AEMBT- Scientific Programme

FINAL PROGRAMME, UPDATED 26/11/2018

FIRST DAY
12.12.2018
Salle Doucet – 3, rue Michelet, Paris

15.30
François Villeneuve – Paris 1 / UMR 7041 _ France
Welcome by the Director of ARSCAN and supervisor of the ACTECH project

PART ONE
The ACTECH Project
Buildings Archaeology, Archives and IT applied to Cultural Heritage

15.50
Piero Gilento – Paris 1 / UMR 7041 / ACTECH Project_France
The Study of the Near Eastern Building techniques and the Legacy of Howard Crosby Butler
16.30
Stefano Anastasio – MiBACT_Italy
The contribution of historical archives to Jordan archaeology: some case studies
17.10
Livio De Luca – MAP / CNRS_France
Reality-based 3D annotation for the collaborative study of heritage artefacts

17.50 – 18.10 Coffee Break

PART TWO
BUILDING IN THE “GREAT SYRIA” (I)
Material Culture in the Near East: building processes and pottery productions

18.10
Jean-Claude Bessac_CNRS (Hemeritus)_France
An overview of stone building processes in the Near East between Late Antiquity and the early Middle-Ages
18:50
Pierre-Marie Blanc – CNRS / UMR 7041_Paris_France
Pottery Production in the Hawrān from the Roman time to the Islamic era: Interactions and Exchanges between spaces and times

19.30 – Welcome Aperitif

SECOND DAY
13.12.2018
Centre Max Weber, Nanterre

PART THREE
BUILDING IN THE “GREAT SYRIA” (II)
Construction Techniques between Syria and Jordan

9.30
Pascale Clauss–Balty, Independent scholar_France
Building techniques in Southern Syria: a fully lithic and modular architecture
10.10
Pauline Piraud – Fournet – IFPO _ Amman_Jordan
Bostra, the “Trajan Palace”. Stratigraphy and Constructive Techniques

10.50 – 11.10 Coffee Break

11.10
Shaker al-Shbib – UMR7041, Paris_France
Building techniques of the Byzantine and Early Islamic Times of the fortifications in Northern Syria
11.50
Mattia Guidetti – University of Vienna_Austria
The conversion of landscape in Early Medieval Syria

12.30 – 14.00 Lunch

14.00
Piero Gilento – Paris 1 – UMR 7041 – ACTECH Project_France
Building Techniques in the Jordanian Hawrān: Chrono-typologies for Walls and Arches
14.40
Nayl Mohammad Tuhamer – Department of Antiquities of Jordan_Jordan
Byzantine and Islamic architecture in Northern Jordan

15.20 – 15.40 Coffee Break

15.40
Ignacio Arce – German-Jordanian University_Jordan
Stratigraphy, building techniques and the review of the phasing and dating of Late Antique and Umayyad architecture in Bilad es-Sham (6th-8th centuries)
16.20
Barbara Perlich – Technical University of Berlin_Germany
Building Qasr al-Mushatta

17.00- 17:30 – DISCUSSION animated by François Villeneuve

19:30 Joint Dinner

THIRD DAY
14.12.2018
Centre Max Weber, Nanterre

PART FOUR
BUILDING BETWEEN EAST AND WEST
Influences, Interactions and Transmission 

9.30
Apolline Vernet – UMR8167_France
Making the newcomers feeling at home: a reappraisal of domestic architecture in Near East after the Islamic Conquest
10.10
Jean-Pierre Van Staëvel – University of Paris 1- Panthèon Sorbonne_France
Echoes of the Empire: Building materials and techniques in Ifrîqiya under the Aghlabid and Fatimid rule 9th-10th centuries)

10.50 – 11.10 Coffee Break

11.10
María de los Ángeles Utrero Agudo – CSIC – EEA_Spain
Early Medieval Hispanic Churches (8th-10th c.). From stratigraphy to building technology
11.50
Pedro Gurriarán Daza – Independent Scholar_Spain
Islamic Building Techniques in al-Andalus from the VIII to the X c.

12.30 – 13.00
ROUND TABLE animated by François Villeneuve, Dominique Pieri and Antonio Almagro
CONCLUSIONS by Antonio Almagro – EEA / CSIC_Spain

13.15 Greetings

Piero Gilento

Marie Skłodowska Curie Postdoctoral research fellow at Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne

More Posts - Website

Follow Me:
TwitterLinkedIn


Piero Gilento

Marie Skłodowska Curie Postdoctoral research fellow at Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.