This is an online event hosted in Pakistan.
Sponsored by: Save Cultural Heritage Group
Call for Papers Deadline: August 31, 2022
To celebrate International Archaeology Day, the Save Cultural Heritage Group has decided to launch the new format ArchTalk to bring together people from various fields and disciplines related to archaeology and cultural heritage, and to have them share insights in their research as well as their work experience.
Theme 1: Post-Pandemic Archaeology?
This theme will be, among others, about different disciplines of #archaeology, archaeological fieldwork, methodologies, and the exploration of archaeological sites.
Theme 2: Cultural Heritage and #Globalisation
This theme will revolve around tangible and intangible cultural heritage (e.g. #architecture, #art, #clothes, material #culture vs. #dance, #music, performance), its #conservation and #restoration as well as cultural #tourism.
Theme 3: Digital Media for Culture: #Communication & #Education
This theme will include the use of digital #media related to archaeology, architecture, art, cultural heritage, #history, and related sciences (virtual #museum, #socialmedia, #games).
To submit your work please send an email to email@example.com with following information:
1. Your CV
2. Title and format of your proposed work
3. Abstract of your work in no more than 300 words
Each participant will have 10 minutes to present his work as a PowerPoint presentation/ Live Video or via different media. These talks will be followed by a discussion/Q&A, involving the presenters and their chosen topics.
Receiving submissions from Wednesday, December 01, 2021 until 11:59pm (GMT+1) on August 31st, 2022.
Everyone will be notified of their submission’s status by mid-September, 2022–if you don’t hear back by then, send us an email or DM us on Twitter | Instagram | Facebook.
Note: All submissions are presented as anonymous when reviewed and voted on by our review Committee. Students’ race, ethnicity, gender, and/or sexual orientation will never affect the status of their submission; all are welcome to submit. The Director Academics reserves the right to reject submissions for reasons that violate our Non-Discrimination Policy.
If your submission does not follow our content/copyright guidelines, we can’t accept it. We’re all in the same boat of adjusting to this new system so if you have any questions or concerns, email us.
We are looking forward to your submissions!
Academic Team, SCHG (Global)