Workshops are intended for existing workgroups, special fields or new initiatives. A workshop must include a minimum of four related lectures. Proposals for topics, including a provisional list of contributions or participants, must be submitted to the organizing committee (firstname.lastname@example.org) by no later than 30 November 2014.
Organizers of a workshop are responsible for assembling the program and participants of their workshop. They must collect the abstracts from their participants and pass them on to the organizing committee once the program of their workshop is final and no later than 1 April 2015.
Eisenbrauns may publish workshop proceedings as distinct volumes; the responsibility for publication will lie with the organizers of the workshop.
Workshops, 22–26 June
- W1: Levantine Ivories of the Iron Age: Style, Production, and Consumption
- W2: Mesopotamian Incantation Literature
- W3: International Relations Theory and Ancient Near Eastern History
- W4: Analog Life, Digital Image: Recontextualizing Social and Material Lives of Ancient Near Eastern Communities
- W5: The Heavenly Bodies in Image and Text
- W6: Iconography and Iconology – Erwin Panofsky and Othmar Keel in Dialogue
- W7: Visualizing Emotions and Senses in the Ancient Near East:
- W7a: The Visualization of Emotions in the Ancient Near East / Die Darstellung von Emotionen im Alten Orient
- W7b: Representing the Senses in the Ancient Near East: Between Text and Image
- W8: Descriptivism and Probative Metaphor in Cuneiform and Post-Cuneiform Technical Literature
- W9: Tales of Royalty: Notions of Kingship in Visual and Textual Narration in the Ancient Near East
- W10: Math & Realia Workshop on mathematical practices in various sectors of Mesopotamian society
- W11: The Future of Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Special Meeting, 25 June