SHA 2013 Conference, Leicester

Si conclude oggi la 46° edizione della Annual Conference organizzata dalla SHA, Society for Historical Archaeology, per quest'anno ospitata nel grande campus della University of Leicester, in Inghilterra.
Di seguito riportiamo, a mo' di minimo aggiornamento scientifico, la lista di tutte le sessioni e interventi riguardanti l'archeologia subacquea.
A questo link è possibile leggere tutti gli abstract. 

Workshop-05: Submerged Cultural Resources Awareness Workshop 
Time: Wednesday, 09/Jan/2013: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Session Chair: David Ball, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation & Enforcement
Session Chair: Amanda Evans, Tesla Offshore, LLC
Session Chair: Kimberly Faulk, GEMS
Location: Attenborough 208

Symposium-119: Maritime Archaeology: a Mediterranean Perspective
Time: Thursday, 10/Jan/2013: 8:30am - 12:30pm
Session Chair: Massimiliano Secci, Università degli Studi di Sassari
Location: Attenborough 208

Archaeology of a nautical battle: the investigation of the Italian-French brig Mercurio
Carlo Beltrame
Università Ca' Foscari Venezia, Italy
The lost cargos of Torre Santa Sabina and east-west routes in the ancient Mediterranean 
Rita Auriemma, Francesca Silvestrelli, Antonella Antonazzo, Carlo De Mitri, Maria Teresa Giannotta, Federica Mauro, Florinda Notarstefano
Università del Salento, Italy
The Maddalena Archipelago Maritime Target Survey: a Collaborative Effort Towards the Enhancement of Maritime Cultural Heritage
Pier Giorgio Spanu, Claudia Giarrusso, Giulia Nieddu, Alessandro Porqueddu, Massimiliano Secci
Università degli Studi di Sassari, Italy
Roman lead ingots from shipwrecks: a key to understanding immigration from Campania, Southern Latium and Picenum in the mining district of Carthago Nova in the Late Republican and Early Imperial eras 
Michele Stefanile
Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale", Italy
The Adriatic Sea – Underwater Archaeology in Croatia
Jurica Bezak, Igor Miholjek
Croatian Conservation Institute, Croatia
Below sea-level. Combining Palaeolithic and Underwater Archaeology in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea.
Christina Papoulia
Department of History & Archaeology, University of Crete
Underwater Archaeological Parks in Greece: The Case Studies of Methoni Bay-Sapientza Island and the Northern Sporades – Moving From A Culture of Prohibition Towards a Culture of Engagement
Panagiotis Georgopoulos1, Tatiana Fragkopoulou2
Rebuilding coastal palaeo-landscapes in Apulia (Southern Italy).
Giuseppe Mastronuzzi1Rita Auriemma2, Fabrizio Antonioli3, Marco Anzidei4
1Università di Bari; 2Università del Salento, Italy; 3ENEA; 4Istituto Nazionale Geofisica e Vulcanologia
Ports and Settlements in the Gulf of Oristano. A Coastal and Underwater Archaeological Approach
Pier Giorgio Spanu1, Paolo Orrù2, Emanuela Solinas1, Raimondo Zucca1
1Università degli Studi di Sassari, Italy; 2Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Italy

Symposium-127a: Protected Wreck Sites: 40 Years of Protection Time: Thursday, 10/Jan/2013: 9:30am - 12:30pm
Session Chair: Alison James, English Heritage
Session Chair: David Parham, Bournemouth University
Location: Charles Wilson Belvoir City Lounge
Protecting Historic Wrecks in the U.K: the early years
Peter R. V. Marsden
Shipwreck Museum, Hastings, East Sussex., United Kingdom
The Kennemeland, then and now; managing high value wreck sites.
Douglas M McElvogue
TrenDarc, United Kingdom
The Management of Neglect
Robert Peacock
The Cattewater Wreck Archive Project
Martin J Read
Plymouth University, United Kingdom
The Swash Channel Wreck, Monitoring and Excavations 2007 – 2012.
David Parham, paola palma
Bournemouth University, United Kingdom

Symposium-305: Underwater Cultural Heritage Training Programs aimed at increasing Professional Capacity
Time: Thursday, 10/Jan/2013: 9:30am - 12:30pm
Session Chair: Christopher J Underwood, National Institute of Anthropology - Argentina
Session Chair: Martijn Manders, RCE
Illustrating The Components That Form Part Of International Training Courses
Christopher J Underwood
PROAS, Argentine Republic
Building relevant capacity in implementing Maritime and Underwater Cultural Heritage programs
William F. Jeffery1,2,4, Robert Parthesius1,3
1CIE-Centre for International Heritage Activities, Netherlands, The; 2Hong Kong Maritime Museum; 3Leiden University; 4University of Guam
Nautical Archaeology from your couch: The NAS E'Learning Programme
Rachel Quick, Mark Beattie-Edwards
Nautical Archaeology Society, United Kingdom
Not all its cracked up to be: The variety of roles of the NAS Training Programme in underwater archaeology
Mark I Beattie-Edwards
Nautical Archaeology Society, United Kingdom
Underwater Cultural Heritage Training Programs Aimed at Increasing Professional Capacity: the UNESCO Foundation and Advanced courses Held Between 2009 and 2012 in Thailand for the Asia - Pacific Region
Martijn Manders
RCE, the netherlands
Cultivating the Next Generation of Maritime Archaeologists: An Anglo/American Approach
Ian M Cundy1, Mark W Holley2
1Malvern Archaeological Diving Unit, United Kingdom; 2Northwestern Michigan College, USA

Symposium-226: Looking for the Iberian Ship
Time: Thursday, 10/Jan/2013: 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Session Chair: Tiago M Fraga, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Session Chair: Roger Smith, Florida Department of State Underwater Archaeology Program
Discussant: Roger Smith, Florida Department of State Underwater Archaeology Program

Revisiting Ria de Aveiro A (Portugal): a new approach to early modern Atlantic shipbuilding and maritime trade
Patrícia Carvalho
In Search of a 17th-Century Iberian Work Horse
George Schwarz
Texas A&M University, United States of America
Remote sensing and coastal site management of the Underwater Cultural Heritage of Cascais and Oeiras (Portugal): The case of the São Julião da Barra site.  
Jorge Freire1, José Bettencourt1, António Pascoal2, Luís Sebastião2
1Centro de Historia Alem Mar, FCSH, Portugal; 2Institute for Systems and Robotics, IST, Portugal
Mahogany and Iron: Archaeological Investigations of the Late 17th-Century Frigate Nuestra Señora del Rosario y Santiago Apostal
Kad Henderson
Florida Public Archaeology Network, United States of America
An Iberian ship for the Atlantic: a reassessment of Angra D, a probable 17th century Spanish shipwreck (Azores, Portugal)
José Bettencourt, André Teixeira, Catarina Garcia, Christelle Chouzenoux, Inês Pinto Coelho, Marco Pinto, Tiago Fraga, Tiago Silva
Centro de História de Além-Mar (FCSH-UNL|UAc), Portugal
Oriental Ceramics and Chinese Porcelain from a Portuguese Indiamen – the presumable Nossa Senhora dos Mártires (Tagus River, Portugal)
Inês Pinto Coelho
CHAM (FCSH-UNL|UAc), Portugal

General-018: Southampton Dock: Vessels of Conflict and War
Time: Thursday, 10/Jan/2013: 1:30pm - 6:00pm
Session Chair: Connie Kelleher, Underwater Archaeology Unit
Petrolheads: Managing England’s Early Submarines
Mark Dunkley1, Hanna Steyne2
1English Heritage, United Kingdom; 2Wessex Archaeology, United Kingdom
Where Archaeology and History Diverge: how the archaeology of mystery U-boat wrecks challenges official history but yields insights into the realities of anti-submarine warfare in World War Two.
Innes J. McCartney
Bournemouth University, United Kingdom
Gulfoil: Ghost in the Gulf 
W. Shawn Arnold
C&C technologies, United States of America
Deep-Water Shipwreck Site Distribution: The Equation of Site Formation
Robert Church
C & C Technologies, Inc., United States of America
Rockly Bay Research Project: Archaeology of a Naval Battle 2012 Field Season
Kroum N. Batchvarov
University of Connecticut, United States of America, Institute of Nautical Archaeology
"Top Secret" Maritime Archaeology: Preliminary Investigations on the San Pablo, Sunk During an OSS Operation in Pensacola, Florida in 1944
Gregory Cook
University of West Florida, United States of America
Archaeometallurgy of an 18th Century Shipwreck: The Sloop-of-war HMS Swift (1770), Santa Cruz, Argentina
Nicolás C. Ciarlo1,2,3
1Argentinean National Research Council; 2Underwater Archaeology Programme, National Institute of Anthropology. 3 de febrero 1370/78 (C1426BJN), Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tel.: +54 (11) 4 784 – 3371 / 4 783 – 6554. E-mail:,; 3Archaeometallurgy Group, School of Engineering, Buenos Aires University
Pirate Shipwrecks of Port Royal
Chad M. Gulseth1,2,3
1Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2Institute of Nautical Archaeology; 3Center for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation
Pirates and Prostitutes - Seeking the invisible: Identifying the cultural footprint for illicit activity in early 17th-century Ireland
Connie Kelleher
Underwater Archaeology Unit, Ireland
The Conservation and Analysis of Artifacts from the Site of the USS Westfield
Jessica Stika
Texas A&M University, United States of America

Symposium-140: Formation Processes of Maritime Archaeological Landscapes and Sites
Time: Thursday, 10/Jan/2013: 1:30pm - 6:00pm
Session Chair: Alicia Caporaso, University of Rhode Island
Session Chair: Joyce Steinmetz, East Carolina University
Discussant: Paul Johnston, Smithsonian Institution
A New Maritime Archaeological Landscape Formation Model
Alicia Caporaso
University of Rhode Island
Formation Processes of Maritime Archaeological Sites in the French West Indies Through the Example of Guadeloupe: A First Approach 
Jean-Sébastien Guibert1, Christian Stouvenot2, Frédéric Leroy3
1Université des Antilles et de la Guyane (France); 2Service Régional Archéologie DAC Guadeloupe (France); 3Département des Recherches en Archéologie Subaquatique et Sous-Marine Drassm (France)
The Formation of a West African Maritime Seascape: Atlantic Trade, Shipwrecks, and Formation Processes on the Coast of Ghana
Rachel Horlings
Syracuse University, United States of America
Riverine Site Formation Process of Steamboat Wreck Sites in the Western United States
Kristen Vogel
Texas A&M, United States of America
Sediment Identification Challenges: Is That Really Ancient Bilge Mud?
Meko Kofahl
Texas A&M University, United States of America
Assessing Environmental Impacts on Shipwreck Sites: Results & Lessons Learned from the 2009-2012 Gulf of Mexico Shipwreck Study
Matthew E Keith, Amanda M Evans
Tesla Offshore, LLC, United States of America
Potential Diver Impacts on Underwater Cultural Heritage: Case Studies from Asia-Pacific
Joanne L Edney
Charles Sturt University, Australia
Geoarchaeological and Historical Research on theRedistribution of Beeswax Galleon Wreck Debris by the Cascadia Earthquake and Tsunami (!A.D. 1700), Oregon, USA
Scott S Williams1, Curt D Peterson2, Mitch W Marken3
1Washington State, United States of America; 2Portland State University, United States of America; 3Environmental Science Associates, United States of America
Shipwreck Site Formation Processes of Commercial Fish Trawling and Dredging
Joyce H. Steinmetz
East Carolina University, United States of America
Shipwreck 43 and the formation of the ship graveyard in the central basin at Thonis-Heraclion, Egypt
Damian J Robinson1, David Fabre2
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 2European Institute for Underwater Archaeology, France
High-Precision Chronology Building at Coastal Sites on California’s Channel Islands
Chistopher S. Jazwa, Douglas J. Kennett, Lynn H. Gamble
The Pennsylvania State University, United States of America

SYM-622: “Strengthened for Service in the Arctic Regions”: The Wreck of Her Majesty’s Discovery Ship Investigator (1848-1854)
Time: Friday, 11/Jan/2013: 8:30am - 10:30am
Session Chair: Marc-Andre Bernier, Parks Canada
Location: Attenborough 002
35 people.

SYM-180: Guns, Provisions, and the Governor: The Wreck of the Warwick, Bermuda 1619
Time: Saturday, 12/Jan/2013: 1:30pm - 6:00pm
Session Chair: Katie Custer Bojakowski, Atlantic World Marine Archaeology Research Institute
Session Chair: Piotr Bojakowski, Atlantic World Marine Archaeology Research Institute
Discussant: Kroum N. Batchvarov, University of Connecticut
Location: Attenborough Lecture Theatre 1
200 people. Available 10th-12th, 8.30-18.00


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