Sun, Jul 23|
Opening the Ancient World - Day 1
A FREE Virtual Conference presented by SASA -Save Ancient Studies Alliance
Time & Location
Jul 23, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
About the Event
Opening the Ancient World
Theme: “Discovery, Science, and Technology in the Ancient World - Traditions and Innovations”
Sunday July 23rd and Monday July 24th, 2023
Save Ancient Studies Alliance presents our third annual conference, a new type of online conference for ALL Ancient Studies scholars & anyone interested in the Ancient World.
This conference invites you to consider traditions and innovations in discovery, science, and technology throughout the Ancient World, meaning across the globe in pre-modern times. We invite presenters to submit abstracts on any ancient culture on a topic relevant to this discussion.
● Adrienne Mayor, Research Scholar at Stanford University
● Gerardo Aldana, Professor of Chicana/o Studies at University of California, Santa Barbara
● Geoffrey Killen, Egyptologist, Wood technologist and furniture historian, Consultant for the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Ancient Egyptian Coffins Project
● Dr. Jeffrey Moser, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture at Brown University
1. to hold an academic Ancient Studies conference freely available to the public
2. to foster discussion and action regarding public outreach and scholarly inclusiveness
3. to present and support excellent scholarship by independent scholars around the world, in order to continue building a joint community of scholars including both those whose occupations are inside and outside academia.
Where to watch (make sure to follow & subscribe!):
This is a FREE public conference that will be livestreamed on SASA website (Virtual Conference)
SASA's YouTube, Facebook & Twitch
World History Encyclopedia's YouTube & Facebook
World of Antiquity's YouTube
Per-Hay Studio's YouTube
Check out our Virtual Conference page to learn more!
Please share widely with former students, colleagues, and friends who you think may be interested. ALL are welcome!