Cándida Martínez López, Henar Gallego Franco, María Dolores Mirón Pérez, Mercedes Oria Segura, Constructoras de ciudad. Mujeres y arquitectura en el occidente romano Granada: Comares, 2019
The study of women in the ancient world has garnered academic interest and public fascination since the feminist movement of the 60s and 70s. Seminal works by Sarah B. Pomeroy, Suzanne Dixon, Judith P. Hallett and Susan Treggiari, to name just a few, have highlighted the abundance of resources in the ancient world that can be used to shed light on the various roles that women played in these societies. This inaugural Women in Antiquity Conference Series, hosted by the Institute of Classical Studies in London, would like to continue this current trend by focussing on ‘Female agency: Women disrupting the patriarchy’.
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Abstracts of no more than 350 words are sought by all levels of academic researchers, as well as PhD students. Papers presented will be 30 minutes, followed by 5-10 minutes of questions. Three paper panels, with a common focus adhering to the conference theme, are also encouraged.
Please submit abstracts by no later than February 28, 2020 to email@example.com
A website for the conference series will follow shortly, but in the meantime, please get current information on Twitter (@AntiquityWomen) and Facebook (@WomeninAntiquityconference).
This conference is organised by Alison Keith.
It will take place in Toronto University on spring 2020.
Vassiliki Panoussi, Brides, Mourners, Bacchae. Women’s rituals in Roman literature, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2019
Organised by Dr. Lisa Cordes and Therese Fuhrer.
It will take place in Munich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität) on 7, 8 and 9 November 2019.
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University of Campania ‘L. Vanvitelli’ (Santa Maria Capua Vetere, CE, Italy)
26-27-28th November 2019
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Maria Paola Castiglioni, La donna greca, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2019
Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Judith P. Hallett, Guest Co-Editors, Through Women’s Eyes: Female Vision in Elegiac and Epic Latin Poets, in Helios, Volume 45, Fall 2018, Number 2