NearEastMed (NEM) Archaeology Group
The NearEastMed group is based in Oxford University and hosts seminars, lectures and events on aspects of Ancient Near East and East Mediterranean archaeology and material culture, in particular focusing on interconnections in antiquity and cross-regional themes. The intention is to provide a forum for doctoral, post-doctoral and visiting researchers in Oxford to present their research to a potentially wide audience, and to bring together researchers from different institutions (Ashmolean Museum, Faculty of Oriental Studies, School of Archaeology, Faculty of Classics), and from further afield. The temporal and regional scope of the seminar series is from prehistory to the start of the Hellenistic period ranging from the Aegean to Mesopotamia.
The group is jointly supported by the Department of Antiquities at the Ashmolean Museum, Faculty of Oriental Studies, School of Archaeology, and the Faculty of Classics.
- Dr. Paul Collins, Assistant Keeper for the Ancient Near East, Ashmolean Museum
- Dr. Catherine Draycott, Katherine and Leonard Woolley Junior Research Fellow (Somerville College) with
- Dr. Yannis Galanakis
- Dr. Anja Ulbrich, A.G. Leventis curator for Ancient Cyprus, Ashmolean Museum
NearEastMed Archaeology Group Seminars
Trinity Term 2011 Seminar series
The following lunchtime seminars will be held from 1 p.m. on Thursdays. All are welcome. Refreshments will be available after the papers. The seminars are supported by the Department of Classics, Institute of Archaeology and the Department of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum.
VENUE: Lecture room, Institute of Archaeology, 36 Beaumont Street, Oxford. OX1 2PG (next to Ashmolean Museum)
DAVID BLACKMAN, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
Thursday 12th May (second week)
Minoan Seafarers, Egypt and the Levant
LINDY CREWE, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
Thursday 26th May (fourth week)
Community interaction in Bronze Age Cyprus: global to local, and back again, at Kissonerga
WOLFGANG ZWICKEL, JOHANNES GUTENBERG UNIVERSITÄT, MAINZ
Thursday 9th June (sixth week)
Ritual iconography in the East Mediterranean: the Iron Age II favissa at Yavneh, Israel
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List of Past Seminars