From: Hugh W. Jarvis [SMTP:hjarvis@...
Sent: Monday, December 13, 1999 9:48 AM
Subject: 11th Annual Workshops in Archaeometry (fwd)
Contact information below! Hugh
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 1999 12:53:36 -0500 (EST)
From: Hex Kleinmartin <hfk@...
Subject: 11th Annual Workshops in Archaeometry
The Archaeometry Research Graduate Group of the University at Buffalo would
like to invite you to participate in the 11th Annual "Workshops in
Archaeometry" Conference. In the past, the conference has been supported by
the Department of Anthropology, the Canadian-American Studies Committee, and
the Graduate Student Assembly. Last year's conference enjoyed great success
thanks to the input and direction of those invited.
The objectives for this conference are the same as they have always been:
1) to provide an annual forum for the discussion of archaeometric
research; 2) to expand current knowledge of the scope of archaeometric
research; and 3) to expand collaborative efforts among scholars.
The two day conference, to be held February 19th and 20th, 2000, will
consist of four half-day work-shops. Participants will have the opportunity
to present and discuss current research projects. Workshops will include an
introduction by the session moderator, 30-40 minute informal presentation of
research, and a period of open discussion. Ideas and concepts related to
evolving research projects are especially encouraged. Formal papers are not
necessary. A reception/dinner will follow the last work-shop session on
We invite your suggestions and interests regarding the establishment of
topics for the four work-shops. Please return the accompanying reply form by
January 21st, 2000. We will make a follow-up announcement that includes
information about accommodations, scheduling, and topics.
We also request that you invite other faculty and graduate students who you
think would be interested in, or would benefit from this type of forum. We
look forward to hearing from you. If there are further questions please do
not hesitate to contact us.
Dr. Ezra Zubrow Hex Kleinmartin
Professor of Anthropology ARGG Conference Director
ARGG Faculty Advisor
"WORKSHOPS IN ARCHAEOMETRY"
February 19th & 20th, 2000
University at Buffalo
Phone _______________________ e-mail _____________________
I will attend _____Sat. _____Sun.
I will require _____will _____will not require overnight accommodations.
NOTE: Due to budgetary constraints the Archaeometry Research Graduate Group
will cover hotel costs only for those individuals giving presentations at
I have talked to Dr./Mr./Mrs./Ms. _____________________________ And we will
be share a double room.
Professional interest, i.e. research interests
While at the Workshop, _____I am, _____ I am not, interested in
presenting a summery of my research on
and will need a time block of _____30 min. _____40 min. and will require
the following equipment:
_____Overhead Projector _____Slide Projector _____Other
Please return by January 22, 2000.
PHONE: 716 645-2511, FAX: 716 645-3808
Hex Kleinmartin hfk@...
Archaeometry Research Graduate Group
380 MFAC, Ellicott Complex
SUNY at Buffalo, North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260
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