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Subject:

Animals as Material Culture in the Middle Ages Conference: Registration Details

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Aleks <[log in to unmask]>

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Aleks <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 13 Feb 2005 14:25:24 +0000

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Apologies for cross-posting.

Dear all,

The registration details for 'Breaking and Shaping Beastly Bodies: 
Animals as Material Culture in the Middle Ages' are now online, and can 
be found here:

http://www.beasts-in-the-woods.org/registration.html

This is a one-day conference on Saturday 19th March 2005 at the McDonald 
Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge. The 
basic conference fee including teas, coffees and lunch is £10.
The cost of the conference dinner, which will take place in Clare 
College, is £20 and consists of a three-course meal.

Synopsis
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The utilisation of animal bodies for food and as raw materials for a 
diverse range of products in medieval societies is widely acknowledged, 
even taken for granted. However, as other disciplines exploring the 
Middle Ages break new ground in understandings of the production, 
perception and consumption of written and artistic material, it is time 
for a fresh look at the archaeology of medieval animal use.
The list of papers is as follows:

1) Terry O’Connor - Introduction
2) Steve Ashby - Bone and Antler Combs: Burial and Identity in 
Viking-Age Scotland
3) Pam Crabtree – Wool Production at Brandon: The Zooarchaeological 
Evidence
4) Sue Stallibrass - Taphonomy or Transfiguration? Do we Need to Change 
the Subject?
5) Helen Leaf - Medieval Bone Flutes
6) Luminita Bejenaru - Hunting in the Byzantine Period in the Area 
between the Danube River and the Black Sea: Archaeozoological Data
7) Richard Thomas - Chasing the Ideal? Ritualism, Pragmatism and the 
Later Medieval Hunt
8) Naomi Sykes - Taking Sides: The Social Life of Venison in Medieval 
England
9) Aleks Pluskowski - Communicating through Skin and Bone: the 
Appropriation of Animal Bodies in Medieval Seigneurial Culture
10) Frank Salvadori - Animal Bones: Synchronical and Diachronical 
Distribution as Patterns of Socially Determined Meat Consumption in the 
Early and High Middle Ages of Central and Northern Italy
11) Giovanni De Venuto - Animals and Economic Patterns from Four 
Medieval Sites in Apulia (South Italy):
Ordona, Vaccarizza, Canne and Apigliano
12) Antonietta Buglione - Men and Animals in Apulia from Late Antiquity 
to the Early Middle Age: Some Considerations
13) Krish Seetah - The Middle Ages on the Block
14) Jim Bloxam - The Beast, the Book and the Belt
15) Sarah Wells - Seeing is Believing: Animal Material Culture in the 
Middle Ages
16) Lisa Yeomans - Urban Use of Animal Carcasses in Medieval and 
Post-medieval England with Special Reference to London
17) Annie Grant - Closing Address
18) Desiree Scott - Ye Obferves Booke of Dogges (poster presentation)

Please direct all queries to:

Aleks Pluskowski
----------------------
Clare College,
Trinity Lane,
Cambridge CB2 1TL

Department of Archaeology
University of Cambridge
Downing Street
Cambridge CB2 3DZ

Email: [log in to unmask]
Web: www.beasts-in-the-woods.org

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