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Summer School „Osteoanthropologie und Paläopthologie“

05. – 09.09.2022 in Brandenburg/Havel (Deutschland).

An geschichtsträchtigem Ort dem ehemaligen Dominikanerkloster der Stadt Brandenburg an der Havel, heute das Archäologische Landesmuseum werden wir uns 5 Tage mit der Befundung von menschlichen Skeletten beschäftigen und dabei die wichtigsten Aspekte in Theorie und Praxis erarbeiten:

  • Skelettanatomie und Zahnstatus
  • Altersbestimmung bei Erwachsenen
  • Altersbestimmung bei Kindern
  • Methoden der Geschlechtsbestimmung
  • Osteometrie & Rekonstruktion der Körperhöhe
  • Taphonomie und Diagenese von Knochen
  • Paläopathologische Diagnostik

Die Summer School richtet sich vorrangig an Fachstudierende und Mitarbeiter:Innen von Firmenarchäologie, Vorkenntnisse sind nicht erforderlich.

Die Dozentinnen sind freiberufliche Anthropologinnen mit langjähriger Berufserfahrung:

Kosten 300 Euro

Maximal 24 Teilnehmer:Innen
Detailliertes Programm und weitere Informationen zur Anmeldung unter info@anthropologie-jungklaus.de

Human Growth – Data Analysis and Statistics 2022

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17  to 23 July 2022 at Potsdam and Gülpe (both Germany).

The Society for Anthropology (Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, GfA), the Auxological Society and the University of Potsdam, for the fifth 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. The official programme will be preceded by an informal get together on Sunday evening. 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 2022. Get more information from the summer school invitation and from the webpage.

EDIT 10 May 2022: According to the organisers, the number of participants is 12 and not 15 as stated on the webpage.

Voluntary Participation in Exhumation

The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) is partnering with the University of Nebraska to conduct a recovery mission in Münster, Germany. DPAA is the agency within the U.S. Department of Defense that is responsible for recovering and identifying American military members missing from past conflicts. In Europe, this applies to U.S. military members who were Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA) during World War II. This recovery mission in Münster is an archaeological excavation attempting to recover the remains of one such U.S. military member. We are looking for unsalaried volunteers for the following dates:

17 June – 22 July 2022

If you are interested in participating in the excavation as a volunteer, please send your CV to the lead archaeologist, Dr. William ‘Bill’ Belcher: wbelcher2@unl.edu. In your reply, please provide the following information:

  • Name
  • Location (where are you going to travel from)
  • Languages spoken
  • Areas of Specialization (Archaeology /Anthropology /other – please state)
  • Can you drive? (and if so, what size car ~8 seater etc)
  • Timeframe available to volunteer (specific dates please)
  • COVID Vaccine Status (One shot / two shots / booster) – please note, if you are not fully vaccinated we may not be able to deploy you due to U.S. Governmental and local rules