International Summer School in Epigraphy for the Study of the Latin Language (Lisbon, June 21–25)

This workshop on epigraphic and linguistic/philological research looks to be of interest to students and early-career researchers in Latin epigraphy (and good value for a week’s tuition):


Applications are now open for the International Summer School in Epigraphy for the Study of the Latin Language, hosted by the Center for Classical Studies of the University of Lisbon, which will take place from Monday 21 – to Friday 25 June 2021 online (Zoom).

This International Summer School aims to develop an awareness of the potential of the epigraphical evidence for philological and linguistic studies, without disregarding the archaeological and historical dimensions of inscriptions in light of sociolinguistic investigations. It provides participants with a basic knowledge in Latin Epigraphy and the main theoretical, methodological and practical tools for linguistic and philological research through epigraphic materials.

Target Groups
The Summer School is especially addressed to BA, MA and PhD students as well as to Post-docs with philological-linguistic interests. An interest in participation from students and specialists from other disciplines as well as high-school teachers of Latin is also welcome.

Latin skills are highly desirable. Previous knowledge of Latin Epigraphy is not required.

Course Language
The course language will be English.

80 € for PhD Students & Postdocs
60 € for BA & MA Students as well as for high-school teachers

Information on instructors, registration & program
Please visit our webpage: or send an email at

Deadline for Application
May 15th, 2021

Prof. Dr. Catarina Gaspar
Dr. Silvia Tantimonaco
Research Group HPRT3-Epigraphica

This activity has been funded by Portuguese national funds through FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia & is under the auspices of AIEGL – Association Internationale d’Épigraphie Grecque et Latine.

The School will be activated with min. 20 participants.

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