2019 State of the Field, the Ancient DNA Revolution in Archaeology, JIAAW
2017 American Anthropological Association 16th Meeting
2016 World Archaeology Congress 08 Kyoto
Papers and Posters
Beyond Cereals: exploring agricultural and food nuance in the Indus Civilisation.
Paper presented at the ‘Food’ Colloquium, Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania.
Bates, J. (postponed)
De-coding or re-coding? Exploring the contested history of Indus archaeology, a case study from Rakhigarhi.
Paper presented at the Centre for Ancient Studies, University of Pennsylvania.
Bates, J., Green, A.S., Conesa, F., Garcia-Molsosa, A., Jones, P.J., Lightfoot, E., Orengo, H.A., Üstünkaya, M.C., Walker, J., Wright, N., Singh, R.N., Petrie, C.A. (postponed)
Many communities, many foods: the economic and political implications of diversified cropping strategies before, during and after urbanism in northwest India c.3200-1500BC.
Paper presented at the SAA, Austin, Texas.
Indus Foodways: exploring the implications of new theoretical perspectives beyond ‘diet’ and ‘subsistence’.
Paper presented at the Annual Conference on South Asia, Madison.
Bates, J., Singh, R.N., Petrie, C.A.
A view from the villages: disentangling ‘multi-cropping’, agricultural adaptation and resilience in the Indus Civilisation.
Paper presented at the International Working Group for Paleoethnobotany, Lecce.
Contested heritage at Rakhigarhi, Haryana, India.
Interactive poster presented at the Hacking Heritage Unconference, Brown University