Monthly Archives: February 2018

New Voices in Epigraphy (Oxford, Apr 12-13 2018) programme

Posted for Elizabeth Foley, Martin Hallmannsecker and Leah Lazar: We, the organisers, are excited to announce the programme for New Voices in Epigraphy – International Graduate Conference on 12th and 13th April 2018 at the University of Oxford. Attendance is open to academics and researchers … Continue reading

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L’epigrafia latina del Nord Africa (Tunisi, 6-9 dicembre 2018)

UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI SASSARI Convegno internazionale di studi “L’AFRICA ROMANA”, XXI  Viale Umberto 52 – I- 07100 SASSARI – tel. 0039 079 2065203 Posta elettronica: L’epigrafia latina del Nord Africa: novità, riletture, nuove sintesi Tunisi, 6-9 dicembre 2018 … Continue reading

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Symposium on the EPIGRAPHIES OF ANATOLIA: their histories and their future

The Symposium on the “Epigraphies of Anatolia: their histories and their future” will be held from the 24 to the 27 April, 2018 in the Koç University Suna & İnan Kıraç Research Center for Mediterranean Civilizations in Antalya, Turkey. All are welcome … Continue reading

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Doctoral fellowships in epigraphy/papyrology (Oxford)

Doctoral Studentship Opportunities in epigraphic and papyrological studies, Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford  Applications are being sought for funded doctoral scholarships at the University of Oxford on specified topics, across various disciplines, as part of a Leverhulme Trust Doctoral Centre on … Continue reading

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Manuscripts from the margins: How to edit a forgery. International Conference: 20–22 September 2018, Macquarie University, Sydney

The how and why of editing forgeries is a largely inarticulated domain. Whilst forgeries are ubiquitous in collections everywhere, they remain understudied and unappreciated. Efforts have concentrated on the identification of tell-tale signs of duplicity rather than on the mechanics … Continue reading

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