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Sheffield: Historical Metallurgy - Research in Progress 2011 9 Nov 2011

posted 22 Jul 2011, 09:01 by Paul Brayford   [ updated 9 Nov 2011, 14:10 ]
Research in Progress 2011, Wednesday the 9th November, 2011
Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield

This meeting is aimed at a wide variety of contributors, from historical and archaeological metallurgists to excavators, historians and economists. If you are working, or have just finished working, on a project related to archaeological or historical metallurgy, we would like to hear from you. We are particularly interested in bringing together contract and public sector archaeologists with academic researchers, and in fostering links between the different disciplines studying metallurgy and related activities. Whether you are a student, a researcher, an interested non-specialist, or a professional excavator, we invite you to meet others working in this field and present your research to an interested community.

Call for Papers
Download the call for papers poster.
Proposals for 10-15 minute oral papers are welcomed from anyone undertaking work in any area of ancient, historical, or industrial metallurgy, and from other researchers whose focus is of relevance to this subject.
Titles and 300 word abstracts should reach the organisers at hms.rip2011@gmail.com by Monday 26th September.

Registration
Download the registration form as MS Word or Adobe Acrobat file.
The cost of the conference will be £15 for members of the Historical Metallurgy Society, and £20 for non-members.
Lunch and coffee is included. Please make cheques payable to The Historical Metallurgy Society Ltd.
Registration is requested by Friday 4th November as there are limited places.

Venue
The conference will be held at the Humanities Research Institute at the University of Sheffield, 34 Gell Street, Sheffield, S3 7QY.
How to Find Us http://www.shef.ac.uk/hri/findus.html

Organisers
The meeting is being organised by:
Derek Pitman – d.pitman@shef.ac.uk
Jessie Slater – j.slater@shef.ac.uk
General enquiries and abstracts can be directed to hms.rip2011@gmail.com
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