Tracing Networks: Craft Traditions in the Ancient Mediterranean and Beyond

Funding:

The Leverhulme Trust, Research Programme Grant, GBP 1,729,180 (Department of Computer Science: GBP 277,674)

Duration:

October 2008 - September 2013

Summary:

The overall aim of the project is to investigate networks of crafts-people and craft traditions across and beyond the Mediterranean region, between the late bronze age and the late classical period (c.1500-c.200 BCE).
The project focuses on asking how and why traditions, techniques and technologies change and cross cultural boundaries, and exploring the impact of this phenomenon on new paradigms for global ubiquitous computing that can improve interactivity, resource consumption and distribution efficiency.

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People:

J L Fiadeiro, Y Hong, E Law, M Solanki, E Tuosto,

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