Women in Ancient Cultures 2021: ‘Women Disrupting the Patriarchy’

Women in Ancient Cultures 2021: ‘Women Disrupting the Patriarchy’
Date
9 March 2021, 5.00pm - 6.00pm
Type
Conference / Symposium
Description

1700 – Welcome

1705 – 5 minute summary

Petra Hogenboom-Meijerink, Assistant Curator, Egyptian collection, Rjiksmuseum van Oudheden, ‘Housewife or Career Woman? Women’s Occupational Activities in the Ancient Egyptian Late and Greco-Roman Period’

Paula Tutty, University of Oslo, ‘“My Lord, do it for God’s Sake.” Female Correspondents in Late Antique Monastic Letters from Egypt’

Marianna Thoma, University of Athens, ‘Empowered Women in Papyrus Letters from Greco-Roman Egypt: Aspects of Women’s Influence on their Male Correspondents’

1720 – Q&A

Pre-recorded presentations will be available on the conference website (www.wacconference.net) at least 2 weeks prior to the live Q&A sessions and the live sessions will be hosted on Zoom.

Booking is essential.

Contact

Valerie James
valerie.james@sas.ac.uk
020 7862 8716