Congress of Young Archaeologists came to life in 1379 SH. The idea was put forth by Dr. Hamid Fahimi and the first period, titled “Congress of Young Archaeologists of Iran” was held in Farvar-din of 1379 SH, due to his efforts and ICHTO. The second and third periods were held in years 1382 SH and 1385 SH with Shahram Zare, a student of the University of Tehran at the time, as its chairman in University of Tehran, faculty of Literature and Human Sciences, under the same title and with the support of Jahad.
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The Next Generation Action Team (NEXTGATe) of the European Society for Environmental History invites abstract submissions for a Twitter conference from 15-16 August, 2019, prior to the ESEH meeting in Tallinn. This is a great opportunity for those who attending the conference to give a preview of their paper or for those who are unable to attend the physical conference. Each participant will have fifteen minutes (approximately 10 tweets) to present their paper using the twitter conference hashtag, with a further fifteen minutes for a virtual question and answer session.
ASEH 2020, Experimental Session Proposal CFP
Mapping the Next World
Centre for Islamic and West Asian Studies