BOARD GAMES STUDIES COLLOQUIA XII
Wednesday, April 22nd - Saturday, April 25th, 2009
See the program
Guest House in the campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, located on Mt. Scopus in Jerusalem, Israel.
The guest house is located in a most magnificent overlooking the old city of Jerusalem.
The hall were the colloquium will take place is located in the same building as the guest rooms. There are 29 double bed rooms on the site.
Price per room single in a room 290 NIS (about 41 EUR) with breakfast
Price for 2 in a room 360 NIS (52 EUR)
Rooms are well equipped with: air conditioning, bath, T.V. ,Telephone, mini-refrigerator, coffee corner, free internet.
There are a restaurant and cafeteria on site at very reasonable prices.
On Friday and Saturday special mills will be served.
Full guest house details:
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Jerusalem 91905 Israel
For the booking to the colloquium please transfer 130 EUR (up to 28.2.09) or 150 EUR (after 28.2.09) to:
Bank Hapoalim Neve Magen Branch no 769. Account no 456847 name: GBS-GAD KFIR
IBAN no� IL22-0127-6900-0000-0456-847 Swift: POALILIT.
A Call for Papers
The International Colloquium on Board Games Studies invites all scholars to submit articles in the area of board game research. The purpose of the Colloquium is to illustrate individual research, to discuss the role of board games in the academic arena, and to enhance multidisciplinary cooperation in games research.
Summaries, Abstracts and Presentations
Participants interested in presenting a paper should submit a topic title and informal summary, written in English.
If your paper is accepted, you will be asked to make a presentation at the Colloquium. You will then need to submit a formal abstract (you may use your summary as your abstract). These abstracts, of 200-500 words, due 28th Februray 2009, must be in English.
Summaries, abstracts and enquiries should be emailed to Gadi Kfir: firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous colloquia were in Lisbon,St. Poelten,Ouro Preto, Oxford, Philadelphia, Marburg,
Fribourg, Firenze, Leiden
(twice) and London.