Traces in Time #3 and other new contents
The publication of the #3 of Traces in Time ejournal at the usual address has begun, while #4 is in preparation.
The Editorial Board is glad to inform all the authors that, from now on, papers in Italian will also be accepted for both Traces in Time and Living Past. An abstract in English must be provided.
During the last months, new interesting papers and dissertations have been published in the sections Living Past and Dissertations Archive, we invite you to have a look clicking on the links of the topmenu.
Traces in Time #2
The second number of the eJournal Traces in Time is now complete, published and available at this link.
We thank our referees for their generous collaboration.
We thank the authors who decided to publish their work in our newborn journal.
We thank everyone who contributed to publicise our initiative.
The Editorial Board
Gardening time. Reflections on Memory, Monuments and History in Sardinia and Scotland. 21st - 23rd September, 2012. Magdalene College, Christ's College and McDonald Institute, Cambridge.
Gardening may seem worlds away from nuraghi and brochs, but tending a garden is a long process involving patience, accretion and memory. Scholars argue that memories are also cultured, developed and regained. The monuments in Scotland and Sardinia are both testament to the importance of memory and its role in maintaining social relations.
The main goals of the conference are:
Contributors are invited to present papers on the construction of memory in European prehistory. Suggested materials for memory construction include, but are not limited to:
The following are amongst those expected to give papers, act as discussants or give posters at the conference (alphabetical order by surname):
Timetable and locations: