Opening the Ancient World
A Free Public Virtual Conference
Discovery, Science, and Technology in the Ancient World -
Traditions and Innovations
Sunday - Monday, July 23rd - 24th, 2023
Save Ancient Studies Alliance presents our third annual conference, a new type of online
conference for ALL Ancient Studies scholars & anyone interested in the Ancient World. Our
Photo: Turun kaupunki / Seilo Ristimäki
University of Turku, Finland, 7–9 September, 2023
Guyda Armstrong, University of Manchester
"Travelling things: materializing translation in premodern objects"
Esa Christine Hartmann, University of Strasbourg
"Dialogues Between Poets: genetic readings of translingual writing and collaborative translation"
Outi Paloposki, University of Turku
"Drafts, letters, letter drafts – adventures in translation archives"
OPEN CALL FOR NEW VOLUME ON GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN SUETONIUS
Edited by Konstantinos Kapparis and Jennifer A. Rea
Proposals are now being accepted for chapters of 7500-8000 words for an edited collection on any aspect related to Gender and Sexuality in Suetonius. Topics could include, but are not limited to, narratives of gender, women, masculinity, non-binary sexuality, enslavement and sexuality, prostitution, gendered identities, and gender in the Graeco-Roman biographical tradition.
Call for papers: Materiality and immateriality of ancient law
SIHDA Helsinki 2023, 22-26.8.2023, the annual conference of the Société internationale Fernand De Visscher pour l’Histoire des Droits de l’Antiquité
The deadline for proposals is March 3, 2023.
Since 2018, SAGE Business Cases (SBC) has been inviting authors to contribute to its
Ancient Leadership series. This year’s series will explore ideas and examples of “leading
across boundaries” through history, mythology, philosophy, and material culture.
Call for Proposals: 2023 Annual Meeting
The Classical Association of the Atlantic States
Dates: October 5-7, 2023
Venue: The Inn at Penn, Philadelphia, PA
The Yale Helicon: 2022-2023 Submission Call