Conferences in 2014
1-2 March: "Meaning and Symbolism of Textiles and Clothing in Ancient and Modern Societies". National Museum of Denmark, Ny Vestergade 10, Copenhagen
Read more in Folkeuniversitets programme for spring 2014 page 39
1 May: Roman Dress in the context of Palmyra. A joint seminar between the The Danish National Research Foundation's Centre for Textile Research and the Palmyra Portrait Project hosted by the Palmyra Portrait Project at Aarhus University.
27-28 May: Materiality of Textiles and Clothing - Workshop, National Museum of Denmark and Museum of Copenhagen.
19-22 June: "Textile Terminologies - from the Orient to the Mediterranean and Europe 1000 BC - AD 1000". The Danish National Research Foundation's Centre for Textile Research, SAXO Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Second call for papers
23-26 June: Experimental Archaeology Workshop at the University of Warsaw. Aegean Bronze Age Textile Production Techniques – Spinning and Weawing.
26-29 August: 3rd Textile production workshop. Hands-on experience archaeology. Historical Archaeological Research and Communication Centre, Lejre, Denmark
7-13 September: ICOM Costume Committee Annual Meeting. This year's theme is Dress and Politics.
Call for paper
10-14 September: Textiles in a social context. Textile production in Europe and the Mediterranean in the 4th and 3rd millennia BCE. Istanbul Teknik Universitesi, Istanbul.
Provisional programme: Session T03S003. 13 September
22–24 October. 7th Arachne Conference: Women, Power and Agency in Antiquity. Tampere, Finland.
15 November. Ancient Textiles in Context. Symposium at The Hunter College Department of Classical and Oriental Studies, New York.
27-28 November. The Global Trade of Textiles and Clothing in the Early Modern Period - Exchange, Meaning and Materialities. International PhD and postdoctoral conference.
Global History and Culture Centre Department of History, University of Warwick, United Kingdom.