[Ura-list] Fwd: Reminder - Call for abstract: Advances in Sámi Archaeology
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Betreff: Reminder - Call for abstract: Advances in Sámi Archaeology
Datum: 08.11.2017 09:27
Von: Asa Conference <Asa.Conference at student.oulu.fi>
We would like to remind of the call for abstracts for the conference
_ADVANCES IN SÁMI ARCHAEOLOGY_, which will be held in INARI, FINLAND,
6-8TH JUNE 2018. We welcome you to send in an abstract of maximum 250
WORDS to the following e-mail address: ASA.conference at student.oulu.fi.
In this conference, we invite researchers, heritage authorities, museum
workers and other practitioners to discuss recent results and current
questions in Sámi archaeology, aiming also to identify future research
strategies and challenges according to developments in scientific
approaches and other issues concerning Sámi society.
All abstracts related to Sámi archaeology are welcome. Topics may
include new results, methodological and theoretical developments,
aspects of heritage management and dissemination, and related ethical
and research theoretical debates.
The conference language will be English, with North Sámi and Russian
simultaneous translations if needed.
The deadline for submission of abstracts is 30TH NOVEMBER 2017.
The conference is organised by representatives from Department of
Archaeology, University of Oulu; the Giellagas Institute, University of
Oulu; Sámi museum Siida, Inari; Department of Archaeology and Classical
Studies, Stockholm University, and Department of Archaeology, History,
Religious studies and Theology, University of Tromsø.
For more information about the conference, visit our website at
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