Yet another EAA session but a really interesting one so please have a look below!
We are inviting contributions to Session 697 “So different, yet so similar: biocultural identity and plurality in the medieval and post-medieval world”. We are interested in discussing and presenting case studies that assess identity formation processes in the medieval and post-medieval period. We welcome papers and posters exploring processes of identity formation as a result of migration, colonisation and other forms of population mobility; the identification and reconstruction of biocultural diversity through multi- and cross- disciplinary approach; non-linear power dynamics and dependencies between cultural groups.
Contributions can be submitted until the 9th of February online.
We would be grateful if you could circulate this through your channels and we are looking forward to receive your submissions!
Alice Toso, Bonn Center for ArchaeoSciences (BoCAS), University of Bonn
Annamaria Diana, Terra Ultra Silvam Archaeology
Daniela Marcu Istrate, Institutul de Arheologie Vasile Parvan, Bucharest
Jun-Prof Dr. Alice Toso Bonn Center for ArchaeoSciences (BoCAS) Institut für Archäologie und Kulturanthropologie Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Römerstraße 164, 53117 Bonn Tel. +49(0) 228 73-4526 Email email@example.com