Chair: Jaimee Uhlenbrock
The Coroplastic Studies Interest Group consists of researchers with an interest in coroplastic studies, whether it be from an archaeological, technical, religious, social, or art historical perspective, and in promoting its understanding to members of the AIA through its various programs and publications.
Membership in the Coroplastic Studies Interest Group (CSIG) is open to anyone with an interest in the study of terracotta figurines from legally-excavated contexts. Although formed by classical archaeologists working at ancient sites around the Mediterranean and Black Sea areas, the CSIG welcomes those scholars conducting research on terracotta figurines from other areas of the world, such as Central and South America, Africa, south-east Asia, and the Pacific rim. We also extend membership to colleagues in anthropology, history, and religious studies, among other disciplines.
Visit our website at www.coroplasticstudies.org for more info!
Call for submissions for the June 2010 issue of CSIG News
We welcome brief communications from members dealing with individual research projects, coroplastic issues, and especially communications about fieldwork during which terracottas were brought to light. Also of interest are notices of scholarly meetings, information about museum installations of terracottas and collection access, new technologies relevant to coroplastic studies, as well as new institutional appointments for CSIG members, among other topics. Submissions may be sent to Jaimee Uhlenbrock, chair of the CSIG, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submissions is June 15.
Call for papers for the 2010 ASOR Annual Meeting
The American Schools of Oriental Research has issued a call for papers for the 2010 ASOR Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, and there will be at least one session dedicated to terracotta figurines. Those wishing to propose a paper for that session should contact the session chair Stephanie Langin-Hooper at email@example.com. Please click on the following link for other proposed sessions: http://www.asor.org/am/2010/call-4.html
Call for submissions for the January 2010 issue of CSIG News
We welcome brief communications from members dealing with individual research projects, coroplastic issues, and especially communications about fieldwork during which terracottas were brought to light. Also of interest are notices of scholarly meetings, information about museum installations of terracottas and collection access, new technologies relevant to coroplastic studies, as well as new institutional appointments for CSIG members, among other topics. Submissions may be sent to alex Nagel, editor of the CSIG News, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with a copy to Jaimee Uhlenbrock, chair of the CSIG, at email@example.com. Deadline for submissions is December 15.
Erin Walcek Averett
Margherita Bonanno Aravantinos
Malcolm Bell, III
Silvia Martina Bertesago
Stephanie L. Budin
Kristine Boggild Johannsen
Deborah Brown Kazazis
S. Rebecca Martin
Beth Alpert Nakhai
Mark Rose (Staff Liason)
David T. Sugimoto
Dominique Kassab Tezgor
Christopher A. Tutle