Dissemination and outreach

Beside a thematic conference to facilitate discussion and synergies, the dissemination of the results of the project is also assured by participation at key international conferences such as the annual meetings of the European Association of Archaeologist and of the International Institute of Prehistory and Protohistory and others.

Similarly, wider dissemination is reached via public lectures, participation in the European Researcher Night, activities with schools and local organization for which see details below. These details will be updated as the events are taking place.

 2019-07-05, Bristol (UK), St Monica

F. Fulminante, University of Bristol (UK), Studying childrearing practices in the past to inform current health and educational policies: A case study from Iron Age central Italy

St Monica – 05-06-2019

 2019-09-04/07 EAA 2019, Bern, Swizerland

2019-10-23/26 54th Scientific Meeting of IIPP, Museo delle Civiltà, Rome EUR, Italy

F. Fulminante, University of Bristol (UK), Nils Muller Scheessel, Kiel University (Germany), Average age at death and economic growth: assessing the wellbeing of past population with settlement scaling theory



FUTURES – European Researchers’ Night, 27-28 September 2019 – M-SHED, Bristol

EU Futures 2019 Events, Bristol, © Bhagesh Sachania Photography.
EU Futures 2019 Events, Bristol, © Bhagesh Sachania Photography.

2020-02-03, School of History, Archaeology, and Religion, Cardiff University, UK

2021-01-19 TRAC webinar

2021-03-15, Department of Archaeology, Cambridge University, UK

F. Fulminante, University of Bristol (UK), Infancy and childhood in middle Tyrrhenian Italy (1000-300 BC ca): data and perspectives to inform current polity in health and education