Ancient Societies Workshop
Spring Quarter 2020:
NB: Due to the Covid-19 emergency, the ASW will be held online via Zoom for the Spring Quarter 2020. Please contact Larry Carillo () for access information.
Thursday (4/9) *Please Note the Day*
Graduate – Anthropology
"A Preliminary Approach to Informal Economies in the Eastern Roman Empire,
4th-7th c. CE."
Tuesday (4/21) *Possible*
Professor – St. Louis
"Revealing the Practive of Tattooing in Ancient Egypt"
Graduate – Art History
Graduate – Classics
“King and Χώρα: The Seleukid State and a Rural Shrine in Northern Syria”
Tuesday (Tuesday (6/2) *Date and Time Subject to Change*
Graduate – NELC
“The Prisoners of Shangri-La in Antiquity?: Greco-Roman and Chinese
Perspectives on the Tibetan Plateau”
The workshop meets at 3:30pm.
Interdisciplinary Archaeology Workshop
Autumn Quarter 2020:
Workshop meetings will be held on Zoom from 4:00 - 5:30 pm CST on Thursdays. A Zoom link will be shared on our listserv prior to each session.
To be added to our mailing list, and for copies of papers, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. IAW continues to accept proposals on a rolling basis for Winter and Spring quarters. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Notes from the Field -- Archives/Remote Fieldwork Edition
Shannon Lee Dawdy (Professor of Anthropology and of Social Sciences in the College, University of Chicago)
Student panel with Mannat Johal (PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago), Hilary Leathem (PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago), and Theresa Tiliakos (PhD Student, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago)
Laurel Bestock (Associate Professor of Archaeology and the Ancient World and Egyptology and Assyriology, Brown University), co-sponsored by the Ancient Societies Workshop
“A Line in the Sand: blurring boundaries at Uronarti, Sudan”
Seth Richardson (Associate, Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago and Managing Editor of the Journal of Near Eastern Studies)
“Domain Change: Reterritorializing Hammurabi's Babylon”
Nikki Grigg (PhD Student, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago)
“Not to Be Sold: Beer, Branding, and Citizenship in late 19th Century D.C.”
Kelsey Rooney (PhD Student, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago)
“Explanation, Prediction, and Archives: Modeling in Nautical Archaeology”
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