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CALL. 01.08.2019: Egyptology & Assyriology Graduate Conference - Rhode Island (RI, USA)


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Brown’s Egyptology & Assyriology Graduate Conference (EAGC) provides an arena for any Egyptology and/or Assyriology (under)graduate student to present their research in a relaxed but academic environment to foster the professional development of young scholars and bring emerging Egyptologists and Assyriologists into conversation with one another. As a rising professional in your field, EAGC provides a neutral space for you to practice your presentation skills without academic pressures such as those at more formal venues and operates as a forum to receive constructive feedback and spark discussion about the research you present and the way you present it.


FECHA LÍMITE/DEADLINE/SCADENZA: 01/08/2019


FECHA CONGRESO/CONGRESS DATE/DATA CONGRESSO: 05/10/2019


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Brown University. Rhode Island (RI, USA)

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INFO: web - egyptologygradconference@gmail.com.


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Not only will you improve your own abilities, but also be given a chance to meet and interact with students from different universities and nationalities to increase your professional as well as your personal network and learn about each other's new and exciting research. Abstracts should be submitted before August 1 via the conference web page. For more information visit the conference web page or send us an email at egyptologygradconference@gmail.com.


Notifications of acceptance will be sent out by August 15.

Free to attend and open to all!

The opening address will be given by Dr. Alexander Ahrens of the DAI.

Lunch and refreshments will also be served at no cost.

This conference immediately follows At the Margins; extend your stay and enjoy both!

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