Ianir Milevski studied general history and history of the Ancient Near East at the Universidad de Buenors Aires, Argentina. In 2005 he received his doctoral degree in Archaeology and Near Eastern Cultures from the School of Jewish Studies and Dept. of Archaeology and Near Eastern Cultures, Tel Aviv University, Israel. Since 1988 he is research archeologist at the Israel Antiquities Authority, in the Departement Excavations, Survey and Research.
During his fellowship at Topoi (October 1, 2014 – November 30, 2014) Ianir Milevski prepares a digital map of the technical innovations and economic relations in the southern Levant from the Late Chalcolihtic and Bronze Age periods. He also gives lectures of his archaeological work in Israel and the role of Technical Innovations in the Pre- and Protohistory of Israel in the DAI and at the Freie Universität Berlin.
- 26.11.2014TalkModes of production in the Copper Age of the southern Levant, techno-social innovations in time during the 5th to 3rd millennia BCPart of: Contextualising Technical Innovations in PrehistorySpeaker