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The 2024 Annual Meeting of the American Research Center in Egypt
ARCE In-Person Annual Meeting
April 19- 21, 2024, Omni William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
530 William Penn Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
May 17-19, 2024
ARCE is pleased to announce that the Call for Papers is now open for our 2024 Dual Annual Meeting. The 2024 In-person Annual Meeting will take place at the Omni William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh from April 19-21, 2024, from approximately 08:30 AM US ET to 5:00 PM US ET Friday and Saturday, and 08:30 AM US ET to 1:15 US ET on Sunday. The ARCE Virtual Annual Meeting will take place on May 17-19, 2024, approximately 9:00 AM US ET to 6:00 PM US ET.
If your paper is accepted either for the in-person or the virtual programs, it may be scheduled at any time during these dates. Changes to the schedule are possible depending on the final number of accepted submissions.
ARCE members who wish to present at the 2024 Annual Meeting should submit abstracts to the review committee on the All-Academic platform (https://convention2.allacademic.com/one/arce/arce24/) no later than December 15, 2023. On the submission platform, presenters will be able to choose between presenting in person or virtually. Those interested in presenting virtually may be asked to send their recorded presentations few weeks in advance of the Virtual conference.
ARCE encourages panel submissions. Please review the panel submission guidelines [here]
Abstracts should provide a brief overview of the topic, clearly state the research goals and note the impact of the work in the relevant area of study. (Results should be relayed during the presentation itself - as appropriate - not necessarily in the abstract.) In order to preserve the blind review component, text of abstracts should not include personally identifiable information. A double-blind vetting process will be employed. Neither reviewers nor submitters will be informed of one another’s identities.
The review committee is comprised of scholars in both ancient and modern Egyptian studies who will review submissions in the following categories: