terça-feira, maio 12, 2009

CRE XI's 'Call For Papers'

Call for papers: Current Research in Egyptology XI
Leiden University, 5th – 8th January, 2010

After having been held in the UK for the past 10 years, the CRE graduate conference will move to
the continent for the first time in 2010. We are pleased to announce that CRE XI will be held from
5th – 8th January 2010 at Leiden University, The Netherlands.

As always, the main aim of the conference is to provide graduate and post-graduate students the opportunity to present their research.
You are most welcome to present topics from all periods from the Palaeolithic to the Graeco-
Roman and Coptic Periods in Egypt and the Sudan. Main themes may include:
* Art history
* Artefact Studies
* Burial Practices and Provisioning for the Afterlife
* Current Fieldwork
* Economy and Sociology
* History and Chronological Studies
* Linguistics and Philology
* Museology
* Religion
* Theory and Methods
Range of subjects
It appeared to be particularly interesting to the organizing committee to broaden the scope of the
conference and include a section on Modern Egypt. Needless to say, topics should be Egyptologyrelated.
For example, scholars studying the modern perception of the ancient past are encouraged to
submit a paper
Please note that the language of the conference is English.
Submissions are accepted as a 20 minute paper presentation or as poster presentation (max. format
Submitting papers
An abstract (max 200 words and in English only) and completed registration form, available at the
CRE website, should be submitted before the 1st of October 2009 to: Leiden2010@currentresearch-egyptology.org.uk

You should receive a confirmation e-mail after submission. The
registration form for paper submission can be found on our website:

A notification will be send to those selected for presentation before the 1st of
Kind regards,
The CRE XI organising committee
CRE XI's 'Call For Papers'. If you are interested in presenting a paper at CRE XI, please download the submission form.

If you need to contact the Leiden team, please email us at:

The Netherlands Project in Egypt:

Leiden University Egyptologists:

Publications from Leiden:

Annual Egyptology Bibliography:

My favourite:

The Atlas of Leiden Mummies

The Rijksmuseum van Oudheden Museum Egyptian Collection:

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