Interdisciplinary Studies on Cultural Landscape of South–Eastern Sicily

We are glad to inform you that session titled Interdisciplinary Studies on Cultural Landscape of South–Eastern Sicily is accepted for the Jubilee Conference “The Past Has a Future!” at Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw.
The session will take place on Friday 13 December 2019
Below you will find general information regarding your contribution.
What are the important dates I need to know?
1. Conference Days 09th – 13th December 2020 (session 13th of December)
2. Preliminary program of session:

„Interdisciplinary Studies on Cultural Landscape of South–Eastern Sicily”

9.00-9.10 Session opening

9.10 – 9.30 Fituła Marta (University of Warsaw, Poland), Environment and Neolithic Strategies in the south-eastern Sicily

9.30-9.50 Paolo Sferrazza, Erica Platania (University of Catania, Italy), Butchery and consumption in Calicantone’s ritual hut: how activities shape the perception of a landscape?

9.50-10.10 Militello Pietro, Massimo Frasca (University of Catania, Italy), Leontini. Paesaggio e fortificazioni di età greca

10.10-10.30 Mario Rempe (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany) Landscape and Environment in ancient Kamarina. Perspectives from archaeological and paleoenvironmental Research

10.30-10.50 Angelo Castrorao Barba (Laboratorio de Arqueología y Arquitectura de la Ciudad, Granda, Spain) Landscape Trajectories and an Early Medieval Settlement in central-western Sicily: the Case of Contrada Castro (Corleone, Palermo)

10.50-11.10 Discussion and coffee break

11.10-11.30 Cacciaguerra Giuseppe (Institute for Archaeological and Monumental Heritage, Italy) Rock-Cut Landscapes in south-eastern Sicily. A Multidisciplinary Approach from Survey to Archaeological Interpretation

11.30-11.50 Fiorentino Girolamo, Stella Matilde (University of Salento, Lecce, Italy) Archaeobotanical Analyses in Sicily between 4th c. BC and 14th c. AD:Anthropic Impact, Agronomic System and Human Diet

11.50-12.10 Francesca Buscemi, Graziana D’Agostino (CNR-IBAM Istituto per i Beni Archeologici e Monumentali, Catania, Italy) Digital Technology, Structural Behavior and its Cultural Meaning in the Byzantine/Early Medieval Architecture of south-eastern Sicily 

12.10-12.30 Germana Barone, Paolo Mazzoleni (University of Catania, Italy), Grazia Spagnolo (University of Messina, Italy), South-eastern Sicily Ceramic Production: an example of Multidisciplinary Study

12.30-12.50 Marcin Matera (University of Warsaw, Poland), Transport Amphoras from Akrai against a Wider Background

12.50 Discussion

13.00-15.00 Lunch break

15.00-15.20 Chrzanovski Laurent (Universities of Sibiu, Romania, and Lyon II, France), Lychnological Sisters: south-eastern Sicily and northern Tunisia during the Roman Imperial Period and Beyond (late 1st to late 6th c. AD)

15.20-15.40 Dr Paolo Daniele Scirpo (National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece), Birth, Development, Disintegration and Conservation of an Archaeological Collection: the Case of Judica Collection at Palazzolo Acreide (Syracuse)

15.40-16.00 Maria Musumeci (Soprintendenza BB.CC.AA. Siracusa, Italy)   Attività e ricerche di Paolo Orsi a Palazzolo Acreide

16.00-16.20 Tomasz Więcek (University of Warsaw, Poland),  The coin of Akrai. L’estate

16.20-16.40 Roksana Chowaniec (University of Warsaw, Poland), Archaeological Landscape of Ancient Akrai, south-eastern Sicily

16.40 Discussion

• Abstract Structure:

1. The maximum word limit for the abstract is 300 words.
2. Your submission should be submitted in English.
3. Please download the abstract template and follow the format carefully
4. Once you prepared your abstract according to the above guidelines,
5. Submit your abstract to ( ) email address.
6. After submission you will be acknowledged of the receipt of the abstract via an email within 3 working days.

    • Important note: 
Maybe changes will be made regarding your proposal, following the results of the review process. The program of the session will soon be send to you after the deadline for the abstract submission.

    • Important documents:
1. Abstract to download:  Abstract_Template_The Past Has a Future

  • This panel is organized with support of the National Science Centre, within the project entitled “On the borders of Syracuse. Multidisciplinary studies of the ancient town Akrai/Acrae, south-eastern Sicily, Italy”  (no. 2016/21/B/HS3/00026)