We participated in the workshop ‘Women in Prehistory. Gender, identity and kinship’ organized by Penny Bickle (University of York, UK) and Daniela Hofmann (University of Bergen, Norway) and funded by the Wenner Gren Foundation. The workshop took place at the Norwegian Institute in Rome on March 10th and 11th.
The JOIN US project website is launched, in which the WOMAM project participates, and through which primary and secondary school students are asked to complete a challenge. The JOIN US project is led by Bernabé Alonso Fariñas (University of Seville) and aims to bring science closer to students aged 10-14 through an e-learning environment in which they can watch a series of informative videos produced by researchers from the University of Seville.
Together with Bernabé Alonso Fariñas (University of Seville) we participated in the 6th International Virtual Congress on Education, Innovation and ICT, EDUNOVATIC 2021 with the paper ‘WOMAM and JoinUS Projects: an e-learning experience to bring research closer to Primary and Secondary students’.
We present the preliminary results of the excation carried out in 2020 in Piedras Blancas’ burial (Antequera, Málaga) in the European Researchers’ Night. The talk was titled ‘Últimos descubrimientos en Antequera: una tumba megalítica en La Peña de los Enamorados’.
We participate in the 27th Anual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) with the talk ‘What can Ethnography tell us about gender inequality in the past? Case studies from the chalcolithic site of Valencina, Spain’, 6-11 September.
We participate in the radio programme ‘Les dones i els dies’, Catalunya Radio.
The full podcast is available here (in Catalan and Spanish):
The newspaper El País features the project WOMAM in a report on inequality between men and women in Prehistory.
You can read it here (in Spanish):
We travel to the Regional Archaeological Museum (MAR) of Alcalá de Henares (Madrid) to collect the samples from the site of Humanejos (Parla, Madrid). There we are received by Rafael Garrido Pena and Ana Herrero Corral (from the Humanejos research project) and Miguel Contreras Martínez y Elena Carrión Santafé (MAR).
We participate in the European Researchers’ Night with a talk on the presentation of the project. You can watch the full video here (in Spanish):