In Brief: Call for abstracts for ceramics confab

In Brief: Call for abstracts for ceramics confab

The National Centre for Khmer Ceramics Revival and the Centre for Khmer Studies and Heritage Watch are calling for abstracts of 300 words or less from scholars based in Southeast Asia for a conference in Siem Reap on December 10-12. The conference aims to bring together Cambodian and international scholars specialising in ancient Khmer ceramics with contemporary potters and craftspeople working in the revival of ancient production techniques. The objective is to raise awareness of the archaeological importance of ancient Cambodian ceramics and the new opportunities for sustainable economic development in the region through ceramic technology. Titles and short abstracts must be submitted by November 25.

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