Dr. Rebecca Seifried – May 18th & Pub Night

“Seascapes and Fresh Water Management in Rural Greece: The Case of the Mani Peninsula”

with

Dr. Rebecca Seifried (Heritage Analyst, CAMEL)

and comments by

Matthew Knisley (PhD student, Anthropology)

Thursday, 18th May, 4:30-6pm *To be followed by a Pub Night!*

For a copy of the paper, if you have questions about the workshop, or need assistance in order to attend, please contact Mannat Johal (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha Rohret (srohret@uchicago.edu).

We look forward to seeing you there!

Dr. Natasha Ayers – May 11th

“A Provincial Capital in Upper Egypt: Using Assemblages in Context to Elucidate Use of Space and Chronology of the Second Intermediate Period”

with

Dr. Natasha Ayers (PhD, NELC)

and comments by

Dr. Lindsey Weglarz (PhD, NELC)

Thursday, May 11th, 4:30-6 pm

Haskell 315

If you have questions about the workshop or need assistance in order to attend, please contact Mannat Johal (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha Rohret (srohret@uchicago.edu).

We look forward to seeing you there!

Dr. Tekla Shmaus – May 4th

“Governance in the Uplands: Lifeways of Bronze and Iron Age Kazakhstan”

with

Dr. Tekla Schmaus (Anthropology Instructor, Harold Washington College)

and comments by

Dr. Kate Franklin (Heritage Analyst for the Afghanistan Mapping Project, CAMEL)

Thursday, May 4th, 4:30-6 pm

Haskell 315

If you have questions about the workshop or need assistance in order to attend, please contact Mannat Johal (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha Rohret (srohret@uchicago.edu).

We look forward to seeing you there!

Fred Stafford – April 20th (& Pub Night!)

Information Session on Grant Writing for the SSRC and NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants & the NSF Graduate Research Fellowships Program
 
with

Dr. Fred Stafford (Consultant)

This week’s IAW presentation will be part information session,  discussing the research proposal and broader impacts statements, and part mini-grant writing workshop. In the attachment below you will find two short exercises for Thursday’s workshop. While Dr. Stafford’s presentation will be aimed at archaeologists, anyone with an interest in applying for NSF or SSRC grants is more than welcome to attend.
 
After the workshop please join us for a drink or two at The Pub in the basement of Ida Noyes Hall!

Thursday, 20th April4:30-6 pm
Haskell 315
 
If you have questions about the workshop or need assistance in order to attend, please contact Mannat Johal (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha Rohret  (srohret@uchicago.edu).
We look forward to seeing you there!

Spring Schedule

Welcome back archaeologists and friends!

The Interdisciplinary Archaeology Workshop is back for the spring, so mark your calendars with this quarter’s lineup!

April  6th – Josh Cannon (NELC): “Historical Geography and Agricultural Management in 2nd Millennium BC Anatolia”

April 20th – Fred Stafford: Information Session on Grant Writing for the SSRC and NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants & the NSF Graduate Research Fellowships Program

May 4th – Dr. Tekla Schmaus (Anthropology Instructor, Harold Washington College): “Governance in the Uplands: Lifeways of Bronze and Iron Age Kazakhstan,” with comments by Kate Franklin

May 11th – Dr. Natasha Ayers (NELC): “A Provincial Capital in Upper Egypt: Using Assemblages in Context to Elucidate Use of Space and Chronology of the Second Intermediate Period.,” with comments by Lindsey Weglarz

May 18th – Dr. Rebecca Seifried (Heritage Analyst, CAMEL): “Seascapes and fresh water management in rural Greece: the case of the Mani peninsula” *followed by a Pub Night!*

June 1st – Dr. John Lindo (Human Genetics, Postdoctoral Fellow)

As always, the IAW is held in Haskell 315 at 4:30pm, unless otherwise noted. Happy Spring Quarter and we hope to see you there!

**Keep an eye out for info on our end-of-year party!

Mannat Johal – March 9th

“‘The South’ as object of knowledge between archaeology and history” 

with

Mannat Johal (PhD student, Anthropology)

and comments by

Eric Gurevitch (PhD student, South Asian Languages and Civilizations)

Thursday, 9th March, 4:30-6 pm

Haskell 315

For a copy of the paper, please e-mail Mannat Johal (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha Rohret (srohret@uchicago.edu).

If you have questions about the workshop or need assistance in order to attend, please contact Mannat Johal (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha Rohret (srohret@uchicago.edu).

We look forward to seeing you there!

Eva Mol – March 2nd

“Egypt in material and mind: The use and perception of Egyptian style and objects in Roman Pompeii” 

with

Eva Mol (Post-doctoral Fellow, Classics)

and comments by

Richard Neer (Professor, Art History)

Thursday, 2nd March, 4:30-6 pm

Haskell 315

For a copy of the paper, please e-mail Mannat (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha (srohret@uchicago.edu).

If you have questions about the workshop or need assistance in order to attend, please contact Mannat Johal (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha Rohret (srohret@uchicago.edu).

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Estefanía Vidal Montero – February 9th

“Desert travels: Exploring movement in the Atacama Desert” 

with

Estefanía Vidal Montero (PhD student, Anthropology)

Thursday, 9th February, 4:30-6 pm

Haskell 315

If you have questions about the workshop or need assistance in order to attend, please contact Mannat Johal (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha Rohret (srohret@uchicago.edu).

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

Matthew Knisley – January 26th

“Making Time in the Anthropocene”

with
Matthew Knisley (PhD candidate, Anthropology)

and comments by
Dr. Kathryn Franklin
Thursday, 26th January, 4:30-6 pm
Haskell 315

For a copy of the paper, please e-mail Mannat (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha (srohret@uchicago.edu).
If you have questions about the workshop or need assistance in order to attend, please contact Mannat Johal (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha Rohret (srohret@uchicago.edu).

Additionally, Professor Dietler will be talking about the UCAN website, which brings together archaeologists and their news from across departments and divisions, and soliciting suggestions prior to the workshop at 4:00 pm. You can check out the site at https://www.uchicagoarchaeology.com.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Jamie Countryman – January 12th @ 5pm

“Making the Mediterranean Resilient”

with

Jamie Countryman (PhD student, Anthropology)

and comments by
Catherine Kearns (Assistant Professor, Classics)
Thursday, 12th January, 5-6:30 pm

Haskell 101

 To be followed by a pub night!

For a copy of the paper, please e-mail Mannat (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha (srohret@uchicago.edu).

If you have questions about the workshop or need assistance in order to attend, please contact Mannat Johal (mannatjohal@uchicago.edu) or Sasha Rohret (srohret@uchicago.edu).

We look forward to seeing you there!