Conferences & workshops

UNSPEAKING VOLUMES: ABSENCE IN LATIN TEXTS

29 June - 1 July 2017

University of St Andrews

Supported by the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizer: Tom Geue (St Andrews) and Elena Giusti (Cambridge)

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UNDER FOREIGN SKIES: NEOCLASSICAL GEOGRAPHIES OF ART

15-16 June 2017

Warburg Institute

Supported by the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizer: Hans Christian Hönes (Warburg Institute)

 

VISUALISING WAR: INTERPLAY BETWEEN BATTLE NARRATIVES IN ANTIQUITY

13-15 June 2017

University of St Andrews

Supported by the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizers: Alice König and Nicolas Wiater (St Andrews)

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REFRACTIONS OF THE BYZANTINE: THE EMPIRE OF TREBIZOND (1204-1461)

5-6 June 2017

Room 349, Senate House

Supported by the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizer: Dionysios Stathakopoulos (KCL)

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LANDSCAPES OF MOVEMENT. RELIGIOUS SPACE AND TOPOGRAPHY OF THE CYCLADES, 8TH CENTURY BCE TO 8TH CENTURY CE

25-27 May 2017

University of St Andrews

Supported by the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizers: Rebecca Sweetman (St Andrews) and Erica Morais Angliker (Zurich)

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TAKING A COGNITIVE APPROACH TO LITERARY INTERPRETATION: REFLECTIONS ON FIRST PRINCIPLES

5 May 2017

University of Edinburgh

Supported by the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizer: Michael Carroll (Edinburgh)

 

BETWEEN HISTORY AND MYTH: A WORKSHOP ON DIONYSIUS OF HALICARNASSUS

11 March 2017

University of Sheffield

Supported by the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizer: Daniele Miano (Sheffield)

 

MARRIED TO THE MILITARY: SOLDIERS' FAMILIES IN THE ANCIENT WORLD AND BEYOND

11-12 November 2016

Open University in London

Supported by the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizer: Emma Bridges (Open University)

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RECONSTRUCTING THE REPUBLIC: IMPERIAL CITING PRACTICES OF VARRO

22-23 September 2016

Rome

Supported by the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizers: Valentina Arena (UCL), Giorgio Piras (La Sapienza, Rome), and Christopher Smith (BSR)

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READING RANCIERE READING THE CLASSICS

7-8 September 2016

RHUL, Bedford Square

Supported by the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizers: Ahuvia Kahane (RHUL) and Ellen O’Gorman (Bristol)

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LAW AND WRITING HABITS IN THE ANCIENT WORLD

1-2 September 2016

Room G22/26, Senate House

Supported by JSPS Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant No. 26244042 and the Institute of Classical Studies

Organizers: Tsuneko Sumiya and Asako Kurihara

Draft programme [PDF]

To register contact kurihara@let.osaka-u.ac.jp by 21st August.