Pottery Wheel Throwing Skill Based on Field Experiments from Different Cultural Settings
27 November 2019, 9:00 am–12:00 pm
The Ceramic Technology Research Network will organise a workshop at the UCL Institute of Archaeology on 27 November.
This event is free.
- UCL staff | UCL students
Enora Gandon – Institute of Archaeology
Room 410Institute of Archaeology31-34 Gordon SquareLondonWC1H 0PY
This half-day workshop run by Enora Gandon (Marie Curie Research Fellow) is particularly recommended for any masters or research students studying or interested in ceramics or using ethnography in their research.
The event will take place between 9am-12pm in Room 410 at the Institute of Archaeology.
The Ceramic Technology Research Network aims to bring together staff and early stage researchers interested in the study of ancient ceramic technology and organises focused group activities that cross-cut the wide spectrum of archaeological ceramics research at the Institute of Archaeology.
The network’s interest covers earthenware pottery, high-fired glazed ceramics, as well as a range of other related artefacts. It is concerned with archaeometric methods of studying ancient ceramic technology, as well as traditional macroscopic approaches, and experimental and ethnographic perspectives.