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Paleopathological Colloquium on X-ray Projection Techniques

2 July 2019 in Zurich (Switzerland).

The Paleopathological Colloquium is a series of workshops organised by the Working Group for Historical Anthropology of Switzerland (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Historische Anthropologie der Schweiz, AGHAS) within the Swiss Society for Anthropology (Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, SGA). The topic for the meeting in July is

X-ray projection techniques for historical skeletal material

Participants are invited to bring their own skeletal material for radiological examination.

The workshop will take place at the Institute of Evolutionary Medicine (IEM) at the University of Zurich (Irchel campus). More information and a detailed programme is going to be available from the SGA website.

SGA

 

5. Workshop „Präparate menschlicher Herkunft in universitären Sammlungen“

1./2.10.2019 in Wien (Österreich).

Der fünfte Workshop „Präparate menschlicher Herkunft in universitären Sammlungen“ findet am 1. und 2. Oktober 2019 in der Pathologisch-anatomischen Sammlung im „Narrenturm“ in Wien statt.

Schwerpunktthema des 5. Treffens wird der „Sammlungserhalt“ sein. Darunter werden sowohl organisatorische, konservatorische und restauratorische Themenkomplexe zusammengefasst. Dies beinhaltet BetreuerInnenwechsel, BetreuerInnenverlust, Sammlungsverlust, Sammlungsumzüge, Fragen zur Lagerungsbedingungen einzelner Objektgattungen wie auch ganzer Sammlungen und restauratorische Arbeiten und Fragen an die Präparate.

Beitragsvorschläge können bis zum 31.07.2019 eingereicht werden. Nähere Informationen finden Sie im Call for Papers zur Veranstaltung.

NHM Wien

 

FACES Courses „3D Computerised Facial Reconstruction“

28 to 31 October and 25 to 28 November 2019 in Tübingen (Germany).

Forensic Archaeological Craniofacial Evaluation & Service (FACES) is a work group of the Paleoanthropology Department at Tübingen University (Germany), led by GfA member Katerina Harvati. The group promotes research and training in craniofacial identification and offers services in this area.

FACES offers the formation course „3D Computerised Facial Reconstruction“ covering the following topics: 3D objects and file types, post-processing, skeletal and muscular anatomy of the head and neck, principles of forensic and archaeological reconstructions and prediction of the nose and mouth. The course includes a practical facial reconstruction study.

Get more information and register at the course webpage.

FACES

FACES Course „Facial Reconstruction“

31 July to 01 August 2019 in Tübingen (Germany).

Forensic Archaeological Craniofacial Evaluation & Service (FACES) is a work group of the Paleoanthropology Department at Tübingen University (Germany), led by GfA member Katerina Harvati. The group promotes research and training in craniofacial identification and offers services in this area.

FACES offers the formation course „Forensic Facial Reconstruction Course“ covering the following topics: creating a biological profile (age, sex, ancestry), skeletal and muscular anatomy of the head and neck, facial soft tissue thicknesses, principles of forensic and archaeological reconstructions, prediction of the nose and mouth, regression formulas for determination of facial features and principles of craniofacial ageing. The course includes a practical facial reconstruction study.

Tuition fees are 900,00€ and include supplies and use of equipment and lunches. Get more information and register at the course webpage.

FACES

FACES Course „Forensic Anthropology“

01 to 04 October 2019 in Tübingen (Germany).

Forensic Archaeological Craniofacial Evaluation & Service (FACES) is a work group of the Paleoanthropology Department at Tübingen University (Germany), led by GfA member Katerina Harvati. The group promotes research and training in craniofacial identification and offers services in this area.

FACES offers the formation course „Forensic Anthropology Course: Identification of the Dead“ which covers human osteology, human & non-human identification, determination of biological profiles (age, sex, ancestry, stature), trauma analysis, pathology, cremation, assessment of the post mortem interval and identification methods for living individuals. The course contains lab work and presents case studies.

The course fee is 500,00€ and covers lunches. Get more information and register at the course webpage.

FACES

FASE Advanced Course 2019

12 – 14 September 2019 in Brussels (Belgium).

The Forensic Anthropology Society of Europe (FASE) gives a methodological course each year, alternating at a basic or advanced level. In 2019, an advanced course is held at the Université Libre’s Laboratory of Anatomy, Biomechanics and Organogenesis (LABO) in Brussels on the following topics:

  • Application of biomechanics in trauma analysis
  • Application of biomechanics in the analysis of pathological skeletal changes
  • Gait analysis

The deadline for abstracts is 1 July 2019. Registration and payment of fees is accepted until 1 August 2019. Registration fees are 200€ for FASE members, 270€ for non-members and 150€ for students. There is an option to only attend a one-day symposium for 50€. Get detailed information from the Course Webpage.

FASE Advanced Course 2019

Field Schools Giecz and Drawsko 2019

The Slavia Field School in Mortuary Archaeology is training students of physical anthropology and archaeology at two medieval burial sites in Poland, Giecz and Drawsko. The course comprises guided field and laboratory work as well as formal and informal teaching. There are two sessions:

  • 24 June – 17 July 2019
  • 18 July – 10 August 2019

The course is aimed at international students, teaching and work coordination will be in English. Accommodation and meals will be provided on site. Costs will be communicated on request. The organisers estimate that all course placements are usually filled by mid-March. However, there is no formal deadline and requests are accepted until the beginning of the courses. Get more information and apply at the field school websites for Giecz and Drawsko.

Slavia

Course on 3D Geometric Morphometrics

19 to 23 August 2019 in Can Carol (Spain).

The course is given by Melissa Tallman (Grand Valley State University, USA) and organised by the private company Transmitting Science. Participants will learn to manipulate 3D models and use them to collect landmark data, take measurements and to quantify and visualise the main differences in shape.

Places are limited to 18 participants and will be assigned by registration order. Early-bird registration deadline (course fee: 545,-€) is on 30 April 2019. Registrants after that date will have to pay 690,-€. The course fee covers course material, coffee breaks and lunches. Special fees apply to corporate participants and members of a list of ‚ambassador institutions‘ (including the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, AAPA). Get more information from and register on the course webpage.

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Summer School Osteoarchaeology & Paleopathology

June and July 2019 at Pisa (Italy).

The Summer School in Osteoarchaeology and Paleopathology is offered by the paleopathology division of the University of Pisa and organised by the Institute for Research and Learning in Archaeology and Bioarchaeology (IRLAB). It consists of lectures and practical experience in processing skeletal remains.

There are two sessions:

  1. 3 to 7 June 2019
  2. 1 to 5 July 2019

The tuition fees are 1,300.00€ and includes the course and excursions. Admission is limited to seven students based on a first to apply first to be accepted basis. Final application deadline is 30 April 2019. Get more information and apply through the IRLAB website.

IRLABpaleopathologia.it

Field School Pozzeveri 2019

June/July and July/August 2019 in Badia Pozzeveri (Italy).

The Field School in Medieval Archaeology and Bioarchaeology is an academic program aimed at training students in archaeological and bioarchaeological field and laboratory methods. It is organised by the University of Pisa and the Insitute for Research and Learning in Archaeology and Bioarchaeology (IRLAB). The areas covered include field survey and excavation practice, restoration and analysis of human skeletal remains and digital documentation.

There are two sessions:

  1. 17 June to 12 July 2019
  2. 15 July to 9 August 2019

Tuition fees are 2,250.00$ for one session and 4,000.00$ for both. They include meals and accommodation. Application deadline is 1 June 2019 but earlier applications are reviewed and accepted before that date. Get more information and apply through the IRLAB website.

IRLAB