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GIA Research Day/Networking Day Archaeology

After a forced break of two years, we are organizing another GIA Research Day this year, with a new set-up and under a new name. From now on, the day will be called Networking Day Archaeology. It is intended as an annual meeting point for all professionals in archaeology, in or working from the Northern Netherlands, administrators and civil servants, (academic) researchers, journalists, educational institutes and students, commercial archaeologists, publishers, museums and other cultural institutions.

What’s not new, is that the day is based expressly on content, on research. In addition to the usual lecture program, this year we will be organizing workshops and a market as well. Bearing in mind the new name, there is of course plenty of time and space to meet one another.

The Networking Day Archeology will be organized on Wednesday 14 September 2022 in De Oosterpoort, Trompsingel 27, 9724 DA in Groningen. Please see the program below. It is mainly in Dutch. Lectures in English are indicated as such. You can participate for the symbolic amount of € 10,-, students for free. In addition to the program, you will be offered lunch, coffee and tea and a drink to close. Please note: because of the catering, students must register as well.

You can register here. (During payment and checking out you will be asked to leave a number of details. These are necessary to be able to send you an invoice for any expense account or claim and will be processed in accordance with privacy legislation and not shared with third parties.)

Registration is possible until September 13, 12:00, but please do so as soon as possible due to lunch preparation.

PROGRAM NETWORKING DAY ARCHAEOLOGY

8.30-9.00 Entering with coffee and tea

Kleine zaal

9.00-9.15 Opening

Lectures

9.15-9.45 Daan Raemaekers, Licht in de duisternis? Nieuw onderzoek naar het begin van veeteelt in Nederland

9.45-10.15 Hans Huisman, Finding Suitable Grounds: onderzoek naar de introductie van gewasteelt in het Nederlandse laagland

10.15-10.45 Harry Romijn, Kaart1672.nl. Hoe gegelatineerd perkament, inktvraat en een ongekende detaillering uiteindelijk leidden tot een website over het Groningens Ontzet

10.45-11.30 BREAK

11.30-12.00 Hans Peeters, Doggerland: jager-verzamelaars in een verdrinkend landschap

12.00-12.30 Anja Verbers, Pingoruïnes: de diepte in

12.30-14.00 LUNCH

14.00-14.30 Luca Alessandri, Salt and power project: ancient salt production in Latium (Italy) during the Bronze and Iron Age [English]

14.30-15.00 Maarten Loonen, Veranderingen in een 17de eeuws grafveld op Spitsbergen door dooiende permafrost

15.00-15.30 Hans Veenstra, Verguisd en vergeten: een 18de eeuws massagraf te Vianen

15.30-16.15 BREAK

16.15-16.45 Yftinus van Popta, De verdronken dorpen van de Noordoostpolder

16.45-17.00 Closure Daan Raemaekers

17.00-18.00 DRINKS

Bovenzaal

9.45-10.15 Cuno Koopstra, "Archeologie is van ons allemaal"; recente praktijkvoorbeelden van publieksparticipatie in de archeologie

10.15-10.45 Henny Groenendijk, De verdwenen Eems. Een internationaal netwerkproject

10.45-11.30 BREAK

11.30-12.00 Jasper Huis in ’t Veld, Late ijzertijd nederzettingen in Paddepoel

12.00-12.30 Canan Cakirlar, BioArch Show & Tell [English]

12.30-14.00 LUNCH

14.00-14.30 Leon Bok, De bedrieglijkheid van funerair erfgoed – Wat (oude) kerkhoven, begraafplaatsen en grafmonumenten niet vertellen…

14.30-15.30 Anja Verbers, Pingoruïnes: de diepte in – zelf op onderzoek

Grijze zaal

14.30-15.30 Jaarvergadering Raad van Advies van de Opleiding Archeologie

The Networking Day Archaeology is organized by the GIA, the Municipality of Groningen and the provinces of Groningen, Friesland and Drenthe.

Any questions or remarks? Please send an email to netwerkdagarcheologie rug.nl.

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