Stefania Santelia has written an article for a general audience on language and identity: ‘Barbarica verba: riflessioni sulla lingua come elemento di identità’, Salternum 26 (no 48-49) (2022) 55-59.
Reis on Identities and Frontiers
Gabriel Reis’ master thesis at the University of Santa Maria (Brasil) has been published. The book is titled Identitades e Fronteiras na Antiguidade Tardia and investigates power negotiations among Romans based in Gaul and Italy and Germanic people.
It is accessible via Academia.
Its genesis is within the research group of Prof. Semíramis Corsi Silva, Grupo de Estudos sobre o Mundo Antigo Mediterrânico GEMAM.
Egetenmeyr on Emotions
Just out by Veronika Egetenmeyr: ‘Constructing Emotions and Creating Identities: Emotional Persuasion in the Letters of Sidonius Apollinaris and Ruricius of Limoges’, in: Mateusz Fafinski and Jakob Riemenschneider (eds), The Past Through Narratology: New Approaches to Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, Das Mittelalter Supplements 18, Heidelberg: Heidelberg University Publishing, 2022, 75-92.
Download here (open access)
Identities, Ethnicities and Gender in Antiquity
International Conference: Identités, Ethnicités et Genre dans l’Antiquité/ Identities, Ethnicities and Gender in Antiquity
Figuring Ann-Kathrin Staehle, ‘Mythische Frauenfiguren bei Sidonius Apollinaris – Mythentransformation im spätantiken Gallien?’
Transformations of Romanness
Edited by Walter Pohl and others, a multi-author volume on Romanness in Late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages has come out: Transformations of Romanness: Early Medieval Regions and Identities. Ralph Mathisen contributes a chapter on Gaul: ‘“Roman” Identity in Late Antiquity, with Special Attention to Gaul’.
The Latest on Late Epistolography
Edited by Gernot Michael Müller, a multi-author volume on Latin epistolography in Late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages has come out: Zwischen Alltagskommunikation und literarischer Identitätsbildung. Ulrike Egelhaaf-Gaiser contributes a chapter on Sidonius: ‘Vom Epulonenschmaus zum Fest der Worte’.