Understanding Late-Neolithic Societies of China: Subsistence, Craft Production and Social Complexity
29 October 2019, 2:00 pm–4:30 pm
The International Centre for Chinese Heritage and Archaeology (ICCHA) will organise a joint research workshop, a partnership between the National Museum of China (NMC) and the UCL Institute of Archaeology, showcasing the achievement of archaeological research in the NMC on 29 October.
This event is free.
ICCHA Centre Administrator (Rui Pang)
IAS ForumUCL South Wing, Ground FloorGower StreetLondonWC1E 6BT
Excavation and research from the Archaeological Institute, National Museum of China
Presentations are led by colleagues from the NMC Archaeological Institute, in dialogue with researchers in the UK. Keynote speakers from the NMC include:
- DAI Xiangmin: Formation of Early States in China
- ZHUANG Lina: A Preliminary Research of the Jade Artefacts Discovered from the Jiangzhuang Site, Jiangsu
- GAO Huagang: Detecting the Palatial Area of Ancient Capital City Site Using Land Surface Temperature Downscaling: Take the Erlitou Site as an Example
- QIU Zhenwei: Evidence of Possible Early Rice Cultivation in Central China More Than 8000 Years Ago
Workshop Convenor: Yijie Zhuang (UCL)
This event is free. However please be sure to RSVP via Eventbrite as space is limited. Please don't hesitate to contact the ICCHA should you have any question regarding this workshop.