EMAC09 is shaping up with a great range of presentations and posters from across the world. Please follow the links below for the provisional Oral and Poster programmes. Please note that this programme is tentative and provisional only, and it may be subject to minor changes.
If you spot any typo or other error, however, please let us know on email@example.com
Pottery, like no other material, reflects people's activities, intentions and aspirations. This is particularly apparent in the quest for European porcelain, or in the development of high end refractories for the Industrial Revolution. Over the last few hundred years, Britian has made substantial contributions to this world, and we would like to highlight some of these during EMAC '09. We will therefore have a special themed session "From Craft to Science", to promote and discuss the study of ceramics produced in the wake of the Industrial Revolution.
In addition, of course, we will maintain the traditional topics and themes that give EMAC its special flavour, while incorporating areas of renewed interest.
The session themes are the following:
- From Craft to Science
- Technology and Provenance
- Dating Ceramics
- Technical Ceramics
- Building Materials
- Methodological Developments
- Residue Analysis
- Islamic Ceramics
We are committed to make this EMAC especially inclusive. Therefore, in addition to European projects, we particularly solicit contributions from non-European countries, and on non-European ceramics. Several keynote speakers have been invited internationally. These include Ian Freestone, Clive Orton, Hector Neff and Venetia Porter
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