CfAS BLOG

War and Cultural Heritage

In a recent article in the Conversation, Ian Kuijt, Pavio Shydiovskyi, and William Donaruma document the on-going destruction of cultural heritage in Ukraine as the result of the Russian invasion.

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How big is the smallest city?

In a thoughtful CfAS blog post over the holidays, Hagit Nol discussed some of the challenges of defining the concept of a city in an archaeological context. Reading that post

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Urban Futures – Cultural Pasts Conference

AMPS (Architecture, Media, Politics, Society) is an international, interdisciplinary research organization, based at the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, that brings together people from different disciplines to find points of contact

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The IPCC Special Report on Cities

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will produce a dedicated special report on cities and climate change as part of its next assessment cycle. In a recent letter to Science,

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Creation Myths and Soils

CfAS Associate, Jeff Homburg, recently published an interesting paper with Sabine Grunwald and Eric Brevik discussing the linkages between creation myths of select First Nations of North America and soils/earth.

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