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July 2020

virtual Leeds International Medieval Congress

6 July - 9 July
University of Leeds Leeds, United Kingdom + Google Map

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13th Celtic Conference in Classics

15 July - 18 July
Ecole Normale Supérieure/ Lyon 2 and 3 Lyon, France + Google Map

Postponed to 2021 Conference panels include, among others: Translation and the limits of Greek-Latin bilingualism in Late Antiquity (ca. 300-600 CE), organised by Alison John and Alan Ross Poeticis magis decora? Latin Prose and the Limits of Intertextuality, organised by Scott J. DiGiulio and Dominic Machado

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August 2020

Latin vulgaire – latin tardif XIV

31 August - 4 September
Ghent University, St. Pietersnieuwstraat 13
Ghent, Belgium
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The 14th International Colloquium on Late and Vulgar Latin (Latin vulgaire – latin tardif XIV) will be held at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy of Ghent University (Belgium) from Monday, August 31st to Friday, September 4th, 2020. It will be organized by the Latin section and the research group DiaLing at the Department of Linguistics. The colloquia Latin vulgaire – latin tardif have been organised regularly since 1985. After Pécs (1985), Bologna (1988), Innsbruck (1991), Caen (1994), Heidelberg (1997),…

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January 2021

Annual Conference of the Society for Classical Studies

7 January 2021 - 10 January 2021
Chicago Chicago, + Google Map
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March 2021

Shifting Frontiers XIV: Scale and the Study of Late Antiquity

24 March 2021 - 27 March 2021
Ohio State University Columbus, OH United States + Google Map

For the Fourteenth Meeting of the Society for Late Antiquity, we invite papers that investigate scale, which can be defined as a graduated range of values or measurements, whether, for example, of time, space, social organization, cosmology, or agency. Participants are encouraged to explore scale either as a methodological framework used by modern historians to interpret the past and/or as a type of late Roman analytic category, developed and employed by late ancient persons for their own heuristic purposes. Questions…

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