The ACTS („Artefacts, Creativity, Technology, and Skills in the Aegean Bronze Age“) is a 4EU+ educational project designed for creating a common platform of innovative research-based teaching among four European universities. The main emphasis is on novel advances in archaeological theory and analytical methods for exploring human creativity, technology, and skills through artefacts in Greece from the Bronze Age to the Archaic Period.
The project team will organize a series of online lectures between December 2021 and February 2022. Starting on Friday, December 17, the individual lectures by Carl Knappett (Toronto), Nikolas Papadimitriou and Akis Goumas (Athens), Agata Ulanowska (Warsaw), Constance von Rüden (Bochum), Simona Todaro (Catania), Anastasia Dakouri-Hild (Charlottesville, VA), and Céline Murphy (Dublin) will strive to look at the people behind the artefacts, by exploring several issues of the interface between the human mind and the material world. The lecture seriesis open to everyone. Colleagues and students are most welcome to attend and participate in the discussions! All lectures will be delivered online on Fridays at 2 pm CET (8 am EST). No registration required. For attending the lectures, follow this link.
|Event start||17 December 2021 at 14:00|
|Event end||11 February 2022 at 14:00|