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

24 -27 of March: Traditional Textile Craft - An Intangible Cultural Heritage?
International workshop at The Jordan Museum, Amman
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Read the anthology from the workshop (Released in August 2016)

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.
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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
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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.
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Provisional programme: Session T03S003. 13 September

22–24 October. 7th Arachne Conference: Women, Power and Agency in Antiquity. Tampere, Finland.
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15 November. Ancient Textiles in Context. Symposium at The Hunter College Department of Classical and Oriental Studies, New York.
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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.
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