[Humanist] 24.645 events: archaeology; publication cultures

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Thu Jan 13 07:54:28 CET 2011


                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 645.
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  [1]   From:    Gabriel Bodard <gabriel.bodard at KCL.AC.UK>                 (28)
        Subject: CASPAR - IoA seminar series poster

  [2]   From:    HumSpring <HumSpring at esf.org>                             (25)
        Subject: ESF SCH Humanities Spring 2011: Call for applications


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        Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2011 15:00:51 +0000
        From: Gabriel Bodard <gabriel.bodard at KCL.AC.UK>
        Subject: CASPAR - IoA seminar series poster


Forwarded for Daniel Pett:

-------- Original Message -------
> Subject: [Antiquist] CASPAR - IoA seminar series poster
> Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2011 14:37:31 +0000
> From: Daniel Pett <DPETT at thebritishmuseum.ac.uk>

The following seminar series will be held on behalf of the Centre for
Audio-Visual Studies and Practice in Archaeology at UCL Institute of
Archaeology.

All welcome to attend, and drinks follow each seminar. We look forward
to seeing you there.

Mondays 4-6pm, IOA 31-34 Gordon Square, London Room 612

10 Jan Broadcast archaeology Michael Wood (Story of England, BBC) & Ray 
Sutcliffe (Chronicle)
17 Jan Producing archaeology on TV Charles Furneaux (Kaboom Film and 
Television)
24 Jan Archaeology and radio Ben Roberts (The British Museum)
31 Jan Using digital technology to visualise the past Tom Goskar (Wessex 
Archaeology) and Stuart Eve (UCL)
7 Feb The Google ancient places prokect Leif Isaksen (University of 
Southampton)
21 Feb Archaeology, television and the public Tim Schadla-Hall & Chiara 
Bonacchi (UCL)
28 Feb Developing digital communities Andy Bevan and Lorna Richardson (UCL)
7 Mar The Portable Antiquities Scheme Dan Pett (The British Museum)
14 Mar Archaeology, videogames and the public Andrew Gardner (UCL)
21 Mar Where do we go from here Don Henson (Honorary Director of CASPAR)

Enquiries to: Tim Schadla-Hall t.schadla-hall at ucl.ac.uk or Chiara
Bonacchi chiara.bonacchi at gmail.com



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        Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2011 17:05:52 +0000
        From: HumSpring <HumSpring at esf.org>
        Subject: ESF SCH Humanities Spring 2011: Call for applications


Call closing in a few days!
For publication on your web site and/or wide dissemination among early career researchers

Dear colleagues,

The European Science Foundation (ESF) is committed to creating Fora for early career scholars to develop their visions for the European Research Area.
We have developed in particular the format of the “Humanities Spring” workshops, aimed at producing short policy documents authored by the best early career scholars after 2-day debates on identified issues.

This year the selected theme is:

Humanities Spring 2011: “Publication Cultures in the Humanities”

Deadline for submission of applications: 17 January 2011, 12:00 (noon) CET
You can access the Call text and on-line submission form via the following webpage: www.esf.org/humanitiesspring<http://www.esf.org/humanitiesspring>

We are writing with a request to publish / circulate widely the attached Call for the ESF-sponsored event, which invites for a Europe-wide selection of young scholars in the Humanities.

Please do not hesitate to get back to us directly via HumSpring at esf.org<mailto:HumSpring at esf.org> with any questions you may have.

Thanking you very much in advance for your collaboration,

Best regards,

Dr Eva Hoogland
Ms Irma Vogel

Humanities Spring Team
European Science Foundation
Humanities and Social Sciences Unit

1 quai Lezay Marnésia
BP 90015
F - 67080 Strasbourg

Tel   +33 (0)388 76 71 26
Fax   +33 (0)388 76 71 81
Email: HumSpring at esf.org<mailto:HumSpring at esf.org>
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