Tag Archives: GIS
In September, the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) held its meetings in Pilsen, Czech Republic. I attended this meeting, and participated in a roundtable on ‘Ephemeral Landscapes,’ organized by Martijn vanLeusen, Andrew Bevan, Kayt Armstrong, and Wieke deNeef. The workshop … Continue reading
Originally posted on Archaeological Networks:
The Spatial Humanities team in Lancaster is organising a free two-day workshop in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for postgraduate students and early career researchers. The intensive two-day course does not require any prior knowledge on…
Originally posted on The Archaeology of the Mediterranean World:
This past week, Deb Brown, who co-organized our panel at the Archaeological Institute of America’s annual meeting made the talks available on the YouTubes. All the papers were very solid on…
Preposted from the antiquist… Ever wondered what all this complex systems talk in archaeology is about, or how to design your own sophisticated simulation model? Then this might be for you: We will organise a workshop on complex systems and … Continue reading
In September 2012, the Ancient World Online (AWOL) posted an annotated list of resources for ancient geography. Better late than never, so here’s the link: http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/2012/09/roundup-of-resources-on-ancient.html Happy browsing!