"HiMAT - The History of Mining Activities in the Tyrol and Adjacent Areas - Impact on Environment & Human Societies" was established 2007 at the University of Innsbruck. Concern is the impact of mining activities on culture and environment in the alpine area from the Neolithic period up to modern times. International experts from Innsbruck and other universities are gathered in a multiple interdiscipline network in order to evaluate and analyse the stages of expansion, consolidation and regression of mining activities in the middle apine region.  

 

News and events

Guest lecture: Daniel Berger (Curt-Engelhorn-Zentrum Archäometrie Mannheim), Auf der Suche nach den Zinnquellen der Alten: Neue Erkenntnisse zur Herkunft des bronzezeitlichen Zinns anhand naturwissenschaftlicher Untersuchungen
23.05.2019, 19:30
Zentrum für Alte Kulturen, Langer Weg 11, SR 1 

The International Mountain Conference (IMC) 2019
08. - 14. 09. 2019, Universitiy of Innsbruck

Excavation on the Late bronze age copper smelting place "Mauk A", Maukental (Radfeld, Unterinntal)
15.07. - 02.08.2019

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External events

UK-Gespräche: Bronze Age Metallurgy
23.05. - 24.05.2019, Hollandstr. 11 - 13, 1020 Wien, auditorium 1. floor

Steinschläger Symposium
29.05. - 01.06.2019, archeoParc Schnalstal (I)

Swiss International Summer School for Alpine Archaeology 2019:
Alpine Environmental Archaeology
06.07. - 13.07.2019, Binntal (Kanton Wallis, CH)

Contact

Speaker: Gert Goldenberg
 +43 512 507-37506

Office: Lisa Obojes
 +43 512 507-37508

  info-himat@uibk.ac.at

Website administration: Lisa Obojes

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