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Symposium

Creating Material Worlds Symposium

Archaeology, School of Humanities, University of Glasgow

Generously funded by the Chancellor’s Fund

An event in two parts:

23 November 2012

Living in a Material World: Do things identify us?

An open discussion session where we will introduce our contributors‘ research, then open it up to the audience. We will be asking the fundamental questions of how material things identify us now, whether they did in the past, and what the role of identity theory should be in archaeology. Free and open to the public. To be followed by a wine reception.

4pm, Lecture Theatre, Gregory Building, Lilybank Gardens

24 November 2012

Creating Material Worlds: Theorising Identity in Archaeology publication workshop

An all-day workshop in which our contributors from across the UK, Europe and North America will get together to discuss their research as a group, in advance of the forthcoming edited volume on identity theory. To be followed by dinner for the contributors.

9am-5pm, Conference Room (321), Gregory Building, Lilybank Gardens

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