Green Arabia Conference 2014

HRH The Prince of Wales introduces the Conference, April 2 – 4

 

HRH Prince Sultan bin Salman introduces the Conference, April 2 – 4

Green Arabia Conference, Official SCTH Promotional Video

 

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    Hosted by the University of Oxford and the Palaeodeserts Project, Green Arabia 2014 will see scholars and students from around the world gather for 3 days of presentations and discussions covering the latest multidisciplinary research on the prehistory of the Arabian Peninsula and its role at the cross-roads of continents.

    Climate change has played a pivotal role in the demographic history of human populations
    across the world. However, earth scientists, archaeologists and geneticists are increasingly
    finding that the relationship between environmental change and human history is both
    variable and complex. This exciting interdisciplinary conference will address what we know
    about human dispersal, adaptation and the role of climate change through four key themes.

    • Climate Change and Demography
    • Behavioural Responses to Environmental Change
    • Recording the Past: New Models, Methods and Discoveries
    • Bridges, Barriers and Habitats: Arabia and Beyond

     

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    The full programme including abstracts is now available!

    Green Arabia 2014 Conference Programme with Abstracts

     

    We are pleased to announce the release of the Green Arabia conference programme:

    Green Arabia 2014 Programme

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    Organisers

    Michael Petraglia

    Abdullah Alsharekh

    Huw Groucutt

    Ash Parton

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