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TRAMIN 2018 – Appel à contribution

La soumission des résumés pour le colloque TRAMIN2018 est ouverte jusqu’au 10 juin.

TRAMIN2018 est un colloque international et interdisciplinaire portant sur les « Trajectoires socio-environnementales des territoires miniers ». Il se tiendra à Chambéry du 15 au 17 octobre 2018 et sera suivi d’une excursion dans la vallée de la Maurienne le 18 octobre.

Plus d’informations sur le site : https://tramin2018.sciencesconf.org/

Appel à contribution

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Création d’un groupe de travail « Labour in Mining »

We are glad to announce the creation of the Working Group « Labour in  Mining » in the European Labour History Network (ELHN).

The EHLN working group « Labour in Mining » aims at creating and  expanding existing networks of scholars with an interest in labour in  mining sector in Europe and around the world. Also, the WG on « Labour  in Mining » wish to exchange knowledge, to organize meetings and  workshops, to organize and design collective projects, to participate  with sessions in the 3rd ELHN Conference in Amsterdam in 2019 (19-21  September).

Please find attached  a document with a description of aims and topics  of the WG and a questionnaire to be filled, if you are interested to  join the network and the working group. If you are interested in  joining the Working Group on « Labour in Mining », please fill in the attached form. Please, feel free to circulate the information among your contacts.

Le formulaire peut être téléchargé ici : ELHN_WG Labour in Mining_May 2018

Les organisateurs : Leda Papastefanaki, Miguel Perez  de Perceval Verde et Francesca Sanna

EAA 2018 Barcelone

La prochaine conférence de l’EAA (European Archaeologist Association) se tiendra à Barcelone du 5 au 8  septembre 2018.

Plusieurs sessions thématiques y sont spécifiquement liées aux mines et à la métallurgie. Les propositions de contributions sont attendues jusqu’au 15 février 2018.

Plus d’informations sur le site de l’EAA : https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2018/

  • session 263 : Precious materials and fine metal work in the European Iron Age – function, aesthetic and technology
  • session 275 : Human-made environments – The development of landscapes as resource assemblages
  • session 520 : Archaeometallurgy in the 21st century
  • session 686 : Silver, status and society – transition from late Roman to Early Medieval Europe
  • session 753 : Interpreting ancient metalworking

EAA 2017 Maastricht

La conférence de l’EAA (European Archaeologist Association) se tiendra à Maastricht du 30 août au 3 septembre 2017.

Plusieurs sessions thématiques y sont spécifiquement liées aux mines et à la métallurgie.
– New approaches in metal studies 31-août 8.30 15.15
– Early Mediterranean metallurgy. Technological innovation and cross-craftsmanship 31-août 14.00 18.15
– Welding a new approach to the study of ancient metals 01-sept 8.30 12.45
– Iron production, trade and consumption as bridge builders during the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Era 01-sept 14.00 16.45
– Novel scientific developments in the reconstruction of the archaeology of mining and metallurgy and its impact on the environment 02-sept 10.00 12.45

Plus d’informations sur le site de l’EAA.

Appel à communications. 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology

The 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology. Archaeology and Economy in the Ancient World which will be held in Cologne and Bonn, 22 – 26 May 2018.
We invite you to participate in this session by submitting your abstracts for a presentation of 20 min. The submission module will be open until August 31th.

Session abstract:
Research on ancient mining has evolved in recent decades from the traditional technological studies to a broader historical view. Nowadays, the study of Roman mining is carried out taking into account its territorial dimension, social and economic implications and juridical aspects.
The purpose of this session is to bring together the different visions of Roman mining that are currently being developed in European research. We would like to create a space for discussion on ancient mining landscapes which addresses the current debate on the impact of mining on the economy of the Roman Empire. From a territorial approach we intend to advance in the study of the forms of work organization in the mines, the structure of settlement, and to understand how mining evolves between the end of the Republic and the High Empire.

CALL FOR PAPERS
Roman mining: dimensions, scale and social and territorial implications
Oscar Bonilla (Universidad de Zaragoza)
Brais X. Currás (CEAACP, Universidade de Coimbra) (bxcr@uc.pt)
Please follow the guidelines provided by the organisation
http://www.aiac2018.de/registration/on-line-registration/
19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology
Cologne/Bonn, 22 – 26 May 2018
Archaeology and Economy in the Ancient World

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Iron in Archaeology: Bloomery Smelters and Blacksmiths in Europe and Beyond

Le colloque « Iron in Archaeology: Bloomery Smelters and Blacksmiths in Europe and Beyond » est une conférence internationale en l’honneur de de Radomír Pleiner et des 50 ans du Comité pour la Sidérugie Ancienne.

Il se tiendra au National Technical Museum de Prague du 30 mai au 2 juin 2017.
www.ntm.cz

Téléchargez le programme préliminaire.

Plus d’informations sur le site du colloque.

The aim of the conference is to bring together scholars involved in research on early ironworking and to share the newest results and experiences achieved in this field. Very welcome contributions are those informing about recently excavated bloomeries and smithies, about results of analyses of slags and iron artefacts, about new analytical methods developed, new trends and achieved results in experimental archaeometallurgy of iron etc.

The event will be held at Prague in the spring of 2017, thus 30 years after R. Pleiner himself organized a similar CPSA conference at Liblice near Prague1. Conferences organized under the auspice of the CPSA have already a long tradition, which will be, by the forthcoming event, revived and continued. The first meeting was held at Schaffhausen in 1970, the others at Eisenstadt in 1975, Schaffhausen in 1979, Sankelmark in 1980, Vordernberg in 1981, Populonia in 1983, Belfast in 1984, Norberg in 1985, Mainz in 1986, Liblice in 1987 (the 20th anniversary of CPSA), Val Camonica in 1988, Kielce-Ameliówka in 1989, Sévenans-Belfort in 1990, Budal in 1991, Ripoll in 1993, Besançon in 1993, Plas Tan y Bwlch in 1997 (the 30th anniversary of CPSA), Bienno in 1998, Sopron-Somogyfajsz in 1999, Sandbjerg in 1999 and Uppsala in 2001. All these conferences were the most enjoyable and friendly of occasions, which helped to bond together a family of scholars of European early ironworking. We believe that the forthcoming conference in Prague will also be such an event.