King's College London and University College London
Current Research in Egyptology (CRE) is a postgraduate conference set up to facilitate research and promote bonds between British and international universities worldwide who are conducting research in Egyptology, Egyptian Archaeology, or any other related field of study.
The students at the University of Oxford originally established CRE in 2000. Since then, the conference has become an annual event typically hosted by major centers for Egyptological research in the UK.
Hosts for the conferences have included University College London, University of Cambridge, University of Birmingham, University of Liverpool, and many others which can be seen here in the Past Conferences. CRE XV is the first CRE to be awarded jointly to two different universities and is the first CRE for King’s College London and the second time for UCL.
We welcome you to submit an abstract for a 20-minute presentation or an A0 poster. All postgraduate, independent, and early career researchers studying ancient Egypt and Sudan, including the prehistoric/predynastic, Pharaonic, Late, Graeco- Roman and Islamic periods. Themes may include, but are not limited to: architecture, art history, ceramics, cultural and foreign interaction, current fieldwork, geoarchaeology, material culture, museum studies and site management, osteoarchaeology, philology, religion, state development, trade and economy, and zooarchaeology.
Abstracts should consist of no more than 200 words and should be submitted by 15 November 2013 to email@example.com.
Please be sure to have the following info on your email submission: Name + title, email address, abstract + title of paper,and affiliation (if not currently affiliated please note self as ‘independent researcher’).
Please submit abstracts as a word .doc or .docx attachment (not a PDF), using 12 pt Times New Roman Font with no indenting or tabbed spacing of paragraphs. Please use 1.5 spacing. Please do not exceed the 200 word limit–as that will automatically disqualify your submission. Please do not use any citations or footnotes in the abstract.