Conference Talks

2019, JanJomon Transitions in Comparative Context: complexity, materiality, ritual and demography in prehistoric Japan, University of Cambridge, UKCeccarelli, A., Liliana Janik, Emilie Green (with Naoko Matsumoto, Ryuzaburo Takahashi and Masato Nishino), 2019.  Connecting the Landscape: Materiality of Substance in Jomon Japan
2018, DecCPG, Ceramic Petrology Group, Tübingen, Germany.Ceccarelli, A., P. Quinn, R.N. Singh, and C. A. Petrie. 2018. Networks of craftspeople and ceramic traditions in NW India: an ethnoarchaeological study of the Kumhars in Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh.
2018, DecAllchin Symposium on the Archaeology of South Asia, University of Cambridge, UKCeccarelli, A., R.N. Singh and C. A. Petrie. 2018. Networks of craftspeople and ceramic traditions in NW India: an ethnoarchaeological study of the Kumhars in Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh.
2018, JulyEASAA, European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art, Naples, ITCeccarelli, A., P.S. Quinn, R.N. Singh, and C.A. Petrie, 2018. Pottery production and rural landscapes of the Indus Civilisation: a techno-compositional reassessment of Bronze Age ceramic traditions in NW India
2018, JuneBSA, British School at Athens, Fitch laboratory, GreeceCeccarelli, A., The potter’s wheel and the Indus Civilisation: a technological re-examination of Bronze Age Craft production
2018, MayBSA, British School at Athens, Fitch laboratory, GreeceCeccarelli, A., Ceramics and castes of India: ethno-archaeology of pottery making in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh
2017, NovIAS, Golden Jubilee of the Indian Archaeological Society. Joint conference IAS, ISPQS, HCS, Varanasi, IndiaCeccarelli, A., 2017. Questioning Collapse of Indus Craft Traditions: Petrographic Analysis of Ceramics from North-Western India.
2017, SeptEMAC, European Meeting on Ancient Ceramics, Bordeaux, FranceCeccarelli A., Petrie C.A., Quinn P. S., 2017. Beyond the Eclipse of Urbanism: Clay, Crafts and Technologies of the Indus Age.
2017, AugEAAA, European Association for Asian Art and Archaeology, Zurich, SwitzerlandCeccarelli, A. 2017. Indus and Post-Indus Villages in NW India: Transformations and Innovations of Ceramic Industries in the Bronze Age of South Asia.
2017, MayHA, Historical Association Annual Conference, Manchester, UKCeccarelli, A., 2017. The Indus Civilisation: Recent Archaeological Discoveries and the British Museum Collection.
2016, DecUCL CREDOC: ‘Could Modern Civilisation Collapse?’, London, UKCeccarelli, A., 2016. A Tale of Rains, Fires and Lost Cities: Indus ceramic technology vis-à-vis urban decline.
2016, DecAllchin Symposium on the Archaeology of South Asia, University of Cambridge, UKCeccarelli, A., 2016. Memories of cities and rural technologies: social reproduction and transformations at the twilight of the Indus urbanism.
2016, NovCPG, Ceramic Petrology Group, Leiden University, Netherland.Ceccarelli, A., Petrie, C.A., Quinn, P.S., and Singh, R.N., 2016. Urbanisation and De-urbanisation of the Indus Civilisation in NW India: A Technological and Compositional Study.
2016, JulyEASAA – European Association for South Asian Archaeology and Art, Cardiff University, UK.Ceccarelli, A., Petrie, C.A., and Singh, R.N., 2016. Indus Civilisation and the Protohistoric Ceramic Industries in North-Western India: a reassessment.