please see the Call for Papers below. Please forward it to anyone who might be interested. The deadline for abstracts is 30th June 2006.
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13TH NEOLITHIC SEMINAR
THE MESOLITHIC AND THE NEOLITHIC CULTURAL AND POPULATIONAL TRAJECTORIES IN EURASIA Friday 10th - Sunday 12th November 2006 Department of Archaeology Ljubljana University http://arheologija.ff.uni-lj.si/seminars/s13.html
The thirteenth Neolithic Seminar is taking place at the Department of Archaeology, Ljubljana University. Seminar aims to provide a forum for the discussion of Mesolithic and Neolithic cultural and population trajectories in Eurasia as they reflect in material culture, agency and power, settlement patterns and ritual landscapes, social structures, cognitive systems, and in human population genetic palimpsests. In the last decade we organized a series of international Neolithic Seminars to initiate a more lively discussion in prehistoric studies and, to develop the programme of a more balanced exchange of research data on Mesolithic and Neolithic in Eurasia. All the Neolithic Seminar proceedings are available in periodical Documenta Prehistorica XXI-XXXII. Ljubljana University is recognized as a locus eventi, and the Neolithic Seminars as a hub for many links and interests that connect the people and institutions involved.
CALL FOR PAPERS
This is the call for papers for the thirteenth Neolithic Seminar on The Mesolithic and the Neolithic Cultural and Populational Trajectories in Eurasia. Participation will take the form of presentations followed by a discussion each and an end of day session
- a dinner discussion.
Participants are invited to submit an abstract of 150-200 words, including name, institution and the title of the paper. Deadline for
abstracts: 30th June 2006. Please e-mail abstracts to:
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or send them to:
Prof. Dr. Mihael Budja
Department of Archaeology
Faculty of Arts
University of Ljubljana
Please pass on this Call For Papers and the website address to anyone that you think might be interested, whether in the Eurasia or outside.