On the basis of several examples from East Asia, Western Africa and Anatolia Dr Andrea Kay (Max Planck Institute), Professor Mayke Wagner, Dr Jörg Linstädter and Dr Lee Clare (all German Archaeological Institute) continue the discussion of how changes of nature and environment effected the lived reality of past communities and how their reaction can be reconstructed.
Panelists: Dr Lee Clare (German Archaeological Institute) Dr Andrea Kay (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History) Dr Jörg Linstädter (German Archaeological Institute) Professor Mayke Wagner (German Archaeological Institute)
The conference “Ground Check – Cultural Heritage and Climate Change“, which was postponed due to the Covid 19 situation, is now being carried out as a online event series. On six dates between September 23 and October 29, 2020, experts will speak on the subject of cultural heritage and climate change. The discussion topics will be presented by the speakers in a 3-5 minute keynote speech and then discussed with the other participants. The event series takes place on the Zoom online platform. To register please follow the link on the ArcHerNet conference Website. The event series is conducted by the German Archaeological Institute and the Archaeological Heritage Network. ArcHerNet is supported by the German Federal Foreign Office.
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