domingo, 2 de mayo de 2010

BRITISH ROCK ART GROUP 2010


British Rock Art Group 2010 Meeting


British Rock Artt Group 2010 will be held on Saturday 8 May in the McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Department of Archaeology, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3DZ.


Program:

9.30–10.00 Registration and coffee

10.00–10.20 Aron Mazel: Revisiting Didima: a special rock art valley in the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg, South Africa.


10.20–10.40 Jitka Soukopova: Saharan rock art: how can we interpret it?

10.40–11.00 Jamie Hampson: Approaching rock art in under-studied regions: case studies from South Africa and Texas.


11.00–11.20 Dave Robinson, Fraser Sturt, Julienne Bernard & Gregory Tucker: Other than sacred? Rock-art and watery places in indigenous south-central California.

Coffee break 11.20–11.40

11.40–12.00 Daniel Arsenault: Reading rock-art as spiritual text and sacred context: an informed approach to the tangible and intangible dimensions of rock-art sites in the Canadian Shield.


12.00–12.20 Ludwig Jaffe:Captabases without captabases for rock imagery.

12.20–12.40 Mila Abreu & Cris Buco: Yes there are also engravings! Discoveries in the rock-art of Piaui, Brazil.

12.40–1.00 Michael Rainsbury:Kimberley rock art.


Lunch 1.00–2.00

2.00–2.20 Robert Wallis: Animism, ancestors and adjusted styles of communication: hidden art in Irish passage tombs.


2.20–2.40 Lila Janik: Design and display: seeing and experiencing the visual narrative.

2.40–3.00 Mark Sapwell: Transforming shamanism in southern Sweden: altered states of consciousness or altered states of body?

3.00–3.20 John Wombell: Ross-shire rock art project: Phase 1 survey completion.


break 3.20–3.40

3.40–4.00 George Nash: Using the topography of the rock-art panel to say interesting things: a case for rock-art of the Valcamonica, Lombardy, northern Italy.


4.00–4.20 Margarita Díaz-Andreu:Looking at the rock face: the study of the rock art site of Los Cuchillos (Murcia, SE Spain).

4.20–4.40 Sara Garces & Mila Abreu: Dear deer: cervid figures in Portuguese rock imagery.

4.40–5.00 Jose Sastre: Research on schematic rock art in the Esla River valley (Zamora, Spain).


Break 5.00–5.10

5.10–5.30 Discussion led by Chris Chippindale



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