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2017: Ancient Health. Concepts, Materiality and the Experience of Life

Papers presented during the CRASIS Annual Meeting 2017, 2-3 March:

(These papers are all work in progress; please do not quote without the author's permission)

[papers of several speakers are uploaded here soon]

CRASIS Annual Lecture 2017:

● Prof. dr. Ralph Rosen (Pennsylvania)

‘Human and Divine in Hippocratic Concepts of Health’ (Worddocument)

‘Human and Divine in Hippocratic Concepts of Health’ (Powerpoint)

2014: Cultural Knowledge in the Ancient World

Papers presented during the CRASIS Annual Meeting 2014, 13-14 February:
(These papers are all work in progress; please do not quote without the author's permission)

CRASIS Annual Lecture 2014:

2013: Cultural Encounters in the Ancient Mediterranean

CRASIS Annual Lecture 2013:

(please do not cite without the author's permission)

2012: Cultures of Networks in the Ancient Mediterranean

Papers presented during the CRASIS Annual Meeting 2012, 8 February:

(These papers are all work in progress; please do not quote without the author's permission)

CRASIS Annual Lecture 2012:
  • Prof. Greg Woolf, St. Andrews (Ancient History):
    The Origins of Religious Pluralism in the Roman World and Beyond

A revised version of the keynote by Prof. Greg Woolf, entitled 'The Origins of Religious Pluralism in the Roman World and Beyond', was published in Helade 2016(2): Only Connect? Network analysis and religious change in the Roman World

Student papers presented at the Masterclass on Cultures of Networks in the Ancient Mediterranean, chaired by Prof. Greg Woolf  (10 February 2012)
(These papers are all work in progress; please do not quote without the author's permission)

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