Location: Social Sciences Tea Room (Room 802), Level 8, Human Sciences Building, School of Social Sciences, University of Auckland, 10 Symonds Street, Auckland.
Time/Date: 5:30 – 7:30 pm, Wednesday 2 May
As part of New Zealand Archaeology Week, Auckland Archaeological Society is hosting a seminar led by PhD Candidate Jane Jones, “Environmental Resilience of Communities in the Early Bronze Age Aegean”.
In this free seminar, Jane Jones discusses her research on Cycladic and Anatolian Early Bronze Age archaeology. Jane is a PhD candidate at the University of Auckland.
Her seminar discusses the resilience of ancient communities to significant environmental change such as natural disasters, contagion, global climate change and ecological collapse. It focuses on the Aegean Early Bronze Age communities of the Greek Cyclades and Anatolia, and the global climate change event that occurred 4200 years ago.
The seminar runs from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Jane’s talk will last approximately 1 hour, including question time, with nibbles and mingling to follow. The seminar location is the Social Sciences Tea Room, however if we have more attendees registered than the room will fit, we will let you know an alternative room closer to the time.
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