PROJECT OUTPUTS

Peer-Reviewed Publications

(* – open access)


PUBLICATIONS

IN PRESS

*Opgenhaffen, L., Jeffra, C.D. & J. Hilditch, ‘Balancing data storage and user functionality: the 3D and archaeological data strategy of the Tracing the Potter’s Wheel Project’. In: M. Hostettler, A. Buhlke, C. Drummer, L. Emmenegger, J. Reich & C. Stäheli (eds), The 3 Dimensions of Digitalised Archaeology. State-of-the-art, Data Management and Current Challenges in Archaeological 3D-Documentation. Springer Nature, New York.


*Hilditch, J., Jeffra, C.D. & L. Opgenhaffen, ‘The Tracing the Potter’s Wheel Project (TPW): An Integrated Archaeological Investigation of the Potter’s Wheel in the Bronze Age Aegean’, IANSA, XII/2. 


 


2021

*Opgenhaffen, L. ‘Visualizing Archaeologists: A Reflexive History of Visualization Practice in Archaeology’, Open Archaeology, 7:1. SPECIAL EDITION Art, Creativity and Automation: Sharing 3D Visualization Practices in Archaeology, 353-377. https://doi.org/10.1515/opar-2020-0138

*Opgenhaffen, L. ‘Tradition in Transition. Technology and Change in Visualisation Practice in Archaeology’, Open Archaeology, 7/1. SPECIAL ISSUE Archaeological Practice on Shifting Grounds.



2020

*Jeffra, C.D., ‘Crafting Beyond Habitual Practices: Assessing the Production of a House Urn from Iron Age Central Italy’, EXARC 2020/4, https://exarc.net/issue-2020-4/ea/assessing-production-house-urn-iron-age-central-italy

 

*Jeffra, C.D., Hilditch, J., Waagen, J., Lanjouw, T., de Gelder, L., Stoffer, M. and M.J. Kim, ‘Blended Learning Initiatives and the Use of Augmented Reality for Archaeological Ceramic Education’, EXARC 2020/4 https://exarc.net/issue-2020-4/int/blending-material-and-digital-project


Hilditch, J., “Bringing the past to life: material culture production and archaeological practice” in S. Dupré, M. Stols-Witlox, A. Harris, J. Kursell & P.S. Lulof (eds.) Re-enactment, Reconstruction and Replication Practices. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 61-88.

2019


*Jeffra, C. ‘CRAFTER: Potting Techniques of the Bronze Age’, EXARC Journal  2019 (1). Available at: https://exarc.net/issue-2019-1/ea/crafter-potting-techniques-bronze-age [Accessed June 29, 2019]

Jeffra, C. ‘Forming Technology’, in I. Nikolakopoulou, Akrotiri, Thera. MBA pottery and stratigraphy. Vols. I-II. p. 471-477. Athens: Archaeological Society.


Hilditch, J. ‘The pottery fabrics and technologies of Phases B-C’, in I. Nikolakopoulou, Akrotiri, Thera. MBA pottery and stratigraphy. Vols. I-II. p. 377-470. Athens: Archaeological Society.

 


CONFERENCE & WORKSHOP CONTRIBUTIONS

 

2020

- Jeffra, C.D., Co-organiser: Archaeological Approaches to the Study of the Potter’s Wheel, International Conference, 24-27 November 2020, Digital.


- Jeffra, C.D., ‘Widening participation in wheel-potting technique assessment’, paper presented to Archaeological Approaches to the Study of the Potter’s Wheel, International Conference, 24-27 November 2020, Digital. (link to follow)


- Opgenhaffen, L., C.D. Jeffra & J. Hilditch, ‘Balancing data storage and user functionality: the 3D and archaeological data strategy of the Tracing the Potter’s Wheel Project’, European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) Annual Meeting (virtual). https://youtu.be/J5yDVdxt4WA


- Hilditch, J. C.D. Jeffra & L. Opgenhaffen, ‘Creating an open-access digital repository of archaeological and experimental ceramics: The Tracing the Potter’s Wheel Approach’, European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) Annual Meeting (virtual). https://youtu.be/vzuqvTj1J8c


- Opgenhaffen, L., Co-organiser: Sharing Practices, Archaeological 3D visualization in the Netherlands (ARCHON Winter School), 20-22 February 2020, Amersfoort/Amsterdam (NL).


- Opgenhaffen, L. & M. Simons, ‘3D printing for research and education’, workshop hosted at Sharing Practices, Archaeological 3D visualization in the Netherlands (ARCHON Winter School), 20-22 February 2020, Amersfoort/Amsterdam (NL).


2019

- Jeffra, C. ‘Experimental archaeology as an equal methodological partner: the integrated approach of the Tracing the Potter’s Wheel project’, paper presented to Experimental Archaeology Conference EAC11, Trento (IT), 2-4 May 2019.


2018

- Opgenhaffen, L., Jeffra, C., and Hilditch, J. ‘Power to the people: 3D archives for exploring ancient ceramic technology‘, paper presented to the Centre for Digital Heritage meeting 2018: 3D Archives, (Re)Use and Knowledge Production’, Lund (Sweden), 18 – 20 Jun 2018.


- Hilditch, J. and N. Abell, Conference Session: Production Beyond the Palaces: Technological and Organizational Aspects of LBA Ceramic Manufacture, 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology: Archaeology and Economy in the Ancient World, Cologne/Bonn, (Germany), 22 – 26 May 2018.


- Hilditch, J., and Jeffra, C. ‘As the world turns: technological approaches to assessing ceramic production within and beyond the palaces in the LB Aegean’, paper presented to the 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology: Archaeology and Economy in the Ancient World, Cologne/Bonn, (Germany), 22 – 26 May 2018.


- Opgenhaffen, L. ‘Back on the turntable: Visualizing the potter’s wheel with 3D technology’, paper presented to the Digital Archaeology Group meeting, Leiden (NL), 8 Feb 2018.


2017

- Opgenhaffen, L. ‘The dark side of the pot: problems in 3D visualisation of archaeological ceramics’, paper presented to the Dutch Ceramics & Glass Research Network Meeting, Amsterdam (NL), 8 Dec 2017.

Jeffra, C. ‘This is not the method you’re looking for: experimental archaeology for Tracing the Potter’s Wheel’, paper presented to the Dutch Ceramics & Glass Research Network Meeting, Amsterdam (NL), 8 Dec 2017.


- Hilditch, J., Jeffra, C., and Opgenhaffen, L. ‘3D techniques for visualising, analysing and interpreting technological innovation in the Bronze Age Aegean’, paper presented to the Meeting Of The European Association of Archaeologists, Maastricht (NL),  30 Aug – 2 Sep 2017, during the session Hidden Stories. 3D Techniques as Tools for Exploring Archaeological Assemblages.


- Opgenhaffen, L.  ‘A 3D reference collection of wheel-fashioned pottery’ paper presented to the Meeting Of The European Association of Archaeologists, Maastricht (NL), 30 Aug – 2 Sep 2017, during the session 3D Technologies in Archaeological Documentation, Analysis and Interpretation.


- Hilditch, J., Jeffra, C., Opgenhaffen, L.  ‘Tracing the potter’s wheel (TPW): investigating technological trajectories and cultural encounters in the Bronze Age Aegean’, paper presented to the University of Amsterdam ACASA Research Meeting Archaeology, Amsterdam (NL), 7 June 2017.


- Hilditch, J.  ‘Tracing the Potter’s Wheel: Integrated Digital Approaches to Ancient Technology’, paper presented at the Re-enactment, Replication, Reconstruction: Interdisciplinary Workshop on Performative Methodologies at the Lorentz Centre, Leiden (NL), 12-16th June 2017.


- Jeffra, C.  ‘The intersection of experimental archaeology and the chaîne opératoire approach in ceramic study’, paper presented to the Experimental Archaeology Conference EAC10, Leiden (NL), 19-22 April 2017.


- Jeffra, C.  ‘Exploring Pottery Production through Experimental Archaeology and Macroscopic Analysis’, paper presented to the Dutch Ceramics & Glass Research Network Meeting, Leiden (NL), 17 Feb 2017.

Opgenhaffen, L.  ‘The use of 3D visualization for ceramic analysis’, paper presented to the Dutch Ceramics & Glass Research Network Meeting, Leiden (NL), 17 Feb 2017.


EXHIBITIONS & OUTREACH

 

Autumn 2019 – Tracing the Conical Cup: Innovative practices in the past and present, Tracing the Potter’s Wheel Interactive Exhibition, hosted by the Archaeological Museum of Heraklion and Netherlands Institute at Athens, Greece.

 

Hilditch, J. - Exhibition opening lecture: Tracing the Conical Cup: Innovative practices in the past and present, Netherlands Institute at Athens (NIA), Athens, Greece, 2 October 2019.