FUTURISMOON – Presentation of Irma Boom’s BAV AGENDA 2023

Myth and Imperialism in the Roman Republic

It is well known that empires use myths to legitimize power claims and structures and as such provide historical and divine justification for the existing societal order. The Roman empire was no exemption to this rule, as is for example clearly attested in Virgil’s Aeneid. Apart from legitimization of power, myths also function to (re)produce...

Deadline: 9 January 2023

Date: 13 March - 22 March 2023

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: 4 December 2022

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