“Absolutely Imprecise: Quantitative Methods of Viewing the Past”
5-6 March 2010
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Franco De Angelis, University of British Columbia
Abstracts for papers on the application of quantitative methods in historical research are sought for the History and Classics Graduate Student Association’s conference at the University of Alberta on Friday, 5 March to Saturday, 6 March 2010. Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words, to be submitted to the address below. As we are a multidisciplinary department, we are seeking papers from a broad spectrum addressing different quantitative approaches to historical research from all time periods and geographical regions. Papers may address any subject matter as it is the method of approach that is of importance, not the specific subject matter.
Papers accepted for presentation should be approximately 15 minutes in length.
Please submit abstracts electronically to email@example.com
Deadline for abstracts: 15 January 2010.
Announcement of accepted abstracts: 15 February 2010.
In addition to the highly anticipated academic proceedings, there will also be organized social events on both the Friday and Saturday nights, as well as an Archaeological Institute of America talk on the Thursday before the conference. If any further information is required, please feel free to contact either Ian Thompson or Rylan Kafara at firstname.lastname@example.org
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