Punic Network Graduate Workshop IX
University of Liverpool
10 am- 7 pm, 21 February 2019
UK Punic Network Graduate Workshop creates an opportunity for
graduate students working on Phoenician and Punic topics at Masters
and Doctoral level to meet and discuss their work with students
and staff with similar interests based at other universities.
It has taken place in the past at Glasgow University (2009, 2011),
Oxford University (2010, 2013, 2014, 2017), Durham University
(2015), Bristol University (2016), and in 2019 will be hosted
at the University of Liverpool
The Workshop is scheduled to take place on Friday, 22 Feburary
2019 at the University of Liverpool (exact venue tbc) 10am to
In keeping with the Workshop’s tradition, there will be
two types of presentations: one of c.20-25 minutes to report on
research that is well underway or (nearly) completed, and one
of c.5-10 minutes to signal work that is just beginning, or to
try out specific ideas.
Those interested in presenting work should send a title and an
abstract of up to 250 words by Friday, 21 December 2018,and indicate
whether the contribution is a longer or shorter paper. Those interested
in just attending the workshop should contact us to register by
the same date, as space is limited.
This year the UK Punic/Phoenician Network Graduate Workshop will
be running conjointly with the Annual Conference of the British
Association for Near Eastern Archaeology (22-24 Feburary 2019).
Lunch and refreshments will be provided on the day, but we are
unable to assist with travel or (if necessary) accommodation expenses.
graduate students are reminded that they can apply to theThomas
Wiedemann Memorial Fund for assistance with travel expenses (http://www.thomaswiedemann.org.uk/).
For submissions and further enquiries please contact Dr
Alfred Hirt (Liverpool) a.m.hirt @ liverpool.ac.uk