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Conference Penn-Leiden "Valuing Labour in Greco-Roman Antiquity"

From:Th 17-06-2021
Until:Sa 19-06-2021

Follow the link for more information about the 11th Penn-Leiden Colloquium on Ancient Values.

Penn-Leiden Colloquia on Ancient Values

The Penn-Leiden Colloquia on Ancient Values were established as a biennial venue in which scholars could investigate the diverse aspects of Greek and Roman values. Each colloquium focuses on a single theme, which participants explore from various perspectives and disciplines. Since the first colloquium in Leiden (in 2000), a wide range of topics has been explored, including manliness, free speech, the spatial organization of value, badness, ‘others’, aesthetic value, the past, landscapes, competition and the night. All conferences have resulted in edited volumes published by Brill Publishers.

Postponed from 2020

This conference was originally scheduled to take place 11-13 June 2020, but has been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. More detailed information about the programme, attendance and registration will be published on this website early in 2021.

Conference organizers:

  • Miko Flohr, Leiden
  • Kim Bowes, UPenn