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Rebellion in the Ancient World- 25-26/01/2019, Philadelphia, (PA, USA)

FECHA /DATE/DATA: 25-26/01/2019

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: The Center for Ancient Studies at the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA, USA)


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Friday, January 25, 2019 6:00 PM — Penn Museum, Rainey Auditorium Keynote Presentation: Matthew Liebmann (Harvard) “A Little Rebellion Now and Then is a Good Thing”: An Archaeology of Alternative American Revolutions” (The presentation will be followed by a reception in the Mosaic Hall.) Saturday, January 26, 2019 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM — Penn Museum, Rainey Auditorium 9:00–9:15 Welcome and Introduction — G. Frame, Director, Center for Ancient Studies 9:15–10:00 Joe Manning (Yale University) “Nile Flood Failure as a Trigger to Social Unrest in Egypt. The Case of the Ptolemies” 10:00–10:45 Leonora Neville (Universtiy of Wisconsin-Madison) “The Revolting Ambition of Anna Komnene: Gender Malpractice, Authorship, and Brotherly Love in 12th Century Constantinople” 10:45–11:15 Break 11:15–12:00 David Graff (Kansas State University) “Revolt of the Spear Carriers: Military Rebellion in Late Tang China” 12:00–12:45 Najam Haider (Barnard College) “Rebels and Imams: Negotiating Categories of Identity in Early Islam” 12:45–2:00 Lunch 2:00–2:45 Dennis Ogburn (University of North Carolina, Charlotte) “The Myth of Constant Rebellion in the Inca Empire” 2:45–3:30 Andrea Berlin (Boston University) “Revolt! Why the Jews Took on Rome” 3:30–4:15 Jarrod Whitaker (Wake Forest University) “The Danger of Picking Unripe Fruit: Rebellion, Revolution, and Military Dissension in Ancient India” 4:15–4:30 Conclusion — G. Frame

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