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12.30 pm Prof David Harris (UCL): Childe at the London Institute of Archaeology. 1.00 pm Dr D az-Andreu (Durham University): The international context ...

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Department of Archaeology

Durham University

South Road

Durham DH1 3LE

Childe fifty years after Conference on Saturday, 1st December 2007 Archaeology DepartmentDawson Building, Durham Universityhttp://www.dur.ac.uk/map/durham/ (No 41)

Coffee (9.30 am)

10.00 am Introductory remarks

Part I. Childe in History

10.15 am Prof. Jacek Lech (Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw): V. Gordon Childe: an archaeologist looks at History

11.00 am Prof. Timothy Champion (University of Southampton): Childe and Oxford (provisional title)

Coffee break (11.30-12 noon)

12 noon Prof Ian Ralston (University of Edinburgh): Gordon Childe - the Edinburgh years

12.30 pm Prof David Harris (UCL): Childe at the London Institute of Archaeology

1.00 pm Dr Díaz-Andreu (Durham University): The international context of Childe´s reception

Lunch break (1.30 pm- 3 pm)

Part II. Childe and Knowledge

3.00 pm Dr John Chapman (Durham University): "The Danube in [settlement] prehistory" - 80 years on

3.30 pm Prof. Elzbieta Jastrzebowska (Accademia Polacca di Roma): Gordon Childe and Late Classical Antiquity

4.00 pm Prof. Robin Coningham & Mr Mark Manuel (Durham University): Willing subordination in the Indus

Coffee break (4.30-4.45 pm)

4.45 pm Prof. Rowley-Conwy (Durham University): Culture, System, Context: What goes around, comes around

5.15 pm Mr Peter Gathercole (Darwin College, Cambridge): Childe, Marxism and Knowledge

6.00 pm Prof. Don Brothwell. Concluding remarks

No registration needed. No fee to pay

for further information please contact:

Margarita Díaz-Andreu

([email protected])

[email protected]gy/

www.dur.ac.uk/archaeology/conferences/current/childe/

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