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MARE

On 29 February 2020 abstracts (500 words maximum) are due for a conference for young researchers entitled Maritime Archaeology Research Exchange (MARE), to be held on 11-16 June 2020 in Hamburg. Further information is available at https://mareconferencehamburg.wordpress.com/. Panels will be held on the following topics:
• Theory and Methods of Maritime Archaeology
• Archaeology of Harbours, Ports, and Marinas
• Shipbuilding: Types and Use
• Trade Routes

 

International Mustafa V. Koç Underwater Archaeology Symposium

On 30 March 2020 abstracts (400 words maximum) are due for a conference entitled International Mustafa V. Koç Underwater Archaeology Symposium, to be held on 11-12 June 2020 in İstanbul. Further information is available at https://underwaterarchaeologyjobs.files.wordpress.com/2020/01/call-for-papers-international-mustafa-v.-koc3a7-underwater-archaeology-symposium.pdf.

 

Nostoi II

On 30 April 2020 abstracts are due for an international conference entitled Nostoi II. Traveling in the Eastern Mediterranean: Sea + Inland Routes from the Early Bronze to the End of the Early Iron Age, to be held in Heraklion from 14-17 January 2021. Title, name affiliation, and abstract should be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Submission forms and further information are available at https://nam10.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2F1drv.ms%2Fb%2Fs!Aj62JBNWcF_ujZUm0As6ajiooXyigQ%3Fe%3DFsFAOa&data=02%7C01%7Caegeanet%40lists.ku.edu%7Ce1b0b9aa5b0d45a7a7bf08d7a6fd6db5%7C3c176536afe643f5b96636feabbe3c1a%7C0%7C0%7C637161479726785587&sdata=rzpf1hOs0ZWOIkkVlAvBx7tkm4bhP%2BJt6zaAf5qwT84%3D&reserved=0.
• Tracking and Mapping Sea and Inland Routes
• Writing and Sealing Bureaucracy of Exchange
• Merchants, Commodities, and Gifts
• Systems of Commercial Interaction
• Mobility, Agency, and Technology
• Routes and Means of Transportation
• Piracy and Sea People
• Art and Iconography
• Maritime Cultural Landscapes
• Ideology (religion, beliefs, customs)

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