Temple of Mithras with light and haze (c) Bloomberg

MOLA at European Association of Archaeologists Conference 2018

05.09.2018 to 08.09.2018

Faculty of Geography and History, University of Barcelona, Montalegre 6, 08001 Barcelona

Join representitves from MOLA and our award-winning flagship community projects, CITiZAN and Thames Discovery Programme in Barcelona at the 24th Annual Meeting of the EAA. 

6th September

  • FROM PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY TO PUBLIC HUMANITIES: TIME FOR A MORE TRANSDISCIPLINARY APPROACH?

ROOM: UB206

THEME: Archaeology and the European Year of Cultural Heritage

12:15 COLLABORATING ON THE COAST: MAKING HERITAGE FOR THE FUTURE AT ORFORD NESS -  Lara Band, CITiZAN and Nadia Bartolini, Heritage Futures 

 

  • RESEARCH ON ARCHAEOLOGICAL PRACTICES AND KNOWLEDGE WORK IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT

ROOM: UB305

TIME: 16:30 - 18:30

THEME: Theories and methods in archaeological sciences

16:45 SHIPWRECKS IN PERIL: 3D MODELLING AS A RAPID RECORD FOR COASTAL ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND VOLUNTEERS IN CUMBRIA Andy Sherman and Nick Mason - CITiZAN

 

  •  ‘ARCHAEOLOGY AND…’ - INTER-DISCIPLINARY WORKING IN PLANNING AND DESIGN

ROOM: UB410

TIME: 14:00 - 18:00

THEME: Theories and methods in archaeological sciences

 

14:15 LONDON MITHRAEUM: ACCOMMODATING ART AND AUTHENTICITYLouise Fowler - MOLA

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7th September

  • THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE PAST AND PRESENT

ROOM: UB4M

TIME: 8:30 - 16:00

THEME: Theories and methods in archaeological sciences

 

12:30 MAKING CLIMATE CHANGE RELEVANT: COLLABORATIONS WITH COMMUNITIES ON THE COASTStephanie Ostrich - CITiZAN

 

14:30 CITIZEN SCIENCE IN THE INTERTIDAL ZONE: TWO CASE STUDIES MONITORING THREATENED ARCHAEOLOGY IN A DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT - Helen  Johnston - Thames Discovery Programme and Stephanie Ostrich - CITiZAN

 

  • PERSPECTIVES ON THINGS, PEOPLE AND PLACES AD 1500-2018 ROOM: UB308 TIME: 8:30 - 16:00 THEME: The archaeology of material culture, bodies and landscapes

ROOM: UB308

TIME: 8:30 - 16:00

THEME: The archaeology of material culture, bodies and landscapes

15:30 TENEMENTS, CUL-DE-SACS AND COMMUNITY ACTION: RESIDENTS‘ RELATIONSHIPS WITH HOUSING OLD AND NEW IN VAUXHALL, LIVERPOOL, UK - Emma Dwyer

  • ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION IN SYNTHETIC WORLDS: PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF THEORY AND METHOD

ROOM: UB412

TIME: 8:30 - 10:30

THEME: Theories and methods in archaeological sciences

9:30 2B, OR NOT TO BE: RECORDING THE RELIQUARY SYSTEM IN NIER: AUTOMATAFlorence Smith Nicholls (Independent researcher)

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8th September

  • RE-THINKING MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN PESTILENCES FROM A BIOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVE: ADVANCED METHODS AND RENEWED CONCEPTS IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCES

ROOM: UB221

TIME: 14:00 - 18:00 

16:30 YERSINIA PESTIS GENOMES RECOVERED FROM 14TH TO 17TH CENTURY PLAGUE BURIALS ELUCIDATE THE INITIATION AND PERSISTENCE OF THE SECOND PANDEMIC featuring Don Walker - MOLA  

 

  • ENGAGING THE PUBLIC. THE IMPACT OF VOLUNTEERS IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL OUTREACH

ROOM: UB102

TIME: 8:30 - 10:30

THEME: Museums and the challenges of archaeological outreach in the 21st century

8:48 DREAMS COME TRUE WHEN DOING ARCHAEOLOGYHelen  Johnston - Thames Discovery Programme

 

  • JUST ADD WATER AND MIX: HERITAGE AND CLIMATE CHANGE - CHALLENGES AND NOVEL APPROACHES

ROOM: UB4G TIME: 8:30 - 16:00

THEME: Theories and methods in archaeological sciences

9:45 CITIZAN SCIENCE: COMMUNITY-LED SURVEYING ON THE COASTStephanie Ostrich - CITiZAN

12:15 LIQUID HISTORY: ARCHAEOLOGY, CLIMATE CHANGE AND EROSION ON THE TIDAL THAMESJosh Frost - Thames Discovery Programme and Helen  Johnston - Thames Discovery Programme

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For more information and the full programme, please visit the EAA website