We are glad to announce the publication of the inaugural issue of History of Classical Scholarship (HCS). The journal hosts papers on any aspect of the history of classical studies, in any geographical context, from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century, covering the whole range of the discipline: from ancient history to literary studies, from epigraphy and numismatics to art history and archaeology, from textual criticism to religious and linguistic studies. We also welcome editions of significant items from the Nachlässe of classical scholars, including letters and documents that may shed light on matters of historical or historiographical interest. We publish articles in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. The contents of the journal are accessible at www.hcsjournal.org. Submissions and informal queries may be addressed to the Editors, Lorenzo Calvelli (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Federico Santangelo (email@example.com).
Posted on behalf of Carlos Machado
Application window December 2019 to 16 January 2020, for entry in autumn 2020
The University of St Andrews is pleased to offer a full scholarship funded by St Leonard’s Postgraduate College, to support an exceptional student undertaking doctoral research in the following project:
Remembering the Dead on the Edge of Empire: Epitaphs and Social Change in Late Antique Italy (300-600 CE)
This project will examine the transformations of north Italian society between 300 and 600 CE, analysing key developments in the relationship between memory, identity, and social power. Focusing on funerary inscriptions as part of the strategies for social promotion used by inhabitants of Italian cities – including both migrant and ‘indigenous’ groups – it will examine their contribution to the redefinition of the communities in which they lived. The resulting thesis will provide an original picture of late antique Italy, giving voice to new and often neglected social groups and identities. It will also focus directly on a relatively neglected, yet crucially important, set of Late Antique data – inscribed epitaphs. Scholars have recently paid great attention to funerary rites as a means of establishing social standing within a community. Our proposed project goes one step further, focusing on how this activity continued beyond death and burial – through the medium of inscribing words on stone. In doing this, it will represent an innovative and ground-breaking study in late antique studies, whether in terms of its interdisciplinary methodology, approach, and results. Continue reading
This course aims at introducing the participants to the study of Greek inscriptions from the Archaic period to the Roman era with an emphasis on the inscriptions of the Aegean islands. Students will have the opportunity to become familiar with the nature of epigraphic documents, will be introduced to the expertise required in the field of Greek epigraphy and will understand how inscriptions are invaluable documents for the knowledge of ancient history. The course will have a strong on-site element as students will be asked to study and copy the stones that record ancient Greek inscriptions. Prior knowledge of ancient Greek is strongly recommended. Continue reading
A conference to be held in Trieste on 6-7 December 2019 and devoted to the study of 18th-century antiquarian collections in Venice, including collections of inscriptions
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Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,
Wir freuen uns, Ihnen mitteilen zu können, dass der zweite Teil der Publikationen zum 15. Internationalen Kongress für Griechische und Lateinische Epigraphik erschienen ist. Es handelt sich um die Fest- und Plenarvorträge, die unter dem Titel Sprachen – Schriftkulturen – Identitäten der Antike. Beiträge des XV. Internationalen Kongresses für Griechische und Lateinische Epigraphik, Wien, 28. August bis 1. September 2017: Fest- und Plenarvorträge als Tyche Supplementband 10 erschienen sind.
Nähere Informationen dazu finden Sie unter
Mit herzlichen Grüßen aus Wien
Theresia Pantzer und Franziska Beutler
We are pleased to inform you that the second part of the proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy with the title Sprachen – Schriftkulturen – Identitäten der Antike. Beiträge des XV. Internationalen Kongresses für Griechische und Lateinische Epigraphik, Wien, 28. August bis 1. September 2017: Fest- und Plenarvorträge has been published as Tyche Supplementband 10.
Further information may be found here
Best wishes from Vienna
Theresia Pantzer and Franziska Beutler
The dates for the fourth workshop epigraphy.info have been fixed for the days of 19th-21st February 2021 at the University of Hamburg (Germany) — preceded by an epidoc & technical training (17th-19th February). Read more …
we would like to give you some news regarding our project Attic Vase Inscriptions (AVI), … (read more)
Posted on behalf of Chiara Lasagni.
CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS
Topography & Communication in Attic Epigraphy
edited by Irene Berti, Chiara Lasagni, Daniela Marchiandi
The purpose of this book is to shed fresh insight into a theme not yet extensively addressed, that is, the relation between epigraphy and urban topography, with a special focus on the places of publication of Athenian public inscriptions. Continue reading
The Epigraphy.info community held its third meeting in Vienna, Austria at the end of May 2019. The following short report has been published in anticipation of a fuller report of the meeting, now in preparation. Continue reading
The Journal of Epigraphic Studies 2 (2019) has just been published. Attached is the table of contents together with a subscription form. The Journal now welcomes articles written in English, German, French, Italian or Spanish for the issue number 3 (2020).
Articles submitted for publication in JES 3 (2020) should be sent by February 15, 2020 to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details about subscription, the submission procedure and the editorial rules are accessible through: https://www.libraweb.net/riviste.php?chiave=137
Table of contents JES 2 (2019) – subscription form
Forwarded for Jorge J. Bravo III:
I write as a member of the Organizing Committee of the 3rd North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy to share an announcement about the Congress and to ask your help in spreading the word to those with an interest in epigraphy:
NACGLE 2020 — Washington DC (January 5-7, 2020)
The program for NACGLE 2020 is now available and it is shaping up to be a great congress.
We are now issuing a call for posters, and we especially encourage graduate students to submit. The deadline to submit poster abstracts is October 15, 2019. Abstract guidelines and a template for posters has been provided at the NACGLE website. There will be two poster sessions during the Congress – both will take place with continental breakfast provided (Posters and Pastries).
More info about the 2020 North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy can be found at: https://www.asgle.org/nacgle-2020-washington-d-c/
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