Conference: 27-29 September 2006
University of Melbourne
The early medieval period was a time of movement and change, but also of continuity. Religions in various forms were spreading and political powers shifted and altered. Society and culture changed as victor and vanquished interacted, and old practices and traditions mingled with new. Papers relating to the phenomena of conquest, change and continuity are warmly invited for the Australian Early Medieval Association's third annual conference, on the theme of Conquest and Continuity. The Association will also be pleased to accept submissions on any other area of early medieval research.
Abstracts of no more than 200 words for a 20-minute paper should be forwarded to the conference convenor, Ms. Natasha Amendola, by 30 June 2006. Please include affiliation, contact details and a preliminary indication of any audio-visual requirements with your abstract.
'Victorem a victo superari saepe videmus' -Dionysius Cato
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