About the Project
The project ‘Economic Models and Adaptation Strategies in a Varying Cultural and Environmental Context: the Northern Black Sea in the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age‘ (EMAS) is a research project hosted by the Institute of Anthropology, Archaeology and Linguistics at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.
The project was initiated in the spring of 2010 and is funded by The Danish Council for Independent Research | Humanities (FKK). Additional funding was granted by the Faculty of Humanities, University of Aarhus.
The project aims to investigate differences in the economic strategies employed by the ancient population in the northern Black Sea area as well as to understand how these economic survival strategies developed and adapted to environmental and cultural changes. On the basis of previous as well as newly acquired data, the project furthermore aims at understanding the demographic, socio-economic and environmental factors which caused major changes in the settlement patterns and modes of production throughout the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in the northern Black Sea area.
March 8, 2013
Vladimir Stolba & Jens Andresen: “A Story of Mountain People, Steppe Nomads, and Colonizing Farmers“, P.V. Glob Seminar on Past Cultural Mobility, Campus-Moesgaard, Auditorium 5.
September 21, 2012
Vladimir Stolba: “The Chora of Hellenistic Chersonesos: Demography, Cultural Exchange and Adaptation“, Humboldt Kolleg “Archaeology and Linguistics in the modern world. Exchange of knowledge in the History of Mankind”. Yalta.
Søren Handberg: “Aeolian Participation in the ‘Colonization’ of the Black Sea“, International Workshop on the Black Sea in Antiquity. International Hellenic University, Thessaloniki, Greece.
July 6, 2012
Fedor Lisetskii & Vladimir Stolba: “Applying Soil Chronology in Studies of Ancient Land Use”
4th International Congress EUROSOIL 2012, Bari
November 3, 2011
Vladimir Stolba: “Greek Countryside in a Varying Cultural and Environmental Context: Western Crimean Archaeological Project”
November 3, 2011
Søren Handberg: “Ceramic Koinai and Consumption in Early Greek Colonies ”
October 6, 2011
Jens Andresen: “Moderne Dokumentation der Spuren griechischer Besiedlung auf der Krim”
Deutscher Archäologenkongress Bremen