Incorporated Association No. A0045152M
Call for Papers now open: Growth and Decay: The Dynamics of Early Medieval Europe - AEMA Ninth Conference - Sunday 10 to Monday 11 February 2013, Monash University, Caulfield Campus
The Australian Early Medieval Association encourages and supports the study of the early medieval period by facilitating the exchange of ideas and information amongst members.
By sharing information and insights across the disciplines, progress and interest in the field of early medieval research can be ensured, particularly in Australia where access to experts in the field and to sources can be difficult to negotiate.
The aim is to provide a network of specialists and scholars in this area of research, who may act as a source of feedback, information and advice to other scholars and students. As membership of the Association grows, formal networks and mentoring arrangements may be established, particularly amongst postgraduate students and early career researchers.
The Association assists in providing bibliographic sourcing and information on the latest journals and publications. It will also disseminate information on upcoming conferences in Australia, Britain, Europe and the rest of the world. A monthly newsletter for members includes lists of publications and conferences, as well as other news and items of interest to early medieval researchers.
The Association holds regular conferences and produces refereed publications. Members are invited to propose books for review, and the committee obtains review copies of titles of interest, which are distributed to members.
The idea for the Association grew out of the very successful Between Intrusions Conference held at The University of Melbourne in September 2003.
Australian Early Medieval Association Inc.
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Last updated 10 January 2012