School of History and Archaeology, Cardiff University

BUILDING COMMUNITIES:

House, Settlement and Society in the Aegean and Beyond


Programme

 

In addition to the programme of lectures, poster presentations were displayed in Aberdare Hall throughout the conference.

Click on A to view the abstract of each paper or poster.

Tuesday 17 April
3.00-6.00 Registration
4.00 tea
5.00 Opening Session
Nick Fisher & James Whitley Introductory Remarks
5.15 Lisa Nevett Can You Do This With Archaeology? The Greek House as a Source for Social Relations
6.00 Reception
8.00 Dinner
Wednesday 18 April
9.00 Aikaterini-Akrivi Skourtopoulou Identifying Domestic Space through Refuse Patterns in the Neolithic of Northern Greece A
9.20 Nikos Efstratiou Neolithic Households in Aegean Thrace, Greece: The Contribution of Ethnoarchaeology A
9.40 Laura Steele The Neolithic Settlement at Çatalhöyük and Pueblo Ethnoarchaeology A
10.00 Stella Souvatzi The Identification of the Neolithic Household: Unfeasible or just Disregarded? A
10.20 discussion
11.00 coffee
11.30 Sorina Spanou Changing Patterns in Spatial Boundaries: Private and Public Space in Chalcolithic Cyprus A
11.50 Massimo Cultraro The Secret Charm of Everyday Life: Domestic Architecture and Social Changes at EBA Poliochni, Lemnos A
12.10 Dorothy Dvorsky-Rohner A Comparative Analysis and Interpretive Discussion of Cultural Expression in Domestic Space: The EH II Sites of Lithares, Boeotia, and Manika, Euboea A
12.30 discussion
1.00 lunch
2.30 Louise Hitchcock Naturalizing the Cultural: Architectonicized Landscape as Ideology in Minoan Crete A
2.50 Tim Cunningham In the Shadows of Kastri: An Examination of Domestic and Civic Space at Palaikastro A
3.10 Dorella Romanou Residence Design in Minoan Mallia and Variation in Residential Group Structure A
3.30 discussion
4.00 tea
4.30 Katerina Koltsida Domestic Space and Gender Roles in Ancient Egyptian Village Households: A View from Amarna Workmen's Village and Deir el-Medina A
4.50 Bryan Burns Life Outside a Mycenaean Palace: Elite Houses on the Periphery of Citadel Sites A
5.10 Kevin Glowacki House, Household, and Community at LM IIIC Vronda, Kavousi A
5.30 discussion
6.00 close
6.00-6.30 Poster Session (Common Room, Aberdare Hall)
8.00 Dinner
Thursday 19 April
9.00 Stelios Andreou Constructing Mounds: Stability and Change in the Communities of Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Central Macedonia, Greece A
9.20 Alexander Mazarakis Ainian Public and Private Space in Early Iron Age Greece A
9.40 Alexandra Coucouzeli From Megaron to Oikos: The Last Days of Aristocracy at Zagora A
10.00 discussion
10.30 coffee
11.00 Mieke Prent Cretan Early Iron Age Hearth Temples and the Articulation of Cultic Space A
11.20 Lena Sjögren A Model for Interpreting the Private and the Communal of Cretan Sites (800-500 BC) A
11.40 Franziska Lang Housing and Settlement in Archaic Greece A
12.00 Lin Foxhall House Clearance: Unpacking Domestic Assemblages A
12.20 discussion
1.00 lunch
2.30 Caroline Malone, Simon Stoddart & Fraser Sturt Extracting the Domestic from Indigenous Sicily A
2.50 Samantha Burke Delos: Architectural Enlightenment A
3.10 Chris Mee & Bill Cavanagh Functional Analysis of Survey Sites A
3.30 discussion
4.00 tea
4.30 Robin Osborne Did Democracy Transform Athenian Space? A
4.50 Margriet Haagsma Isonomia, City Planning, and Housing in Classical and Hellenistic Greece A
5.10 James Roy The Urban Layout of Megalopolis in its Civic and Federal Context A
5.30 discussion
6.00 close
6.00-6.30 Poster Session (Common Room, Aberdare Hall)
8.00 Dinner
Friday 20 April
9.00 Bradley Ault Oikos and Oikonomia: Greek Houses, Households and the Domestic Economy A
9.20 Karen Stears Working Wool: Locating the Domestic Economy in Classical Greece A
9.40 John Ellis Jones Living above the Shop: Domestic Aspects of the Ancient Industrial Workshops of the Laurion Area of Attica A
10.00 discussion
10.30 coffee
11.30 Kathleen Lynch More Thoughts on the Space of the Symposium A
11.50 Elena Walter-Karydi Public and Private in Classical Athens A
12.10 Karl Reber Living and Housing in Classical and Hellenistic Eretria A
12.30 discussion
1.00 lunch
2.30 Eva Parisinou Lighting Dark Rooms: Further Evidence for Social Interaction and Activity in the Greek House A
2.50 Barbara Tsakirgis Fire and Smoke: Hearths, Braziers and Chimneys in the Greek House A
3.10 Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones Aphrodite’s Tortoise: The House/Veil Analogy in Ancient Greece A
3.30 discussion
4.00 tea
4.30 Valeria Bylkova Settlements in Scythia and Olbia (Northern Black Sea Littoral) A
4.50 David Gill & Patricia Flecks Changing Domestic Space at Euesperides, Cyrenaica A
5.10 Richard Tomlinson Houses into Tenements: Domestic Architecture in Hellenistic Alexandria A
5.30 discussion
6.00 close
8.00 Conference Dinner
Saturday 21 April
9.00 Ruth Westgate Life’s Rich Pattern: Decoration as Evidence for Room Function in Hellenistic Houses A
9.20 Monika Trümper Functional Areas in the Hellenistic Houses of Delos A
9.40 Shelley Hales Dionysos in Greek and Roman Domestic Space A
10.00 Rebecca Sweetman Identification of Space through a Study of Mosaics: A Case Study, Knossos, Crete A
10.20 discussion
11.00 coffee
11.30 Maria Papaioannou The Roman Domus in the Greek World A
11.50 Richard Alston Antique Houses in Late Antique Egypt A
12.10 Concluding Remarks & Discussion
1.00 lunch


POSTERS
Conn Murphy The Polite and Vernacular of Minoan Architecture A
Matthew Fitzjohn Searching for the Domestic: Transformations of the Built Environment in Archaic and Classical Sicily A
Katharine von Stackelberg The horti of Maecenas: from commune sepulchrum to horti salubribus A

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