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Institute of Classical Studies

ANCIENT HISTORY

SPRING Seminar Series 2019

Mobility and Displacement in the Ancient World


Thursdays 4.30 pm

South Block, Senate House, Malet Street, London

24 January Phil Perkins (Open University): Seeking Etruscan origins: earliest Italians or
Mediterranean migrants?
(Room G22)

Tuesday 29th Round Table: Refugee Spaces: Hosting and Encounter, Ancient and Modern (UCL
Institute of Advanced Studies, Common Ground G11, Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS),
South Wing, Wilkins Building University College London Gower Street London WC1E
6BT) 17.30-19.30

Ben Gray (Birkbeck)


Elena Isayev (Exeter)
Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh (UCL Geogr)
Murray Fraser (Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL)
Yara Sharif (Architecture, University of Westminster)

This interdisciplinary discussion is co-sponsored by the AHRC-ESRC Refugee Hosts Research Project
and the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies through its Refuge in a Moving World network, both led
by Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh.

31st January NO SEMINAR

7th February Mark Altaweel (UCL): Mobility and the Link to Universalism in the Ancient Near East.
(Court Room)

14 February Lene Rubinstein (RHUL): Flotsam and jetsam of war: women and child refugees as
metics in classical Athens.
(Room G22)

21st February David Noy (Open University): “Laudike my name, Samos my homeland”: inscriptions,
biography and migration to Rome.
(Room G34 )

28 February James Clackson (Cambridge): Travelling Tongues: Language and Migration.


(Room G22)

7 March Julia Hillner (Sheffield): Clerical exile and late antique communities.
(Court Room)

14 March Sophia Voutsaki (Groningen): Bioarchaeology, ancient history and the study of
ancient mobility: uneasy bedfellows?
(Court Room)

21 March Mischa Meier (Tübingen): Warlords, Dynasty and Mobility: Problems of Barbarian
Settlement in Late Antiquity.
(Room G22)

Convenors: Elena Isayev (Exeter) and Greg Woolf (ICS)

Some bibliography on the theme of the seminar series is available at https://ics.sas.ac.uk/migration-


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