DOGS - Past and present

  • The Italian Association for Ethnoarchaeology (AIE)

    1st INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
    DOGS - PAST AND PRESENT

    An interdisciplinary perspective

    Rome, 14th-17th November, 2018

    National Research Council (CNR)
    Sala Convegni, via dei Marrucini snc
    14th-16th November

    CNR live streaming

    Museo dell’Arte Classica - Facoltà di Lettere
    Sapienza Università di Roma
    Aula Odeion, piazzale Aldo Moro 5
    17th November

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About us

Funded in 1997 by Francesca Lugli, Alessandra Assunta Stoppiello, and Massimo Vidale, the AIE is a non-profit organization, whose aim is to foster the development and diffusion of ethnoarchaeology in Italy and abroad. Its members have been running ethnoarchaeological research in Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, Cameroon, Nepal, Pakistan, Australia, Russia, and Mongolia. The AIE organized seven conferences so far.

The latests (2010 and 2012) generated the following volumes:

Lugli F., Stoppiello A. A., Biagetti S. (Eds.) 2013. Ethnoarchaeology: current research and field methods. BAR S2472, Archaeopress, Oxford.

Biagetti S., and Lugli F. (Eds.) in press. Intangible Elements of Culture in Ethnoarchaeological Research, Springer.