Second call for papers : “Patterns of Early Asian Urbanism “

Second call for papers : “Patterns of Early Asian Urbanism “

Deadline : 1 June 2013

Conference Dates : 11 – 13 November 2013

IIAS, together with Leiden University’s Faculty of Archaeology and the Archaeology Unit of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, are hosting an international conference to bring together leading scholars from around the world to explore the theme of ‘Early Urbanism’ of pre-modern Asian cities within the much broader context of urban studies, ancient and modern. This international event forms part of the activities connected with the IIAS Asian Cities and Asian Heritages research clusters. 

Key note speakers

The provisional list of key note speakers includes:

Professor John Bintliff, Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University
Professor Roland Fletcher, Department of Archaeology, University of Sydney
Professor Jacques Gaucher, Directeur de la Mission Archéologique Française à Angkor Thom (EFEO)
Professor John Miksic, Head Archaeology Unit, Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore
Professor Norman Yoffee, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University

Submission details :

The organisers invite proposals for papers or presentations of 20 minutes in length. Abstracts of 300 words maximum and a short author biography (including institutional affiliation) should be submitted before 1 June 2013. Proposals for panel discussions (3 to 4 speakers) are also encouraged. An academic committee will select and group the proposals into separate sessions.

To submit an abstract or proposal, please use the menu on the right or follow the links below:

Individual paper: http://bit.ly/12rzwZp

Panel proposal: http://bit.ly/T9PYbP

About the Conference :

More detailed information on the conference subject, structure and organisation, registration and fees, etc, is available on the conference page.

 


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