Board Game Studies Colloquium XIII – Paris 2010

The upcoming colloquium of the Board Game Studies will be in Paris from april 14th to april 17th 2010.

BOARD GAME STUDIES COLLOQUIUM XIII
PARIS

Wednesday 14th to Saturday 17th April, 2010

The 13th Board Game Studies Colloquium will be held in Paris, from Wednesday 14th to Saturday 17th April, 2010.
The Colloquium will be hosted at the FIAP Jean-Monnet Centre , a large convention and hostel centre situated in the 14th arrondissement of Paris.

The Colloquium will offer a large scope of papers (typically eight to ten per day), dealing with the archaeology, mathematics, history of art, computer science, anthropology, cognitive psychology, history, linguistics, design, economy of board games and their accessories (dice, gameboards, counters, etc.). We will also visit a few public collections.

CALL FOR PAPERS

We invite submissions from scholars, researchers, students and collectors on these topics. We seek papers that offer real research. Talks should not be longer than 25 minutes. They can be in French or in English. Papers read in French will be translated orally (though not simultaneously).

Subjects must be sent before November 30th, 2009 to:
Organising Committee
c/o Thierry Depaulis
24 rue Francur – 75018 Paris (France)
email: thierry (dot) depaulis (at) free (dot) fr

Abstracts (500-600 words) must be sent before January 31st, 2010, because they all must be translated into the other language.

The Colloquium fee is not yet set but will be around EUR130/150 for the whole programme, including a few meals. Two-Day (and perhaps One-Day) pass will also be available.

Further details and hotel booking will be posted later.

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