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AEA Spring Conference 2016: Draft Programme
St. Magnus Centre, Kirkwall, Orkney
F R I D AY, 1
S T
APRIL 2016
Speaker and co-authors
Title
Introduction
Picornell-Gelabert, Llorenç,
Gabriel Servera Vives, Manuel Calvo Trias
Wilkens, Barbara
S E S S I O N
Aniceti, Veronica
M O R N I N G
Registration from 9:00am
Parès, Andrea
People, trees and cultural landscapes in the islands
of Mallorca and Menorca (Balearic, Western
Mediterranean) based on anthracological,
palynological and archaeological data
Sardinia, animals and the sea: endemism, new
arrivals and exploitation in antiquity
In the middle of the Mediterranean: animal
exploitation in Sicily from Byzantine to Norman
times
Standing apart from the Final PPNB, the Cypriot
Site of Khirokitia: New Data about the Plant
Economy
T E A / C O F F E E
Farrell, Michelle,
Rowan McLaughlin, Rory Flood, Chris Hunt,
Caroline Malone
Castellano Alonso, Pablo,
Amelia Rodríguez Rodríguez, Marta Moreno
García
Servera Vives, Gabriel,
Montserrat Vivo Sastre, Arnau Garcia
Molsosa, Llorenç Picornell Gelabert, Manuel
Calvo Tria
Nelson-Viljoen, Cindy
Central Mediterranean islands: fragility and
sustainability in prehistory
Zooarchaeology of the Canary Islands: status of the
issue
The creation of islandscapes in the Balearic Islands:
the study-case of northern Minorca (Balearic
Islands)
Unravelling seasonal shellfishing behaviour during
the Late Stone Age at Pinnacle Point, South Africa,
through sclerochronological analysis
A F T E R N O O N
S E S S I O N
LUNCH
Hausmann, Niklas,
Matthew Meredith-Williams
Law, Matt,
Nigel Thew
Powell, Adrienne
Gal, Emily
Exploring accumulation rates of shell deposits
through seasonality data
Land Snails And Environmental Change In The
Western Isles And Orkney
Oh deer, what can the matter be?
Revisiting coastal sand movement in prehistoric
Scottish Islands
T E A / C O F F E E
Serjeantson, Dale
Rennell, Rebecca
Cucchi, Thomas,
Natalia Martinkova, Ross Barnett, Jeremy
Searle, Keith Dobney
Bishop, Rosie
The Outer Hebrides: marginal today but were they
marginal in the 1st and early 2nd millennium AD?
Islets for isolation, and causeways for connectivity:
fluctuating identities in Hebridean prehistory
The Orkney vole: an insular history driven by men
Plants and people in Neolithic Orkney: local
adaptations and cross-regional connections
Evening plenary lecture and wine reception with Prof Terry O’Connor from 7.30pm in association
with Orkney Archaeology Society
S AT U R D AY, 2
N D
S E S S I O N
9.00am start
Speaker and co-authors
Title
Pálsdóttir, Albina,
Jón Hallsteinn Hallsson, Sanne
Boessenkool
Mulville, Jacqui
Origins of North Atlantic domestic animals: Current
knowledge and the possibilities of interdisciplinary
studies
Shipping Species? Human Mediated Movement of
Animals in the British Islands
Small islands in the context of nearby large islands:
glorious isolation or close integration? Palaeoecological
case studies from western Ireland
People Land-use and Time: Investigating humanenvironment interactions in North Munster, western
Ireland
O’Connell, Michael
M O R N I N G
APRIL 2016
Spencer, Daisy
T E A / C O F F E E
Evans, Sally,
Jacqui Mulville, Camilla Speller, Keri
Roswell, Krista McGrath
Llorente-Rodríguez, Laura,
Eufrasia Roselló-Izquierdo, Arturo
Morales-Muñiz, Rachelle Martyn,
David Orton, Oliver Craig
Rofes, Juan,
Thomas Cucchi, Anne Tresset
Küchelmann, Hans Christian,
Natascha Mehler
Biomolecular whaling; Capturing cetacea via proteomics
Where do the cod come from? Assessing the first
historical presence of cod in Iberia: preliminary isotopic
analysis
Insular syndrome and Holocene diversification of
Crocidura suaveolens (Mammalia, Soricidae) on the NW
fringe of the European Continent: natural forcing or
human driven process?
Hanseatic falcon hunting and trading in Iceland during
the 15th to 17th centuries
A F T E R N O O N
S E S S I O N
LUNCH
Oceans Past COST Session
Harrison, Ramona,
Comparative Island Ecodynamics in the Norse
George Hambrecht, Konrad Smiarowski,
North Atlantic- An initial project report
Jette Arneborg, Christian Koch Madsen,
Ian Simpson, Andy Dugmore, Richard
Streeter, James Woollett, Adolf
Friðriksson, Orri Vésteinsson, Thomas
McGovern
Cussans, Julia
Iron Age Economies of Scotland: Islands versus
Mainland
Jones, Jennifer,
Feasting, foddering and farming: A stable isotopic
Jacqui Mulville
and zooarchaeological approach towards
understanding the consumption and use of marine
resource use in the Scottish North Atlantic Islands
Ólafsdóttir, Guðbjörg Ásta
CodStory; multidisciplinary research on Atlantic
cod, climate and historical fisheries in the North
Atlantic
T E A / C O F F E E
Orton, David,
James Barrett
Best, Julia
Mannermaa, Kristiina
Edvardsson, Ragnar
‘From Stockfish to Strekfusz’ and other Baltic cod
tales: stable isotope evidence for developments in
Baltic cod fisheries and fish trade during the 13th
to 16th centuries
Home to Roost: Local and distant capture of avian
resources in the North Atlantic Islands
Whales in the northern Baltic Sea – a prehistoric
perspective
Commercial whaling in Iceland 1600 - 1915
Conference dinner at the Lynnfield Hotel from 7.30pm
POSTER SESSION
Presenter and co-authors
Title
Murray, Stewart
A case for prehistoric apiculture
Powell, Adrienne
Rizzetto, Mauro
Oh, whistle, and I'll come to you!
Two shores of the same sea: British insularity and the
Continent in the Roman and early Anglo-Saxon
periods
Resources and disposal in an island landscape:
microarchaeology of middens at the Ness of Brodgar,
Orkney
Palaeoenvironmental Analysis of Early to MidHolocene Wood Peat Sequences at the LagganTormore Shetland Gas Plant, Sullom Voe, Shetland
Shillito, Lisa-Marie
Timpany, Scott,
Tim Mighall
More posters to follow
Oceans Past COST funding provided by
Student bursaries provided by

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