CALL. 31.03.2017: 33. Deutscher Orientalistentag "Asia, Africa and Europe" - Jena (Germany
The Deutsche Orientalistentag (DOT) is the largest professional meeting of Oriental Studies in Germany and one of the most important scholarly Orientalist congresses in the world. The range of disciplines encompasses the Ancient and Modern Middle East, including North Africa, as well as all of Asia, with particular emphasis on Central, South and South East Asia.
FECHA LÍMITE/DEADLINE/SCADENZA: 31/03/2017
FECHA CONGRESO/CONGRESS DATE/DATA CONGRESSO: 18-19-20-21-22/09/2017
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Jena, Germany)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: PD Dr. Peter Stein; Prof. Dr. Uwe Becker; Prof. Dr. Manfred Krebernik; Prof. Dr. Martin Joachim Kümmel; Prof. Dr. Norbert Nebes; Prof. Dr. Matthias Perkams; PD Dr. Alexander Schilling; Prof. Dr. Tilman Seidensticker; Karolin Ulbricht, M.A. (Koordinator)
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The theme of the DOT 2017 is "Asia, Africa and Europe." By this, the organizers wish to emphasize two main topics: - the transfer of knowledge between East and West, especially Eastern influence on Europe in antiquity and the Middle Ages, - the rising interest of Western scholarship in Oriental cultures and history, including the history of Oriental research in more recent times. The theme is intended to promote contributions addressing these topics, but papers, panels, and workshops devoted to other branches of scholarship are equally welcome. All colleagues are cordially invited to present the results of their research, and to discuss them with an expert audience.
We cordially invite you to submit your abstracts for poster and/or oral presentations. We are looking forward to receiving your contributions for the scientific programme and and would like to thank you in advance for your support! Thank you for submitting your results from research and practice on the following main topics:
Ancient Near Eastern Studies / Assyriology
Arabic Language and Literature
Christian Orient and Byzantine Studies
Indology and South Asian Studies
Jewish Studies / Hebrew Language and Literature
Southeast Asian Studies
Turkic and Ottoman Studies
Central Asian Studies
Interdisciplinary sections:Material culture, art history and archeology
Politics, economy and society of the Middle East Abstracts can be submitted until the 31 March 2017 (http://www.dot2017.de/index.php?id=10358&L=1).