conferences

I. Presentations
(2019)

K. Höhle, D. Bake, J. Notroff, D. Scherzler, C. Konze, H.-E. Joachim, Panel Discussion: Die Selbstorganisation der deutschen Archäologie aus der Sicht von Ehrenamtlichen, Citizen Scientists und NGOs, Annual Meeting of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig Bonn, Germany (20.-22.06.2019).

J. Notroff, Wie sehr ist Archäologie ein relevanter Teil von Gesellschaft? Blick eines Archäologen und Wissenschaftskommunikators auf den Ist-Zustand und Perspektiven zur Weiterentwicklung, Annual Meeting of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig Bonn, Germany (20.-22.06.2019).

R. Krause, A. Busch, S. Rieckhoff, N. Mehler, J. Notroff, Panel Discussion: Die Selbstorganisation der deutschen Archäologie aus der Sicht von Universitätsinstituten, Forschungsinstituten und Fachgesellschaften, Annual Meeting of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig Bonn, Germany (20.-22.06.2019).

(2018)

J. Notroff, O. Dietrich, M. G. Knight, Communicating Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, 24th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Session 371, University of Barcelona, Spain (05.-08.09.2018).

J. Notroff, Building monuments, creating communities – The role of early monumental architecture as means of social cohesion, 24th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Session 371, University of Barcelona, Spain (05.-08.09.2018).

(2017)

J. Notroff, Monument-construction as focus of community-building – The case of Göbekli Tepe, Turkey, 23rd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, MECC Congress Centre Maastricht, The Netherlands (30.08.-03.09.2017).

O. Dietrich, L. Dietrich, D. Erdem, J. Notroff, K. Oross, An Archaeology of ‘Special buildings’?, 23rd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, MECC Congress Centre Maastricht, The Netherlands (30.08.-03.09.2017).

J. Anvari, A. Ideli, M. Kruip, J. Notroff, J. Weiler-Esser, Basic Groundwork Supporting the Protection of Cultural Heritage: Ideas for Educational Concepts, 23rd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, MECC Congress Centre Maastricht, The Netherlands (30.08.-03.09.2017).

J. Notroff, Warrior representation between function and symbol – The Nordic Bronze Age miniature sword phenomenon, Workshop: “Extracting Biographies of Violence from Bronze Age weapons, Aarhus University, Denmark (01.06.2017).

(2016)

J. Notroff, Göbekli Tepe: Leaping Foxes, Dancing Cranes – Human-Animal Entanglement in a hunter’s world, Seminar: “Tracing Animism in Human Evolution: Inter-Species Entanglements in early Human Beliefs”, Aarhus University, Denmark (24.11.2016).

L. Clare, J. Notroff, Climate, environment, and human society: Last Glacial Maximum to the 8.2 ka calBP Event, International symposium: “Our World, Our Place in the World”, German Archaeological Institute, Berlin, Germany (30.09.-02.10.2016).

J. Notroff, Post-Colonial Narratives: Rebuilding what for whom?, Summer School: “Destruction and Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage”, Heidelberg Center for Cultural Heritage, Germany (16.-23.09.2016).

J. Notroff, Do swords make warriors? On group identity and social cohesion among armed individuals in the European (Nordic) Bronze Age, 22nd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Vilnius University, Lithuania (31.04.-04.05.2016).

O. Dietrich, L. Clare, J. Notroff, Anthropomorphic Iconography at Göbekli Tepe, 10th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, OREA – Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology, Vienna, Austria (25.-29.04.2016).

(2015)

J. Notroff, Identity and Symbol – Warriorhood in the Younger Bronze Age and the Nordic Miniature Sword Phenomenon, 21st Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom (02.-05.09.2015).

J. Notroff, O. Dietrich, L. Clare, Building Göbekli Tepe – the emergence of early Neolithic communities in Upper Mesopotamia, Conference: Megaliths, Societies, Landscapes. Early Monumentality and Social Differentiation in Neolithic Europe, Christian Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany (16.-20.06.2015).

J. Notroff, Symbol and Identity – The Nordic Bronze Age Miniature Sword Phenomenon: Evolvement and Representation of Warrior Identity in the Younger Bronze Age, Conference: 13th Nordic Bronze Age symposium, Gothenburg University, Sweden (1209.-12.06.2015).

L. Clare, O. Dietrich, J. Notroff, J. Peters, Establishing Identities in the Protoneolithic: History Making at Göbekli in the Late 10th Millennium calBC, 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Hilton San Francisco, USA (15.-19.04.2015).

(2014)

J. Notroff, Verbrennt die Toten! – Über Niederschlag und Adaption äußerer geistiger Einflüsse im Bestattungsbrauch der Jüngeren Nordischen Bronzezeit, Meeting of the AG Bronzezeit (8th German Archaeology Congress, Mittel- und Ostdeutscher Verband für Altertumsforschung), Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany (06-10.10.2014).

J. Notroff, Protective measures? Considering the apotropaic role of grave goods in the light of ‘deviant burials’, 20th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey (10.-14.09.2014).

J. Notroff, The meaning of small things – how miniature objects may help in constructing an ‘agency of things’, Meeting of the Nordic Theoretical Archaeology Group, Stockholm University, Sweden (22.-26.04.2014).

(2012)

J. Notroff, The differentiation of identity – a hierarchy of symbols. On the evolvement of warrior identity in the Younger Bronze Age and the phenomenon of miniature swords, International Conference: Cultural Mobility in Bronze Age Europe (International Conference under the auspices of the FP7 Marie Curie ITN Forging Identities and the 12th Nordic Bronze Age Symposium), Moesgård Museum, Aarhus, Denmark (05.-08.06.2012).

J. Notroff, O. Dietrich, Ç. Köksal-Schmidt, K. Schmidt, Building Monuments, Creating Communities. Early Monumental Architecture at Pre-Pottery Neolithic Göbekli Tepe, 5th IEMA Visiting Scholars Conference: “Approaching Monumentality in the Archaeological Record”, University at Buffalo, USA (12.-13.05.2012).

O. Dietrich, Th. Götzelt, J. Notroff, Ç. Köksal-Schmidt, K. Schmidt, The First Temples of Mankind. Defining the Sacred at Göbekli Tepe, 8th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, University of Warsaw, Poland (30.04.-04.05.2012).

J. Notroff, Die große Krise? Einige Gedanken über die Wechselwirkung ökonomischen und sozialen Wandels in der Jüngeren Nordischen Bronzezeit, Meeting of the AG Bronzezeit (Annual conference of the Mittel- und Ostdeutscher Verband für Altertumsforschung), Cultur Congress Centrum Brandenburg/Havel, Germany (16.-19.04.2012).

J. Notroff, K. Schmidt, Göbekli Tepe – recent research at an Early Neolithic hill sanctuary in southeastern Turkey, Workshop: “Death Shall Have No Dominion: The Archaeology of Mortality and Immortality. A worldwide perspective”, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (11.-14.04.2012).

(2011)

J. Notroff, Tell Hujayrat al-Ghuzlan als Fallbeispiel prähistorischer ökonomischer Netzwerke im südlichen Wadi Araba, Scientific Conference of the Orient Department: “Mobilität und Kulturtransfer”, German Archaeological Institute, Berlin, Germany (08.-09.12.2011).

J. Notroff, Im Leben wie im Tode? ‘Alltags’-Gegenstände und ihre Rolle im Grab, Meeting of the AG Bronzezeit (7th Deutscher Archäologiekongress des Nordwestdeutschen Verbandes für Altertumsforschung e. V.), University of Bremen, Germany (03.-07.10.2011).

J. Notroff, F. Klimscha, Tying the net – Tall Hujayrat al-Ghuzlan (Jordan) in the framework of interregional connections between Egypt and the Southern Levant, Conference “Egypt and the Southern Levant in the Early Bronze Age: C14, chronologies and connections”, German Archaeological Institute, Berlin, Germany (15.09.2011).

J. Notroff, Komplexität durch Kooperation. Chancen und Nutzen interdisziplinärer Zusammenarbeit am Beispiel des Göbekli Tepe-Projekts des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Colloquium “Interdisziplinarität als Chance. Vom Studium bis zur Forschungspraxis” of the ArchaeBioCenter at Ludwig Maximilan University of Munich, Germany (09.07.2011).

J. Notroff , K. Schmidt, The Southern Wadi Araba and Egypt in Prehistory, International Symposium “Origin and Early Development of Food Producing Cultures in Northeastern Africa – 30 years later”, Muzem Archeologiczne, Poznań, Poland (03.-07.07.2011).

(2010)

J. Notroff, Menace from the afterlife? Some remarks about archaeological evidence for fearing and banishing the dead, Conference “Rite and Ritual in the Bronze Age Carpathian Basin”, Mureș County Museum, Târgu Mureș, Romania (08.-10.10.2010).

J. Notroff, Das Schwert im Grab – Zeichen sozialen Status’ oder ideologischer Funktion? Überlegungen zur Konstituierung von ‘Krieger-Identitäten’ am Beispiel der jüngerbronzezeitlichen Miniaturschwerter, Meeting of the AG Bronzezeit (80th Conference of the ‘Süd- und Westdeutscher Verbandes für Altertumsforschung’), Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany (25.-26.05.2010).

J. Notroff, Recent research at Tall Hujayrat al-Ghuzlan, Workshop of the Research Cluster 1 (“From sedentarization to complex societies: settlement, economy, environment”), German Archaeological Institute, Berlin, Germany (18.-19.03.2010).

(2009)

J. Notroff, Kontinuität und Wandel von Statussymbolen – Miniaturschwerter in spätbronzezeitlichen Bestattungen Dänemarks, Fachschaftskolloquium Vor- und Frühgeschichtliche Archäologie und Provinzialrömische Archäologie, Ludwig Maximilan University of Munich, Germany (16.05.2009).

II. Sessions

J. Notroff, O. Dietrich, M. G. Knight, Communicating Archaeology and Cultural Heritage in a Post-Factual Age, 24th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Session 371, University of Barcelona, Spain (07.09.2018).

O. Dietrich, L. Dietrich, D. Erdem, J. Notroff, K. Oross, What is so special about Neolithic ‘special buildings’?, 23rd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Session 322, MECC Congress Centre Maastricht, The Netherlands (02.09.2017).

J. Symonds, M. Lostal, L. Morehouse, Ch. A. Weirich, J. Notroff, N. A. Munawar, Art Crime and Stolen Heritage: Towards an Archaeological Consensus, 23rd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Session 102, MECC Congress Centre Maastricht, The Netherlands (02.09.2017).