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CALL. 15.10.2019: Classicamente. Dialoghi Senesi sul Mondo Antico - Siena (Italy)

09.10.2019

 

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FECHA LÍMITE/DEADLINE/SCADENZA: 15/10/2019

 

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LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Università di Siena (Siena, Italy)


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we are pleased to announce that the CFP for the third edition of the Sienese seminars "Classicamente. Dialoghi senesi sul mondo antico" has been extended until the 15th October. The present CFP is addressed to young scholars, who have not obtained any academic degree at the University of Siena and are part of the following categories: postgraduate graduates, doctoral students, research fellow, independent scholars with no connection to academic institutions. The purpose of this project is to engage young researchers in order to establish dialogue aimed at sharing and discussing their different approaches to the classical world (anthropological, philological, historical, archaeological, semiotic, etc.) and their research results.

Proposals should address one of the following topics: Orality and Writing, Anthropology of Space, Visual Anthropology, Conflict-Memory-Forgiveness, Body and Identity, Folklore, Religion and religions: a comparative approach.

Candidates are invited to send an abstract of 500 words max. in PDF format by October 15th, accompanied by at least five bibliographic titles, to dialoghisenesi@gmail.com, with the following subject: “proposal for an intervention in Sienese Dialogues III edition”. The PDF file should not include any reference (in the title or in the text itself) to the candidate’s identity, in order to ensure anonymity and fairness at the time of selection.

 

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