Letters and Politics in Late Antiquity

Ghent University St. Pietersnieuwstraat 13, Ghent

Discussing the role of letters in late antique Roman politics (4th to 6th century AD): how did various late antique actors and interest groups use letters to try and influence decision making processes on all levels? Letters played a prominent role in the functioning of social and political life in the late Roman Empire. News …

Leeds IMC 2023

University of Leeds Leeds

Featuring, among other papers, Michael Hanaghan, 'Noblewomen and their Reading in 5th-Century Europe' (Apronian, Ragnahilda, Papianilla). Late call for papers: this section requires an additional paper as of March 2023.

Shifting Frontiers XV: Romans in New Worlds

University of California Santa Barbara

'Romans in New Worlds: Considering “Global Late Antiquity”' is the theme of the 15th Shifting Frontiers conference