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Call for papers--Dyes in history and archaeology

From: Julie Wertz <j.wertz.1<-a>
Date: Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Dyes in history and archaeology 33 Registration and Call for Papers

We are now accepting submissions for Dyes in History and Archaeology
33, which will be taking place at the University of Glasgow,
Scotland, UK October 30 - November 1, 2014.  The conference is
organised by the Centre for Textile Conservation and Technical Art
History and will include an array of social events.  DHA meetings
are dedicated to the interdisciplinary exchange of the latest
research in the history, production, application, characterisation,
and preservation of natural and synthetic dyes and organic pigments
relevant to cultural heritage and the arts worldwide.  The meetings
aim to attract scholars, students, heritage professionals and
independent researchers across the humanities, sciences, arts,
history, ethnography and conservation from local, national and
international universities, research institutions and heritage

Presentations at DHA 33 will be given as oral papers (20 minutes)
and printed posters (A0 portrait).  Emphasis is on interdisciplinary
and applied research for understanding and interpreting dyes in an
archaeological and historical cultural context.  Papers and posters
will be selected from submitted written abstracts (500 words
maximum) by a peer-review panel.  Abstracts must be received by
Friday 30 May, 2014.  Please refer to further instructions in the
template on our website regarding format.

Please send all inquiries to arts-dha33<-a t->glasgow< . >ac< . >uk





DHA 33 Organising Committee
Centre for Textile Conservation and Technical Art History
School of Culture and Creative Arts
University of Glasgow
Glasgow, UK

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