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									   Beyond the Basket: Construction, Order and Understanding

                           Symposium Itinerary

                             5th – 6th June 2009

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                                             Friday June 5th


1.45 – 2.30           Registration in School of World Art
                      Tea/Coffee and Biscuits

Elizabeth Fry 01.05


2.30 – 3.00           Introduction to the ‘Beyond the Basket’ Project
                      Prof. Evelyn Welch – AHRC ‘Beyond Text’ programme
                      Sandy Heslop and the Beyond the Basket Team Members


3.00 - 3.30           History of the Worshipful Company of Basketmakers, London
                      John Robinson


3.30 - 4.00           Weaving Diversity: the adaptability of tradition for a
                      contemporary world
                      Mary Butcher - Artist Basketmaker


4.00 – 4.30           Tea/Coffee and Biscuits in Elizabth Fry Foyer

4.30 - 5.00           Gottfried Semper on basic Craft Techniques
                      Stefan Muthesius – University of East Anglia


                      On geometrical ideas interwoven with basketry
5.00 - 5.30           Paulus Gerdes - Centre for Mozambican Studies and
                      Ethnoscience, Pedagogical University of Mozambique,
                      Maputo.

5.30 - 6.00/6.15      Discussion

6.15- 7.30            Drinks Reception in School of World Art


7.30 for 8pm          Dinner at Vista, UEA
                                   Saturday June 6th


9.00 – 9.30     Tea/Coffee and Biscuits in School of World Art



                Shelters, baskets, nests and other human and animal
9.30 - 10.00    constructions
                Stephanie Bunn - Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of
                St.Andrews


                Weaving Worlds: Transforming Basketry Technology,
10.00 - 10.30   Narratives and Gender Relations in the Purari Delta
                Joshua A. Bell - Dept. of Anthropology, Smithsonian
                Institution, Washington


10.30 – 11.00   Xikrin Basketry
                Fabíola Andrea Silva - Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia.
                Universidade de São Paulo

11.00- 11.30    Tea/Coffee and Biscuits in Elizabeth Fry Foyer



                The crossover in function between basketry, textiles and
11.30 – 12.00   animal skins in prehistoric Europe
                Susanna Harris - British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellow,
                UCL, London

                Baskets as Identity and Inspiration: archaeological and
12.00 – 12.30   modern case studies
                Linda Hurcombe - Department of Archaeology, University of
                Exeter.

12.30 – 1.00    Discussion

1pm             Fork Buffet Lunch in School of World Art

2 – 3.30        FINAL DISCUSSION

3.30pm          Tea/Coffee in Elizabeth Fry Foyer

								
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