France and Israel : Methodologies in Medieval Archaeology, New Perspectives – A Workshop – May 27-28, 2019, Jerusalem

Under the auspices of: Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), the Centre derecherche français à Jérusalem (CRFJ) and the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA).

Organization/contacts:

Prof. Francois Bon, (CRFJ) – francois.bon@univ-tlse2.fr

Dr. Yves Gleize (Inrap/Université de Bordeaux) yves.gleize@u-bordeaux.fr

Dr. Robert Kool (IAA) – robert@israntique.org.il

Duration: May 27-28, 2019.

Participants: Workshop open to scholars and students of medieval archaeology.

Location :

Day 1 closed to the public : French Research Center in Jerusalem (CRFJ), Shimshon St 3, Baaka, Jerusalem.

Day 2 : Israel Museum, Shrine of the Book Auditorium, Jerusalem.

Language: all lectures are in English

Summary: Archaeologists in both France and Israel often use diverse methodologicalapproaches and have different interests when it comes to medieval archaeology. The aim of theworkshop is to allow archaeologists from both countries to meet and present theirmethodological approaches, and discuss ways for possible future collaborations.