Lectures will be held in german or english language and must follow one of four different formats of your choosing:
→ Regular lecture
The lecture may not exceed 20 minutes of speaking-time and the presentation should not consist of more than 15 slides.
We also gladly accept team-presentations, though every group should decide on one speaker beforehand. The lecture may not exceed 20 minutes of speaking-time and the presentation should not consist of more than 15 slides.
→ Speed-Geeking (especially suitable for BA-students)
The lecture may not exceed ten minutes of speaking-time and the presentation should not consist of more than eight slides. In this format contributions will be presented simultaneously to a small
audience – think speed-dating. This will lead to a relaxed atmosphere and personal exchange.
For this format, we have decided on a narrower frame of topics. The centerpiece of every poster is supposed to be a certain specific object, to be highlighted from different perspectives. This may be the individual history of the object, the distance it has covered throughout the centuries of it’s existence or similar interesting points of view. Object connected to travel or migration in antiquity could be especially captivating. Additionally to the creation of a poster, a five minute long presentation is to be prepared.
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To apply, please send a short abstract of your chosen topic (max. 200 words), including referential literature, and state in which format you want to participate.
Should you require assistance in finding a suitable topic, do not hesitate to contact us – we gladly offer our help. Based on the received abstracts, lecturers will be chosen and thematic groups will be formed. After a review-phase every application will be answered – including those we have to reject.
Please take note that we will make all accepted abstracts publiclyavailable on our homepage.
Additionally, we plan to provide you the opportunity to publish your contribution in a proceeding, and thus take the first steps in your scientific career.