Women in...

This section we propose you a closer look to past societies from a gender perspective. A tour around the Iberian peninsula in Prehistory and Protohistory through different societies, open to the inclusion of new periods and people. In each period we will suggest texts and images in which women and men from different ages are shown participating in the community, with the aim of overcoming the traditional and biased historical interpretations.

Human evolution

Human evolution

7 million years - 250,000 years ago


Middle Paleolithic

Middle Paleolithic

Europe

250,000 - 35,000 years ago


Upper Palaeolithic

Upper Palaeolithic

Eastern Iberia

30.000 - 12.000 BP


The Early Neolithic

The Early Neolithic

Cueva de El Toro (Torcal de Antequera, Málaga)

5240 - 4800 cal. BC


Middle Neolithic

Middle Neolithic

North-eastern Iberia

4500-2500 BC


Copper age

Copper age

Los Millares (Santa Fe de Mondújar, Almería)

3200-2200 cal. BC


Argaric culture

Argaric culture

Southeast Iberia

2250 -1450 BC


Phoenician and Punic Communities

Phoenician and Punic Communities

The southern and south-eastern Iberian Peninsula

825 – 200 BC


Greek colonies

Greek colonies

Western Mediterranean

800 -200 BC


Iberian society

Iberian society

From southeast France to southern Iberia

600 -100 BC

INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO GENDER ARCHAEOLOGY - University of Tübingen (Alemanya)

The Pastwomen Network co-organizes the International Seminar "Interdisciplinary Approaches to Gender Archaeology" at the University of Tübingen.

July 4-10, 2022


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