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RE: [neareasternarchaeology] Call for Papers for 2012 SSEA Colloquium & Special Notice

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  • John Holladay
    Jack Holladay here! Just for fun, I d like to read a short paper on: A Dirge for Biblical Text-Critics: The Queen of Sheba, Who (and _What_) was Solomon s
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      Jack Holladay here! Just for fun, I'd like to read a short paper on: "A
      Dirge for Biblical Text-Critics: The Queen of Sheba, Who (and _What_) was
      Solomon's Father-in-Law?, and Poor Mummy-Robbing Egypt Saved by Shishak's

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      Subject: [neareasternarchaeology] Call for Papers for 2012 SSEA Colloquium &
      Special Notice

      2012 SSEA/ SÉÉA

      The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities/Société pour l'Étude de
      l'Égypte Ancienne invites all doctoral level graduate students and senior
      scholars to submit proposals for papers to be given at this year's Scholars'
      Colloquium. The deadline for submission is AUGUST 31st, 2012. The Scholars'
      Colloquium will be held on Friday, November 30th, 2012 and on Sunday,
      December 2nd, 2012 at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Canada.
      Proposals for Scholars' Colloquium papers will be accepted from graduate
      students and senior scholars in the fields of Egyptology, Anthropology,
      Classics, Fine Arts, Archaeology, Nubian Studies and related fields on ANY
      topic connected with predynastic, pharaonic, Hellenistic, Roman or Coptic
      Egypt, but must represent an original contribution to the field.
      Presentations may be given in either English or French. Papers may not
      exceed 20 minutes in length.
      Since a limited number of proposals will be accepted, papers will be vetted
      by committee. Interested scholars should send a title and brief abstract of
      their proposed paper to the Scholars' Colloquium Coordinators at
      scholarscolloquium@... or scholarscoll@.... Please note that
      only proposals submitted in electronic format [i.e. via email] will be
      considered. Abstracts must not exceed 350 words in length. Acceptances of
      papers will be issued in September.
      The SSEA/SÉÉA is also holding its 38th Annual Symposium that weekend,
      on December 1st. Papers accepted for the Scholars' Colloquium are not
      limited to the topic of the symposium [CITIES IN THE SAND] and no preference
      will be given to proposals based on topic. Please also note that the SSEA
      is soliciting proposals for the Scholars' Colloquium only.
      There is no charge to speak in the Colloquium and registration is
      not required. Attendance at the Scholars' Colloquium is free and open to
      all. A registration fee is required to attend the Saturday symposium,
      however. For more information on the Symposium, email info@... or
      visit www.thessea.org
      This year a special travel award has been set up in memory of Steven J.
      Larkman, former President of Calgary Chapter, by his friends and colleagues.
      This award will be available to aid scholars wishing to travel to Toronto to
      present at the 2012 SSEA Scholars' Colloquium. This award will be given to
      aid scholars who would not otherwise have funding to travel to the event,
      and will be given as partial reimbursement of travel costs upon presentation
      of original receipts. Scholars wishing to apply for this award must be
      members of the SSEA and must have submitted an extended abstract of their
      presentations for consideration in advance of the date of the Colloquium.
      If you would like more information about this award, or if you would like to
      make a donation, please email info@...

      Dr. John S. (Jack) Holladay, Jr., now a professor emeritus at the
      University of Toronto, is a long-time member and former trustee of the SSEA.
      Not only has he been a colleague of virtually every President of the SSEA
      since the 1970s, he has also been a mentor to numerous former Trustees.
      As his colleagues in other organizations have decided to honour him this
      year with a Festschrift, the SSEA/SÉÉA also wished to celebrate his career
      and achievements Therefore, we have decided to allow those accepted for
      presentation at the 2012 SSEA Scholars' Colloquium to dedicate their papers
      to Dr. Holladay if they so wish. There will also be no specific theme
      (except the general Scholars' Colloquium theme of ancient Egypt & Nubia) for
      the papers in his honour. Those wishing to present a paper in honour of
      Jack Holladay at the 2012 Scholars' Colloquium must follow all the
      regulations set out in the Call for Papers. For more information, email
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