Participanţi

  • Peter Biella

    Peter Biella

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    I teach courses in visual anthropology, concentrating particularly on the the applied use of media in medical contexts and development. My interests also include the advancement of multimedia ethnography, particularly the integration of time-based media with text. My current interests include the development of a Field School for Applied Visual Anthropology in Tanzania. In the summer of 2009, graduate students and I will work there, for our second year, in the production of intervention media on Maasai HIV and civil rights. I am also interested in the use of film in nonlinear, poetic directions, and will shooting such a film in a Romanianian village, with a graduate student and Department Chair Douglass Bailey, in the Spring of 2009.

    See Realizarea de filme for more on Peter's contribution to the Măgura Trecut ş Prezent proiectul.

  • Amy Bogaard

    Amy Bogaard

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    Amy is a Lecturer in Neolithic and Bronze Age Archaeology at the School of Archaeology, University of Oxford. Amy's research interests are: Neolithic and Bronze Age archaeology; archaeobotany; early farming practice and land use in Europe and western Asia; present-day traditional farming practice; and palaeodietary studies.

    Amy has worked with Angela Walker on the plant remains from Măgura-Buduiasca providing a contribution to the Expoziţia "Neoliticul în judeţul Teleorman".

    Visit the Mass-media-Resurse section to read Amy and Angela's report on Neolithic plant use at Măgura-Buduiasca [pdf, 1mb].

  • Cardiff University

    Cardiff University

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    Anne Brown: Finance, Research & Strategy Manager, School of History, Archaeology & Religion
    Rebecca Blackwell: Research Development Officer, Cardiff University
    Peter Coss: Head of School of History, Archaeology & Religion
    Ian Freestone: Archaeological scientist, School of History, Archaeology & Religion
    Eevi Laukkanen: European Officer, Cardiff University
    Cerys Phillips: Research Grants Officer (Europe), Cardiff University
    Sandra Tcheumeni: Administrative officer, Cardiff University
    Lisa Watkins: Administrative support, School of History, Archaeology & Religion
    Alasdair Whittle: Archaeologist, School of History, Archaeology & Religion
    Susan Virgo: Financial support, School of History, Archaeology & Religion

  • Cătălina Dănilă

    Cătălina Dănilă

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    Cătălina is a ceramic artist from Bucureşti and has collaborated with the Muzeul Judeţean Teleorman for many years.

    See Modelarea ceramicii for more on Cătălina's contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul

  • Ian Dennis

    Ian Dennis

    In este ilustratorul grafic si digital al Scolii de Istorie, Arheologie si Religie, Cardiff University. Ian are multi ani de experienta in design grafic si prezentare pentru postere, brosuri, fluturase, antete de scrisori si DTP (design pentru carti). Este deosebit de experimentat in lucrarile pentru publicatii profesionale, cum ar fi: Routledge, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press si Oxbow. Alte specializari includ ilustrarea arheologica, in special digitalizarea hartilor si planurilor si utilizarea celor mai recente software-uri precum Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop CS si In-Design

    Ian a creat designul artistic si prezentarea volumului Interventii: Măgura Trecut şi Prezent  [pdf, 15mb].

    Vizitati sectiunea Mass-media-Resurce pentru a citi postfata lui Ian la volumul  Interventii Măgura Trecut şi Prezent [pdf, 1mb].

  • Iván Drufovka

    Iván Drufovka

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    Iván Drufovka is a media artist based in Philadelphia. For the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul Iván worked with Peter Biella to produce the film Eternity was born in the village.

    See Realizarea de filme for more on Iván's contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul.

  • Paul Evans

    Paul Evans

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    Paul Evans is a contemporary artist based in Sheffield, England. He uses a variety of creative strategies and a range of media to explore our complex relationship with nature. Recent projects have involved collaboration with academics, writers and graphic designers. Paul is currently a Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residence based within Cardiff University School of History, Archaeology and Religion.

    For Măgura Trecut ş Prezent Paul assisted with the creation of a number of drawings by school children and other members of the local community with the aim of representing Măgura past, present and future.

    See Desene comunitare for more on Paul's contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul.

    Visit Paul's websites:

    www.pkevans.co.uk

    www.osteography.wordpress.com

  • Claude Heath

    Claude Heath

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    Claude is a graphic artist born 1964. He Lives and works in London. Education: B.A. Philosophy, King's College, University of London.  For the Măgura Trecut ş Prezent project Claude produced a series of unsighted-tactile drawings of (pre)historic objects from the Muzeul Judeţean Teleorman.

    See Desenarea obiectelor for more on Claude's contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul.

  • Cole Henley

    Cole Henley

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    Cole is a web designer trading as TINY v. Before a career in web design I completed a PhD in archaeology at the School of History and Archaeology, Cardiff University, studying the Neolithic monuments and landscapes of the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. After a few jobs in archaeology I decided to turn my hand to another passion of mine and am now enjoying designing and developing places on the web that are (hopefully) pleasing on the eye and embrace web standards and accessibility.

    Cole designed built and provides technical support for the Măgura Trecut ş Prezent proiectul website.

  • Michaël Jasmin

    Michaël Jasmin

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    Michaël was born in Paris, France, completed his Ph.D in Archaeology at the Sorbonne, Paris followed by Post-doctoral research at Harvard University, USA - 2004-2007. He lives and works in New-York and Paris.

    Archaeology is not only about delving into the past to understand how things used to be. Like contemporary art, it also addresses present questions and concerns. Because archaeology has become a modern myth of discovery and disappearance, my creative practice works with the public archaeological imaginery. I am developing projects and installations at the crossroad of research and creation, mixing contemporary art with archaeology. In this vein I draw upon my 15 years of archaeological experience in research and fieldwork to develop a creative practice connecting the past to the present and fiction to reality. Most of my creations are site-specific "art-chaeological" installations, mixing performance and excavations. When my works are exhibited they are multimedia installations using photos, videos and objects.

    See Land art for more on Michaël's contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul.

    Visit the Mass-media-Resurce section to read Michaël's book: The brain of the archaeologist [pdf, 3mb]

  • Judy Macklin

    Judy Macklin

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    Judy Macklin is a practising Artist and Educator based at the School of Art, and School of Education and Lifelong Learning, Aberystwyth University.  She is a printmaker specialising in woodcut and lithography.  Her work encompasses a wide variety of natural and human-related themes, including New and Old World landscapes, and the human condition as portrayed in written and visual symbolic transformations.  She has exhibited worldwide in Canada, France, Bulgaria, Korea, New Zealand, UK and USA.  Her work has been supported by grants from Northern Arts, The Prince of Wales Trust, The University of Wales and The Welsh Arts Council.

    See Râul în mozaicuri for more on Judy's contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul.

  • Lower Danube in prehistory conference/ Conferinţa “Preistoria Dunării de Jos”

    Lower Danube in prehistory conference/ Conferinţa “Preistoria Dunării de Jos”

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    Sorin Ailincăi: Institute of Eco-Museal Research, Tulcea, Romania
    Radian Andreescu: Romanian National History Museum, Bucureşti, Romania
    Douglass Bailey: San Francisco State University, USA
    Adrian Bălăşescu: Romanian National History Museum, Bucureşti, Romania
    Clive Bonsall: Edinburgh University, UK
    Adina Boroneanţ: ‘Vasile Pârvan’ Institute of Archaeology, Bucureşti, Romania
    Stephanie Brehard: Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France
    Albane Burens: UMR 5602 Geode, University of Toulouse, France
    Laurent Carozza: UMR 5602 Geode, University of Toulouse, France
    Dimitar Chernakov: History Museum Rousse, Bulgaria
    Mihai Florea: Romanian National History Museum, Bucureşti, Romania
    Georgi Ganetovski: History Museum Vratza, Bulgaria
    Maria Gurova: Institute of Archaeology and Museum, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
    Constantin Haită: Romanian National History Museum, Bucureşti, Romania
    Theodor Ignat: Museum of Bucureşti, Romania
    Meg Jordan: San Francisco State University, USA
    Raluca Kogălniceanu: ‘Teoharie Antonescu’ Giurgiu County Museum, Romania
    Cătălin Lazăr: Romanian National History Museum, Bucureşti, Romania
    Mark Macklin: Aberystwyth University, UK
    Boryana Mateva: Historical Museum of Isperih, Bulgaria
    Cristian Micu: Institute of Eco-Museal Research, Tulcea, Romania
    Florian Mihail: Institute of Eco-Museal Research, Tulcea, Romania
    Steve Mills: Cardiff University, UK
    Pavel Mirea: Muzeul Judeţean Teleorman, Alexandria, Romania
    Katia Moldoveanu: Romanian National History Museum, Bucureşti, Romania
    Alexandru Morintz: ‘Vasile Pârvan’ Institute of Archaeology, Bucureşti, Romania
    Marian Neagu: The Lower Danube Museum, Călăraşi, Romania
    Amelia Pannett: Archaeology Wales, UK
    Radu Pitiş: Student “Mihai Viteazul” National College, Bucureşti, Romania
    Valentin Radu: Romanian National History Museum, Bucureşti, Romania
    Flavius Roaită: Student, Faculty of History, Bucureşti University
    Cristian Schuster: ‘Vasile Pârvan’ Institute of Archaeology, Bucureşti, Romania
    Cosmin Suciu: ‘Lucian Blaga’ University of Sibiu, Romania
    Cristian Ştefan: ‘Vasile Pârvan’ Institute of Archaeology, Bucureşti, Romania
    Ion Torcică: Muzeul Judeţean Teleorman, Alexandria, Romania
    Anne Tresset: Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France
    Svetlana Venelinova: History Museum Shumen, Bulgaria
    Angela Walker: University of Sheffield, UK

  • Mark Macklin

    Mark Macklin

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    Mark's research focuses on river system response to climate change, human-river environment interactions, palaeoflood studies, alluvial archaeology, flood risk assessment, and metal mining impacts on river basins. His research is conducted worldwide with current projects in the Sudanese Nile (ARC funded), the Indus basin (Leverhulme funded), Southern Europe (AU funded) and in the UK (CCCR funded).

    See Râul în mozaicuri for more on Mark's contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul.

  • Măgura

    Măgura

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    Mayoralty
    Atanase Ionescu: Mayor
    Stelică Ciobănete: Vice-mayor

    Local people
    Costel Istrate: Peter Biella assistant
    Ionuţ Drăgşan: Peter Biella assistant
    Găleteanu Tudorică: flautist
    Dumitru and Liana Bărbuş: sheperds
    Ecaterina and Ştefan Geantă: bread baking and egg colouring
    Vulpe Valentin: Peter Biella collaborator
    Claudia Băjan: Peter Biella collaborator

    Priests
    Stelică Pătrăşescu: priest Măgura-Buduiasca - “Sfânta Paraschiva” (Saint Paraschiva) church
    Mihail Chiriceanu: priest Măgura - “Sfântul Nicolae” (Saint Nicolas) church
    Mirel Lungu: priest Măgura-Bran - “Sfânta Maria” (Virgin Mary) church

    Hosts
    Florentina Nicu and Petra Chelu: Peter Biella and Ivan Drufovka host
    Dumitru Ceambru: Douglass Bailey host
     

  • Amelia Pannett

    Amelia Pannett

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    Amelia works as a commercial archaeologist and flint specialist. Her particular interests are the late Mesolithic and early Neolithic of Britain and Europe, with specific focus on understanding changes to the lithic resource. She has worked on lithic assemblages from the UK, Romania, France and Russia and has published widely on the subject. 

    Transformations of stone, timeless, taken-for-granted, processes evident throughout the village are represented in Amelia Pannett’s work on flint. From source material acquisition, to creating and conveying design templates, teaching and learning techniques, through trial and error, creating and using tools, and finally to discard and deposition; these transformative processes reveal the sociality of people’s engagement with their material surroundings. Closer attention to the components and products of everyday action, encourages new perspectives on the influence of the commonplace and the spatial and temporal scales at which landscape transformation can, and should, be considered.

    See Modelarea ceramicii for more on Amelia's contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul

    Visit the Mass-media-Resurce section to read Amelia's report on Neolithic stone tools at Măgura-Buduiasca [pdf, 1mb].

  • Romania

    Romania

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    Sonia and Mihai Angelescu: Laurens Thissen host, Alexandria
    Ducu Nicolae: Museum exhibition space assistant, Alexandria
    Cristi Nicolescu: General Manager Hotel Parc, Alexandria
    Mihai Paduroiu: plant use analysis assistant, Alexandria
    Emil Pascalau: Visual artist, painter, Craiova
    Sorin Şontea: General Manager Renaissance Publishing House, Bucureşti
    Constantin Tudorică: General Manager Arttiflor SRL, museum exhibition space materials, Craiova
    Dumitru Udma: Receptionist Hotel Parc, Alexandria

  • Laurens Thissen

    Laurens Thissen

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    After having finished a BA in Art History at the University of Amsterdam (1980), Laurens Thissen studied Archaeology of Western Asia under Maurits van Loon, Amsterdam, completing his MA in 1984 on the topic of the EBA pottery from Hayaz Höyük, for which he spent 4 months in Adıyaman, SE Turkey. 

    Subsidiary subjects included Italian, Turkish and Hittite, the latter under Philo Houwink ten Cate. He continued to participate in the excavations carried out on Tell Hammam et-Turkman, supervising a step trench to trace the EBA development, and from 1989 onwards partook in the Ilipinar dig (J.J. Roodenberg). 1991–1994 he was based at Leiden University with a National Science Grant for a PhD dissertation subject on Anatolian–Balkan relations between 6500–5500 cal BC, which was completed in 1999. Promoted to PhD in 2000, Laurens joined Doug Bailey's SRAP project in Romania, studying the ceramics from a Boian site and from the multi-period site Teleor 003. 

    Together with Frédéric Gérard he organised an e-Workshop (CANeW) on the Anatolian Neolithic, resulting in a symposium held in 2001 (see www.canew.org). Current projects include the maintaining and updating the 14C-databases and chronological charts on this site, providing a reliable source for 14C dates between 10,000–5000 cal BC for the Aegean area, Turkey and Upper Mesopotamia, in collaboration with Frédéric Gérard, Agathe Reingruber and Damien Bischoff. 

    The CANeW team recently started a joint project with Bernhard Weninger from the Cologne University Radiocarbon Lab, to sample material for up to 100 14C dates from key Anatolian sites (seewww.canew.org/ardp.html). Laurens Thissen is married, and together with his wife and two children lives and works in Amsterdam . He speaks English, French and German, and has some some knowledge of Turkish and Italian.

    See Modelarea ceramicii for more on Laurens' contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul.

    Please visit the Mass-media-Resurce section to view Laurens' report on Neolithic pottery at Măgura-Buduiasca [pdf, 2mb].

  • Rural Landscape conference/ Conferinţa “Peisaj Rural”

    Rural Landscape conference/ Conferinţa “Peisaj Rural”

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    Liviu Brătuleanu: retired, (architect to Institutul Naţional al Patrimoniului, Bucureşti)
    Marilena Doina Ciocanea: Facultatea de Arhitectură şi Urbanism, Universitatea ‘Spiru Haret’,Bucureşti
    Spiridon Cristocea: Director General, Muzeul Judeţean Argeş, Piteşti
    Marina Iliescu: ICOMOS, Romania
    Atanase Ionescu: Mayor of Măgura
    Doina Işfănoni: Director ştiinţific, Muzeul Naţional al Satului, ‘Dimitrie Gusti’, Bucureşti
    Dana Mihai: Director ştiinţific, Institutul Naţional al Patrimoniului, Bucureşti
    Pavel Mirea: Muzeul Judeţean Teleorman, Alexandria
    Ştefan Nedelcuţă-Apope: Direcţia Judeţeană pentru Cultură Teleorman, Alexandria
    Ruxandra Nemţeanu: Facultatea de Arhitectură şi Urbanism, Universitatea ‘Spiru Haret’, Bucureşti
    Marius Păduraru: Muzeul Judeţean Argeş, Piteşti
    Emil Păunescu: Director ştiinţific, Muzeul Judeţean ‘Teohari Antonescu’ Giurgiu
    Ioana Maria Petrescu: Facultatea de Arhitectură şi Urbanism, Universitatea ‘Spiru Haret’
    Iozefina Postăvaru: Cercetător ştiinţific, Institutul Naţional al Patrimoniului, Bucureşti
    Venera Rădulescu: retired (archaeologist, Romainian National History Museum, Bucureşti)
    Liliana Roşiu: Facultatea de Arhitectură, Universitatea Politehnică Timişoara
    Mădălina-Diana Ruşanu-Radu: Arhivele Naţionale, Serviciul Judeţean Teleorman, Alexandria
    Cătălin Sârbu: Universitatea de Arhitectură şi Urbanism, ‘Ion Mincu’, Bucureştii
    Bogdan Stanciu: Facultatea de Arhitectură şi Urbanism, Universitatea ‘Spiru Haret’, Bucureşti
    Adriana Stroe: Institutul Naţional al Patrimoniului, Bucureşti
    Aurelian Stroe: Institutul Naţional al Patrimoniului, Bucureşti
    Victor Claudiu Turcitu: Şef secţie, Arhivele Naţionale Istorice Centrale, Bucureşti
    Ecaterina Ţânţăreanu: Muzeul Judeţean Teleorman, Alexandria
    Eugen Vlad: Vice-president, Teleorman County Council, Alexandria

  • School of Arts and Crafts Măgura/ Şcoala de Arte şi Meserii Măgura

    School of Arts and Crafts Măgura/ Şcoala de Arte şi Meserii Măgura

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    Teachers
    Lidia Măldăianu: School Director
    Silviu Măldăianu, Persida-Diana Anton-Dinu, Mihaela Dică, Nicoleta Lazăr, Mariana Răducan, Sofica Soreaţă, Mihaela-Rodica Rădulescu, Florina Nedelcu, Maria Ciobănescu, Anny-Nicoleta Bugean, Danuţ Ferastrău, Maria Ghenof, Cristina-Mariana Stan, Catalina-Alexandra Micu

    Students
    Alexandra, Alexandru-Valentin, Alin-George, Alina, Anca-Alexandra, Andreea-Crina, Andreea-Mirea, Antonio, Bianca, Corina, Cosmin, Daniel-Laurenţiu, Daniela, Doina-Elena, Edera, George, Ionela-Diana, Laura-Mihaela, Lucian, Mădălin, Mădălin, Mădălin, Mădălin, Mădălina, Mădălina-Andreea, Maria-Ionela, Marius-Dorin, Mihaela-Nicoleta, Olimpia-Iuliana, Paul-Alexandru, Roxana, Roxana-Elena, Sevastian-Marius
     

  • Simon Thorne

    Simon Thorne

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    Simon Thorne is one of the leading composers working in Wales today.

    Here is music of enormous range, that consistently challenges structures and norms. From dark, noisy Zappa inspired ‘operas’ to serene Baroque chamber music, this is also work of rare beauty.

    See Înregistrarea sunetului for more on Simon's contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul.

  • Teleorman County Museum/ Muzeul Judeţean Teleorman

    Teleorman County Museum/ Muzeul Judeţean Teleorman

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    Ecaterina Ţânţăreanu: Museum Director, Măgura exhibition coordinator and conference organiser
    Pavel Mirea: workshops organiser and participant, museum exhibitions coordinator and conference organiser
    Pompilia Zaharia: workshops participant, work on exhibitions and cover designer for conference proceedings
    Florin Otomega: museum car driver and work in exhibition spaces
    Traian Măzărar: work in exhibition spaces
    Liviu Nicolescu: IT, infokiosk programming
    Ion Torcică: flint knapping for workshop and ancient tools reconstruction
    Mădălina Dumitru: pottery restaurateur

  • Angela Walker

    Angela Walker

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    Angela Walker is a palaeobotanist at the University of Sheffield and has worked with Amy Bogaard on the plant remains from Măgura-Buduiasca providing a contribution to the Expoziţia "Neoliticul în judeţul Teleorman". Angela also specialises in botanical drawings.

    See Desene botanice for more on Angela's contribution to the Măgura Trecut şi Prezent proiectul.

    Visit the Mass-media-Resurse section to read Angela and Amy's report on Neolithic plant use at Măgura-Buduiasca [pdf, 1mb].