The Seminar for Arabian Studies is the only annual international forum for the presentation of the latest research in the humanities on the Arabian Peninsula. The three-day conference is held each July at the British Museum and the proceedings are published in time for the conference the following year.
The 49th Seminar will be held on Friday 24th, Saturday 25th, and Sunday 26th July 2015. For further information about the Seminar programme please visit: Seminar for Arabian Studies
I am involved with two papers at this years seminar:
(1) I will be presenting a paper on behalf of our team:
Mark Beech, Kristian Strutt, Lucy Blue, Abdulla Khalfan Al Kaabi, Waleed Awad Omar, Ahmed Abdulla Al Haj El Faki, Anjana Reddy Lingareddy and John Martin:
Ubaid-related sites of the southern Gulf revisited: the Abu Dhabi coastal heritage initiative
Saturday 25th July – Session 3: Neolithic Archaeology (Chair: Robert Carter), 10:10 – 10:35 am.
(2) I am a co-author on the following paper:
Marjan Mashkour, Mark Beech, Karyne Debue, Lisa Yeomans, Stéphanie Bréhard and Sophie Méry:
The Faunal Remains from UAQ2 – an Ubaid-related coastal site at Umm Al-Qaiwain Emirate, 5500-4000 cal BCE, United Arab Emirates
Saturday 25th July – Session 3: Neolithic Archaeology (Chair: Robert Carter), 10:35 – 11:00 am.