Conveners: Chris Roosevelt, Magda Pieniążek, and Peter Pavúk
Co-organized in partnership with Charles University and Tübingen University, the WANAT 2021 Symposium brings together scholars to present and discuss recent developments in interdisciplinary research on western Anatolia, as well as to discuss how to leverage shared information better and how to bridge research gaps.
The first day of the program features thematically organized topics, including textual evidence, burial rites, chronology, pottery, economy, and culture contact. The second day focuses on specific western Anatolian sites and recent fieldwork. The conference will be concluded by a general discussion.
For the detailed symposium program (GMT +03:00, Türkiye Time) click here and you can download the symposium abstracts from here.
Capacity is limited, please register for this event in advance from here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about how to join the event.
All contributions will be delivered online, in real time, with simultaneous translation between English and Turkish, which will also be the two official languages of the conference. Please make sure to download the latest version of Zoom in order to have the translation option.
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