TRAVAS – Theorizing Resilience and Vulnerability in Ancient Studies – 19/20.01.2021

International, interdisciplinary workshop held online TRAVAS_Programme

Due to the Sars-CoV-2 pandemic we are currently confronted on a daily basis with questions of vulnerability and resilience on a personal but also societal scale. But how have past societies dealt with challenges? Can concepts such as vulnerability and resilience be used to explore ways of coping in ancient studies? These and other in-depth questions will be discussed in the context of the interdisciplinary, international online workshop“Theorizing Resilience and Vulnerability in Ancient Studies“ TRAVAShttp://resilience2020.archaeological.science/ which is organised by a cooperation of the following institutions:

  • University of Bern, Institute for Archaeological Sciences, Prehistory (Switzerland)
  • Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum – Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Archäologie (RGZM), Mainz (Germany)
  • Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz (Germany), 40’000 Years of Human Challenges
  • Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg im Breisgau, Vorderasiatische Archäologie (Germany)
  • Arbeitsgemeinschaft Theorien in der Archäologie (AG TidA)
  • Swiss Theoretical Archaeology Group (Swiss TAG)

We would like to invite you to participate in the free public online part of our workshop  on the 19th of January 2021 (see also the attached flyers):

Tue, Jan 19th

5 pm (CET)

Keynote Lecture
Stefani Crabtree – Understanding Generations of Resilience in Australia
https://rgzm-de.zoom.us/j/96341749270

6 pm (CET)

Panel Discussion

Alexandra W. Busch; Gabriela B. Christmann;
Stefani Crabtree; Paul Erdkamp;
Cornelius Holtorf & Patrick Sakdapolrak
https://rgzm-de.zoom.us/j/96341749270

7 pm (CET)

Virtual Aperitif
https://www.wonder.me/r?id=36e2bd9a-949a-4187-a738-7afd4fab8a7b

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