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The Australasian Society for Classical Studies (ASCS) will hold its 40th Annual Meeting and Conference at the University of New England in Armidale, NSW, Australia, from 4 - 7 February 2019. We welcome abstracts on all aspects of the classical world, its reception, and traditions
FECHA/DATE/DATA : 04-05-06-07/02/2019
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of New England (Armidale, Australia)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Drs Graeme Bourke ; Bronwyn Hopwood ; Clemens Koehn
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Apertura del registro / Conference registration opens / inizio della registrazione: 01/08/2018
Tarifa anticipada / Early-Bird rates / tasse anticipate: 1 August 2018 – 30 September 2018
Tarifa media / On-Time Owl rates / tasse in tempo reale: 1 October 2018 – 30 November 2018
Tarifa tardía / Sleepy-Sloth rates / tasse in ritardo: 1 December 2018 – 1 February 2019
Descuentos / concessions /disconti:
Estudiantes / Students /studenti
Profesores de secundaria / Secondary school teachers / Insegnanti di scuola secondaria
Estudiantes de instituto acompañados de un tutor / High school students accompanied by a teacher, parent, or guardian / Studenti delle scuole superiori accompagnati da un insegnante, un genitore o un tutore
Jubilados / Retirees / pensionati
Para los precios de registro ver la página web de registro / For conference registration prices, please see the conference registration page / Per i prezzi di registrazione della conferenza, consultare la pagina di registrazione.
The 40th ASCS Annual Conference Keynote Lecture will be delivered by the 2019 ASCS Keynote Speaker, Professor Teresa Morgan (Oriel College, Oxford).
The 21st A. D. Trendall Lecture of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, will be delivered jointly by Dr Lea Beness and Associate Professor Thomas Hillard (Macquarie University).
The 23rd Maurice Kelly Lecture of the University of New England Museum of Antiquities (UNEMA), will be delivered by Dr Julie Anderson, Assistant Keeper (Curator), Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan (The British Museum).