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Networking in Archaeology since 1829 - Giornata di studio
Wann : 06.12.2019   09:00 - 20:00
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Studientag des DFG-Projektes "Gelehrte, Ausgräber und Kunsthändler: Die Korrespondenz des Instituto di Corrispondenza Archeologica als Wissensquelle und Netzwerkindikator"

A wide network of correspondents formed the foundation of the Instituto di Corrispondenza Archeologica, established in Rome in 1829.Rome, centre of attraction for enthusiasts of antiquity for centuries, was the starting point. As new such centres were established, new nodes were created in the networks accordingly. Scientific, diplomatic, commercial and personal networks overlapped and are often difficult to differentiate.
Collections of letters and documents preserved in archives show how, influenced by various factors, the networks grew, densified and changed throughout time.
The growing interest in these topics within the scientific community in the recent past has initiated an increasing number of digitization projects. Simultaneously, studies are being conducted on how to use digital tools and methods to obtain and extract information contained in the archival documents.
This study day will focus on studies of archaeological networks i.a. with the Instituto di Corrispondenza as a hub as well as digital methods and possibilities to record, analyse and visualise the data and thus the networks.


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9:00 Ortwin Dally | Rom
Welcome and Introduction

9:15 Creating a Network: Instituto di Corrispondenza Archeologica

9:15 Adelheid Müller | Berlin
Die integrative römische Universitas. Präfiguration des Instituto di Corrispondenza Archeologica?

9:45 Simon Hohl – Sabine Thänert – Marina Unger | Berlin
Gelehrte, Ausgräber und Kunsthändler.
Korrespondenz des Instituto di Corrispondenza Archeologica als Wissensquelle und Netzwerkindikator

10:15 Pausa | Pause | Break

10:45 Creating new Connections: Diplomacy, Society and Excavations

10:45 Anne Viola Siebert | Hannover
„Raum-Zeit-Kontinuum“. August Kestner und das Instituto di Corrispondenza Archeologica

11:15 José Remesal Rodriguez | Barcelona
Albert Dressel e l’altra rete scientifica di Bunsen. Religione e politica tra Roma e la Prussia

11:45 Federica Wiel-Marin | Padova
L’evoluzione del “networking”: lettere Bocchi, ieri e oggi

12:15 Hannes Lehmann | Bochum/Rom
Im Zentrum der Archäologie ihrer Zeit: Nadina Helbig (1847 – 1922)

12:45 Pausa | Pause | Break

14:00 Following the Paths: Antiquities, Science and Profit

14:00 Johanna Selch | München
Johann Martin von Wagner. Kunstagent und Netzwerker

14:30 Morgan Belzic | Paris – Christian Mazet | Rom
The 19th century’s antiquities sales in France. Artworks paths, people’s networks

15:00 Raffaella Da Vela | Tübingen
Ein Netzwerk für zwei. Das geteilte Ego-Netzwerk von Friedrich Hauser und Paul Hartwig in Rom

15:30 Pausa | Pause | Break

16:00 Creating new Nodes: Athens and the eastern Mediterranean

16:00 Katharina Brandt | Athen
Netzwerke des DAI Athen von 1874 bis 1914. Erster Überblick anhand einiger Beispiele

16:30 Birgit Sporleder | Berlin
Von Hürden und Helfern. Das Netzwerk Georg Loeschckes und der Aufbau der archäologischen Sammlung am Winckelmann-Institut

17:00 Archaeological Networks 2019: Analysing and Visualising the Data

17:00 Sébastien Plutniak | Toulouse
An International Research Network in Archaeology: the Groupe international de recherches typologiques between France, Italy and Spain (1969–1998)

17:30 Malte Vogl – Dirk Wintergrün | Berlin
Netzwerke als hermeneutisches Werkzeug

18:00 Discussion

19:00 Aperitivo | Aperitiv | Aperitif

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Abteilung Rom

Via Sicilia 136
00187 Rom

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Marina Unger
wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Deutsches Archäologisches Institut – Zentrale
Hohenzollerndamm 150-151
14199 Berlin
 

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