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        Date: 2019-09-07 20:18:54+00:00
        From: Bond, Sarah E 
        Subject: CFP: Association of Ancient Historians 2020 in Iowa City, IA

Good afternoon from Iowa City. I am writing as a co-chair for the 2020
Association of Ancient Historians meeting which will be held on campus
at the University of Iowa from April 23-25, 2020. We would like to
encourage digital humanists focused on the ancient world to submit to
the digital humanities panel in particular, which will be presided over
by Hannah Scates Kettler (ISU) and which is sponsored in part by out
Digital Scholarship & Publishing Studio here at the University of Iowa.
Please read, circulate, and consider applying to the conference! As it
was at the Duke-UNC AAH meeting, we hope that DH will be a big part of
the papers presented.

Call for Papers: AAH 2020

Due December 2, 2019 to the Online Submission Form.

Please join us in Iowa City, Iowa for the 2020 AAH Annual Meeting, to be
held April 23-25, 2020. The theme this year is “A Global Antiquity.”
Registration ($95) includes a reception on Thursday evening as well as
banquet to conclude the conference on Saturday night.

All of our sessions will be held on campus at the University of Iowa in
Iowa City, IA. A block of rooms has been reserved for AAH participants,
panel presiders, and attendees at The Graduate Hotel in Iowa City, a
short walk from campus along the pedestrian mall. To make reservations
call 319 337 4058. The AAH rate is $109 per night plus taxes and fees.
This rate is guaranteed through Feb. 23, 2020. Plan to travel to Iowa
City by car or fly into Cedar Rapids Airport (CID) if planning flights.

The deadline for the receipt of paper proposals for the AAH Annual
Meeting on April 23-25, 2020 at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA
is December 2, 2019. Please submit a 300-word abstract and short
bibliography of 3-5 sources reflecting the state of the question to the
conference submission form [HERE]

Papers are welcome on the following topics:
Long Distance Trade in Antiquity
Panel Presider: Jinyu Liu (DePauw University)

Ancient Food
Panel Presider: Jordan Rosenblum (UW-Madison)

Athenian Life and History
Panel Presider: Thomas C. Rose (Randolph-Macon College)

Alexander and his Generals on the Frontiers
Panel Presider: Rosemary Moore (University of Iowa)

A Global Late Antiquity
Panel Presider: Sarah Bond (University of Iowa)

Disease, Disaster, and Environmental Histories
Panel Presider: Brenda Longfellow (University of Iowa)

Geographies of Conflict and Warfare
Panel Presider: Lee Brice (Western Illinois University)

New Documentation Panel: Epigraphy, Numismatics, and Papyri
Panel Presider: Georgia Tsouvala (Illinois State University)

Race, Ethnicity, and Outreach in Ancient History
Panel Presider: Nandini Pandey (UW-Madison)

Ancient History and Pedagogy
Panel Presider: Angela Ziskowski (Coe College)

Digital Humanities and Ancient History (DH Panel)
Panel Presider: Hannah Scates Kettler (Iowa State University)

Contact: Sarah Bond (sarah-bond@uiowa.edu) and Rosemary Moore
(rosemary-moore@uiowa.edu) with any questions. Registration will open in
December of 2019 and conference applicants will be notified by January 2020.

Sarah E. Bond
Associate Professor of History
Department of History
University of Iowa

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