Events and Conferences organized by other institutions (outside of Princeton)

2018

July 2-5
Leeds International Medieval Congress provides an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of all aspects of Medieval studies.  Paper session proposals on any topic related to the Middle Ages are welcome, while every year the IMC also chooses a special thematic focus.  In 2018 - the year of the 25th IMC - this si MEMORY.

July 9-11
ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies is organizing its Forty Seventh International Conference on the history and the cultural heritage of the Aramaeans B.C.: History, Literature, and Archaeology, to be held at the Oriental Institute, the University of Oxford. If you wish to participate in the conference, please contact the society's Oxford address: ARAM, the Oriental Institute, Oxford University, Pusey Lane, Oxford OX1 2LE, England.Tel.  01865-514041 Email: aram@orinst.ox.ac.uk.

July 11-13
Syriac Christianity, 11th – 13th July 2018, (Oxford University)
ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies is organizing its Forty Eighth International Conference on Syriac Christianity (including Mar Touma Church), and the Archaeology of monasteries and churches in the Syriac (Syrian), Maronite, Chaldean, Church of the East (Assyrian) Churches, to be held at the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, on 11th – 13th July 2018. The conference will start on Wednesday 11th July at 9am, finishing on Friday 13th July at 7pm. Each speaker’s paper is limited to 35 minutes, with an additional 10 minutes for discussion.

July 16-18
Afterlife and Funerary Beliefs and Ceremonies in the Near East before 8th Century A.D., 16th – 18th July 2018 (University of Oxford)
ARAM Society for Syro-Mesopotamian Studies is organizing its Forty Ninth International Conference on Afterlife and Funerary Beliefs and Ceremonies in the Near East before 8th Century A.D., to be held at the Oriental Institute, the University of Oxford, on 16th – 18th July 2018. The conference will start on Monday 16th July at 9am, finishing on Wednesday 18th July at 7pm. Each speaker’s paper is limited to 35 minutes, with an additional 10 minutes for discussion.