FECHA/DATE/DATA: 29/01, 05-12-19-26/02, 04-11/03, 01-08-15-22/04/2016
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: School 5, St Salvator's Hall (St Andrews, Scotland)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Roger Rees
INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: gratis / free / gratuito
29 Jan Brian McGing (Trinity Dublin) ‘: ‘Revolting subjects, ancient and modern: Thebes (Egypt) 207 BC, Delhi 1857, Dublin 1916-1921’.
5 Feb Myles Lavan (St Andrews) ‘Rethinking the spread of Roman citizenship in the provinces'
12 Feb Candace Rice (Edinburgh) ‘Regional specialization and economic development in the Roman period: a view from southern Turkey’
19 Feb Ian Repath (Swansea) ‘Achilles Tatius: Bellies, Births, and Bastards’
26 Feb Bryan Ward-Perkins (Oxford) ‘Documenting the emergence of the Cult of Saints: possibilities and challenges’. Professor Ward–Perkins’ paper will launch the St Andrews Centre for Late Antiquity and will be followed by a drinks reception in the School of Classics.
4 March Antti Lampinen (St Andrews) 'Stay who you were. Keeping the Roman provinces and provincials 'ethnic'’
11 March Sofia Xenofontos (Glasgow) ‘How to treat anxiety: Galen's ethical philosophy in his essay Peri alypias’
1 April Eric Csapo (Sydney/Institute for Classical Studies) ‘Choregic Dedications and What They Tell Us about Comic Performance in the Fourth Century BC’
8 April Claire Holleran (Exeter) ‘The Labour Market in Rome’.
15 April Liz Pender (Leeds) ‘Socrates Framed: The Platonic Art of Scene Painting’
21 April John Oakley (William and Mary College) ‘Daily life on Athenian Vases’