Symposium Cumanum, 2022
CALL FOR PAPERS
Title: “Dido Unbound: Queen of Carthage before, in, and after Vergil”
Experiencing Space: Passages from Antiquity to the Middle Ages VIII
Tampere, August 17-19, 2022 (in person/hybrid conference)
The focus of the Passages conference series lies on society and the history of everyday life. This time we are concentrating on the social construction and experiences of space, aiming to understand how it affected social frameworks, built communities and shaped individual lives. The “Spatial Turn” has directed scholars’ interest towards the interconnection between communities, individuals and space, but larger comparisons between eras and cultures are still mainly missing. We aim to approach space as an analytical tool, “experience” offering a novel conceptual method for the study in this field.
Call for Papers:
Horror vacui: Fear of Space in the Ancient World
Biennial Classics Graduate Student Conference
Conducted virtually via Zoom
New York University
November 5th, 2021
Keynote: Amy Russell (Brown University)
Res Difficiles 2022
Organizers: Hannah Čulík-Baird (Boston University) and
Joseph Romero (University of Mary Washington)
Date: Friday, May 20, 2022
Call for Papers:
XR and the Humanities: Virtual Education in the 21st Century
“What Has Antiquity Ever Done for Us?” The Vitality of Ancient Reception Studies, Now
An international virtual conference presented by Antiquity in Media Studies (AIMS)
15-18 December 2021
Deadline for submissions: 15 October 2021
Seventh Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Heritage of Western Greece
“Paideia and Performance”
FemClas 2022, the eighth quadrennial conference of its kind, has been rescheduled from its original dates (delayed by the pandemic) and will now take place on May 19–22, 2022, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, at the invitation of the Wake Forest University Department of Classics and Department of Philosophy. **Virtual presentation and attendance is supported, as well.** The conference theme is “body/language,” broadly construed, and papers on all topics connected to feminism, Classics, Philosophy, and related fields are welcome.
An announcement from the organizers of the West Coast Plato Workshop:
The 2022 West Coast Plato Workshop will be on Plato’s Republic Book 1-4. It will take place May 27-29, 2022, at Stanford University.
We do intend this to be an in person conference (the pandemic permitting). But we also understand that some people’s circumstances may not allow them to attend an person event. We will make the conference available via Zoom and if anyone whose paper is accepted is unable to attend in person, we’ll work with her to make it possible for her present via Zoom. Although we still intend it to be in person, we can make some exceptions if need be.