PROFANE LANDSCAPES, SACRED SPACES
The Czech Institute of Egyptology announces the international conference Profane landscapes, sacred spaces. The aim of the meeting will be to discuss issues connected to environment development and climate change research in Egyptology, and to the ways ancient Egyptians reflected their environment and created sacred spaces within the natural landscape.
The conference will be held in Prague on June 30 – July 2, 2014.
Should you be interested in giving a paper, please submit your proposal (ca. 500 words) to the organisers prior to November 18, 2013; clearly stating the methods applied, the nature of the evidence and the goals of your contribution. All proposals will be peer-reviewed and decided upon by December 1. Each of the accepted talks will be given 30 minutes for presentation plus 10-15 minutes for discussion. Conference publication is planned.
On behalf of the organisers: Miroslav Barta, Jiri Janak, Czech Institute of Egyptology (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com).