The Centre for Hellenistic and Romano-Greek Culture and Society has organised and hosted many related research conferences. These conferences draw together academics and postgraduates for discussion, research dissemination and to promote research collaborations.

Forthcoming conferences

There are currently no forthcoming conferences.

Past conferences

Dialogues between Greece and the East

9-12 September 2013

An international conference organised and funded through the Leventis Initiative on the Impact of Greek Culture.

On the Psyche: Studies in Literature, Health, and Psychology

4-7 July 2013

A conference supported by the College of Humanities, the Centre for Medical History, and the Classics Department, University of Exeter, to celebrate the work of Professor Christopher Gill. See the conference page in the Centre for Medical History website for more details.

Cultural F(r)ictions in Hellenistic Literature

27-28 September 2012 

Approaches to Ancient Medicine


Supported by the Classical Association and the Wellcome Trust, at the Centre for Medical History, University of Exeter.


Balance in Healthcare

The Alexander Romance in Persia and the East


Teleology in the Ancient World: Philosophical and Medical Reflections


Seleukid Dissolution – The Sinking of the Anchor


The Hellenistic Caucasus and Black Sea (Paris)


Greek prose friction: Achilles Tatius and beyond

Pagan Monotheism


Galen and the World of Knowledge


Local Knowledge and Micro-identities in the Roman East

Theoi Epiphaneis: confronting the divine in Graeco-Roman culture

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


The Economy of Roman Asia Minor


Olbia and the Scythian World (Kiev)