ASCS 37 (2016) is to be held at the University of Melbourne in Melbourne, Victoria, from 2-5 February 2016. The conference convener is Dr K.O. Chong-Gossard (email@example.com).
Full details of the call for papers are at http://www.ascs.org.au/news/ascs37_call_for_papers.html. Further details will be placed from time to time on the ASCS web site (www.ascs.org.au), click on the ‘News Flash’ on the home page.
All offers of papers must be received by Friday 31 July 2015. Any offers which come in after that date unfortunately will have to be rejected.
The following requirements will be in place again for this conference. Only one offer will be accepted from any one person. Those attending the conference (and offering a paper) must be ASCS members; if you are not a member and wish to join in order to attend ASCS 37, you can join by following the relevant instructions on the ASCS web site (www.ascs.org.au, under ‘membership’). Scholars from countries other than Australia and New Zealand will not be required to become ASCS members.
An alternative to offering a paper, particularly for postgraduate students, is a ‘poster presentation’, and we would be interested in hearing from anyone who would like to present using this format.
Members may also propose a panel of papers on a particular theme. The panel structure will need to conform to the 90 minutes allocated to each session. Applications to have a panel considered must conform to the guidelines for panels at ASCS.
We also invite archaeological reports as a specific category of presentation. We recognise that the submitted abstracts may be projections rather due to the fact that the field season will possibly take place after the call for papers has closed. Please read the guidelines for this category before submitting your proposal.
All offers of papers will be anonymously reviewed by the conference program review committee. Its task is to make decisions about the suitability (or not) of the papers offered.