Posts Tagged: EAA 2012

Animal pragmatism

My contribution to the 2012 EAA session Animal agency? is now available in extended article draft form over at academia.edu. The paper is called Animal pragmatism. Take a look if you’re interested. It’s unlikely the paper will ever be published.

Animal pragmatism

My contribution to the 2012 EAA session Animal agency? is now available in extended article draft form over at academia.edu. The paper is called Animal pragmatism. Take a look if you’re interested. It’s unlikely the paper will ever be published.

Eating

Since there is most likely going to be a proceeding publication on the upcoming EAA session (Animal agency?) that I am partaking, I have now started writing my paper in the hope that I will have something to hand to

Eating

Since there is most likely going to be a proceeding publication on the upcoming EAA session (Animal agency?) that I am partaking, I have now started writing my paper in the hope that I will have something to hand to

EAA 2012 in Helsinki

Yesterday I received an email saying that my paper proposal for the upcoming meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists has been accepted. I sent in a proposal for the session called ‘Animal agency?’. This is what I wrote: Animal

EAA 2012 in Helsinki

Yesterday I received an email saying that my paper proposal for the upcoming meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists has been accepted. I sent in a proposal for the session called ‘Animal agency?’. This is what I wrote: Animal