Resources and Transformation in Pre-Modern Societies
(19-21 November 2020, 11 December 2020, and 15 January 2021)

Due to current COVID-19 situation worldwide, we have decided to adopt a digital format for all conference sessions via ZOOM.  If you are interested in attending the conference, please contact Mr. Nicolas Schimerl

The conference will be split into three parts.

1. The first part will take place from Thursday to Saturday 19-21 November 2020, which includes a keynote, Session "Life worlds in resource landscapes" and Session "Skill, Embodiment and the Growth of Knowledge".

Topic: ReSoc: Evening Lecture
Date: 19.Nov.2020 05:45 PM Paris
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Meeting-ID: 984 5235 5593
Topic: ReSoc: Session 1 - Life worlds in resource landscapes
Date: 20.Nov.2020 09:00 AM Paris
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Meeting-ID: 926 1174 1839

Topic: ReSoc: Session 2 - Skill, Embodiment and the Growth of Knowledge 
Date: 21.Nov.2020 09:00 AM Paris
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Meeting-ID: 950 4871 0109

2. The second part consists of  general and poster sessions which will be held virtually on Friday 11 December 2020.  

3. The final part is Session "Resources and Complex Systems" taking place on Friday 15 January 2021. 

 The final programme  can be downloaded from here

Conceptual background of ReSoc conference

The ReSoc conference Resources and Transformation in pre-modern Societies is organised by the Leibniz Post-Doc School “Resources in Society” (ReSoc) hosted by the Ruhr-University of Bochum (RUB) and the Deutsches Bergbau-Museum (DBM). The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for a transdisciplinary discourse on transformation of knowledge, culture and landscapes in relation to resources. In three sessions, with two distinguished keynote speakers each, we will cover aspects with a multitude of different methodological and theoretical perspectives. 

Conference Venue 
Digital format via ZOOM
The link will be sent to each speaker and participant in due course 

Dr. Petra Eisenach
Phone: +49 (234) 282538 18


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