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CRASIS Annual Meeting & Master Class

Poster Annual Meeting 2019
Poster Annual Meeting 2019

The CRASIS Annual Meeting & Master Class is a two-day event, set up as an informal meeting place for students at PhD or Research Master level, postdocs and senior staff to promote the discussion and exchange of ideas beyond disciplinary boundaries. A keynote speaker is invited to give a master class for (Research)MA and PhD students on the first day of the meeting, and to hold the CRASIS Keynote Lecture at the conference for advanced researchers on the second day.

The 8th Annual Meeting and Master Class will take place on 7-8 March 2019. Our Master and Keynote Speaker will be Dr Louise Revell, Associate Professor in Roman Studies at the University of Southampton.

We now cordially invite scholars to submit a proposal for the Annual Meeting (postdoctoral researchers and senior scholars) and Master Class (ReMa students and PhD's). See for the full Call for Papers the link below:

Call for papers 2019

Past Meetings

2018: Motivation & Causality. Keynote & Master: Prof. Dr. John Ma

2017: Ancient Health. Concepts, Materiality, and the Experience of Life. Keynote & Master: Prof. Dr. Ralph Rosen

2016: Hellenism: Interaction, Translation and Culture Transfer. Keynote & Master: Prof. Dr. Benjamin Wright (A short report)

2015: Crisis! The Identification, Analysis, and Commemoration of Crises in the Ancient World. Keynote & Master: Prof. Dr. Monika Truemper (A short report)

2014: Cultural Knowledge in the Ancient World: Production, Circulation and Validation. Keynote & Master: Prof.Dr. Marietta Horster (A short report)

2013: Cultural Encounters in the Ancient Mediterranean. Keynote & Master: Prof.Dr. Martin D. Goodman

2012: Cultures of Networks in the Ancient Mediterranean. Keynote & Master: Prof.Dr. Greg Woolf


Some of the working papers of past meetings can be accessed on the CRASIS working papers page .

Last modified:23 November 2018 1.01 p.m.