You are warmly invited to participate in the 15th WBRG international meeting (Séance de la Société préhistorique française), which will be held in Paris in 2024.

When and where? From Monday 13 May to Friday 17 May 2024. This meeting will take place in the centre of Paris, at the National Institute of Art History /Institut National de l'Histoire de l'Art (INHA), located next to the Palais Royal, the Louvre and the Tuileries garden (https://www.inha.fr/fr/l-institut/informations-pratiques/acces-et-horaires.html). The central location makes it easy to reach other major districts of the capital, either on foot or by public transport and vice versa.

The organization? This meeting will take place in hybrid mode. To facilitate the quality of the discussions and the organisation of the sessions, the speakers are highly invited to come and present their research in person (at least the first author). In the shadow of the COVID 19 health crisis, face-to-face debates are also a way of giving new meaning to our profession as researchers, which can only truly flourish when we work together, sharing and exchanging ideas.

Aware of the cost of travelling abroad and the need to contribute to limiting our greenhouse gas emissions, a videoconference broadcast will also be set up to enable a larger number of colleagues to attend this international meeting.

General schedule: 4 days with scientific exchanges (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday). The topics of the sessions are available: here.

Wednesday 15th May is free: devoted to visits to various museums, with compulsory registration, or to free time at the discretion of participants.

At the end of the first day of this scientific event a welcome cocktail at INHA, and Tuesday 14th May (evening), a cocktail dinner will be held on a barge parked on the left bank of the Seine river (limited number of places, registration required, see Registration.

We look forward to see you,

Yours sincerely,

Marianne Christensen (Université de Paris 1), Nejma Goutas (UMR TEMPS, CNRS) & Marta Blasco Martín (Université de Valence), Jean-François Goret (Pôle archéologique de la Ville de Paris), Alexandra Legrand-Pineau (UAR 3225, CNRS), Caroline Peschaux (UMR TEMPS), Isabelle Rodet-Belarbi (Inrap), Jose-Miguel Tejero (Université de Barcelone)


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