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Program of the IRM2013 - the lectures

 

To differ from usual reenactment markets or museum's events, the the IRM follows a unique concept which incorporates also lectures. These lectures will cover topics ranging from history, historical reconstructions, re-enactment, living history to just experiencing past times.

The IRM2013 lectures:

Saturday, 20.04.201312:00 - 12:30opening of the IRM2013 (German) Seminarraum
12:30 - 13:30guided tour in the exhibition "ZIRKUSBECHER & RIPPENSCHALEN" (English)Empfangssaal
13:00 - 13:30lecture "Europaeisches soziales Netzwerk der Geschichte 'Mittelalter'" by Jan-Oliver Zilker (German)Seminarraum
14:00 - 14:30

lecture "Making Roman Ribbed Bowls" by Frank Wiesenberg (English)
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Seminarraum
 14:00 - 14:30lecture by Michael Kuhn (German)Museumsraum
 14:30 - 15:00lecture on Roman cooking by Edgar Comes (German)Küche
 15:00 - 15:30lecture "Archaeologie in Bilder kleiden? Ueberlegungen zur westslawischen Frauentracht" by Sylvia Crumbach (German)Seminarraum
15:00 - 16:00guided tour in the exhibition "ZIRKUSBECHER & RIPPENSCHALEN" (German)Empfangssaal
 16:00 - 16:30lecture "Was ist eigentlich eine Rekonstruktion?" by Christian Koepfer (German)Seminarraum
 16:30 - 17:00lecture on Roman cooking by Edgar Comes (German)Küche
 17:00 - 17:30

lecture "Experimental Archaeology in Crafts" by Dr. Katrin Kania (English)

 

Seminarraum
Sunday, 21.04.201312:00 - 12:30lecture "Eine kleine Geschichte vom Feuer" by Martin Heider (German)Seminarraum
12:30 - 13:30guided tour in the exhibition "ZIRKUSBECHER & RIPPENSCHALEN" (English)Empfangssaal
13:00 - 13:30lecture "Europaeisches soziales Netzwerk der Geschichte 'Mittelalter'" by Jan-Oliver Zilker (German)Seminarraum
14:00 - 14:30lecture "Zur Herstellungstechnik roemischer Rippenschalen" by Frank Wiesenberg (German) Seminarraum
 14:00 - 14:30lecture by Michael Kuhn (German)Museumsraum
 14:30 - 15:00lecture on Roman cooking by Edgar Comes (German)Küche
 15:00 - 15:30lecture "Archaeologie in Bilder kleiden? Ueberlegungen zur westslawischen Frauentracht" by Sylvia Crumbach (German)Seminarraum
15:00 - 16:00guided tour in the exhibition "ZIRKUSBECHER & RIPPENSCHALEN" (German)Empfangssaal
 16:00 - 16:30lecture "Was ist eigentlich eine Rekonstruktion?" by Christian Koepfer (German)Seminarraum
 16:30 - 17:00lecture on Roman cooking by Edgar Comes (German)Küche
 17:00 - 17:30lecture "Experimental Archaeology in Crafts" by Dr. Katrin Kania (English)Seminarraum

 

Most lectures are held in German language, but the IRM2013 will feature in English language some for our foreign visitors: One guided tour in the exhibition "ZIRKUSBECHER & RIPPENSCHALEN" (CIRCUS BEAKERS AND RIBBED BOWLS) each day (12:30-13:30) as well as two lectures, "Making Ripped Bowls" (14:00-14:30) and "Experimental Archaeology in Crafts" (17:00-17:30), on saturday and one lecture, "Experimental Archaeology in Crafts" (17:00-17:30), on sunday.

(Details may be subject to change.)

DUE TO THE CURRENT SPECIAL EXHIBITION "ZIRKUSBECHER UND RIPPENSCHALEN" THE LECTURES HAVE TO BE MOVED TO THE SEMINAR ROOM (UPSTAIRS, USE THE STAIRS IN THE LARGE HALL) AND IN THE ROMAN KITCHEN.

 

 




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