KNIR Research Dialogue: Italian colonialism and the building of national belonging from XIX Century to the Republic

Please note that you can also register for the projection of the documentary film “Hidden Pages” that follows this KNIR Research Dialogue. For more information… Read more

Latin Epigraphy on location

This course offers an intensive introduction into Latin epigraphy from the Republican period up until Late Antiquity and is aimed at the acquisition and application of practical research skills in epigraphic research. The approach and focus of this course is strongly interdisciplinary with attention being paid to philological, socio-linguistic, literary, archaeological, and legal aspects of...

Deadline: 3 December 2021

‘Rome after Rome’: a unique student-scholar exploration of early medieval Rome

Debates about the ‘end’ of the Roman era, how, when, and even if it ended, are still very much alive and raging. However, what happened after the (long) late antique period is a lesser-known and lesser-studied subject. The post-Roman past needs, however, as much energetic investigation and discussion. Exploring this important historical phase, typified both...

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