Helena Tomas

Archaic State InteractionSAR Press PublicationArchaic State Interaction: The Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze AgeBy using a specific case study, the contributors to this book aim to help establish a common theoretical ground for investigating how humans and the societies they built interacted over time.
2007, March 11–15
Advanced SeminarPutting Aegean States in Context: Interaction in the Eastern Mediterranean and Southeastern Europe during the Bronze AgeParticipants of this advanced seminar utilized existing knowledge of the dynamic nature of social interactions among the pre-state and state societies of the Bronze Age Aegean as a vehicle with which to critically examine the strengths and weaknesses of world systems theory, as well as explore alternative theories for understanding social interactions at different geographical and temporal scales.

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