I would like to inform you that the conference format for the
Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologist in Kiel, Germany from 8-11 September 2021 has
changed from hybrid to online only. Therefore, the
deadline for our seesion #456 "From Contemporary Knowns to Past Unknowns
- Unlocking Ancient Human-Environment Interconnections via
Modern Isotopic Records" has been extended.
The dealine is February 26.
Submissions can be made at https://www.e-a-a.org/EAA2021/Home/EAA2021/
More specifically this could include the
following topics, but is not limited to:
- nitrogen and carbon isotopic studies of modern plant and soil systems to better understand environmental and cultural variables such as manuring, tillage, cultivation, grazing, foddering, stocking rate;
- multi-isotopic studies of modern faunal materials with known history and their diet to better understand the effect of animal physiology and diet-tissue isotopic fractionation;
- multi-isotopic studies of modern environmental samples to create local and regional isoscapes to better understand the spatial distribution of isotopes and their relevance for humans and animals in the past.
(Institute for Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, Kiel – [log in to unmask])
-- Dr. Christine Winter-Schuh Wiss. Mitarbeiterin, Archäozoologie und Isotopenforschung Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte Johanna-Mestorf-Str. 2-6, 24118 Kiel, R. 141 Telefon +49 431 880-4379