CALL FOR PAPERS
Croatia, Pula, 16-22 May 2022
Deadline: 30 November 2021
30 years of DEGUWA. On 11 January 1991, 15 archaeologists, historians, sports divers and friends of the ancient sciences gathered in Erlangen to found a non-profit society with the aim of promoting the preservation of the underwater cultural heritage and its scientific research.
Crete, Ayios Nikolaos, October 2022
Deadline: 31 December 2021
Due to the current global health situation, the Organizing Committee of the 13th International Congress of Cretan Studies has decided to postpone the Congress for one year, to October 2022.
24-27 February 2022
Ύστερα από την έκτη συνάντηση για το ΑΕΘΣΕ και την επικείμενη έκδοση των Πρακτικών, προχωρούμε στη διοργάνωση της έκτης επιστημονικής συνάντησης, από Πέμπτη 24 έως Κυριακή 27 Φεβρουαρίου 2022.
30 September 2021
On 15 September 2021 paper titles and short abstracts (250 words) are due for a workgroup on Extra-Scribal Writing in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean (1600-800 c. BCE), to convene during Fall 2021 Semester via Zoom.
15 September 2021
Crete, Rethymno, 22-25 October 2021
The notion of “revolution” denotes a fundamental turn, when the course of things
becomes qualitatively different.
30 May 2021
Warsaw, 24-25 June 2021
We would like to invite you to participate in the 8TH CONFERENCE IN AEGEAN ARCHAEOLOGY, which will take place in a hybrid format at the University of Warsaw (Poland) and online on June 24th and 25th, 2021.
Proposals for conference presentations are especially welcomed from early career researchers, such as PhD students or candidates, and scholars who have already completed their doctoral research and recently obtained their title.
15 March 2021
Germany, Kiel, 7-12 September 2021
Registration for the Kiel Annual Meeting is open. All delegates have to be current (2021) EAA members and pay for AM registration.
11 February 2021
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 13 February 2021
This conference pertains to a wide variety of topics concerning the classical world, with paper sessions being divided by theme based on the papers accepted. Abstracts will be considered from any discipline within classical studies (archaeology, history, philology, art history, etc.) or a related field, including interdisciplinary studies or topics in Egyptology, the ancient Near East, and the like.
23 November 2020
Heidelberg, 11-13 November 2021
The conference’s objective is to systematically and critically advance research on bodily comportment by focusing especially on the forms and methods of communication expressed, triggered, and intended by Aegean Bronze Age depictions of the anthropomorphic or hybrid body. It aims to examine representations of the gesturing, still and moving body; depictions of interlocutor(s) and receiver(s); choreographed action; different forms of bodily vocabularies and renderings of emotion and affect; the contexts in which communication is depicted.
30 October 2020
Prague, 5-10 July 2020
4 years after its birth in Southampton as a highly influential world organization, the World Archaeological Congress is coming back to Europe. WAC is open to archaeologists of all countries, encouraging the development of regionally-based histories and maintaining the international academic discourse within the worldwide community. This special event offers you the opportunity to share the results of your research. It mediates discussion on professional training and public education for disadvantaged nations, groups and communities. The voices of representatives of different Indigenous groups will be welcomed. We will also discuss the role of archaeology and the state of world heritage in the current globalized world.
21 May 2020
Kalamata, 2-5 June 2021
With this circular we announce the Third International Scientific Meeting of the “Archaeological Work in the Peloponnese” (AWOP3). The meeting is organized by the Department of History, Archaeology, and Cultural Resources Management of the University of the Peloponnese and will take place in Kalamata on 3-6 December 2020.
The aim of AWOP3 is to inform specialists and the general public on archaeological work undertaken in the Peloponnese, the islands of the Gulf of Argos, Kythera, and Antikythera during the last three years, namely: finds from recent excavations and other fieldwork, the results of recent studies of new or old material, work relating to the conservation and management of monuments and archaeological sites.
28 February 2021
Budapest, Hungary, 26-30 August 2020
The motto of our 2020 Annual Meeting in Budapest is “Networking!”. It was chosen because Budapest, at the centre of Hungary and the Pannonian Basin has always been a continuous interface between different networks and networking systems in the past. This is where the cultures of East and West, North and South met in the past and it is where they still meet. This is proved by the diverse Hungarian Cultural Heritage. Many of us will experience the Budapest Turkish baths, for sure.
17 February 2020
Heraklion, 14-17 January 2021
The Conference focuses on the region of the Eastern Mediterranean, which includes the area from the south of Corfu to the East, and on a time spanning from the 4th Millennium to the 6th century BC. Travelling, networks and contacts in the ancient Eastern Mediterranean has been the subject of many past conferences, essays and studies, being considered as the decisive factor which promoted cultural interaction and distribution of goods and ideas in the region throughout antiquity.
15 June 2020
Prague, 22-25 September 2020
This symposium, the sixth in the series of collaborations, aims to bring together scholars of different disciplines and specialisations who are interested in the formation and evolution of places or spaces for healing in the prehistoric, ancient and mediaeval worlds, their relations with the religious and rational spheres and also how we are able to identify them today from the archaeological, osteological and textual record. We welcome a wide spectrum of papers presenting different perspectives incl. an interdisciplinary approach, as well as case studies.
31 March 2020
Athens, 1-2 October 2020
The 4th CAA-GR conference ‘Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Greece’ will be held at N.C.S.R. “Demokritos” on 1st and 2nd October 2020. It will be jointly organized by the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and the Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications The focus of this year’s conference will be on ‘Big Data in Archaeology’. In the framework of the conference a one-day workshop on ‘Management and evaluation of Big Data‘ will be organized.
10 April 2020