Spatial Dynamics in Oceania

30 janv.-1 févr. 2014
Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art (INHA) - Paris (France)
Aiming to explore the question of “Spatial dynamics in Oceania”, we propose to focus the discussion on three main themes related to key phases of Pacific islands prehistoric chronology: Discovery, Appropriation/Use and the Emergence of Traditional societies. Spatial dynamics can be perceived at various scales through analysis of intra-sites organisation, relationships between types of sites as well as a multitude of landscapes uses. We encourage contributions tackling a wide range of aspects relating to the spatial dimension of human activities at these three key phases of Pacific Island the societal trajectory.
Discipline scientifique : Archéologie et Préhistoire

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