(M07) Closing plenary: what have we learnt?
Friday 27th July, 4:00 – 5:30 PM. Room: SK4
Convenor: Daniel Kricheff, University College London
The Closing Plenary follows upon the model established in recent years at CHAGS10 in Liverpool and CHAGS11 in Vienna. The plenary provides a review on the week’s proceedings, discussions and conversations. Speakers will be tasked with following and reflecting upon the major themes of the conference, and considering points of contact—and divergence—among the diverse disciplinary, methodological and substantive approaches to hunter-gatherer research. Participants will answer the question: what have we learned, and where will this lead? The Closing Plenary is a closed panel, with speakers invited from across the CHAGS community. Speakers will provide remarks of between 10–15 minutes followed by a Q&A discussion with the audience.
Speakers: Daniel Kricheff, Anthropology, University College London; Mayo Buenafo-Ze, Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology, Leiden University; Yasmine Musharbash, Anthropology, University of Sydney; Carolyn O’Meara, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Yujie Peng, National Museum of Ethnology, Kyoto University; Graeme Warren, School of Archaeology, University College Dublin