The Archaeology of Gatherings
Institute of Technology, Sligo, Ireland
25th to 27th October 2013
The Archaeology of Gatherings is a thematic international conference to bring together a range of speakers from different disciplines including both academics and professionals. The aim is to explore the material culture and psychology behind gatherings of people. With 2013 being the year of 'The Gathering' this theme was chosen to examine why people over millennia have come together, often in large numbers, for religious assemblies, social interaction, to exchange commodities and ideas, along with other reasons such as farewells, wakes, political opposition, inaugurations etc.
Organisers: Sam Moore, Fiona Beglane, Bridget Brennan, Ursula Garner
Applied Archaeology, Dept of Environmental Science, School of Science, IT Sligo, Ash Lane, Sligo, Ireland
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