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Post-conference publication - International Student Conference in Antiquity and Byzantine Studies, Poznan 2009

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Post-conference publication


Our conference has two aims: firstly, we wish to assemble a group of young scholars from throughout Europe, that they may share their research and forge lasting academic relationships. Secondly, we hope to prepare a published volume which would represent a lasting record of the scholarship presented at the conference.

To this end, we will be soliciting written versions of papers from speakers at the conference. The papers should be fully referenced and should, ideally, reflect the result of any major discussions which may have occurred during the course of the conference.

All texts will be reviewed by scholars from Polish, German, British and French universities. Review copies of the articles will be anonymous and the reviewers will make their comments on a form included with the article. The editorial board – which will consist of members of the conference organisational committee – will then decide on the final contents of the book, based on the comments supplied by the reviewers.

All reviewer comments will remain confidential. Suggested corrections will only be sent to those authors whose articles have been accepted for publication. There is no fixed number of articles envisaged for the publication; the editors will aim to publish those articles which demonstrate both academic rigour and an interesting approach to the chosen topic.

All proposed articles should be submitted two weeks after the conference, on 24 May 2008, by 2pm. Submissions should be made electronically to: sks5@mish.uw.edu.pl .

Authors will be informed about the results of the review procedure by the end of June and the volume itself should appear in the Autumn of this year.