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Darwin-L Message Log 4:77 (December 1993)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<4:77>From idavidso@metz.une.edu.au  Sun Dec 19 15:22:06 1993

Date: Mon, 20 Dec 1993 08:25:16 +0700
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
From: idavidso@metz.une.edu.au (Iain Davidson)
Subject: Re: Greenberg, Renfrew, Ruhlen, proto-World

This seems a good time and place to advertise this forthcoming (eventually)
conference):

Arcling II
The Second Australian Conference on Archaeology and Linguistics
3-7 JULY 1995
University of New England, Armidale NSW, Australia
This conference follows a successful first conference
in Archaeology and Linguistics (Arcling I) in Darwin in July 1991.
From the tropical north this second conference moves
to the crisp highlands of the Northern Tablelands of NSW,
an area where the indigenous people were decimated
and their language wiped out in the nineteenth century,
but where evidence of ceremonial centres remains
and is known to older Aborigines of the area.
Postal Address:  Arcling II
Aboriginal and Multicultural Studies
University of New England, Armidale NSW 2351
Fax (067) 734 411
Tentative offers of papers (with abstracts) are invited
by January 1994 to aid in planning.
It is anticipated that final offers of papers will
be invited by 31st January, 1995.
After a Sunday evening reception, Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday will be devoted to papers, and
an excursion is planned for Wednesday, and a dinner
Thursday night.
There is a possibility of a visit to archaeological/ceremonial sites
en route to or from Brisbane before or after the conference
for those arriving at or passing through Brisbane.
Accommodation is available through the University
Conference Centre.  Reservations will need to be made.
The resident tariff per night is approximately $50 (in 1993).
This includes a prepared single study-bedroom
with towel and soap, and meals.

Further information from:
Associate Professor Iain Davidson,
Archaeology and Palaeoanthropology,
UNE, Armidale, NSW 2351
ph (067) 73 2441, fax (067) 73 2526
August 1993-January 1994
October 1994-July 1995
e-mail <idavidso@metz.une.edu.au>

Dr Margaret C. Sharpe,
Aboriginal and Multicultural Studies,
UNE, Armidale, NSW 2351
ph (067) 73 3333 (wk) from February 1994
        (067) 711 123 (hm)
Visiting Fellow, Linguistics, The Faculties,
ANU, GPO Box 4, Canberra, ACT 2601
ph (06) 249 6475 (ah) August 1993-January 1994
e-mail <msharpe@metz.une.edu.au>

Overseas telephone callers use international code  61,
and delete initial zero from area code.

Iain Davidson
Archaeology and Palaeoanthropology
University of New England
Armidale NSW 2351
AUSTRALIA
Tel (067) 732 441
Fax      (International) +61 67 73 25 26
                (Domestic)       067 73 25 26

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