AABS 19th Conference: Dreams, Memory and Imagination in Byzantium – Call for Papers Open
The 19th Conference will be held at Monash University on 24-26 February 2017.
AABS Bursaries for 2016 International Byzantine Congress in Belgrade
The Australian Association for Byzantine Studies is pleased to offer two bursaries of $500.00 each for attendance and presentation of a paper or poster at the 23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies, to be held in Belgrade from 22-27 August, 2016: see the Congress web site at http://byz2016.rs/home/?lang=en Applications will be accepted from graduate and postgraduate students who are current financial members of AABS. Applicants who are not current financial members are invited to join; details at http://www.aabs.org.au/members/ Applicants will need to complete their own registration and abstract submission through the Congress web site. The successful applicants will be expected to publish their papers or posters with acknowledgement of AABS.
Please submit applications and any questions to the President, Dr Ken Parry, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please circulate this offer among your colleagues and students.
Formed in 1978, the Australian Association for Byzantine Studies is a non-profit organisation that aims to foster links between scholars, students and laypersons within Australia and New Zealand who are interested in Byzantium and related fields. The Australian Association is a member of the Association Internationale des Etudes Byzantines. It also has close working links with Byzantine groups in a number of countries. The Association supports a biennial conference, which offers the opportunity for members to present papers or to hear discussions of interest from scholars within Australia, as well as from overseas. Participation comes from a wide range of disciplines and covers a broad time span, so that papers, even when devoted to a particular theme, are always diverse. The publication of Byzantina Australiensia is an academic series which aims to provide access to texts of the Byzantine period in translation, as well as to relevant scholarship.