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XV International Numismatic Congress Taormina, 21-25 September 2015

XV International Numismatic Congress Taormina, 21-25 September 2015


Round Tables - Final Programme

Numismatics in the 21st century:
Jobs, careers, professions for the young generation of coin enthusiasts


Wednesday, 23rd Sept., 11:00 am-1:00 pm
(dedicated to the memory of Herbert A. Cahn on the centenary of his birth)

Conveners:
B (Convener) ARNOLD-BIUCCHI, Carmen, President of the INC
B (Convener) KIRSCH, Arne, President of the IAPN
Moderators:
B (Moderator) ARNOLD-BIUCCHI, Carmen, President of the INC
B (Moderator) CACCAMO CALTABIANO, Maria, Università di Messina, Italy

The XVth International Numismatic Congress gathers numismatists – scholars, students, museum curators, collectors, and dealers, anybody interested in coins – and presents a unique opportunity to emphasize the importance of the study of coins as primary historical sources, as art works and as collectibles. The purpose of this Round Table is to reflect of the state and role of our discipline in the 21st century and to discuss the many possibilities it opens and the kind of real jobs it can offer to the young generation. We have invited young enthusiastic colleagues from the main branches of our field who have been successful in finding a position through their pursuit of numismatics to talk about their experience.

Participants:
B.1. ARNOLD-BIUCCHI, Carmen, President of the INC – KIRSCH, Arne, President of the IAPN
Welcome and introduction

B.2. D'OTTONE, ARIANNA, Università di Roma ‘La Sapienza’, Italy
How I came to teach (Islamic) Numismatics

B.3. DUYRAT, Frédérique, Bibliothèque Nationale de France
Numismatists in a museum: the case of the Bibliothèque nationale de France

B.4. GUEST, David, Classical Numismatic Group, London Office, United Kingdom
My Life as a Coin Dealer so far

B.5. HAHN, Silke, Institute of Numismatics and Money History
Studying Numismatics in Vienna at the independent Institute of Numismatics and Money History

B.6. KAMPMANN, Ursula, Coins Weekly
Doing whatever you like and finding somebody to pay you: The daily routine of a freelance numismatic journalist

B.7. PUGLISI, Mariangela, Università di Messina, Italy
From the D.R.A.C.M.A. Project to the D.I.A.N.A. Atlas: a personal scientific growth through teamwork

Programme as pdf

Montag, 14. September 2015

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