22nd Meeting of Archeologie & Gobelets

Luogo della manifestazione

Geneva, Switzerland

The Laboratory of prehistoric archaeology and anthropology at the University of Geneva is happy to announce the next “Archéologie et Gobelets” conference in Geneva, Switzerland. This meeting will take place on Thursday and Friday (January 21st and 22nd), followed by an excursion on Saturday to Bell Beaker sites in Valais, Switzerland.

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With this year’s theme, “The Bell Beaker Culture in All its Forms”, our goal is to bring together the various fields working to better our understanding of the Bell Beaker Culture. We therefore invite all researchers to present their recent or ongoing work. We hope to stimulate discussions in all aspects of archaeology, anthropology, paleoenvironmental research, etc. The scientific and organizing committee is also eager to promote the work of junior researchers. All ideas are welcome!

The abstract submission deadline has been extended to the 26th of June 2020. Abstracts should be in English and limited to a maximum of 500 words. Please also include 5 keywords, all authors, and their respective addresses/affiliations. Please submit your abstract to: archeologiegobelets2021@gmail.com
The final program will be announced by the end of July 2020.

Registration fees:

· 30 € (general)

· 20 € (students and unemployed)

This includes the conference dinner on Thursday evening and the Saturday excursion. Box lunches will be provided for those who wish for 5€ per day.

Payments: due to the current Covid-19 crisis, this information is not yet available. Payment information will be posted on the website as soon as possible. The general registration deadline (non-presenters) is the 30th of September 2020. For any and all questions and concerns, don’t hesitate to visit our website (e.g. list of hotels and accommodations in the area), or send us an email.

Registration form: https://tinyurl.com/acheogob2021
Website: https://www.unige.ch/forel/lap/fr/archeogobelets2021/


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