Frontiers Materialities Workshop
Details of the workshop programme below. This is part of the Life of the Frontier sub-theme.
12.00-1.00 Lunch - a buffet lunch will be provided
12.50-13.00 Brief introduction by Professor Richard Hingley (Archaeology).
1.00-1.30 Dr Edward Welch (School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Durham University) France, Algeria and frontier states
1.30-2.00 Dr Sam Hillyard (School of Applied Social Sciences, Durham University) The ebbs and flows of the village frontier: a case study of rural Norfolk.
2.00-2.30 Dr Ralf Ohlemüller (School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Durham Univeristy) Pushing climatic frontiers through space and time
2.30-3.00 Dr Paul Denny (Biophysical Sciences Institute, Department of Chemistry, Durham University) Neglected tropical diseases: a global threat and a medical / social frontier
3.00-3.30 Tea and biscuits
3.30-4.00 Dr Cherry Leonardi (Dept of History, Durham University) and Dr Matt Davies (McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge) The materialities of state frontiers in South Sudan: the history and archaeology of the southermost Turco-Egyptian frontier
4.00-4.30 Dr John Donaldson (International Boarders Research Unit, Durham University) 'Boundary demarcation and the contextualisation of territory in colonial and postcolonial Africa'
4.30-5.00 Dr. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly (Jean Monnet Chair in European Urban and Border Region Policy, School of Public Administration, University of Victoria) 'What is the life-cycle of frontiers'
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