International Conference, December 18-20, 2017
Organizers: Michal Biran and Jonathan Brack
The creation, expansion, consolidation, and dissolution of the Mongol Empire (1206-1368) generated a huge amount of human migrations, followed by animals, artifacts, ideas and institutions. The ripples of these movements continued to exert their influence long after the Empire collapsed in the mid- 14th century. This multifaceted and complex array of
Eurasian mobtilities will be the focus of our forthcoming conference. The conference seeks to illuminate various facets of migrations, of people, both groups and individuals; knowledge, including science, art, religion, technologies, political culture, and imperial institutions; as well as material goods.
We will be accepting abstracts of entire panels or individual papers (up to 250 words); along with a short (maximum 1 page) CV by March 15, 2017.
For entire panels, please provide an abstract of the panel's theme (up to 250 words) and abstracts of each paper, as well as a short cv (maximum 1 page) of the organizer/s and each of the presenters. Authors will be notified of acceptance no later than April 15 2017, after all proposals have been reviewed. Accommodation in Jerusalem will be provided by the hosts. We hope to be able to offer at least partial refunds for airfare travel to some of the presenters. (Funding is currently limited; if you wish to be considered for funding, state so when submitting the abstract).
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