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Podcast: Experiences of preparing successful transnational collaborative proposals

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Live Project Exhibition

In the academic year 2010-2011 the CinBA Project invited course leaders of contemporary craft subjects at Higher Education and Further Education level to become involved in the research through a Live Project opportunity for their students. Using Bronze Age objects … Continue reading

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Young Animators

The children took part in the CinBA project through a collaboration between Southampton University and the weekly animation club run by teacher and digital media facilitator Peter Harvey in Bitterne Park Secondary School. Find out more >>

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Plenary lecture on pottery

Dr Joanna Sofaer joined the CECT Conference ‘Things in Culture, Culture in Things’ in Tartu by video link on 21 October to give a plenary lecture on Bronze Age bowls, a common vessel type in the European Bronze Age which … Continue reading

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Metals workshop in Cambridge

The Metals group met in Cambridge on 30 September 2011 to plan its forthcoming volume Thinking Through Bronze. This volume aims to address bronze as a medium for reflection and interaction by focusing on the properties and qualities that are … Continue reading

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Sheep and Man seminar on 28th October 2011

Sheep and Man is an interdisciplinary research seminar about the relationship between humans and sheep in prehistory. A DNA specialist, textile and fibre experts, a zooarchaeologist and an archaeologist are presenting their research at Suhmhuset. Speakers include Dr Elena Nikulina … Continue reading

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Celtic Festival at the Mitterkirchen Celtic Village

Mitterkirchen is a former Celtic village set on the Danube. After significant finds between 1980 and 1990 an original Celtic village was built, showing how the Celts lived 2,700 years ago. Organized in cooperation with the Upper Austrian Regional Museum … Continue reading

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Public lecture about Hallstatt prehistoric salt mine and its textiles

Lecturer: Dr Karina Grömer, Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien Time: Thursday, October 27th,  19:00, Auditoriet i Suhmhuset Hallstatt in Austria is a UNESCO World Heritage site, one of the most famous archaeological sites in Europe. The earliest part of the Iron Age … Continue reading

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Workshop for Designing the Interior of a Middle Bronze Age House in Asparn/Zaya, Austria

[singlepic id=577 w=320 h=240 float=right]The aim of the workshop was to make the interior and soft furnishing of a bronze age house together with the visitors of the musem. Usually houses in open air museum houses are very sparsely furnished, … Continue reading

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Manchester School of Art Bronze Age Blog

3D Design students at Manchester School of Art are participating in CinBA project by exploring the role that the craft maker can play inarchaeological enquiry, both as practice-based researchers-investigators and as interpreters of meanings within handmade objects from the Bronze … Continue reading

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