“Human-environment dynamics in the Peloponnese and beyond”, Athens, 6-8 April 2017

Martina Hättestrand (researcher, SU), Elin Norström (researcher, SU), Christos Katrantsiotis (PhD student, SU) and Taariq Sheik (master student, SU) participated at the conference, which was arranged by the PELOPS (Past Environments and Landscapes of Peloponnesian Societies) group in cooperation with the Swedish Institute at Athens and the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

During the conference the on-going research at Gialova lagoon was presented by the group together with the co-authors Erika Modig (master student, SU), Shari Stocker (University of Cincinnati), Calla McNamee (The American School of Classical Studies at Athens), Pavlos Avramidis (University of Patras). The presentation was titled “Environmental change and human activity since the Late Bronze Age in SW Peloponnese: interpretations of new multiproxy data from Gialova lagoon in relation to archaeological findings”.