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Roman History Forum Projects and Events

Roman History Forum Projects and Events

The Forum hosts a number of joint and individual research projects.

21st January    Carrie Vout (Cambridge): Fleshing out the body politic at Rome? 

4th February   Emma- Jayne Graham (Open University): Vestals assemble! Material things and embodied religious knowledge among the Vestal Virgins


11th February Richard Alston (RHUL): Body politics on the Roman Frontiers in 14 CE


25th February Eleanor Betts (Open University): Multisensory movement in ancient Rome

4th March, 4pm       Victoria Leonard (Coventry/ICS) : Positive Outcomes? Gendered Violence, Victim Credibility, and Adjudicating Justice in the Early Fifth Century

11th March     Ellen Adams (KCL): Touch and the Tiresias Project in the Parthenon Galleries of the British Museum


18th March     Hannah Platts (RHUL): Sensory spaces in the Roman house


25th March     Ulrike Roth (Edinburgh): Trimalchio’s body and the history of Roman slavery 



Booking is essential in order to receive the Zoom details for each seminar.


Conveners: Hannah Platts and Richard Alston (RHUL)

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