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Appels à contributions :
- Call for Papers Motherhood(s) and Monotheisms
Proposals, no longer than 500 words, should be sent by January 31, 2017 to the following e-mail address : giulia.pedrucci@unibo.it.
> En savoir plus (PDF)
publié le 10/10/2016

- Appel pour le développement d’associations entre les membres du Women’s Classical Caucus et EuGeStA (lire la suite)


- Vient de paraître : Mairéad McAuley, Reproducing Rome : Motherhood in Virgil, Ovid, Seneca and Statius. Oxford Studies in Classical Literature and Gender Theory. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2016.
publié le 27/10/2016

- Announcing the formation of the Multiculturalism, Race & Ethnicity in Classics Consortium (MRECC) !
Everyone is invited to join this international professional organization founded in 2016 by doctoral students and faculty at the University of Georgia, Hamilton College, Rutgers University, University of Wisconsin, Bates College, and Cornell University aimed at raising awareness and supporting the study of the many facets of multiculturalism, race, and ethnicity in classics and classical archaeology.
Please check out their Facebook page and join in on the conversation https://www.facebook.com/groups/mrecc/ ?ref=aymt_homepage_panel.
MRECC can also be found on Twitter with the handle @mrecc_classics and a website is currently in development.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or want to get more involved in the organization, please send an email to Kelly Dugan and other founders at multiculturalclassics@gmail.com.
publié le 19/10/2016

- Vient de paraître : Brigitte Lion et Cécile Michel (éd.), The Role of Women in Work and Society in the Ancient Near East, SANER 13, De Gruyter, Berlin et Boston, 2016, 574 p.
> Site de l’éditeur
publié le 12/10/2016

- Vient de paraître : Mark Masterson, Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz, James Robson (ed.), Sex in Antiquity : Exploring Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World. Rewriting antiquity. London ; New York : Routledge, 2015.
publié le 20/07/2016

- Vient de paraître : Numéro 5 de la revue EuGeStA
> Site de la revue
publié le 15/12/2015

- Vient de paraître : Women and War in Antiquiy, édité par Jacqueline Fabre-Serris et Alison Keith Johns Hopkins University Press, novembre 2015
> En savoir plus (pdf)
publié le 14/12/2015

- Vient de paraître de Véronique Dasen, Le sourire d’Omphale, Maternité et petite enfance dans l’Antiquité.
> En savoir plus (pdf)
publié le 08/07/2015

- Site EuGeStA : Nouvelles rubriques Lexicon et Liste de discussion Sexe et Genre dans l’Antiquité :
Vous avez la possibilité de proposer

  • des commentaires sur une ou des fiches de la rubrique Lexicon
  • une nouvelle fiche sur un mot de votre choix

Pour s’inscrire à la liste de discussion et participer au Lexicon, aller sur la page de la rubrique Lexicon ou sur la page de la rubrique Liste de discussion
publié le 16/05/2014

- 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


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