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Workshop Theories and Models II, SPP 1630

Hfen von der Rmischen Kaiserzeit bis zum Mittelalter:


ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIO-CULTURAL CONCEPTS FOR THE ANALYSIS
OF HARBOURS AND MARITIME SOCIETIES

PROGRAMME OF PRESENTATIONS:
(every slot will consist of 25 minutes of presentation of the first speaker, 15 minutes
of presentation of the second speaker and 20 minutes of discussion with exception of
the first session on Rise and Decline)

THURSDAY, June 12th 2014:


13:00-13:30: Welcome, Opening remarks, thematic introduction (Gen.Dir. Prof. Dr.
Falko Daim)

13:30-14:30: Concepts and Tools from Environmental History and Social


Ecology I
Dr. Simone Gingrich (Institute for Social Ecology, Vienna): On tons and joules
in history: quantifying the socio-ecological metabolism of past societies
Dr. Natascha Mehler Prof. Andrew Dugmore (Univ. Wien/University
Edinburgh, SPP 1630): A framework for the comparative analysis of North
Atlantic harbours 800-1300AD

14:30-15:30: Concepts and Tools from Environmental History and Social


Ecology II
PD Dr. Martin Knoll (Institute for History, TU Darmstadt): Tracing
Transformations of Socio Natural Sites. Practice Theory based Concepts in
Environmental History
Dr. Stefan Feuser (Heinrich Schliemann-Institut fr Altertumswissenschaften,
Universitt Rostock, SPP 1630): The entanglement between the natural and
built maritime environment in the Roman Imperial Mediterranean. An
iconographic analysis

15:30-16:00: Tea/Coffee Break

16:00-17:00: Concepts and Tools from Environmental History and Social


Ecology III
Dr. Rainer Schreg (RGZM): Harbours and their hinterland: case studies on their
social and environmental interaction in Byzantine Crimea and early modern
Panama
Dr. Jan Trachet (Historical Archaeology Research Group, Department of
Archaeology, Ghent University): Medieval Bruges and its outer ports. A multi-
disciplinary research project

17:00-18:00: Concepts of the Rise And Decline of Ports and (Maritime)


Societies I
Prof. Dr. Christopher Loveluck (Department of Archaeology, University of
Nottingham): Maritime-oriented societies and the emergence and
disappearance of port settlements in northwest Europe, AD 600-1200:
theoretical and conceptual frameworks of interpretation

FRIDAY, June 13th 2014:

09:30-10:30: Concepts of the Rise And Decline of Ports and (Maritime)


Societies II
Dr Hanna Stger (University of Leiden, Faculty of Archaeology): From boom to
bust or sustainable development? A Space Syntax view on Ostias adaptive
capacity
Prof. Dr. Detlef Gronenborn (RGZM): Social cycles and neolithic societies

10:30-11:30: Concepts of the Rise And Decline of Ports and (Maritime)


Societies III
Dir. Dr. Barbara Horejs (Institute for Oriental and European Archeology,
Austrian Academy): Socio-cultural impact of maritime networks an approach
from Aegean prehistory
Dr. Johannes Preiser-Kapeller (RGZM, SPP 1630): (Un)friendly takeover. A
comparison between the emergence of "Western" maritime networks in the
"East in the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean, 800-1700 CE

11:30-12:00: Tea/Coffee Break

12:00-13:00: General discussion of the results