Past conference: The Alexander Romance in Persia and the East

Conferences

 

 

 

 

Past conferences

 2014

2013

  • Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in the Reception of the Ancient World (AMPRAW 2013) 5-6 December 2013

  • Dialogues between Greece and the East 9-12 September 2013

  • On the psyche: studies in literature, health, and psychology 4-7 July 2013

  • Heroes and leaders: an interdisciplinary workshop on exemplarity and identity 25-26 March

2012

  • The Classical Association Conference

2011

  • Approaches to Ancient Medicine, Supported by the Classics Association and the Wellcome Trust, at the Centre for Medical History, University of Exeter.
    Globalisation and the Roman world: perspectives and opportunities

2010

  • Balance in Healthcare
    The Alexander Romance in Persia and the East

2009

  • De-Placing Future Memory Workshop
    Irony and the Ironic in Classical Literature
    Sexual Knowledge: Uses of the Past
    Teleology in the Ancient World: Philosophical and Medical Reflections

2008

  • Seleukid Dissolution - The Sinking of the Anchor
    Plants and Knowledge
    From Desert to Wetland

2007

  • The Oscan Fringe
    Climate Change and Migration

2006

  • Greek prose friction: Achilles Tatius and beyond
    Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient History
    Pagan Monotheism

2005

  • Migration and Diaspora
    Galen and the World of Knowledge

2004

  • Local Knowledge and Micro-identities in the Roman East
    Theoi Epiphaneis: confronting the divine in Graeco-Roman culture

2002

  • Ancient and Modern Approaches to Ethical Objectivity
    The Economy of Roman Asia Minor

Conferences organised elsewhere by Exeter faculty

2007

  • 13th International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy - Epigraphy and the Historical Sciences (Oxford)
    The Hellenistic Caucasus and Black Sea (Paris)

2005

  • The Epigraphic Habit: inscriptions in the polis (Rhodes)

2004

  • The Black Sea: past, present, and future (Istanbul)

2003

  • Athénée II (Paris)

2001

  • Olbia and the Scythian World (Kiev)