VIA 2011 Conference - Call for Papers & Posters
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 28 February 2011
Researchers and practitioners from across disciplines are invited to submit abstracts for presentations and posters to be delivered at the Visualisation in Archaeology International Conference at the University of Southampton on the 18th to 19th of April 2011. The 2011 Conference marks the culmination of the three-year VIA project which has sought to explore the philosophical and historical dimensions--and future prospects--of the visualisation of archaeological knowledge.
Proposals are sought for the following sessions:
Engaging with the Virtual World? Approaches to Using Computer Games to Represent Heritage, Chairs: Keith Challis & Matthew Smith
Images in Action: Visualisations as Tools and Arguments in Archaeological Research, Chair: Simon James
Old Flames: The Visualisation of Light and Colour in Archaeological (Re)Construction, Chairs: Gareth Beale, Nessa Leibhammer, Kostantinos Papadopoulos
Outlining the Past - Archaeology and the Fine Arts, Chair: Sam Smiles
Plurality of Media: Different Visual Techniques and their Functions, Chair: Stefanie Klamm
Antiquaries and Artists: Recording Britain's Past Before 1820, Chair: Bernard Nurse
General Sessions, various Chairs.
Please submit proposed abstracts by 28 February 2011 to the associated session organiser and/or to Sara Perry, [log in to unmask]
For further info and contacts, visit http://www.viarch.org.uk/index-conference.asp
We are keen to see participation from professional visualisers, practitioners, commercial industry, students and scholars across the sciences, humanities and social sciences.
PLEASE NOTE: The event will be live-streamed and contributions should be adaptable for publication.
Thanks so much,
Archaeology, University of Southampton
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