Sheffield Aegean Round Table

The annual Sheffield Aegean Round Tables, funded by a grant from the Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP), are advanced research workshops showcasing new research and promoting constructive debate within the discipline. Papers from these Round Tables are published in the Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology series.

YearRound Table Title (click on link for more information)Organizers
2016Precious circuits: changing social, economic, cultural and symbolic values of metalsSue Sherratt and Toby C. Wilkinson
2013Of Odysseys and Oddities: Scales and modes of interaction between prehistoric Aegean societies and their neighboursBarry Malloy
2011Material Worlds of the AegeanChristina Tsoraki, Susan Sherratt and Roger Doonan
2010From the Foundations to the Legacy of Minoan SocietyMaria Relaki and Yannis Papadatos
2009Writing & Non-Writing in the Bronze Age AegeanJohn Bennet
2008Technologies of RepresentationJohn Bennet
2007Archaeology & Homeric EpicJohn Bennet and Susan Sherratt
2006Escaping the Labyrinth: The Cretan Neolithic in ContextValasia Isaakidou and Peter Tomkins
2005Vitreous Materials in the Late Bronze Age Aegean: A Window to the East Mediterranean WorldCaroline Jackson
2003Analytical Research in Ceramics in the Prehistoric AegeanPeter Day
2002The Emergence of Civilisation in the Bronze Age Aegean: Retrospect and ProspectPaul Halstead and John Barrett
2001Food, Cuisine and Society in Prehistoric GreecePaul Halstead and John Barrett
2000Urbanism in the Aegean Bronze AgeKeith Branigan
1999Landscape and Land Use in Postglacial GreecePaul Halstead and Charles Frederick
1998Metallurgy in the Early Bronze Age AegeanPeter Day
1996Cemetery and Society in the Aegean Bronze AgeKeith Branigan
1995Neolithic Society in GreecePaul Halstead

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