für den Nachrichten-Stream „Fortbildungen“

Vortrag zum Freiburger Gutleuthaus

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17.05.2021, 18:00 Uhr, online.

Bertram Jenisch und GfA-Mitglied Carola Berszin halten folgenden Vortrag beim Breisgau-Geschichtsverein (BGV) Schauinsland in Kooperation mit dem Alemannischen Institut Freiburg:

Die Siechen im Felde. Archäologische und anthropologische Befunde zum Freiburger Gutleuthaus

Der Leprafriedhof vor den Toren des mittelalterlichen Freiburgs gehört bundesweit zu den am besten untersuchten Grabstätten dieser Art. Etwa 10 Prozent seiner Fläche wurde von Juni bis September 2020 an der Kronenstr. 21 ausgegraben. Während seiner 376-jährigen Nutzungszeit bestattete man dort etwa 2.000 Menschen. Die anthropologische Bestimmung der Skelette und archäologische Auswertung der Grablegen und -beigaben erweitern unser bisheriges Bild zu den Siechen im Feld erheblich. Ergänzend gelang es, Teile des zugehörigen Gutleuthauses mit Bodenradar zu erfassen.

Die Veranstaltung wird über die Videokonferenzplattform Zoom abgehalten. Die Teilnahme ist kostenfrei, allerdings ist eine Anmeldung bei der Geschäftsstelle des BGV per E-Mail erforderlich. Aktuelle Informationen zur Veranstaltung finden Sie auf der Website des BGV.

Human Growth – Data Analysis and Statistics 2021

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19  to 24 July 2021 at Potsdam and Gülpe (both Germany).

The Society for Anthropology (Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, GfA), the Auxological Society and the University of Potsdam, for the fourth time, organise the international student summer school

Human Growth – Data Analyses and Statistics

The summer school includes an initial statistical seminar at the University of Potsdam and a retreat working week at Gülpe. Participants are required to bring their own modern or historical data sets to be analysed during the retreat. They are also expected to publish their results after the event.

The number of participants is limited to 12. The application deadline is 15 May 2021. Get more information from the summer school invitation and from the webpage.

Human Anatomical Preparations

11 to 12 November 2021 in Dresden (Germany).

The Dresden University of Fine Arts (HfBK Dresden) will host an international symposium in the degree course of conservation, entitled

Human Anatomical Preparations

History, Manufacturing Techniques and Ethics in Conservation

The aim of the symposium is to examine the current state of anatomical and pathological collections, specifically the human preparations stored and exhibited there. For this purpose, curators, conservators-restorers, anatomists, preparators, historians, etc. from numerous European countries will come together to address the following topics and questions: What was the significance of anatomical and pathological preparations in the respective historical context and what is their significance today? How does the transformation process of an actively-used teaching collection to a museum collection take place? What are the ethical requirements for the usage of human anatomical and pathological preparations for teaching and exhibition purposes today? What questions arise from this with regard to the preservation, conservation and restoration of human anatomical preparations? What influence do the historical manufacturing, preparation and conservation techniques of anatomical specimens have on the current state of preservation and to what extent have these contexts been researched at all? What expertise is available today and how can curators, preparators, conservators-restorers and other scientists work together for a better preservation of anatomical preparations and collections in the future?

Participation in the symposium is possible by registration via: HAP @ hfbk-dresden . de

Start: 11th of November 2021 at 3 p.m.

End: 12th of November 2021 at 10:30 p.m.

Get more information from the symposium webpage.

Contact

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FASE Basic Course

20 – 24 September 2021 at Heraklion (Crete, Greece).

The Forensic Anthropology Society of Europe (FASE) organises an instructional course covering the basics of forensic anthropology. It addresses newcomers to the field from various backgrounds. The course is composed of theoretical and practical sessions and includes an optional one-day symposium on 25 September 2021 which can also be attended separately.

There is a limit of 40 participants, so early registration is recommended. Get more information on and register at the course’s website.

The FASE organises courses annually, alternating on basic and advanced level. This event was originally scheduled for 2020 but postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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