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FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT
1. GENERAL PRESENTATION OF THE CONFERENCE
The 12th ICAZ International Conference will take place in San Rafael
(Mendoza, Argentina), from 22 to 27 September 2014 (www.icaz2014argentina.com). The
conference
will
be
held
at
the
San
Rafael
Convention
Center
(http://www.congresos.mendoza.gov.ar/SanRafael/indexsanrafael.htm)
2. IMPORTANT DEADLINES
- Deadline for session proposals: June 30, 2013.
- Deadline for advanced registration (discount rate): March 31, 2014.
- Call for abstracts of oral and poster presentations:
deadline for thematic sessions: March 31, 2014;
deadline for general session: April 30, 2014.
There is no official language but there is also no simultaneous translation.
For further information, please write to: [email protected]
Except under special circumstances, information will be sent by e-mail and will be
available in the ICAZ Newsletter, ICAZ website and in the ICAZ 2014 website
www.icaz2014argentina.com
3. MAIN SCIENTIFIC AIMS OF THE CONFERENCE
The main objectives of the conference are to:
- promote archaeozoology as an increasingly important contribution to both prehistoric
and historical archaeology and to the history of biodiversity;
- strengthen interactions between archaeozoologists from all continents, in particular
those who find themselves in situations of partial isolation; the 2014 conference will in
particular focus in giving voice and generating closer links with archaeozoologists based
in Latin American countries;
- present new methodologies in archaeozoology and discuss their benefits and limitations
when applied to diverse faunal assemblages;
- promote interactions between archaeozoologists and scientists from other disciplines to
contribute to the development of new lines of research that help to improve our
understanding of the complex relationship between humans and animals.
4. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SESSION ORGANIZERS
Session organizers will be responsible for inviting session participants and
for all communications with participants.
4.1. Rules
Session organizers are invited to choose a specific topic within the diverse
range of archaeozoology studies.
1st step, deadline June 30, 2013: proposed session organizers should contact the ICAZ-
2014 organizing committee as soon as possible, no later than the end of June 2013, with a
written session proposal (10 to 20 lines) and a list of potential participants.
2nd step, deadline September 30, 2013: with help of the scientific committee of the
conference, the organizing committee will examine the session proposals, and, if
necessary and after discussion with the session organizer, will split or combine some of
them in order to adapt the general program both to the main aims and to the timetable of
the Conference.
3rd step, deadline March 31, 2014: it will be the responsibility of the session organizers to
sort out speakers’ abstracts, scheduling, etc. and to provide the ICAZ-2014 organizing
committee with a "session pack". It must include:
1) Name and full contact details of session organizer/s
2) Name and full contact details of proposed chair/s
3) The following details for each contribution/participant
Name of first author
Institutional address
Telephone
E-mail address
The participants’ role (Organizer, Chair, Presenter, Discussant, etc.)
Names and addresses of additional authors
Five keywords
Full title of submission
Abstract (up to 250 words excluding title, authors; abstracts should be sent directly to the
session organizer who will be in charge of collecting them)
5.) A session program which lists the order of presentations.
Paper titles and abstracts will be in the language used to deliver the paper.
Each speaker will have a 20-minute slot (15 minutes for the paper and 5
minutes for questions). The session organizers will encourage speakers to provide visual
aids (PowerPoint) for their presentations that can be easily read and understood, even
from some distance. It is essential that the session organizer keeps in regular contact with
the participants in the session.
To enable switching between sessions, concurrent sessions will start and
finish at the same time. Therefore, papers must always occur as scheduled. If scheduled
speakers do not attend, there will be a 20-minute break. All coffee/tea and lunch breaks
will occur at the same time.
The committee will assist with and monitor progress.
4.2. Recommendations
In the ICAZ-2014 conference we want to emphasize the importance of the
integration of Archaeozoology with the rest of archaeology and to encourage the
exchange of information and ideas between researchers working in different regions and
periods. It is for this reason that we strongly encourage sessions organized around a
common theme, which can be tackled from a variety of viewpoints (geographical and
chronological). We would also like all sessions to be truly international with a wide
participation of speakers coming from different countries and possibly continents. The
participation of speakers who are not archaeozoologists (archaeologists, historians,
botanists, biologists, biogeography specialists, etc.) who can provide important scientific
contributions is also encouraged.
All sessions will be organized in two-hour blocks, with five speakers per
block. Consequently, sessions could be formatted for: one-quarter day (two hours), halfday (four hours plus a coffee break), three quarters of a day (half-day + coffee break +
two hours), a full day (two half days + two coffee break). Proposals for half-day sessions
are encouraged, whereas session proposals with more than 20 presentations will be
discouraged or split into several different sessions.
The number of papers given by a single individual in the same session will
be limited to one (this includes introductory or discussant papers). If at least one of the
papers is co-authored, this limit can be increased to two.
We will encourage and help session organizers to find funding for their own sessions. If
you need any help or a letter of support, etc. from the organizing committee and/or the
ICAZ executive committee, don't hesitate to ask. Regarding problems or questions, please
get in touch preferably by email ([email protected]).
Many thanks for your support for ICAZ-2014!
The ICAZ-2014 Committee
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Dr. Umberto Albarella, Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, United
Kingdom.
Dr. Joaquín Arroyo Cabrales, Laboratorio de Arqueozoología, Subdirección de
Laboratorios y Apoyo Académico, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, México.
Dr. Laszlo Bartosiewicz, ICAZ President, Loránd Eötvös University Múzeum, Budapest,
Hungary.
Dr. Luis Borrero, IMHICIHU-CONICET and Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad
de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dra. Isabel Cartajena, Departamento de Antropología, Universidad de Chile, Chile.
Dr. Christopher Gotz, Facultad de Ciencias Antropológicas, Universidad Autónoma de
Yucatán, Mexico.
Dr. Donald K. Grayson, University of Washington, Seattle, USA.
Dra. María A. Gutiérrez, INCUAPA-CONICET, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales,
Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dr. Hitomi Hongo, Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan.
Dr. Yuan Jing, Center of Archaeological Science, Institute of Archaeology, CASS, Beijing.
Dra. Christine Lefèvre, Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Paris, France Dr. Akira
Matsui, Archaeological Center of Nara National Cultural Properties Research Institute,
and Kyoto University, Japan.
Dr. Richard H. Meadow, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA.
Dr. Guillermo Mengoni Goñalons, CONICET and Instituto de Arqueología, Facultad de
Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dra. Laura L. Miotti, CONICET and Departamento Científico de Arqueología, Facultad
de Ciencias Naturales y Museo, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina.
Dr. Lisa Nagaoka, Department of Geography, University of North Texas, USA.
Dr. Alberico Nogueira de Queiroz , Museu de Arqueologia de Xingó, Brazil.
Dr. Daniel E. Olivera, CONICET; Instituto Nacional de Antropología y Pensamiento
Latinoamericano; and Facultad de Filosofia y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
Argentina.
Dr. Joris Peters, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany.
Dra. Elizabeth Ramos Roca, Departamento de Antropología, Universidad de Los Andes,
Colombia.
Dra. Mónica Salemme, CADIC-CONICET, Ushuaia, Argentina.
Dr. Peter Stahl, Anthropology Department, Binghamton University, USA.
Dr. Eduardo Tonni, CICPBA and Departamento Científico de Paleontología de
Vertebrados, Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo, Universidad Nacional de La Plata,
Argentina.
Dr. Andrew Ugan, Far Western Anthropological Research Group; and University of Utah,
USA.
Dr. Hugo Yacobaccio, CONICET and Instituto de Arqueología, Facultad de Filosofía y
Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dra. Melinda Zeder, Smithsonian Institution, Museum of Natural History, Washington
DC, USA.
ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Dr. Luis Borrero, IMHICIHU-CONICET and Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad
de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dr. Fernando J. Fernández, CONICET and Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo,
Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina.
Dr. Miguel Giardina, Museo de Historia Natural de San Rafael-IANIGLA-CONICET,
Argentina.
Dr. Adolfo Gil, Museo de Historia Natural de San Rafael-IANIGLA-CONICET,
Argentina.
Dra. María A. Gutiérrez, INCUAPA-CONICET, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales,
Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dr. Andres D. Izeta, IDACOR-CONICET and Museo de Antropología, Facultad de
Filosofía y Humanidades, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina.
Dra. Agustina Massigoge, INCUAPA-CONICET, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales,
Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Dr. Gustavo Neme, Museo de Historia Natural de San Rafael-IANIGLA-CONICET,
Argentina.
Lic. Clara Otaola, Museo de Historia Natural de San Rafael-IANIGLA-CONICET,
Argentina.
Dr. Steven Wolverton, Department of Geography, University of North Texas, USA.
Dr. Atilio F. J. Zangrando, CADIC-CONICET and Universidad de Buenos Aires,
Argentina.
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