Herculaneum: New Technologies and New Discoveries in Art and Text
Sponsored by the American Friends of Herculaneum
Organized by David Sider, New York University, email@example.com, and Carol Mattusch, George Mason University emerita, firstname.lastname@example.org
The American Friends of Herculaneum invite proposals for papers to be given at its sponsored panel at the annual meeting of the Society for Classical Studies in January, 2018, to be held in Boston. Papers may be on any aspects of Herculaneum - architecture, sculpture, painting, texts, excavation, conservation, later history, recent finds, with special emphasis on new technologies, new initiatives, and new practices.
By March 1, 2017, please submit a cover letter confirming your 2017 membership in the SCS, and a one-page anonymous proposal (bibliography may appear on a second sheet) for a 15–20-minute paper to Ms. Nancy A. Smith, Department of Classics, New York University (email@example.com). Follow the instructions for the format of individual abstracts on the SCS website. Proposals will be read anonymously by two referees.
Don't forget application deadline for AFoH studentships is 1 April 2017.
Contact Roger Macfarlane for further information.