Chères et chers collègues,
L’appel à communication pour les sections parallèles du prochain congrès international d’épigraphie grecque et latine est toujours en cours, jusqu’au 30 mars 2021. Vous trouverez sur le site du congrès (https://ciegl2022.sciencesconf.org/) la liste de ces sections. Nous rappelons que l’appel à communications ne vaut que pour les sections parallèles et en aucun cas pour les sessions plénières, qui seront constituées d’un rapport et n’accueillent pas de communications.
The Perception of Climate and Nature in Ancient Societies
International Online Conference
14th May 2021
Organised by Classical Students Association of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
The Interplay of Spectacle in the Roman Arena
Call for Papers: An Undergraduate Research Conference hosted by the Texas Tech Classics Program
The Conference will be held virtually on April 17th, 2021.
Call for Papers
Sapiens Ubique Civis VIII – Szeged 2021
PhD Student and Young Scholar Conference on Classics and the Reception of Antiquity
Szeged, Hungary, September 1–3, 2021
34th Biennial Conference of the Classical Association of South Africa
Order and Chaos
19 – 22 January 2022
University of Cape Town
The Ausonius Institute (CNRS – Université Bordeaux Montaigne), under the patronage of the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres (AIBL, Paris), the International Association of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (AIEGL) and the Société Française d'études épigraphiques sur Rome et le monde romain is pleased to invite you to the 16th International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, which will take place in Bordeaux from August 29 to September 2, 2022.
CFP: Ancient Leadership Series for SAGE Business Cases
Since 2018, SAGE Business Cases (SBC) has been inviting authors to contribute to its Ancient Leadership series. This year’s series will explore “The Stakes and Sacrifices of Leadership” through history, mythology, philosophy, and material culture.
(Un)-Forgotten Realms: Science Fiction and Fantasy in and about the Ancient Mediterranean
25th Annual Classics Graduate Student Colloquium
University of Virginia
Saturday, April 17th, 2021
Keynote Speaker: Jennifer Rea (University of Florida)
Non-human Animals in Ancient Greek Philosophy and Religion
May 13-15, 2021 (Online Conference)
Non-human animals figured prominently in ancient Greek agriculture, diet, medicine, visual art, homelife and war practices. They were also portrayed and examined in various poems, plays, dialogues and treatises. This conference aims at examining ancient Greek philosophical and religious views on issues pertaining to the nature and status of non-human animals and the attitudes of human beings towards them. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
Specialized Labor in Classical Antiquity: Economy, Identity, Community
May 14-15, 2021, Zoom Webinar
Keynote Speakers: David Hollander (Iowa State University) and Lynne Kvapil (Butler University)
The notion of ‘specialized labor’ informs research on economic growth in antiquity, ancient slavery, urbanism, philosophical discussions of craft and knowledge, and so much more. But what is specialized labor? In what contexts did it exist in classical antiquity, and why? What were its economic consequences, and how did its existence shape discourses concerning work, knowledge, and identity? Who were the people performing this labor, and what impact did it have on their lives?