Contemporary Roles for Spatial Analysis in Archaeology: Seminar Series at University College London

The UCL Institute of Archaeology Seminar Series (January–March 2010)
31-34 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PY
Mondays 4pm, Room 612 (followed by a wine reception)

Schedule

  • 11 January 2010 – Benjamin Ducke (Oxford Archaeology)
    ‘Science without software no longer. Archaeological data analysis and the Open Source paradigm’
  • 18 January 2010 – Chris Green (University of Leicester)
    ‘Temporal GIS and archaeology’
  • 25 January 2010 – Tony Wilkinson (Durham University)
    ‘From household to region: incorporating agency into the interpretation of regional settlement’
  • 1 February 2010 – Tim Williams (University College London)
    ‘Earth viewers and GIS in archaeological resource management: access and accessibility’
  • 08 February 2010 – Luke Premo (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
    ‘A spatially explicit model of Early Stone Age archaeological landscapes’
  • 15 February 2010 (Reading Week – no seminar)
  • 22 February 2010 – Frederic Fol Leymarie (Goldsmiths College)
    ‘Advances in 3D procedural modelling with applications to archaeology’
  • 01 March 2010 – Michael Barton (Arizona State University)
    ‘Stories of the past or science of the future? Archaeology and computational social science’
  • 08 March 2010 – Irmela Herzog (Archaeological Heritage Management of the Rhineland)
    ‘Patterns of movement, least cost paths and our understanding of the archaeological record’
  • 15 March 2010 – Kate Devlin (Goldsmiths College)
    ‘Illuminating virtual reconstructions of past environments’
  • 22 March 2010 – Mark Lake (University College London)
    ‘Rewind and fast‐forward: how archaeological GIS analyses recapitulate general theory’

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