AIA Yıllık Toplantısı Kolokyumları

The Medieval and Post-Medieval Archaeology Interest Group of the Archaeological Institute of America is sponsoring two colloquia at this year's annual meeting, to be held January 3-6, 2019, in San Diego, CA.
Saturday, January 5, 1:45 - 4:45 pm
The Medieval Countryside: An Archaeological Perspective (6I)
Organized by Effie Athanassopoulos, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Archaeological approaches and settlement systems in Medieval central Greece – Athanasios K. Vionis, University of Cyprus
  • Archaeological Survey and Understanding the Rural Landscape in Byzantine Greece: Some Specific Examples – Timothy E. Gregory, Ohio State University, and Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, Australian Archaeological Institute in Athens
  • Aegean Landscapes of the Early Middle Ages: New Perspectives from Naxos – Sam Turner, Newcastle University, and Jim Crow, University of Edinburgh
  • The Domestic and Built Environment of a Byzantine Village – Mark Pawlowski, UCLA
  • The Medieval Countryside at a Regional Scale in the Western Argolid and Northeastern Peloponnesus – Dimitri Nakassis, University of Colorado, Sarah James, University of Colorado, Scott Gallimore, Wilfrid Laurier University, and William Caraher, University of North Dakota
  • Remarks on Surface Survey Research in the Eastern Peloponnese – Anastasia G. Yangaki, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Greece
  • What Happens when Historians and Archaeologists talk to each other: the Avkat Archaeological Project – Hugh Elton, Trent University, John Haldon, Princeton University, and James Newhard, College of Charleston
Sunday, January 6, 8:00 - 11:00 am
Craft Production in the Medieval and Post-Medieval Mediterranean (7B)
Organized by Fotini Kondyli, University of Virginia, and Lucie Wall Stylianopoulos, University of Virginia
  • Age-old Traditions Coming of Age: Metal Production, Communities, and Landscape in the Medieval Balkans – Georgios Makris, Princeton University
  • Embroidery Workshops in the Ottoman Empire – Michalis Lychounas, Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Ephorate of Antiquities of Kavala
  • The “Stone of Athienou”: An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Stone Workers in Central Cyprus – P. Nick Kardulias, College of Wooster
  • Craft Production in an ‘Open-Trade Zone’: Metal Work in Late Medieval/Early Modern Aegean – Nikos Kontogiannis, Koç University
  • Connections among Craft Communities in the Late Medieval Mediterranean: New Considerations on Patterns of use of the Naples Yellow Pigment – Florence Liard, Université Bordeaux-Montaigne, France
  • On the Transfer of Knowledge in Ivories of the Medieval Mediterranean – Anthony Cutler, Penn State University
For more about the AIA Annual Meeting and information about how to register, visit https://www.archaeological.org/annualmeeting