Lecture by Cristina Rosillo-López, from the Universidad Pablo Olavide of Seville:
Le rôle des femmes et des affranchis dans la politique romaine à la fin de la République
Monday, April 12, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. - Seminars Histoire et anthropologie des sociétés du monde grec ( Florence Gherchanoc and Pascal Montlahuc), and Histoire et anthropologie des sociétés du monde romain (Jean-Pierre Guilhembet and Stéphanie Wyler) at the University of Paris 7. > Link to Zoom
Posted on 31 March 2021
Sex, Rage, & Change: Feminist Adaptation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses
a public conversation with Nina MacLaughlin, Paisley Rekdal, and Stephanie McCarter - 4 p.m. CST Thursday, April 8, 2021
Posted on 16 March 2021
The registration is now open for the virtual conference Women Wealth and Power in Republican Rome (May 24th - 27th 2021): the programme and link for registration are available here.
Posted on 1st March 2021
You are warmy invited to join the study day "Gender and / or in antiquity" / I Jornada Archai Gênero e Antiguidade that will take place on Monday, February 22, 2021 by videoconference and is organized by the group "Assembly of Women" of the UNESCO Chair Archai: the origins of Western thought, of the University of Brasília. www.archai.unb.br/eventos/i-jornada-archai.
The conferences will be broadcast live on the Archai UNESCO Chair channel on YouTube.
> For more information: program
Posted on 15 February 2021
Plautus and the Women of Washington University in St-Louis
Saturday, February 6th
A day of lectures, discussion, and performance exploring the 1884 staging of Plautus' Rudens by the Ladies' Literary Society at Washington University
> For more information: flyer | texte description
Posted on 28 January 2021
Conference Il ruolo delle donne nel pensiero politico antico e la loro eredità/ Women's Roles in Ancient Political Thought and their Legacy'
Organisation: Ida Gilda Mastrorosa (Università di Firenze) and José Ravier Beneitez Prudenzio (Universitad de Castilla-La Manche).
28-29 January 2021
> For more information : poster | program
Posted on 26 January 2021
The Women in Ancient Cultures (WAC) online rolling conference will start on Tuesday January 12th, with a live keynote address by Prof. Paul du Plessis, with live Q&A sessions with presenters following every fortnight thereafter at 1700 UK time.
All live zoom sessions need to be booked in advance - please visit the conference website here to do so. Links at the bottom of the page will take you to ICS booking forms for each session. Video presentations will uploaded to the website at least 1 week prior to the live sessions - you will need to register on the website to be able to view them. Every aspect of the conference is free.
> Read more about the programme, here.
Posted on 11 January 2021
The first conference of the network Women Writers and Classics
The first conference of the network Women Writers and Classics , organized by Emily Hauser and Helena Taylor, will take place on 18-19 June at the University of Exeter.
> To learn more about this network
Posted on 16 December 2020