Entangled Sea conference

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Progamme

Monday, 11th June 2018

6-7pm
Wine reception, Ellen Wilkinson Building, Graduate School Foyer
Tuesday, 12th June 2018

9-10am
Registration
10-11am
Nicholas Purcell, Mediterranean histories, global contexts?
11-11.30am
Coffee
Evidence for Maritime Activity
11.30-12.10pm
Cemal Pulak, The Shipwrecks of Constantinople’s Theodosian Harbor; Yenikapi, Istanbul
12.10-12.50pm
Assaf Yasur-Landau, Rethinking ancient ports: maritime adaptation in the southern Levant during the Bronze and Iron Ages
12.50-2pm
Lunch
2.00-2.40pm
Giorgos Vavouranakis, Hybrid assemblages and maritime activity in the southern Aegean during the third millennium BC
2.40-3.20pm
Jeff Emanuel, Entangled Sea(faring): Reconsidering the Connection between the Ships of the Sea Peoples, the Aegean, and ‘Urnfield’ Europe
3.20-3.50pm
Coffee
The Symbolic Sea
3.50-4.30pm
Michal Artzy, On mariners, cult and ex-votos: Eastern Mediterranean longue durée
4.30-5.00pm
End of day discussion
7pm onwards
Conference dinner, Dimitri’s
Wednesday, 13th June 2018

9.30-10.10am
Shelley Wachsmann, Voyages of the Dionysian Ship-Cart: The Transfer of a Cult across the Mediterranean Sea
10.10-10.50am
Diane Harris Cline, Deconstructing Ancient Greece:  An Olive Tree, a Grape Vine, and a Boat
10.50-11.20am
Coffee
11.20-12.00pm
Anja Krieger, Life on Board: The Experience of Seafaring in the Eastern Mediterranean from the Late Bronze Age to the Archaic Period
Conceptualising maritime space, time and movement
12.00-12.40pm
Zoran Cuckovic, Bronze Age hillforts of the Adriatic Sea and the problem of “maritime territory”
12.40-2pm
Lunch
2.00-2.40pm
Crystal El Safadi, The Warped Sea of Sailing: Towards a Topography of Space and Time for the Levantine Basin
2.40-3.20pm
Matthew Harpster, Using Maritime Archaeology to Construct Place from Space
3.20-3.50pm
Coffee
3.50-4.30pm
Peter Campbell, The Sea as a Hyperobject: Navigating beyond maritime cultural landscapes?
4.30-5.00pm
End of day discussion