Changing contemporary understanding and use of the past

1/2
Z21-18
Memory (and forgetting) in archaeology

1/2
F15-08
Prehistoric kinship beyond ‘family’: concepts, scales, inference, and significance

1/2
G18-06
What we can gain from analysis of masticatory system

 
E14-01
Aquatic Neolithic Formations in Global Perspective

1/2

 
C07-07
Values, Heritage, and the ‘Package’

 
09:00–09:20 break
09:20–10:50 C07-11
Changing contemporary understanding and use of the past

2/2
Z21-18
Memory (and forgetting) in archaeology

2/2
F15-08
Prehistoric kinship beyond ‘family’: concepts, scales, inference, and significance

2/2
E13-06
Historical Archaeology in South America

 
E14-01
Aquatic Neolithic Formations in Global Perspective

2/2
Z21-19
Challenges and new approaches for protection of cultural heritage around the world

 
 
10:50–11:10 break
11:10–12:40 A02-02
Breaking Bread and Raising a Glass: Bridging Ethnoarchaeological and Archaeological Research on Food and Culinary Habits

1/3
F15-01
Social and symbolic significance of Neolithic houses

1/2
F16-02
World Approaches to Landscape

1/3
Z21-12
Mobility, migrations and diasporas from the perspective of world archeologies

1/2
D12-07
Looking Back, Looking Forward: 40 years of repatriation

1/2
Z21-07
Developers and Archaeology: Global Perspectives

 
C07-01
African Archaeologists, African Heritage Managers

 
12:40–14:00 break
14:00–15:00 A02-02
Breaking Bread and Raising a Glass: Bridging Ethnoarchaeological and Archaeological Research on Food and Culinary Habits

2/3
F15-01
Social and symbolic significance of Neolithic houses

2/2
F16-02
World Approaches to Landscape

2/3
Z21-12
Mobility, migrations and diasporas from the perspective of world archeologies

2/2
D12-07
Looking Back, Looking Forward: 40 years of repatriation

2/2
C07-04
How Should We Carry Out a Public Archaeology Project? Towards a Methodology for Public Archaeology in the context of Development

1/2
 
15:00–15:20 break
15:20–16:35 A02-02
Breaking Bread and Raising a Glass: Bridging Ethnoarchaeological and Archaeological Research on Food and Culinary Habits

3/3
C07-10
For people, places and the past: Transnational perspectives on the impact on volunteers of archaeological participation within the places where they live

1/2
F16-02
World Approaches to Landscape

3/3
D12-09
Engaging indigenous communities in Africa with archaeological research

1/2
A01-01
The artists behind the art: Rock art created by known artists

1/2
C07-04
How Should We Carry Out a Public Archaeology Project? Towards a Methodology for Public Archaeology in the context of Development

2/2
C09-03
Archaeology as an Engine for Sustainability in the Countries of the Maya World

 
16:35–16:55 break
16:55–17:55 Final Plenary
 
C07-10
For people, places and the past: Transnational perspectives on the impact on volunteers of archaeological participation within the places where they live

2/2
  D12-09
Engaging indigenous communities in Africa with archaeological research

2/2
A01-01
The artists behind the art: Rock art created by known artists

2/2
   
17:55–18:25 Official closing            
20:00 Survivals party            

 

 

Last update on 27 June 2022.

The programme might be subject to necessary changes.

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