Prehistoric Archaeology Seminar

Coordinator: 
Erella Hovers
Date: 
Yearly Semester, Thursday 16:30
Location: 
Mt. Scopus Campus, Archaeology Building, Hall 300

 

List of lectures:

The earliest strung beads: What they tell us and why it matters
27/10/2020
Dr. Daniella Bar-Yosef, The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Levallois production and microlith variety in the LSA of East Africa: results from the analysis of Dibe rock shelter
03/11/2020
Dr. Hila Ashkenazy, Israel Antiquities Authority
Initial Upper Paleolithic and Ahmarian Contemporaneity: A Consideration of Evidence and Explanations
10/11/2020
Dr. Aaron Stutz, Bohuslans Museum, Sweden
New evidence of old traditions – The Natufian burials
17/11/2020
Prof. Leore Grosman & Prof. Anna Belfer-Cohen, The Institute of archaeology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
TBD
24/11/2020
Understanding stone tool-making skill acquisition: Experimental methods and evolutionary implications
01/12/2020
Dr. Justin Pargeter, Dept. of Anthropology, New York University, USA
Population replacement and cultural conservatism – an attempted explanation through a simple biological model
08/12/2020
Mr. Yotam Ben-Oren, Dept. of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior, Alexander Silberman Institute of Life Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Subsistence Strategies of the Epipaleolithic Entities in the Negev and Sinai - a GIS analysis
15/12/2020
Mr. Neta Friedman, The Institute of Archaeology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
The cryptotephra project in the southern Levant – Exact title TDB
22/12/2020
Prof. Simon Blockley, Dept. of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
No public talk
29/12/2020
Finding sites and reconstructing landscapes: lessons from the Paleolithic of the Eurasian steppes
05/01/2021
Dr. Radu Iovita, Dept. of Anthropology, NYU, USA & Leader of the ERC project PALAEOSILKROAD , University of Tübingen, Germany
No public talk
12/01/2021
Return rates for a wide range of animal species and harvesting methods – ethnographic and ecological perspectives(exact title TDB)
19/01/2021
Dr. Eugene Morin, Dept. of Anthropology, Trent University, Canada