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December 15, 2011

ARCE 2012 Call for Papers

ARCE 2012 Call for Papers
IMPORTANT REMINDER

Members who wish to present papers at the 63rd Annual Meeting of ARCE April 27-29, 2012 at the Renaissance Providence Hotel in Providence, RI, should submit abstracts to the Review Committee electronically via the www.allacademic.com web site no later than Friday, January 6, 2012.

The Review Committee will be comprised of scholars in both ancient and modern Egyptian studies. Please carefully read the Submission Guidelines on the All Academic web site.

Submisions are encouraged in the areas of:
-Ancient Egypt: Art, Archaeology, History, Literature, Philology,
-Religion
-Coptic Studies
-Medieval to Ottoman Egypt
-Modern Egyptian Culture and Society
-Anthropology
-Conservation
-Museum Studies
-Training
-ARCE Programs

All presenters must be current ARCE members. Please call 210.821.7000, or email membership@arce.org, if unsure of your membership status.

Visit the ARCE web site at www.arce.org for more information on the 2012 Annual Meeting. We look forward to receiving your abstract by January 6th.

Posted by carijoy at December 15, 2011 09:09 AM

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