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HARN 2016 In Association with the Swedish Institute at Rome

September 9, 2016

Date: 20th -21st October

Location: Swedish Institute of Classical Studies in Rome

The Conference will run from 9 am on the 20th of October to 17.30 on the 21st of October.

The final programme with running order, chairs, definite paper titles will be posted soon, this is the preliminary list of speakers, pre-arranged sessions and papers and may be subject to change:

Francisco Gracia-Alonso & Gloria MunillaThe protection of archaeological sites with ideological value during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). The case of Ampurias.

Elena Cagiano de AzevedoEvan Gorgor, an outsider among contemporary collectors?

Mustafa Kemal BaranAn Anatolian Story: The establishment of classical archaeology in Turkey.

Marion Bolder-BoosThe Greeks brought culture, the Phoenicians brought … stuff? – Phoenician archaeology in late 19th and early 20th century German scholarship.

Margarita Diaz-Andreu & Francisco Sánchez SalasRoman Archaeology in Spain (1900-1936/39): a survey.

Susan DixonRodolfo Lanciani’s selling of ancient Rome to the United States, 1887-1927

Meira Gold “Between plundering and scientific work”: Documenting and visualizing Tell el-Yahudiyeh, c. 1905

Kristian GöranssonThe Swedish Cyprus Expedition 1927–1931

Andrea GuaglianoneThe Porticus Minuciae problem in the light of the excavation journals of Giuseppe Marchetti Longhi and Guglielmo Gatti: A new reading.

Athena Hadji“studiosi delle antichissime civiltà dell’ Egeo”: A brief history of Italian archaeology in the Dodecanese (1912-1945). Preliminary results of archival research.

Vladimir MihajlovicDual Periphery: Roman Heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Austro-Hungarian Rule

Turgut Saner & Gizem MaterGilliéron versus Schleif: Two approaches of archaeological depiction represented on Larisaean architectural terracotta plates

Kate SheppardBaedeker’s Archaeology: A historical tourist in Alexandria

James Snead“Treasures of Primitive Empires Revealed”: Classical models for American archaeology, 1900-1920.

Csaba SzabóBeyond boundaries: The archaeology of Roman Dacia in the period of 1900-1945

Massimo Tarantini & Alessandro Guidi*The Emergence of Stratigraphical Archaeology in Mediterranean Europe: The Italian case-study (1900-1950)

Frederika TevebringThe Real and the Ideal: Reconsidering excavation and display in Germany around 1900. 

Frederick WhitlingThe Prince and Asine. Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf of Sweden and the Organisation of Excavations at Asine, 1920–1922.

Pre-arranged sessions:

Histories of Etruscology: The Etruscan Race

Maurizio HarariEthnicity and Politics: an Etruscan backstory of the 16th century.

Marie-Laurence HaackFrom Race to Soul: Etruscan people in Italian anthropology in the second half of the 19th and at the beginning of the 20th centuries.

Robinson Peter KrämerRace and Society. Archaeological interpretations of Etruscan and Roman societies during the National Socialism and Fascism.

Raffaella Da VelaRace and Peoples. Migrations in Etruria: from clash of races to meeting between cultures

Testimonies and protagonists in the urban transformation of the Campus Martius during the inter-war period [These are Preliminary English Titles]

Elisabetta Carnabuci – The interventions of the Fascist Governatorato in the Mausoleum of Augustus.

Monica Ceci – Giuseppe Marchetti Longhi: An unconventional voice.

Alessandra Gobbi – Agreements, delays and solutions. The correspondence concerning Domitian’s Stadium during the Fascist Governatorato.

Stefania Pergola – The continuous archaeological discoveries in the area of the theatre of Marcellus: Interventions in balance between emergency and safeguarding.

 

Women archaeologists and women in archaeology: between visibility and invisibility

Ana Cristina MartinsThe (in)visible world of Classical archaeology in Portugal.

Raffaella BucoloMargarete Gütschow photographic collection.

Apen Ruiz – Female archaeologists entering the field: reflections about women archaeologists working in Greco-Roman world.

Julia Roberts – Dressing the Part: British women archaeologists in the first half of the twentieth century

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