Date:         Mon, 19 Jan 2004 11:23:53 -0500
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From: Traianos Gagos 
Subject:      [PAPY] American Society of Papyrologists call for papers

The American Society of Papyrologists

Call for Papers for the January 2005 Meeting in Boston

The American Society of Papyrologists invites proposals for papers that will be
part of a panel on "Ancient Culture and Society in the Papyri" for the APA's annual
meeting in Boston January 6-9, 2005. Although the scope of papyrological studies is
wide, submissions for this panel must meet at least one of the following criteria:
(a) they must make use of evidence from papyri, ostraca, or wooden tablets (in
Greek, Latin, Coptic, Demotic, Arabic, or other appropriate languages) for ancient
cultures and literatures; (b) they must investigate the history, cultures, textual
productions, or material culture of Graeco-Roman Egypt broadly understood, i.e.,
from the Hellenistic to the early Arab period. Submissions from scholars at both
junior and senior levels are welcome. We especially encourage those at or near the
beginning of their academic careers to submit proposals.
Abstracts may be up to 600 words in length and should not contain the author's
name, as as they will be refereed anonymously. Send by February 1, 2004 to Abstracts sent by regular mail should be postmarked by
February 1, 2004 and addressed to:

Kathleen McNamee, Chair, Program Committee, ASP
Department of Classics, Greek, and Latin
Wayne State University
Detroit, Michigan 48202

Traianos Gagos
Archivist of Papyrology,
Associate Professor of Greek and Papyrology,
Research Associate (Kelsey Museum of Archaeology), and
President, American Society of Papyrologists

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