• 12-16 November 2024
  • Monastero dei Benedettini
  • Università di Catania


Catania is the second most populated city in Sicily. It is located at the foot of Etna, the highest active volcano in Europe, and on the coast of the Ionian Sea. The rich history and culture of the city is due to the different dominations that have followed one another over the centuries: Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, Swabians, Aragonese, Angevins and Spanish. Monuments and churches present in the city are the result of these different cultures. The Etna volcano and the city center are on the UNESCO World Heritage list.


6 January 2024 (Epiphany)
Online website and first announcement
31 January 2024
Call for papers open
31 March 2024 (Easter) ————> 30 April 2024 (extended)
Call for papers end
31 May 2024
Communication papers accepted
30 June 2024
Deadline for presenters to pay fee

12-16 November 2024
SEAC annual Meeting