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CAC CENTRAL TOUR /
TOURNÉE CENTRALE DE L’SCÉC, 2009

Speaker/conférencier: Mark Lawall (University of Manitoba)
Dates: 16-28 November 2009


Mon 16 Nov., Université Laval (Québec)
Topic: “So there are prices and markets, so what? Archaeological efforts to advance debates over ancient economies”

Tues 17 Nov., Concordia University (Montréal)

Topic: “Ancient Global Trade: Interpreting and misinterpreting patterns of  trade in the archaeological record”

Tues 17 Nov., McGill University (Montreal)

Topic : “So there are prices and markets, so what? Archaeological efforts to advance debates over ancient economies”

Wed 18 Nov., Carleton University (Ottawa)

Topic: “Ancient Global Trade: Interpreting and misinterpreting patterns of trade in the archaeological record”

Wed 18 Nov., Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa

Topic: “An amphora, a statue and a very small temple: Amphoras and the architectural history of the Athenian Agora”

Thurs 19 Nov., Queen’s University (Kingston)

Topic: “So there are prices and markets, so what? Archaeological efforts to advance debates over ancient economies”

Fri 20 Nov., York University (Toronto)

Topic:  “Ancient Global Trade: Interpreting and misinterpreting patterns of trade in the archaeological record”

Mon. 23 Nov., University of Toronto

Topic: “So there are prices and markets, so what? Archaeological efforts to advance debates over ancient economies”

Tues. 24 Nov., Wilfrid Laurier University
& University of Waterloo (at WLU)

Topic: “Ancient Global Trade: Interpreting and misinterpreting patterns of trade in the archaeological record”

Wed. 25 Nov., University of Western Ontario (London)

Topic: “So there are prices and markets, so what? Archaeological efforts to advance debates over ancient economies”

Thurs 26 Nov., Brock University (St. Catharines)
Topic: “Ancient Global Trade: Interpreting and misinterpreting patterns of trade in the archaeological record”

Fri 27 Nov., McMaster University (Hamilton)

Topic: “So there are prices and markets, so what? Archaeological efforts to advance debates over ancient economies”

 

 

CAC WESTERN TOUR /
TOURNÉE DE L’OUEST DE L’SCÉC, 2009

Speaker/conférencier: Patrick Baker (Université Laval)
Dates: 13-19 October 2009


Tues 13 Oct., University of Winnipeg (a.m.)

Topic: “Greek and Latin Inscriptions of Xanthos and Letoon (Lycia, Turkey): Work of the Canadian Epigraphic Mission, 2001-2009”

Tues 13 Oct., University of Manitoba (p.m.)

Topic: “Greek and Latin Inscriptions of Xanthos and Letoon (Lycia, Turkey): Work of the Canadian Epigraphic Mission, 2001-2009”

Wed 14 Oct., University of Alberta (Edmonton)
Topic: “Squeezing stones to bring the dead back to life. Nine years of epigraphical work in Lycia”

Thurs 15 Oct., University of Calgary

Topic: “Greek and Latin Inscriptions of Xanthos and Letoon (Lycia, Turkey): Work of the Canadian Epigraphic Mission, 2001-2009”

Fri 16 Oct., UBC & Simon Fraser University (at UBC)

Topic: “Greek and Latin inscriptions of Xanthos and Letoon (Lycia, Turkey): Work of Canadian Epigraphic Mission 2001-2009”

Mon 19 Oct., University of Victoria

Topic: “Discovering Words, Understanding Cultures: the ancient Xanthians of Lycia”


 


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