29th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA)


Date(s) - 30/08/2023 - 02/09/2023


Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Archaeozoology related sessions:
• Multi-Proxy Approaches to Examining Human-Animal Interactions (session 39)
• Nature’s Bounty: The Role of Gathered Wild Resources in Past Subsistence (session 245)
• Animals in crisis: How can archaeology contribute towards solving contemporary problems in animal welfare? (session 267)
• Companions, Competitors, Fellow Travelers – Biomolecular and Zooarchaeological Evidence of Human-Carnivore Interactions in the Past (session 298)
• Dynamics of early agriculture in Europe and beyond (session 302)
• Tracing the History of Mediterranean Human-Environmental Systems Using Biomolecular Methods (session 325)
• Foreign and Local: Using Animals as Recourses in Coastal Environments (session 342)
• Bio-Arch Methodologies to Assess Mobility in the Past: The Need for Interdisciplinary and Multi-Proxy Investigations (session 350)
• Methods and Models for the Study of Human-Birds Relationships (session 390)
• Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Understanding Human-Animal Relationships in the European Pleistocene (session 416)
• Something Old, Something New: Recent Insights into Zooarchaeology and Paleogenomics Applied to Archaeology (session 481)
• What did the Romans ever do for us? Environmental perspectives (session 510)
• Investigating past human mobilities through natural resources exploitation: latest results and developments (session 560)
• Animals Make Identities: How People Expressed Their Social Affinities in the Stone Age? (session 567)
• Interdisciplinary coprolite analysis (session 573)
• Re-integrating the environmental archaeology of Europe’s ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ Neolithic landscapes (session 685)
• Zooarchaeology and mobility in the Past: human-animal interaction in Archaeology from Palaeolithic to Medieval times (session 693)
• Reconstructing Human-Environment Relationships in Extreme Environments: The Roles of Geoarchaeology, Zooarchaeology, and Archaeobotany in Water-Dominated and in Water-Deprived Landscapes (session 705)