4th Experimental Archaeology Converence, 14th November 2009, Aberdeen University and Archaeolink Prehistory Park.
Welcome to Aberdeen University – Professor Tim Ingold.
Does familiarity breed contempt? Exploring relationships between skilled practitioner and thoughtful scholars – Roger C P Doonan. (Abstract hosted by Aberdeen)
“I’m still learning”*: apprenticeship, archaeology, and the making of glass bottles – Frances Liardet. (Abstract hosted by Aberdeen)
Breaking the sense barrier – New directions for complexity, transformation & reconstructive practice in Experimental Neolithic Archaeoacoustics – Claire Marshall. (Abstract hosted by Aberdeen)
Challenging Pots: Experiments considering the taphonomy of British Neolithic ceramics and the application of residue analysis – Dana Millson. (Abstract hosted by Aberdeen)
Case Studies in Reconstructing 19th Century Science & Technology – Klaus Staubermann. (Abstract hosted by Aberdeen)
Experimental Archaeology After Simplicity – Implications for Reflexivity of Insights that a ‘Common World’ is Not ‘Given’ – Stephanie Koerner. (Abstract hosted by Aberdeen)
The online database (DExAR) – www.arts.gla.ac.uk/dexar/ – Farina Sternke
The Construction, Stability And Destruction Of Dry Stone Built Structures – John Barber and Graeme Cavers. (Abstract hosted by Aberdeen)
The Loch Tay Logboat Project – David Strachan. (Abstract hosted by Aberdeen)
Keynote speech ‘Cremating Miss Piggy’ – Dr Alison Sheridan FSA FSA Scot AIFA, Head of Early Prehistory, National Museums Scotland