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14.10.10

Department of Archaeology, University of Reading, UK

The ecology of crusading: Project launch

16.11.10

Institute of Archaeology,
UCL, UK

Transforming a sacred frontier landscape:
Exploring the environmental impact of crusading and colonisation in medieval Prussia and Livonia (Pluskowski & Brown)

1.12.10

Department of Archaeology, University of Reading, UK

Capturing ecological transformation in the era of crusading: Methodological challenges (Pluskowski & Brown)

1.2.11

Estonian Embassy, London

Driving out old gods: Exploring the environmental impact of crusading, colonisation and religious conversion in the medieval Baltic (Pluskowski, Brown, Shillito)

16.3.11

Department of Archaeology, University of York, UK

Transforming a sacred frontier landscape:
Exploring the environmental impact of crusading and colonisation in medieval Prussia and Livonia (Pluskowski, Brown, Shillito)

19.4.11

Institute of History and Archaeology, University of Tartu, Estonia

The ecology of crusading project:
Exploring the environmental impact of crusading and colonisation in medieval Prussia and Livonia (Pluskowski & Brown)

9.5.11

Institute of Baltic Sea Region History and Archaeology, University of Klaipėda, Lithuania

The ecology of crusading research project:
Synchronising environmental data for Baltic crusader landscapes (Pluskowski & Seetah)

14.9.11

European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting, Oslo, Norway

Various papers by Brown, Seetah, Makowiecki, Shillito, Orton, Rannamae & Valk and Pluskowski on the project within the session "Life at the Frontier: The Ecological Signatures of Human Colonisation in the North"

2.10.11

Institute of Archaeology, University of Stockholm, Sweden

Transforming a sacred frontier landscape: Exploring the environmental impact of crusading and colonisation in the medieval eastern Baltic (Pluskowski)

1-2.12.11

University of Southern Denmark, Odense; Nyborg Castle, Denmark

Castles and crusades: the ecology of crusading in the Baltic; various presentations by Aleks Pluskowski, Alex Brown and Marc Jarzebowski

31.1.12

Lithuanian Embassy, London

The Ecology of Crusading project: The environmental impact of conquest and cultural change in the medieval Baltic (Pluskowski, Brown, Shillito)

2.2.12

The University of Bristol Archaeology and Anthropology Society, Bristol, UK

Castles, colonisation and adaptation: The environmental impact of the Baltic Crusades at the frontier of medieval Christendom (Pluskowski & Brown)

7.2.12

"RUined", University of Reading, UK

"The Ecology of Crusading": The environmental impact of holy war and colonisation in the medieval Baltic (Pluskowski)

28.3.12

Chichester and District Archaeology Society, Chichester, UK

"The Ecology of Crusading": The environmental impact of holy war and colonisation in the medieval Baltic (Pluskowski & Brown)

27.6.12

Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

"The Ecology of Crusading": The environmental impact of holy war and colonisation in the medieval Baltic; environmental archaeology approaches to medieval landscapes using the case study of the eastern Baltic (Pluskowski & Brown)

29.8.12

European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting, Helsinki, Finland

Landscapes of Holy War & Colonisation: An Integrated Approach to Modelling the Ecological Impact of the Baltic Crusades (Pluskowski)

19.9.12

Gesellschaft für Archäozoologie und Prähistorische Anthropologie, Vienna, Austria

The impact on the tradition or the animal economy of the Teutonic Knights in the Polish-Prussian frontier (Makowiecki)

11.10.12

"Castles of the Military Orders", The Convent of the Order of Christ, Tomar, Portugal

The Ecology of Crusading: The Environmental Impact of Crusading and Colonisation in the Medieval Baltic (Pluskowski)

8.11.12

Department of Archaeology, University of Winchester, UK

The Ecology of Crusading: The Environmental Impact of Crusading, Colonisation and Religious Conversion in the Medieval Baltic(Pluskowski & Brown)

4.12.12

Department of Archaeology, University of Reading, UK

Terra Desolata: Conquering and Colonising the Medieval East Prussian Wilderness, Medieval Seminar Series (Pluskowski & Brown)

22.1.13

Department of Archaeology, University of Exeter, UK

The Ecology of Crusading: The Environmental Impact of Crusading, Colonisation and Religious Conversion in the Medieval Baltic (Pluskowski & Brown)

2.2.13

University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia

The Ecology of Crusading. The Environmental Impact of Crusading and Colonisation in the Eastern Baltic: Preliminary Results of Mire and Lake Investigations. Part of 71st Science Conference of Latvia (Brown & Pluskowski)

27.2.13

Department of Archaeology, University of Durham, UK

The Ecology of Crusading: The Environmental Impact of Crusading, Colonisation and Religious Conversion in the Medieval Baltic (Pluskowski)

7.3.13

Department of Archaeology, Cardiff University, UK

The Ecology of Crusading: The Environmental Impact of Crusading, Colonisation and Religious Conversion in the Medieval Baltic (Pluskowski & Brown)

4.4.13

Mammal Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences, Białowieża, Poland

Key changes in the exploitation of animals and plants in the Baltic region associated with the establishment of the Teutonic Order's state (Makowiecki, Pluskowski & Brown).

10.6.13

Department of Archaeology, University of Reading, UK

Landscape transformation in the medieval Baltic: Palaeoenvironmental perspectives on the conquest and colonisation of frontier landscapes; Scientific Archaeology Research Group (Brown)

17-21.6.13

16th Conference of the International Work group for Palaeoethnobotany, Thessaloniki, Greece

The Ecology of crusading project: environmental changes and plant usage in settlements and castles in the Baltic region (13th-15th c.) in the light of archaeobotanical data (Badura, Pińska, Brown, Rose-Jones).

24-30.6.13

Zjazd Polskiego Towarzystwa Botanicznego, Olsztyn, Poland

Zmiany w środowisku przyrodniczym oraz użytkowaniu roślin w obrębie osad i zamków krzyżackich w regionie bałtyckim (XIII-XV w.) w świetle danych archeobotanicznych i historycznych – wstępne wyniki badań (Badura, Możejko, Pińska, Brown)

29.8.13

Turaida Castle, Latvia

The role of castles in physical and conceptual landscape transformation in the medieval eastern Baltic (Pluskowski)

4-8.9.13

European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting, Pilsen,
Czech Republic

Various project-related papers in a session on indigenous communities in conquered landscapes (Brown, Pluskowski, Seetah, Makowiecki, Valk, Malve, Karczewski, Karczewska)

16-21.9.13

Fish Remains Working Group, Tallinn University, Estonia

Fish of the crusading period in north-eastern Europe (Makowiecki, Zabilska, Jarzebowski, Pluskowski)

24-26.11.13

Port Ekomarina Giżycko, Poland (University of Toruń, University of Bialystok, UWM in Olsztyn, OBEŚ-W, the Town of Giżycko)

Medieval landscape transformation in the south-eastern Baltic: palaeoenvironmental perspectives on the conquest and colonisation of frontier landscapes (Brown); The role of geoarchaeology in understanding the formation and function of Święta Góra (Staświny), Masuria, Poland (Banerjea); part of I Warmińsko-Mazurska Sesja Sprawozdawcza

29.11.13

Cēsis Castle Museum, Latvia

Cēsu pils un apkārtējās ainavas paleobotāniskie pētījumi (Brown); Zirgu skeletu atradumi Cēsu pils priekšpilī (Pluskowski & Seetah); part of Cēsu viduslaiku pilsarheoloģijas konference

11.2.14

Division of Archaeological Sciences, University of Bradford, UK

The ecology of crusading: The environmental impact of holy war and colonisation in the medieval eastern Baltic (Pluskowski & Brown)

21.2.14

McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge, UK

The ecology of crusading: The environmental impact of holy war and colonisation in the medieval eastern Baltic (Pluskowski & Brown)

28.2.14

Spotkanie Sekcji Paleobotanicznej Polskiego Towarzystwa Botanicznego, Warsaw, Poland

Zamek krzyżacki w Cesis (Łotwa) w świetle badań archeobotanicznych (Badura, Brown, Banerjea)

29.4.14

Institute of Archaeology CAS, Prague, Czech Republic

Landscapes of holy war and colonisation: The ecological impact of the crusades in the medieval eastern Baltic (Pluskowski & Brown)

7.5.14

Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Buffalo, USA

Landscapes of holy war and colonisation: The ecological impact of the crusades in the medieval eastern Baltic (Pluskowski)

8-11.5.14

West Michigan University, Kalamazoo, USA

In the shadow of the militarised Church: Crusading and pagan-Christian interfaces in the medieval eastern Baltic, ICMS (Pluskowski)

12.5.14

The Columbia Center for Archaeology, Columbia University in NY, USA

Landscapes of holy war and colonisation: The ecological impact of the crusades in the medieval eastern Baltic (Pluskowski)

15.5.14

Hunter College, City University of New York, USA

The ecology of crusading: The environmental impact of holy war, colonisation and religious conversion in the medieval eastern Baltic (Pluskowski)

16.5.14

Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University, NY, USA

The ecology of crusading (Pluskowski), part of "New Sources and Perspectives in Crusade Studies"

25-27.6.14

Toponimia, Historia y Arqueología del Reino de Granada, University of Granada, Spain

The impact of crusading and colonisation on animal husbandry in the medieval eastern Baltic; in Animal Farming and Medieval Archaeology conference (Pluskowski)

8-13.9.14

European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey

From the colony to the crusader state: Integrating multiple datasets and scales of analysis in mapping cultural and ecological change in the medieval eastern Baltic (Brown and Pluskowski) Christian castles, pagan forests? Environmental and religious dynamics following the crusades in the eastern Baltic (Pluskowski); involved in two sessions

17-21.9.14

University of Latvia, Riga; Cēsis castle museum, Latvia

Terra Sacra project conference (50 participants)

22-25.9.14

VIII Sympozjum Archeologii Środowiskowej, Łódź-Łęczyca, Poland

Środowisko przyrodnicze oraz użytkowanie roslin w obrebie osad i zamków krzyżackich w regionie bałtyckim (XIII-XV wiek) w świetle danych archeobotanicznych i historycznych (Badura, Możejko, Banerjea, Brown).

26-27.9.14

Conference of the International Commission for the Study of the Teutonic Order, Tallinn, Estonia

Life in the Teutonic Order's castles in the eastern Baltic: an ecological perspective (Pluskowski)

9.10.14

Vatican Museums,
Vatican City

The Ecology of Crusading project: Investigating the ecological and cultural impact of crusading, colonisation and Christianisation in the eastern Baltic (Pluskowski and Brown)

11.11.14

Stanford Archaeology Center, Stanford University

How conquest transformed northern Europe (Pluskowski)

1.12.14

Institute of Archaeology,
University of Oxford

From crusade to colonisation: The environmental impact of holy war in the medieval eastern Baltic (Pluskowski)

9.12.14

Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, UK

The Ecology of Crusading: The environmental impact of holy war and colonisation in the medieval Baltic (Pluskowski)

15.1.15

Institute of Archaeology, University of Tübingen, Germany

Forged in holy war: The formation of the theocratic states in the medieval eastern Baltic (Pluskowski); The Ecology of Crusading (Pluskowski and Brown)

17.2.15

London Society for Medieval Studies, IHR, London, UK

The endurance of old gods: engaging with paganism in the eastern Baltic crusader states (Pluskowski)

2.3.15

Crusades and the Latin East seminar, IHR, UK

The Ecology of Crusading: The environmental impact of holy war, colonisation and religious conversion in the medieval Baltic (Pluskowski)

27.5.15

CEAEC, Brussels

Variations in the clean and dirty spaces: urban activities within the indigenous quarter in medieval Rīga, Latvia, in light of integrated environmental analyses (Banerjea, Badura, Brown, Roberts, Kalējs)

10.6.15

DIG 2015, Alghero, Sardinia

Geoarchaeological perspectives on societal change in the landscape in medieval Europe (Banerjea)

     
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