Genetic History:
A Challenge to Historical and Archaeological Studies


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Konferenzprogramm/Conference Programme (Stand: 23.9.2015)

Donnerstag, 1. Oktober 2015/Thursday, 1. October 2015

8.30 Uhr

Öffnung des Tagungsbüros

9.15 Uhr

Stefanie Samida (Potsdam): Genetic History: An Introduction

Genetics and History

9.45 Uhr

Johannes Krause (Jena): Genome wide Data from Ancient Humans Suggests Three Ancestral Populations for Present-Day West Eurasians that Genetically Admixed During the Neolithic

Veronika Lipphardt (Freiburg): Pitfalls of Interdisciplinarity. Why Geneticists Need to Consider Four Different Sorts of History

11.15 Uhr

Kaffeepause/Coffee break

Genetic History: Past and Future of a Discipline

11.45 Uhr

Jörg Feuchter (Berlin): Genetic History: A Timeline

Krishna Veeramah (New York): Using 2nd Generation Sequencing Data to Model the Demographic History of European Populations from the Migration Period

13.15 Uhr

Mittagspause/Lunch break

Genetic History and Ethnic Identity

15.00 Uhr

Yulia Egorova (Durham): New Directions in Genetic Research on Jewish History

Sebastian Brather (Freiburg i. Br.): Ethnic Identity and Genes? Remarks on a Non-Relationship

16.30 Uhr

Kaffeepause/Coffee break

Genetic History and Migration

17.00 Uhr

Walter Pohl (Wien): A Historical Migration and its Methodological Implications: The Case of the Lombard Invasion of Italy

Stefan Burmeister (Kalkriese): Archaeological Research on Migration as a Multidisciplinary Challenge – The Example of Late Antique Germanic Migrations

19.00 Uhr

Gemeinsames Abendessen/Conference Dinner

Freitag, 2. Oktober 2015/Friday, 2. October 2015

Genetic History and Kinship

9.00 Uhr

Kurt W. Alt (Basel): (Prä)Historische Gemeinschaften als soziale Systeme
[(Pre-)Historic Communities as Social Systems]

Frank Siegmund (Düsseldorf): Verwandtschaft aus der Perspektive eines Archäologen
[Kinship from an Archaeologist’s Point of View]

10.30 Uhr

Kaffeepause/Coffee break

Case Study I: The Vikings

11.00 Uhr

Marc Jobling (Leicester): Fishing in the Gene Pool for Vikings

Kerstin P. Hofmann (Berlin): Mit víkingr in die Identitätsfalle. Wenn historiographische Akteure ein Eigenleben bekommen
[Falling into the Identity Trap with ‚víkingr‘. The Effects of Historiographical Actors Acquiring a Life of their Own]

12.30 Uhr

Mittagspause/Lunch break

Case Study II: The Bantu

14.00 Uhr

Brigitte Pakendorf (Lyon): Molecular Anthropological Perspectives on the Bantu Expansion

Manfred K. H. Eggert (Tübingen): Genetizing Bantu: Historical Insights or Historical Trilemma?

15.30 Uhr



Ende der Tagung/End of Conference


letztmalig aktualisiert: 23.09.2015