Archäologie und Politik

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen

Da das Thema «Archäologie und Politik» so vielseitig und spannend ist, wollen wir uns an mehreren Abenden damit beschäftigen.
Den Einstieg macht Andrea Schaer am 22.3.19 um 17 Uhr an der Mittelstrasse 43 mit einem Inputreferat zur Archäologie in der Bundespolitik: «Archäologie in der Wandelhalle. Das politische Engagement von Archäologie Schweiz und Alliance Patrimoine / Archéologie dans la salle des pas perdues. L’engagement politique d’Archéologie Suisse et Alliance Patrimoine».
Anschliessend soll es wie bisher eine offene Diskussionsrunde geben. Um den Blick der Bundespolitik auf die Archäologie beleuchten zu können, wird Nicole Beutler an der Runde Teilnehmen. Sie ist Geschäftsleiterin von Alliance Patrimoine und Partnerin bei furrerhugi, einer Agentur, die auf politische Kommunikation spezialisiert ist.

Mehr Infos auf www.heurebleue-archaeologie.ch

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Dear Colleagues

Since the announced topic “Archaeology and Politics” is so varied and exciting, we want to deal with it on several evenings.
Andrea Schaer will begin on 22.3.19 at 5 p.m. at Mittelstrasse 43 with an input presentation on archaeology in federal politics: “Archäologie in der Wandelhalle. Das politische Engagement von Archäologie Schweiz und Alliance Patrimoine / Archéologie dans la salle des pas perdues. L’engagement politique d’Archéologie Suisse et Alliance Patrimoine”.
Afterward, there will be an open discussion as before. Nicole Beutler will take part in the round in order to shed light on archaeology in federal politics. She is managing director of Alliance Patrimoine and partner at furrerhugi, an agency specializing in political communication.

More on www.heurebleue-archaeologie.ch

FIZ 2019

Workshop: Frontiers or Interaction Zones? Borderlands as areas of communication and mobility 28.02.-02.03.2019

Potentially, the distribution of raw material indicates superregional networks. This phenomenon is explainable by the high mobility of people at that time. Could that be seen as an indicator for cultural networks and consequently for knowledge transfer? Where exactly lies the boundary between these assumed societies and groups from an archaeological perspective? Are there any frontiers at all? It is planned to contrast results of studies located all over Europe for inducing an exchange of ideas concerning the topic of borders and communication in limited geographically spaces. The aim is trying to synthesize archaeological case studies followed by theoretical considerations of mobility, communication and cultural transfer to other projects with similar research questions. This will take place by an interdisciplinary exchange while discussing the role of frontiers and interaction zones as well as transformation processes in prehistoric societies. The two-day workshop is aimed at PhD students, young and senior researchers from different fields to offer a forum for presenting their work in an open debate.

Date

28.02.-02.03.2019

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