Ark-8004 Human and environment: From multidisciplinary to interdisciplinary research
Tuesday 30.9 Room: UB 244
Wednesday 1.10 Thursday 2.10 Room: SVHUM E0101
Friday 3.10 Room: NLYSTH AUD
09:00-10:00
Kerstin Lidén SU/UiT
Presentation of the participants and introduction to the
course
9:00-17:00
9:00-09:45
Peter Jordan UG
«From Cooperation to Collaboration:
Motivations and Realities in
Interdiscplinary Research»
9:00-10:00
Åsa Larsson,SAU
«Fleshing out the Stone Age.
Bringing life to bones and
inanimate objects through
osteology, laboratory
archaeology, embodiment and
practice theory.”
10:00-10:45
Dan Hammarlund LU
«Integration of natural environmental change and
geological time perspectives in contemporary
sciences.»
Short
presentations of
projects
concerning
these sites and
discussions on
the possible use
of
interdisciplinary
methods and
theories in these
projects. Here all
participants will
take active part
in the
discussions.
09:45-10:30
Kari Loe Hjelle UiB
«Pollen analysis and archaeology - is
there a potential for interdisciplinary
research?
10:00-11:00
Katrine Husum, NPI & Hans Peter
Blankholm UiT «SciencePub» the
third largest Norwegian project
during the last International
Polar Year.
10:30-11:15 Coffee
11:15-12:00
Katrine Husum, NPI
«Past climate change inferred from
marine geological records - any links to
archeology?”
10:30-11:15 Coffee
11:150-12:00
Kari Loe Hjelle, UiB
«Palaeobotany and archaeology examples on interdisciplinary
(research) projects»
12-12.30 lunch
12.30-13.15
Dan Hammarlund LU
«Quaternary science contributions to
environmental science and archaeology
- some Swedish case studies.»
12:00-12:30 lunch
12:30-13:15
Peter Jordan, GU
«Learning by Doing: Some
Illustrative Examples of
Interdiscplinary Research «
10:45-11:15 Coffee
11:15-12:00
Åsa Larsson SAU
«Pig Latin. The study of human and animal bones, and
the challenges of both intra- and interdisciplinary
communication.”
12:00-12.30 lunch
12.30-13:15
Hans Peter Blankholm UiT "International,
interdisciplinary research: From idea to application (and
what happens then?)"
Excursion to
archaeological
sites and
environments
around .
13:15-14:45
Room UB 2442PhD presentations # 1-2
Room at Dept. of Archeology 2 PhD presentations # 3-4
14:45-15:15 Coffee
15:15-16:45
Room UB 2442 PhD presentations # 5-6
Room at Dept. of Archeology 2 PhD presentations #7-8
13.15-14:45
Room SVHUM E0101, 2 PhD
presentations #9-10
Room at Dept. of Archeology, 2 PhD
presentations #11-12
14:45-15:15 Coffee
13.15-14:45
2 PhD presentations #17-18
15:15-16:45 Room:
Room SVHUM E0101, 2 PhD
presentations #13-14
Room at Dept. of Archeology, 2 PhD
presentations #15-16
19.30 Dinner Arctandria
15:15-16:00
Kerstin Lidén SU/UiT
Summing up the course
Lecturer:
Professor Hans Peter Blankholm, Institutt for arkeologi og sosialantropologi, UiT- Norges Arktisk Universitet
Professor Dan Hammarlund, Department of Geology, Lund University
Dr. Katrine Husum, Norwegian Polar Institute, Tromsø.
Professor Peter Jordan, Director of the Arctic Centre, University of Groningen
Dr Åsa Larsson, Director of Societas Archaeological Upsaliensins, Uppsala
Dr Kari Loe Hjelle, De naturhistoriske samlinger, Universitetmuseet, Universitetet i Bergen
Professor Kerstin Lidén, Department of archaeology and classical studies, Stockholm University och UiT
14:45-15:15 Coffee
Departure
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