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CFP: ICEMST / ICRES 2022 – Antalya, TURKEY


You are invited to attend and participate in the International Conference on Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology (ICEMST) and International Conference on Research in Education and Science (ICRES) which will take place at the Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Antalya Hotel on March 24-27, 2022 in Antalya, TURKEY. The aim of the conference is to offer opportunities to share your ideas, to discuss theoretical and practical issues and to connect with the leaders in the fields of education, social sciences and engineering, science, technology.

Accommodation is free for all participants during the three nights of March 24-27, 2022. The participants will stay in a double room. Please let us know if you want to share your room with a friend or colleague who registers for the conference as a participant or listener. Otherwise, the conference organizing committee will assign the rooms to participants based on their gender.

The conference is organized annually by the International Society for Technology, Education, and Science (ISTES).

*The conference has a virtual presentation option. Virtual participants will receive presentation certificates and their papers will appear in program, abstract, and proceedings books like with our face-to-face conferences. Participants will receive all conference documents (Conference Program Book, Conference Abstract Book, Certificate of Participation, and Proceedings Book) digitally.

Please register and submit your abstract (proposal) first. There is no format for proposal submissions. The abstract (proposal) will added to the submission panel in your conference account. If your proposal is accepted for presentation, then you may upload your full paper for publication in the proceedings, one of the conference journals or annual book. The full paper template is available in the Paper Guidelines menu.

The conferences invites submissions which address the theory, research or applications in all disciplines of education and social sciences. Conferences are organized for:
– Faculty members in all disciplines of education and social sciences
– Graduate students
– K-12 administrators
– Teachers
– Principals
– All interested in education and social sciences

After the peer-reviewing process, the full papers will be published in the proceedings, annual book, or one of the sponsor journals, and submitted to the related indexes/databases. The publications affiliated with ISTES Organization are indexed or listed by the following sources: Web of Science, Scopus, ERIC. ISTES books on education and social sciences have been accepted for SCOPUS coverage from 2020 onwards

Best regards,

Prof. Dr. Mack Shelley, Iowa State University, USA
Prof. Dr. Wenxia WU, George Washington University, USAD


-Submission of Abstracts: February 28, 2022
-Conference Late Registration Fee Payment: February 28, 2022
-Conference Date: March 24-27, 2022
-Fulltext Submission for Proceedings Book & Annual Book: April 30, 2022
-Publication of Proceedings Book & Annual Book: December 31, 2022

CFP: Cambridge Heritage Research Centre Annual Conference – University of Cambridge

From the Cambridge Heritage Research Centre at the University of Cambridge:

The Cambridge Heritage Research Centre at the University of Cambridge has just released its ‘Call for Papers’ for the 22nd Cambridge Heritage Symposium on the topic of Confronting Uncertainty: Heritage Pasts and Presents in Flux. Please find the full call here.  The hybrid conference will take place over 19–20  May 2022. 

We invite abstracts of no more than 300 words to be submitted to Isavella Voulgareli ([email protected]) by 27 January 2022. For further information or any questions about the conference, please contact Alisa Santikarn ([email protected]). 

We look forward to hearing from you,

Alisa Santikarn, Oliver Antczak, and Mariana P. L. Pereira

CFP: 2022 Brandeis Annual Graduate Conference

From the the Brandeis Classical Studies Department Graduate Student Representatives:

We are pleased to announce the 2022 Annual Graduate Conference, with in-person presentations held on Friday, April 8th and virtual presentations held on Saturday, April 9th. The conference is titled “Ancient Worlds, Embodied: Identity, Society and the Human Body in Antiquity.” We invite submissions from current graduate students and recent alumni, and we ask that you all circulate this announcement to your friends and colleagues.


Call for Papers!

“Ancient Worlds, Embodied: Identity, Society and the Human Body in Antiquity”

Department of Classical Studies, Brandeis University

Annual Graduate Conference

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Debby Sneed, Lecturer at California State University, Long Beach

Conference Date: April 8th – 9th, 2022

The Department of Classical Studies at Brandeis University invites submissions of abstracts for our Annual Graduate Student Conference. This year’s conference will provide a platform for the exploration of ideas related to the human body through the examination of textual, visual and material evidence from the ancient world. The intention of this conference is to engage with the human body through a range of disciplines as it impacted societies in antiquity. Graduate students of any field in the humanities and social sciences are encouraged to submit abstracts for consideration, some relevant fields are: Art History, Anthropology, Classical Studies, Comparative Literature, Disability Studies, Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies.

Possible paper topics include, but are not limited to:

– The depiction and reception of bodies in ancient visual and textual cultures

– Beauty, desire, and sexuality in the ancient world

– Investigation of social, cultural, gender, or religious identities in antiquity

– History of health, medicine, and disability

– Scientific approaches to the body (bioanthropology, ethnoarchaeology, etc.)

– Athleticism, sport, and competition

– The modern reception of ancient works related to the body

Submissions must be original, single-authored works by current graduate students. Papers should be 15 minutes in length, followed by a 5 minute question-and-answer session. At present, the conference will be held in a hybrid format, with in-person presentations held on Friday, April 8th and virtual presentations on Saturday, April 9th. If interested in participating, please submit an abstract for consideration (no more than 300 words), a paper title, and a current CV to [email protected]. In the body of your email, please specify if you are interested in presenting your paper in either a virtual or in-person format. The submission deadline for abstracts is February 18, 2022.  Selected presenters will be notified by March 4, 2022. Please direct any questions about the conference or submission process to Kelly Ahrens, Ella Hathaway and Carlee Unger at [email protected].

Best regards,

Kelly, Ella, and Carlee

The Brandeis Classical Studies Department Graduate Student Representatives 

CFP: Graduate Archaeology Conference

The Graduate Archaeology conference at the University of Oxford is calling for papers from archaeology graduate students. The theme of the conference this year is “Art in Archaeology,” and will run March 11th – 13th, 2022.

From the official GAO text:

Graduate Archaeology (Oxford) Conference: Art in Archaeology – Production, Transmission and Reception

The annual Graduate Archaeology at Oxford (GAO) Conference invites the international community of graduate archaeologists working at any level to submit their abstracts for this conference. The conference will be held from 11th – 13th March 2022 in Oxford. Although the conference will be hybrid, speakers will need to be physically present in Oxford. This year’s conference has the broad theme of art in archaeology, with each day focusing on a different sub-topic: production, transmission and reception.

The GAO Conference is an annual event hosted by the Graduate Archaeology Committee at the University of Oxford, providing an opportunity for the international community of graduate archaeology students to share their research to a large and diverse audience. The conference will also feature three keynote speakers, who will present fresh research about art in archaeology. We welcome diverse, innovative and creative approaches to the topic under discussion, with no geographical or chronological limits. Please feel free to email the convenors to discuss any ideas you may wish to present.


“There really is no such thing as Art. There are only artists” (Gombrich 1950). The Story of Art is perhaps the most seminal work on Art History, and in his opening line, Gombrich chose to centre the creator over the creation. The making of art is one of the defining features of humanity (Morris-Kay 2010). All human cultures have produced art, and our desire to make, to create transcends borders of time and distance. This act of artistic creation is almost “something bred in the bone, so to speak” (Carroll 2004). Art from the archaeological record not only raises questions of ‘what’ was produced, but ‘why’, ‘where’ and ‘how’. If every creation has a creator, art also makes us question ‘who’, and if the mark of cultural or self-identity (Bright & Bakewell 1995), art allows the most direct understanding of who past cultures – or people – really were.

Contributions may discuss, but are not limited to:

  • Any aspect of material culture studies in archaeology
  • The processes of production of art
  • The reasoning for or theory of art production
  • Artistic style, be it personal, geographical or chronological
  • Object typology


As long as humans have produced art, it has been sold, traded and disseminated. The movement of art has often been used to identify cultural interaction, or colonial activity (Boardman 1964). The adaptation, incorporation or rejection of artistic styles can also be indicative of wider social interactions between ancient cultures, whose historical sources are now lacking. From China to India, the Levant to Spain, the use and transmission of objects and symbols can be a factor in the alteration or continuation of a culture negotiating identity in the ancient world though art (Feifer, Meltesen, Rathje 2015). Examining the journey of objects through time and space, and the alteration of their meaning and significance, as well as the ways these can narrate the story of the people who produced, transported, received, sold, and worshipped them, can reveal cultural diversity and interaction along trading routes (Galen 2009, Whitfield 2018). Furthermore, the study of
visual culture and of the compound interpretation of images can have an impact on the study of a civilisation, in a globalised framework (Mersmann and Schneider 2009). Additionally, the processes of the trade of art, its mechanisms and routes, allows for wider studies of economy.

Contributions may discuss, but are not limited to:

  • Cultural interaction as seen through art
  • Trade and economy of art
  • Religious identity in art
  • Adaptation and incorporation of iconography in art
  • Political identities in art


Classical reception is defined as “how the ancient past is visibly interwoven in the fabric of the present moment” (Hanink 2017). The engagement with the past and the process by which people described, evaluated, explained, and finally curated an image of the past, has been a constant practice of humankind. The interpretation and representation of an ancient civilization is a complicated and challenging process, based on the ancient material and literary evidence, yet at the same time largely affected by the period and context during which it is examined. The range of methods and theoretical frameworks employed to examine the past, as well as the diversity of time periods during which it is analysed constitute an important aspect of reception studies. Reception studies have largely engaged with the disciplines of classics and history generally (Hardwick 2003; Hardwick & Stray 2011). Less recognised remains the role and prejudices of the past and present in shaping perceptions of archaeology (Holtorf 2005; Sanders 2009). New methodologies on the field of reception studies can therefore be applied to understand how representations of ancient cultures relate to modern archaeological practice (Moser 2014).

Contributions may discuss, but are not limited to:

  • Historical perceptions of art in archaeology
  • Changing receptions of art
  • Post-colonial perspectives and their impact on our field
  • Processes, theory and effects of looting and repatriation
  • Museology and collection history

We look forward to your contributions. Abstracts of no more than 250 words can be submitted to [email protected] The deadline for abstracts is 1st February 2022.

Ollie Croker and Myrto Kokkalia, GAO Conference Organisers 2021-2022

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Apply to Present at ARCE’s 2022 Annual Meeting!
Deadline: January 7, 2022

ARCE is pleased to announce that the Call for Papers is now open for our 2022 Annual Meeting. The Annual Meeting which will take place at the Irvine Marriott Hotel in Irvine, California from April 22-24, 2022, from 08:30 AM US PT to 17:00 PM US PT Friday and Saturday, and 08:30 AM US PT to 13:15 PM US PT on Sunday.

A hybrid virtual experience will also be provided for those presenters or participants who cannot attend in person. Proof of vaccination is required for all of the in-person sessions.

ARCE’s Annual Meeting brings together hundreds of scholars who present on Egyptian history and heritage, recent fieldwork, technological advances, and much more.

Submissions must be received through ARCE’s All Academic site by January 7, 2022. Please review our updated submission guidelines and complete your entry via this site.

Submissions can only be accepted from ARCE members in good standing. Please join or renew your membership online or contact us by email.

More information on the 2022 Annual Meeting will be posted on the ARCE website as it becomes available.

We look forward to receiving your abstract!


COVID Statement:
ARCE will of course be following local COVID-related guidelines in place at the time, and adding requirements for vaccination cards or negative COVID-tests, masking inside, distancing, etc. in order to do our best to help keep everyone safe. We promise to stay engaged and actively utilize the safest protocols available at the time of our Annual Meeting, and so will our vendors.