Immigration, Emigration and Exile. Encounters in Late Antiquity (ca. 150-700 CE). XXVI Finnish Sympo
The 26th multidisciplinary Finnish Symposium on Late Antiquity will be organized on 8.-9. November 2019. The symposium will bring together scholars and postgraduate students with an interest in Late Antiquity from a variety of universities and disciplines (including, but not limited to classics, history, archaeology, legal history and Roman law, theology, religious studies, art history). The title for this year’s symposium is Immigration, Emigration and Exile: Encounters in Late Antiquity (ca. 150-700 CE). Our theme of forced and voluntary mobility in Late Antiquity will be approached from a wide perspective. However, we seek especially to trace the encounters between individuals and peoples, both in terms of everyday interaction, and in terms of cultural discourses of inclusion, exclusion, coexistence and mutual recognition.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Lammin biological station (Lammi, Finland)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Raimo Hakola (University of Helsinki, Biblical Studies); Antti Lampinen (Finnish Insitute at Athens, History); Kaius Tuori (University of Helsinki, Legal History and Roman law); Marja Vierros (University of Helsinki, Classics); Ville Vuolanto (Tampere University, History).
INFO: facebook - ville.vuolanto(at)tuni.fi.