Vesuvius: Texts, Objects, and Images
The American Friends of Herculaneum welcomes papers on all aspects of Herculaneum and nearby towns, especially those that pertain to the recovery of new material, whether literary, archaeological, art historical, or philosophical.
Please send abstracts on no more than one page (bibliography can be on a second page); the abstract should follow the guidelines for individual abstracts (see the SCS website). Send it by email to Ms. Nancy A. Smith, Department of Classics, New York University (email@example.com) by March 1, 2020, putting “AFoH” as the subject line of your email. Identify yourself only on a cover sheet; the abstracts themselves should be anonymous. The organizers will review all submissions anonymously and inform submitters of their decision by the end of March, with enough time that those not chosen can participate in the SCS’ individual abstract submission process. All applicants should be members of the SCS by the end of March.