The Prehistoric Society Europa Conference 2018 Coastal Archaeology in Prehistory

8 FEB | BY VINCE GAFFNEY

Lost Frontiers staff are speaking at the marine palaeolandscapes event of 2018 – the Prehistoric Society Europa Conference – Coastal Archaeology in Prehistory: a conference celebrating the achievements of
Professor Geoff Bailey, University of York,
in the field of European prehistory

Berrick Saul Building, Heslington West campus, University of York
To book online visit
https://pseuropa2018.eventbrite.co.uk

Friday 22 June 2018
09:00–10:00 Registration
10:00–10:15 Welcome: Dr Alex Gibson
Session 1: Palimpsests, preservation and coastal colonisation
10:15–11:00 Keynote lecture: Coastal archaeology from the south: Colonisation, preservation, and post-depositional change in Australia and New Zealand, Prof Simon Holdaway, University of Auckland
11:00–11:15 Time at the coast, Dr Matthew Meredith-Williams, La Trobe University & University of York; Dr Niklas Hausmann, FORTH-Institute of Electronic Structure & Laser & University of York
11:15–11:30 Coastal colonisation of the southern tip of the world, Dr Atilio Francisco Zangrando, Dr Angélica Tivoli & María del Carmen Fernández Ropero, Centro Austral de Investigaciones Científicas (CADIC–CONICET)
11:30–12:00 Tea/coffee

Session 2: Pleistocene use of submerged landscapes
12:00–12:15 Midden or molehill: The role of coastal adaptations for human evolution and dispersal, Dr Manuel Will, University of Cambridge
12:15–12:30 The importance of submerged landscapes for contextualising Pleistocene hominins, Dr Rachel Bynoe, University of Southampton & The British Museum
12:30–12:45 The Late Glacial flooding of the Channel River and its impact on the re-colonisation of Southern England, William Mills, University of Oxford
12:45–13:00 Thinking beyond the beach: Coastlines, Palaeolithic occupation, and human dispersals in the Southern Red Sea, Dr Robyn Inglis, University of York & Macquarie University
13:00 –14:00 Lunch

Session 3: Middens, molluscs and maritime hunter-gatherers
14:00–14:15 The role of environmental change in the expansion of early modern humans in the Levant – what we can learn from mollusc shells, Dr Amy Prendergast, University of Melbourne; Dr Marjolein Bosch, University of Cambridge; Assoc Prof Marcello Mannino, Aarhus University; Prof Bernd Schöne, University of Mainz; Dr Ofer Marder, University of the Negev; Dr Omry Barzilai, Israel Antiquities Authority; Prof Israel Herskovitz, Tel Aviv University; Dr Tamsin O’Connell, University of Cambridge; Dr Rhiannon Stevens, University College London; Dr Frank Wesselingh, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden & Dr Daniella Bar-Yosef Mayer, Tel Aviv University
14:15–14:30 New insights into Pre-Columbian coastal adaptation in the Atlantic forest of South America, Dr André Colonese, University of York
14:30–14:45 Recording and Processing Data from the Riņņukalns Shell Midden Excavation, Mārcis Kalniņš, University of Latvia & Centre for Baltic and Scandinavian Archaeology (ZBSA), Jörg Nowotny, Karin Göbel, ZBSA, Dr Valdis Bērziņš, University of Latvia & ZBSA & Dr Harald Lübke, ZBSA
14:45–15:00 Mariners from muck: Investigating prehistoric coastal communities in the Small Isles, Western Scotland,
Dr Stephanie Piper, Durham University; Dr Barry Taylor & Dr Amy Gray Jones, University of Chester
15:00–15:15 Coastal life and adaptation: Perspectives from human bioarchaeology and the Baltic Sea, Michael Rivera, University of Cambridge, Dr Gunita Zariņa, University of Latvia & Dr Jay Stock, University of Cambridge
15:15–15.45 Tea/coffee

Session 4: Reconstructing submerged landscapes
15.45–16:00 Modelling Europe’s lost frontiers: Socio-ecological responses to a changing environment, Micheál Butler, Dr Phil Murgatroyd, University of Bradford; Dr Eugene Ch’ng, University of Nottingham; Prof Vince Gaffney, University of Bradford
16:00–16:15 Seismic investigation of North Sea submerged landscapes, Andy Fraser, University of Bradford
16:15–16:30 Submerged prehistoric landscapes in the Aegean Sea, Alexandra Zavitsanou, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research
16:30–16:45 Sociocultural transformations in the Mesolithic, Dr Daniel Groß, Dr Harald Lübke, Dr Ulrich Schmölcke & Dr John Meadows, Centre for Baltic and Scandinavian Archaeology (ZBSA)
16:45–17:00 Gone with the waves? Artefacts and human remains from ‘Doggerland’, their potential and perspectives, Marcel Niekus, Stichting STONE/Foundation for Stone Age Research Groningen; Dr Luc Amkreutz, National Museum of Antiquities Leiden & Dr Bjørn Smit, Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands

Saturday 23 June 2018
09:20–09:30 Welcome and introduction: Dr Alex Gibson
09:30–10:10 Did hominins ever leave Africa? Prof Clive Gamble, University of Southampton
10:10–10:50 Modern human dispersals from Africa how many, and what routes? Prof Chris Stringer, Natural History Museum London
10:50–11:00 Questions and discussion
11:00–11:30 Tea/coffee
11:30–12:10 Acheuleans in the Aegean, Neanderthals in the Ionian: A view from SE Europe, Prof Nena Galanidou, University of Crete
12:10–12:50 Northern icescapes – barrier or bridge? On sea ice, marine foraging and the colonisation of the Scandinavian seascapes, Prof Hein Bjerck, The NTNU University Museum, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
12:50–13:00 Questions and discussion
13:00–14:00 Lunch
14:00–14:40 Seascapes, sea-states and seafaring: Questions for submerged landscapes, Dr Helen Farr, University of Southampton
14:40–15:20 Making maps: Exploring the histories and palaeolandscapes of the southern North Sea, Prof Vincent Gaffney, University of Bradford
15:20–15:30 Questions and discussion
15:30–16:30 Tea/coffee
16:00–16:30 Prehistoric Society AGM and presentation of the Baguley Award
16:30–17:30 Europa lecture. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: The archaeology of prehistoric coastlines, Prof Geoff Bailey, University of York
17:30–18:30 Evening wine reception



Location

York

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