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Subject: Call for participants--Nordic Conservation PhD Student Colloquium

Call for participants--Nordic Conservation PhD Student Colloquium

From: Anne Haack Christensen <anne.christensen<-a>
Date: Thursday, July 17, 2014
Nordic Conservation PhD Student Colloquium
School of Conservation, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
Esplanaden 34
DK-1263 Copenhagen
24-25 November 2014

The Danish School of Conservation is pleased to host the seventh
colloquium for current and aspiring PhD students in conservation
training institutions.  The intention is to provide a common
platform for PhD candidates in the conservation of cultural property
to meet, and to set up cooperation and exchange between the
conservation-restoration educating institutions.

The aim of the colloquium is to give postgraduate research students
primarily in the Nordic programmes the opportunity to present and
discuss their current research with their peers and programme
faculty, and to benefit from such an exchange.

It allows for the sharing of ideas and information among PhD
candidates and programme faculty in a relaxed and informal
environment.  The colloquium is a Nordic forum for debate and
exchange of ideas in research with relevance to the
conservation-restoration of cultural property.  Furthermore, it
provides a venue for PhD students to meet, interact and form future
collaborations with other PhD students.

The 2014 Colloquium programme features a scientific programme of
student presentations, the opportunity to update the research
student network as well as social activities.

The colloquium is open to current and aspiring PhD students, their
supervisors, and other academic staff involved in research training
in the conservation programmes at the School of Conservation
(Copenhagen), the University of Oslo, the Metropolia University of
Applied Sciences, Vanta, the University of Gothenburg and
conservation programmes abroad.

All current and aspiring PhD candidates who wish to participate will
be asked to give an oral presentation, in English, of their PhD work
and research.  All presenters will be asked to submit an extended
abstract (300-500 words) for circulation to participants to provide
for informed discussion of each piece of presented research.

The deadline for registration is 1 September 2014 and deadline for
submission of extended abstracts is 1 November 2014.

A detailed programme will be provided around 1 November 2014.
Please note that the number of participating current and aspiring
PhD candidates is limited to 20 and is on a first come first served
basis.

Contact:

    Jane Richter
    School of Conservation
    The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
    jr<-a t->kadk< . >dk

Anne Haack Christensen
National Gallery of Denmark


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