Colóquio Internacional «As Culturas Históricas da Água observadas através dos Processos de Conservação da Água e dos Solos» (5 e 7 de Maio de 2016, FLUL)

Nos dias 5 e 7 de Maio de 2016, terá lugar, no Anf. III da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, o Colóquio Internacional «As Culturas Históricas da Água observadas através dos Processos de Conservação da Água e dos Solos», organizado pelo Centro de História da Universidade de Lisboa em colaboração com o CERIS do Instituto Superior Técnico, a Embaixada da República Democrática e Popular da Argélia e a Universidade de Biskra.
 
A entrada é livre.
 
Para mais informações, consultar programa e cartaz, em anexo, e conferir o site institucional do CH-ULisboa (http://www.centrodehistoria-flul.com/).
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New Publication: Living with the Beast: Wolves and Humans through Portuguese Literature

Artigo publicado na revista "Anthrozoös: A multidisciplinary journal of the interactions of people and animals” por um colectivo de investigadoras da FCSH-UNL.

O estudo foca-se nas relações dos humanos com os lobos, estudadas através de representações literárias.

Margarida Lopes-Fernandes, Filipa Soares, Amélia Frazão-Moreira e Ana Isabel Queiroz.

Living with the Beast: Wolves and Humans through Portuguese Literature. Anthrozoös 29(1) (2016): 5-20.

DOI:10.1080/08927936.2015.1060056

Os interessados em receber cópia do artigo devem contactar as autoras através do Research Gate.

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The International Meeting “Wood and Charcoal: Approaches from Archaeology, Archaeobotany, Ethnography and History” (Braga, 15-16 April)

The International Meeting “Wood and Charcoal: Approaches from Archaeology, Archaeobotany, Ethnography and History” is organised by Lab2Pt and the University of Minho, and will take place in Braga (Portugal) from 15-16 April. It is focused on the study of wood and charcoal from archaeological, archaeobotanical, ethnographic and historical approaches. Wood was in the past a key material and was used in many different ways in the day-to-day life. Domestic, artisanal and ritual tools, weapons, structures, buildings, log-boats, ships, carts, etc. were made of wood. It was also crucial for the developing of rituals and ceremonies. One of the main goals of this Meeting is to give visibility to this ephemeral material that made part in the past of all the spheres of life. The approaches to the study of wood –and also to charcoal- would be made since disciplines such as Archaeology, Archaeobotany, Ethnography and History with strong interrelations between them. The Meeting would include conferences lectured by recognised experts besides to short-communications and a poster-session, ending with a round-table.
 
For more details please see website: https://archwoodcharcoal.wordpress.com/
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CFP: Central European Conference of Historical Geographers

The Historical Geography Research Centre, the Institute of History, Czech Academy of Sciences, the Faculty of Science of Charles University in Prague, the Section for Historical Geography and Environmental History of the Czech Geographical Society, and the Local Organizing Committee have the honor of inviting you to join the Central European Conference of Historical Geographers, which will be held in Prague, Czechia from August 31 to September 2, 2016.

The conference is held in the heart of Europe, the historical city Prague and is focused on the latest development and research in the field of historical geography. However, it is open to all historical geographers and scholars from related disciplines, such as history, geography, environmental history, landscape ecology, cultural anthropology, who share an interest in the Central European space.

The organizers encourage you to submit complete session proposals, individual paper and poster presentations. The deadline for abstract submission is March 31, 2016.

For more details please see our conference website: www.historickageografie.cz/cechg2016.

Should you need further information, please contact Michal Semian (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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CFP: «As Culturas Históricas da Água em meios Áridos e Semiáridos observadas através dos Processos de Conservação da Água e dos Solos. Leituras geohistóricas e metodologias de investigação»

Data: 5-7 Maio de 2016

Local: Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa – Anf. III

O prazo para a submissão de propostas de comunicação termina no dia 22 de Abril de 2016.

Secções

1. Etnotecnologia e Memórias da Água na sua relação com os Processos de

Conservação da Água e dos Solos (CAS)

2. A CAS - Percursos de Investigação em Estudos de História Ambiental

3. Estudos de Caso e Metodologias de Investigação - Leituras Geohistóricas

Linhas temáticas

1. A utilização hidrológica de um território – Modo de acesso aos recursos por parte

das comunidades

2. Os sistemas de CAS observados através das linhagens técnicas

3. Os sistemas de CAS enquanto processos gerados / geridos localmente

4. A lógica dos sistemas de CAS e os códigos sociais – Uma estratigrafia identificada

pelos equilíbrios, tensões e conflitos

Data para a submissão de propostas de comunicação: 7 de Março – 22 de Abril de 2016

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