Workshop: The Origins of Roman Public Space – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Workshop: The Origins of Roman Public Space – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Workshop: The Origins of Roman Public Space

Workshop: The Origins of Roman Public Space

The Department of Classics and Ancient History

Session 1

10:00-11:20
Christopher Smith (St Andrews)
Nicola Terrenato (Michigan)
Gentes and the City. Responding to Terrenato, N. “The Versatile Clans: Archaic Rome and the Nature of Early City-States in Central Italy.” In State Formation in Italy and Greece: Questioning the Neoevolutionist Paradigm,
edited by N. Terrenato and D.C. Haggis, 231–44. Oxford, 2011.
Morning Tea Break
11:40-1:00
John Hopkins (IFA/NYU)
Amy Russell (Durham/Brown)
The Archaic Legacy in Roman Public Space
Lunch Break

Session 2

3:00-4:00
A workshop for students and junior scholars on how to write book reviews:
Kathryn Welch (Sydney),
Amy Russell (Durham/Brown),
James Tan (Sydney),
Nicola Terrenato (Michigan).
For more information please contact Dr James Tan
E | james.t@sydney.edu.au

Date

Feb 07 2020
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Time

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Cost

This event is free

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Location

CCANESA
Madsen Building F09
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