Newsletter 7

24-08-2018
 
 

Upcoming Main Events September 2018

 
 

Iron-Age-danube at the EAA 2018

 

 

Archaeology and the European Year of Cultural Heritage is amongst the main themes of this annual convention,see:https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2018/Home/EAA2018/Home.aspx?hkey=a220a6d3-0479-491d-b7a4-680f05f025a4

The Iron-Age-Danube project covers many specific objectives of protection and promotion of cultural heritage. The development of strategies on this field is one of the main project’s goals. To promote the values of "shared heritage” to the public as well as to the scientific community is crucial and the EAA the ideal platform for this.

The session #749 of EAA program with the title “From Strategies to Practice in the Protection and Promotion of Archaeological Landscapes” is part of the theme “Archaeology and the European Year of Cultural Heritage” and one single opportunity to promote the innovative approach of the Iron-Age-Danube Project.

The idea of this session comes from Iron-Age-Danube project partners Archaeolingua Fondation (Dr. Erzsebet Jerem), University of Ljubljana (Dr. Matija Črešnar), Center for Prehistoric Research (Dr. Hrvoje Potrebica) and Universal museum Joanneum (Dr. Marko Mele).

By accepting this idea, the importance of this issue is clearly perceived by the EAA and therefore shows the relevance of the Iron-Age-Danube-project objectives.Participants of the session will inter alia discuss about their positive as well as negative experiences and practices in the strategic planning and implementation processes that occur while dealing in the broadest sense with the management of archaeological landscapes.

Besides papers, which will be selected by an international call, following Iron-Age-Danube project partners have the intention to represent the Iron-Age Danube project goals on this unique occasion by various lectures:

LP UMJ: Dr. Anja Hellmuth Kramberger and Dr. Marko Mele (ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND DATA-COLLECTORS – THE AUSTRIAN PERSPECTIVE)

PP 1 Uni Graz: Dr. Susanne Tiefengraber (MONUMENT PROTECTION: PROS AND CONS IN THE MICRO REGION STRETTWEG, (STYRIA/AUSTRIA))

PP 3 Uni Ljubljana: Dr. Matija Črešnar (FROM NEW TECHNOLOGIES, TO STRATEGIES IN RESEARCH, PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE. CASE STUDY EARLY IRON AGE SLOVENIA)

PP 6 IARH: Dr. Saša Kovačević (IRON-AGE-DANUBE INTERREG DTP IN JALžABET: RE-IMAGINING ARCHAEOLOGICAL LANDSCAPE AND RE-THINKING ITS PROTECTION)

PP 7 AMZ: Dr. Jacqueline Balen and Anja Bertol Stipetić (PUBLIC INTEREST ROLE IN THE LANDSCAPE HERITAGE MANAGEMENT: KAPTOL CULTURAL LANDSCAPE CASE STUDY)

PP 7/ASP 6 CRO: Dr. Hrvoje Potrebica and Marta Rakvin (FROM SITE TO LANDSCAPE: INTEGRATED APPROACH TO IRON AGE LANDSCAPE STUDIES (CASE STUDY POžEGA VALLEY)

PP 10 Archaeolingua Fondation: Katalin Wollak (CHANGING LEGAL AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT: NEW RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN INVESTOR, LOCAL COMMUNITY AND ARCHAEOLOGISTS IN THE 21ST CENTURY)

The new PP 11 HNM will attend another session:

Szabolcs Czifra (On the shore of the Hallstatt world: cultural interactions in Early Iron Age Carpathian Basin)

 
 

 

 

Opening Archaeology Camp Hungary 2018

 

 

 

The Iron-Age-Danube project is honored to announce that our new project partner - The Hungarian National Museum at Budapest - will host the Opening Ceremony of the Archaeology Camp Hungary 2018 on 13th September 2018 at 6pm.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

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