ATHENS CONFERENCE - 2020 - MOVING SEASIDE

ATHENS CONFERENCE - MOVING SEASIDE

"when there were no borders from east to west…"

This film summarizes the journey of Neolithic lifestyle from Anatolia to Europe. In the regions where this new lifestyle was born, and during the one thousands in the settlements where this changed and spread to new destinations, the scholars who are still studying in the intersections of conveyance to Europe are commentating.


Namely in the documentary "Moving Stones" project, the spread of Neolithic in Anatolia and in the regions close to Anatolia is being told in whole.


The documentarist crew who follow and witness the journeys of scholars following the traces, work continuously to share the documentary with the audience which will express the archaic past of Anatolia.

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ABOUT

SPEAKERS

Özlem Aytek

Nikos Efstratiou

Barbara Horejs

Duncan Howitt-Marshall

Catherine Perlès

Peter Tomkins

PROGRAM

10.20 − 11.00 Barbara Horejs OREA (Austria) Seafarers and Farming Pioneers Around 9000 Years Ago
11.00 − 11.40 Özlem Aytek Pamukkale Univ. (Turkey) The Role of Anatolia, Mediterranean Relations During the Neolithic
11.40 − 12.20 Duncan Howitt-Marshall BSA (Greece) Seafaring, Maritimity, and the Neolithisation of Cyprus
14.00 − 14.40 Nikos Efstratiou Univ. of Thessaloniki (Greece) First farmers on Cyprus Shaping the brave ‘new world’: archaeological stories of transition
14.40 − 15.20 Peter Tomkins Univ. of Nottingham (UK) The Social Sea. Divergent lifeways, brief encounters and intertwined histories across the southern Aegean during the seventh millennium BC
15.20 − 16.00 Catherine Perlès CNRS (France) Some Methodological Problems About Aegean Connectivity and Interaction Networks

VISUALS FROM ATHENS EXHIBITION

Barbara Horejs

Bu film Avrupa Birliğinin maddi desteği ile hazırlanmıştır. İçerik tamamıyla IFEA'nın sorumluluğu altındadır ve Avrupa Birliğinin görüşlerini yansıtmak zorunda değildir. This film was produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of IFEA and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.