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CFP: BU Graduate Symposium in the History of Art & Architecture

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 465 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA

The 36th Annual Boston University Graduate Symposium in the History of Art & Architecture  Submissions Due: December 6, 2019 Symposium Date: March 28, 2020  Environment: Awareness, Exchange, and Impact  Conversations about the environment are a prominent and contentious aspect of life in the 21st century, but the environment has always been an omnipresent force. Serving both as […]

Hermogenes and Hellenistic-Roman Temple Building in Greece and Asia Minor: Messon – Teos – Magnesia – Sardis

Penn Museum 3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA

New excavations in Turkey have rekindled interest in Hermogenes, the Hellenistic architect whom Vitruvius credits with a number of temple innovations (e.g. the eustylos and pseudodipteros temple types). The recent excavations of the temple of Dionysos at Teos (Prof. Musa Kadioğlu) have provided new evidence about Hermogenes' eustylos at this location. This conference brings together […]

International Postgraduate Conference: Interpreting Identities in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea

International Hellenic University 14th km Thessaloniki - MoudaniaThessaloniki,

The postgraduate students of the MA in the Classical Archaeology and the Ancient History of Macedonia at the International Hellenic University are organizing the International Conference entitled “Interpreting identities in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea”. The conference will be held on 2-4 April 2020 at the International Hellenic University in Thermi, Thessaloniki. The […]

Second Annual Meeting on Community Archaeology & Heritage, Penn Cultural Heritage Center

Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology 3260 South St., Philadelphia, PA

The Penn Cultural Heritage Center, University of Pennsylvania, invites proposals for papers from graduate students and other researchers working in the disciplines of archaeology, anthropology, cultural heritage and related fields for the Center's Second Annual Meeting on Community Archaeology and Heritage. The topic for our 2020 conference is "Owning (up to) the Past." The question […]

5th Annual Antiquities Action Symposium at The University of Texas at Austin

Patton Hall, Room 0.128, The University of Texas at Austin 305 E 23rd St, Austin, TX

"Whose Heritage is it Anyway?" Local Responses to Cultural Heritage Preservation in the Age of UNESCO Call for Papers Deadline: February 2, 2020 Symposium Date: April 4, 2020 Heritage preservation has been dominated by European-focused approaches since the founding of the discipline of archaeology. A particularly apposite example is the preservation of the site of […]

Collectors and Scholars: The Numismatic World in the Long 19th Century

University of Tübingen, Institute of Classical Archaeology Schloss Hohentübingen · Burgsteige 1172070 Tübingen,

In the 19th century, developments in the study and collection of coins set the cornerstone for modern numismatics: major steps included the foundation of learned societies (e.g. Royal Numismatic Society in 1836, Numismatische Gesellschaft zu Berlin in 1843, American Numismatic Society in 1858, etc.) and the publication numismatic journals from the 1830s onwards (Revue numismatique […]

Toward the Middle Range

Illini Union 1401 West Green Street, Urbana, IL

Toward the Middle Range will focus on the intersection of theory, method, and case study through the lens of the New Materialisms. As a study of human pasts, archaeology should be a process where various datasets (narratives) are woven together toward an inclusive science. But the question has always been: how can this be done? […]

Space and Governance: Towards a New Topography of Roman Administration

Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (Real Academia de España en Roma) Piazza San Pietro in Montorio 3Rome,

Call for pa­pers: "Space and Governance: Towards a New Topography of Roman Administration" conference, 2-3 October 2020, Royal Academy of Spain at Rome (Real Academia de España en Roma) The purpose of the conference is to explore the transformation of public space and administrative activities in Republican and Imperial Rome through an interdisciplinary exploration of […]

Münzen aus römischen Militärplätzen. Zu Theorie, Methodik und Praxis der Fundmünzenauswertung

---Digital conference--- Friday, December 18, 2020 Coins from Roman military sites. Theory, methodology and practice in analyzing coin finds - Münzen aus römischen Militärplätzen. Zu Theorie, Methodik und Praxis der Fundmünzenauswertung Since the activities of the Reichslimeskommission in the late 19th century, Roman coins from the military sites along the Neckar and the Upper Germanic-Rhaetian […]

Ancient Greek, Roman and Byzantine engraved gems in the eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea area

Frankfurt, Germany, ALBANY, METRO ATLANTA

An international e-conference on archaeological and archaeogemological approaches We are glad to inform you that an international video conference on engraved gems in the Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea area will take place on May 13-14, 2021 on Zoom.us. An engraved gem, frequently referred to as an intaglio, is […]