The 2020 conference of the European Social Sciences History Conference, which has been postponed to March 24-27, 2021, will also take place online. This applies therefore also to the session “Discursive Constructions of Corruption in Ancient Rome”, organised by Prof. Dr. Filippo Carlà-Uhink and Dr. Marta García Morcillo, which is now bound to take place on Wednesday, March 24, 2.30-3.45 pm CET and contains papers by both organisers, Dr. Sema Karatas and Dr. Christian Rollinger. As the timetable of ESSHC is not completely finalised yet, please check their homepage for further information.
On Wednesday, February 3, at 4 pm CET (3 pm GMT) Prof. Dr. Filippo Carlà-Uhink will give a talk within the series of research seminars of the Department of Classics and Ancient History of the University of Exeter. The title of the talk is “‘Environmental Trust’ as Context and Condition for Economic Transactions: The Case of Ancient Rome”. If your are interested to participate, please write an mail to: twistedtransfers(at)uni-potsdam.de!
Our project members Cristina Rosillo Lopez and Marta Garcia Morcillo will give two lectures as part of the New Work on the Roman Republic lecture series. The sessiones will take place on Zoom, registration is requiered.
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11th March: Marta Garcia Morcillo - Makers, Takers and the Cosntruction of Value in Cicero´s De Officiis.
29th April: Cristina Rosillo Lopez - Patterns of Decision Making and the Relationship between Magistrates and the Roman Senate in the Second and First c. BCE.