Conditions for admission
In order for a paper or poster to be accepted for inclusion in an IWGP conference, the major subject matter should relate to the study of the human exploitation of plant resources (wild and/or domesticated) or human interactions with the environment, by analysis and interpretation of plant macro remains (mainly seeds, fruits and other plant parts if connected with seeds, but not charcoal or pollen and spores etc.). Limited inclusion of anthracological or palynological data may be acceptable in circumstances where this complements the plant macrofossil data.
19TH CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL WORKGROUP FOR PALAEOETHNOBOTANY
18TH CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL WORKGROUP FOR PALAEOETHNOBOTANY
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17TH CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL WORKGROUP FOR PALAEOETHNOBOTANY
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The steering committee
and with the help of the archaeobotany students of Paris
UMR 7209 - Archéozoologie, archéobotanique : Sociétés, pratiques et environnements
IWGP 2013 Thessaloniki
Ass. Prof. Dr. Soultana Maria "Tania" Valamoti, Thessaloniki
IWGP 2013 Topics
1. 'Integration' of different lines of archaeobotanical evidence, i.e. plant macros, pollen, charcoal, phytoliths.
2. Field recovery techniques and solving problems in difficult situations
3. The archaeobotanical investigation of food remains
4. The contribution of ethnobotany to archaeobotanical research
5. Origins of agriculture
6. Dispersal of cultivated plants
15th Conference of the International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, May 31 - June 5, 2010.
Dr. Felix Bittmann, Lower Saxony Institute for Historical Coastal Research (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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