[KS] Call for Papers, SEAA 2008, Beijing

Barbara Seyock seyock at gmx.net
Wed May 16 05:16:34 EDT 2007

Dear colleagues,


For those of you with an interest in East Asian archaeology and early
history, please note the following announcement:


B. Seyock



On behalf of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA) it is a great
pleasure to invite colleagues from across the world to join our Fourth
SEAA World Wide Conference in Beijing, PR China, 2008. The conference
will be held at the Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social
Sciences (IACASS) in Beijing from 2nd to 5th June. 

An ample program is being planned comprising varied aspects of East
Asian archaeology. You will also have the opportunity to join a post
conference tour to important archaeological sites in North China or
Inner Mongolia.

Registration forms and supplementary information are hosted by SEAA-web
(http://www.seaa-web.org <http://www.seaa-web.org/> ) at this stage of
conference preparation. An additional conference homepage may be
installed later. 

Please note the deadline for paper/panel proposal is July 31, 2007

And, welcome to Beijing 2008!

Call for Papers for the
Fourth Worldwide Conference of the
Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA)
2-5 June 2008, Beijing, China 


Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (IACASS) 
No.27 Wangfujing Street, Beijing, P.R China
Participants and accompanying families will be housed at the Visiting
Scholars' House of CASS (just beside IACASS).

Total costs: 

*	Registration fee - $ 60 US
*	Accommodation and food - $200 US (for a two-bed room from June 2
to June 5, breakfast, lunch and welcome dinner of June 3, breakfast and
lunch of June 4, breakfast and farewell lunch of June 5) 
*	In addition, SEAA membership dues for 2008-2012 will be
collected at the time of registration (An increase of the Regular
Member's dues to $25 US per annum from current $10 is being proposed).

Deadline for panel and paper proposal: July 31, 2007:

Please sent the paper and panel titles, with 100-word abstracts, to the
Organizing Committee, in care of 

Dr. LI Xinwei lixinwei67 at yahoo.com.cn 

with a copy to 

Prof. PAK Yangjin yjpak at cnu.ac.kr

Letters of acceptance will be sent in early September 2007.

Post Conference Tour:

Two tours of 3 days each, leaving Beijing on June 5 or 6, returning
there on June 8 or 9 are being planned, with the tentative itineraries
as follows:

1.     Henan Tour:
Anyang, Zhengzhou and Luoyang, all in Henan province. The tour will
visit famous sites, including Yinxu, Erlitou and Yanshi, and museums
within or near these sites. As June is field season in North China, we
are expecting to see excavations at these sites.

2.     Liaoning and Inner Mongolia Tour:
Liaoning and Chifeng in Inner Mongolia. The tour will visit Niuheliang
and other sites in Chifeng.
Estimated cost: $360 US for one tour, including transportation,
accommodation and food.



There is no deadline for conference registrations without paper
proposal, but we may not be able to accommodate you at the Visiting
Scholars' House of CASS if your registration reaches us after April 30,

Please respond to the Organizing Committee (Dr. LI Xinwei
lixinwei67 at yahoo.com.cn, Prof. PAK Yangjin yjpak at cnu.ac.kr) for further




Dr. Barbara Seyock (PhD)
Europe Representative 
of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA)
SEAA-web Editor 

Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich (Muenchen)
Department of Asian Studies
Institute of Chinese Studies

Regerstr. 26
D-45529 Hattingen

Tel. x-49-2324/85016
seyock at gmx.net

Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA-web)
http://www.seaa-web.org <http://www.seaa-web.org/> 


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