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We are now inviting abstracts from postgraduate students who would like to present a paper at the seminar during the year 2017/18. Submissions will be accepted for all three terms. Speakers will give a paper of up to 45 minutes, dealing with any subject connected with the ancient world (broadly defined), the reception of antiquity, or classical scholarship. They will have the opportunity to receive questions, moderated by the joint chairs, from an audience of postgraduate students and to continue the discussion over wine and nibbles. The seminar provides a friendly environment in which speakers are able to talk about their research, take part in stimulating discussion of their work, and extend their social and academic network. During the past years, we have been pleased to attract speakers from institutions all over the world, the United Kingdom, the EU, North America and Australia among others.
FECHA LÍMITE/DEADLINE/SCADENZA: 11/08/2017
FECHA SEMINARIOS/SEMINARS DATE/DATA SEMINARIO:
29/09/2017 (welcome party); 06/10/2017; 13/10/2017; 20/10/2017; 27/10/2017; 03/11/2017; 10/11/2017; 17/11/2017; 24/11/2017; 01/12/2017; 08/12/2017; 15/12/2017.
12/01/2018; 19/01/2018; 26/01/2018; 02/02/2018; 09/02/2018; 16/02/2018; 23/02/2018; 02/03/2018; 09/03/2018; 16/03/2018; 23/03/2018;
27/04/2018; 04/05/2018; 11/05/2018; 18/05/2018; 25/05/2018; 01/06/2018; 08/06/2018;
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Senate House (London, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Jordan Mitchell; Orestis Mitintzis; Beatrice Pestarino
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The seminar will take place at Senate House at 4.30 p.m. on Fridays during term.
Please, note that the claendar is still provisional:
If you would like to present a paper, please submit an abstract of about 300 words, a working title for your paper, and ONE Friday during term on which you are NOT available. This will help us put the schedule together. We are also accepting submissions for panel sessions of two coordinated papers. These sessions consist of two closely related 25 minute papers. Submissions for coordinated panels should include two abstracts of around 200 words each and an overview of the panel of around 100 words. Submissions should be directed to the seminar’s joint chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org