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- La revue Clio. Femmes, Genre, Histoire, lance un appel à contributions pour un numéro intitulé "Citoyennetés"
Les propositions sont à envoyer pour le 10 décembre 2014
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publié le 03/11/2014

- Appel à communications : Les métiers du corps de l’Antiquité à nos jours
Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7 / USPC / Université d’Orléans
La première journée d’étude aura lieu fin mars 2015, la seconde fin mars 2016. .
Les propositions de communication d’une vingtaine de lignes sont à envoyer à Florence Gherchanoc (fgherchanoc@free.fr), Catherine Lanoé (catherine_lanoe@hotmail.com) et Maaike van der Lugt (vanderlugt@univ-paris-diderot.fr) avant le 21 septembre 2014
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publié le 08/07/2014

- Call for papers Women in Classical Antiquity : Between Image and Lived Realities
Chairs : Dr. Diana Rodríguez-Pérez (Edinburgh-FECYT) and Dr. Glenys Davies (Edinburgh)
We invite offers of papers to form a conference panel at the 8th Celtic Conference in Classics, to be held at the University of Edinburgh from 25-28 June, 2014.

The panel seeks to explore women, their images and realia in the classical cultures including those of Greece, Rome, Etruria, Persia, and contemporary indigenous societies such as the Iberian. It will pivot on visual culture and archaeology, including all forms of artistic representation, with special attention to the problems and methodologies involved.

The aim of the panel is twofold : to study the images of women and the archaeological evidence regarding them from varied points of view and methodologies (art-history, iconography, post structuralism… ), and to address the question of how images can contribute to our understanding (or misunderstanding) of the lived realities of women in the ancient world.

Topics for discussion may include, but are not limited to :

- Scenes or images of women in their sociopolitical context
- Images abroad. Women in the export market
- Images, symbols, metaphors
- How (not) to paint a woman
- Women and death
- Grave goods and gender identity
- Women’s pots : only for women ?
- Colonial contacts and women
- Cosmetics
- Clothing and hairstyle
- The beautiful woman
- Divine models

We welcome proposals for papers of 20 minutes on any of the above (or related) topics. Please, send abstracts of a maximum of 300 words to diana.rodperez@gmail.com and/or g.m.davies@ed.ac.uk by 1st November, 2013. Please, note that the Celtic Conference is self-funding and all speakers must arrange and bear the cost of their own accommodation, subsistence and conference fee.

The languages of the Celtic Conference in Classics are English and French.
publié le 26/08/2013

- Vient de paraître : Numéro 4 de la revue EuGeStA
publié le 08/01/2015

- Studying the Ancient Body at MA level
We are delighted to announce that the newly-refurbished MA in Classical Studies at the Open University is now available to study worldwide. The two-year course, which requires 16 hours of work a week, is in two parts :
* Part 1, in which students receive training in the fundamental skills of classical scholars using a range of cross-disciplinary case studies, and
* Part 2, in which students are taught to combine different types of evidence to explore one aspect of the ancient world : the body. This module ends with several months of preparation for the 10-12,000-word MA dissertation on a topic of the student’s choice.

For further details, please consult the course website www.open.ac.uk/postgraduate/qualifications/f27. Please make sure you enter the correct country of residence at the top for accurate information. Registration for the coming year closes on 11 September.

(If you encounter problems with the website, simply go to the ‘Study at the OU’ website, www.open.ac.uk/courses, enter your country of residence, click on ’Postgraduate’ at the top and find ’Classical Studies’ in the A-Z list.)

Ursula Rothe (ursula.rothe@open.ac.uk) and Helen King (helen.king@open.ac.uk)

on behalf of the MA module teams

— The Open University is incorporated by Royal Charter (RC 000391), an exempt charity in England & Wales and a charity registered in Scotland (SC 038302). The Open University is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

publié le 04/09/2014

- Vient de paraître : Numéro 3 de la revue EuGeStA
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publié le 16/12/2013

- Vient de paraître : Claude-Emmanuelle Centlivres Challet, Like Man, Like Woman : Roman Women, Gender Qualities and Conjugal Relationships at the Turn of the First Century , Oxford, 2013
En savoir plus sur le site de l’éditeur peterlangoxford.wordpress.com : Couverture et synopsis - table des matières.
publié le 04/10/2013

- Vient de paraître : Women and the Roman City in the Latin West
Edited by Emily Hemelrijk, University of Amsterdam, and Greg Woolf, University of St Andrews, Brill, 2013
Voir cet ouvrage sur le site brill.com
publié le 26/08/2013

- Vient de paraître : Numéro 356 du Dossier d’Archéologie, consacré à "La petite enfance dans le monde grec et romain"
En savoir plus en visitant le site www.dossiers-archeologie.com
publié le 22/04/2013

- Prix décerné à Helen King par le WCC pour un article paru dans le numéro 1 d’Eugesta. (lire la suite)
publié le 07/01/2013

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