Please find below the programmes for Liverpool WiP seminar series in Semester 1.
Seminars will take place at 1pm-2pm UK time on Zoom. All welcome!
|14.10.21 Alessandro Piccolo (University of Rome – La Sapienza)
Pedon, Son of Amphinnes: A Game of Donors?
21.10.21 Arnau Lario Devesa (University of Rome – La Sapienza)
Modelling the Past: The Proto-historic and Roman Past as a Legitimizing Element for Nationalistic Claims in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Spain
|28.10.21 Jerome Ruddick (Newcastle University)
Cretan Conservatism: How do Covert Material Images on Crete Work to Convey and Instil Traditional Mythical Identities on Crete in the Hellenistic Period?
|4.11.21 Alexander Moore (University of Oxford)
The Evolution of the Veteranus: Tracing the Socio-Legal Status of Roman Veterans from the Republic to the Fourth Century CE
|11.11.21 Elissa Day (Indiana University)
‘To Him Everything is Reported’: A Study of the Titles of Viziers in 18th Dynasty Egypt
18.11.21 Rafail Zoulis (Yale University)
Narrative and Roman Law: Glocalizing Local Histories and Provincial Identities in the Early Roman Empire
2.12.21 Laura Bevilacqua (University of Chicago)
Dice Oracles, Polytheism and the Mechanisms of Decision-Making in Imperial Asia Minor
9.12.21 Avery Warkentin (University of Oxford)
Imagining Egypt: An Examination of Domestic Campanian Aegyptiaca
13.1.22 Charlotte Bell (University of Liverpool)
Approaches to the Interpretation of Romano-British Women in a Patriarchal World
20.1.22 Chenqing An (University College London)
The Game of Land: Concession and Authority from a Ptolemaic Land Survey (P. Haun. IV 70)