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History Seminar

Seminars start every Monday at 17:15 and are held in room G.21 in the Faculty of Classics. All are welcome.

This will be a series of papers focusing on the variety of methodologies, evidence bases, and theoretical approaches used by those in the field.

22nd January

Lea Niccolai

The Sovereign first, or the Law? Kingship theory in the writings of Julian the emperor

29th January

Olivia Elder

Multilingualism and multiculturalism in the city of Rome

5th February

Graham Andrews

Unwriting Rome: a third-century case study

12th February

Andrés Pelavski Atlas

Impaired consciousness, Madness, and Law

19th February

Sema Karataş (Cologne)

Making all the difference: Ambitus between canvassing and corruption

26th February

Tatiana Bur

Mechanisms of/and the sacred in Lucian’s Alexander

5th March

Barbara Vinck (Columbia)

Negotiating power through thoma in Herodotus’ Histories

12th March

Charles Manklow

An officer and a gentleman: rank, status and centurions in the Roman Army

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