An International Symposium In Memoriam of

Prof. Dr. Angela von den Driesch

(1934-2012)

Saturday, 06/10/2012, 9:00-18:00

 

THANK YOU ALL FOR BECOMING A PART OF THIS MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE WITH US! 

&

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS!!!

 

@ Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations

This one-day symposium will be an exchange among world’s leading archaeozoologists (members of the International Committee of the International Council of Archaeozoology) and archaeologists based in Turkey, an anthro-zoological journey through the globe (from Patagonia to China) and human history (from the Palaeolithic to the Ottoman times), and a platform to discuss the universal problems of archaeology and archaeozoology.

We kindly invite you to join us at this unique event and become part of the burgeoning dialogue between international archaeozoology and Anatolian archaeology.

The symposium will be held in memory of Prof. Dr. Angela von den Driesch, who has been dubbed ‘the mother of archaeozoology’. Prof. von den Driesch worked, from Fikirtepe to Göbeklitepe, at a great number of archaeological sites in Turkey. 

 

Program

download as pdf

 

Main Sponsors

Koç University CSSH
Koç University RCAC

Co-sponsors 

NIT

DAIst

 IFEA

 


 Speaker profiles and abstracts


Discussants

 

 

Rana Özbal (Koç University, Turkey)

 

Scott Redford (Koç University, Turkey)

Berkay Dinçer (Ardahan University, Turkey)

Hitomi Hongo (Kyoto University, Japan)

Zbigniew Bochenski (Polish Academy of Science, Poland)

Angela Trentacosta (Sheffield University, UK)


 Post-symposium event: Talk 

Douglas Campana

 

(NYU, USA)

 

Studying bone artifacts--reconstructing manufacture and use

 flyer download

 

08.10.2012

16:00

Istanbul University Prehistory Lab

(The talk will be translated. Coffee will be served after the talk.)

For more information about this event:

Eylem Özdoğan eyozdogan@yahoo.com


For more information about the symposium

 

Canan Çakırlar

cakirlarc@si.edu


Useful Links

 

ICAZ HOME

archaeozoology.org

Zooarchaeological Social Network

Koc University Laboratory of Archaeology

online data publication archaeology

Smithsonian archaeobiology program

Archaeozoology videos on youtube:

archaeosoup

fish guys