About Eugesta

EuGeStA is an international network which brings together European researchers working from the perspectives developed in Gender Studies in different disciplinary fields of Antiquity : literature, philosophy, history, history of art, history of religion, law, medicine, economics, archaeology…

The institutional members of EuGeStA are the universities of

Basel (Lead: Henriette Harich), Bern (Lead:Thomas Späth), Exeter (Lead: Rebecca Langlands), Fribourg (Lead: Véronique Dasen), Lille (lead: Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Florence Klein), Manchester (Lead: Alison Sharrock), Munich (Lead: Therese Fuhrer), the Open University (Lead : James Robson), Paris 1 (Lead: Violaine Sebillotte-Cuchet), Toronto (Lead: Alison Keith), Turin (Lead: Federica Bessone) and UCLA (Lead: Giulia Sissa).

There are two kinds of activities undertaken :

  • the organisation of seminars rotating between the partner universities of the network
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  • the maintenance of a website which is concerned to promote contacts and exchanges between researchers and students.


Editor: JACQUELINE FABRE-SERRIS
Scientific committee: FEDERICA BESSONE, CLAUDE CALAME, VERONIQUE DASEN, THERESE FUHRER, HENRIETTE HARICH, ALISON KEITH, HELEN KING, REBECCA LANGLANDS, ALISON SHARROCK, VIOLAINE SEBILLOTTE-CUCHET, GIULIA SISSA, THOMAS SPAETH

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  • Who’s That Girl?- Portraits of Hetairai between Hellenistic and Imperial Ages",
    Conference organized by Effrosyni Tsakou and Roberto Di-Tuccio at the University of Duhram, June 20 and 21, 2024
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  • The next EuGeStA network symposium, organized by Florence Gherchanoc, will take place in early 2026.

Publications

  • V. Moro, Il teatro della polis. Filosofia dell'agonismo tragico, Pisa: ETS, 2024.
     
  • Brill, S. and Mc. Keen, C. (2024) The Routledge Handbook of Women and Ancient Greek Philosophy, London.
     
  • Boulègue, L. (forthcoming), Equicola, Mario, De mulieribus/Des femmes, intr. et éd. L. Boulègue, trad. L. Boulègue et L. Claire, notes L. Boulègue, M. Brouillet, N. Catellani, L. Claire, A. Duru, A. Lamy, Paris, Les Belles Lettres (coll. « Les Classiques de l’humanisme »).
     
  • Lucinda Dirven, Martijn Icks, Sofie Remijsen, The public lives of ancient women (500 BCE-650 CE). Mnemosyne supplements. History and archaeology of classical antiquity, 468. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2023.
     
  • Emily Hemelrijk, Women and Society in the Ancient World, Cambridge, July 2023, new paperback edition.
     
  • Cornwell A. and G. Woolf (2023) Gendering Roman Imperialism, Brill, Leiden.
     
  • Pope, M. (2023) Lucretius and the End of Masculinity, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
     
  • Racette-Campbell, M. (2023) The Crisis of Masculinity in the Age of Augustus, Wisconsin studies in classics, Madison.

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Call for papers

  • On 17-18 October 2024, Edith Hall (Durham University) and Vayos Liapis (Open University of Cyprus) will be convening a fully online conference on Euripides’ Phoenician Women, prompted by the summer 2024 production of the Cyprus Theatre Organisation and directed by Magdalena Zira, which has been timed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus.

     Abstracts are invited of 300 words addressing any dimension of the tragedy, including both its aesthetic, social, moral political aspects within the original context of its production and its subsequent performance and reception history. 

    It is intended to publish an edited collection of essays based on the conference papers. 

    PhD students and Early Career Researchers are warmly encouraged to submit. Please send abstracts to edith.halldurham.acuk by 1st August 2024. Responses and invitations will be sent out on 1st September 2024.

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