Termine der internationalen Sklavereiforschung 2012

  •  28. Februar 2012, 17:00 Uhr: David Lewis, Durham: "Slave 'marriages' at Gortyn: a matter of rights?" University of Nottingham, Dept. of Classics, Research Workshop Series, Humanities Building Room A1.

  •  7. Mai 2012, 15:00 Uhr: Paulin Ismard, Paris 1: "'Comme des libres' : le statut des esclaves publics athéniens". Université Paris VIII, Séminaire Histoire et droit, salle B 137.

  •  7. Mai 2012, 16:30 Uhr: Françoise Sudi-Guiral, Besançon: "Les actores dans les cités". Université Paris VIII, Séminaire Histoire et droit, salle B 137.

  •  24. Mai 2012, 18:30 Uhr: Prof. Luciano Canfora; Universität Bari: "La figure de Spartacus entre Marx et Mommsen". Salle J. Ensch, Abbaye de Neumünster, Luxemburg.
  •  1. Juni 2012, 17:30 Uhr: Dr. Alessandro Launaro, Cambridge: "Free and slave in the villa economy of Roman Italy (200 BC to AD 100)". Oxford Philological Society Program (Trinity Term 2012), Lecture Room XXIII, Balliol College, Oxford.

  •  13.-14. September 2012. ISOS Conference 2012: Sex and Slavery. An international conference co-organised by the Institute for the Study Of Slavery (ISOS), the Department of Archaeology and Ancient History (Leicester), and the Department of Classics (Nottingham) Nottingham. Rutland Hall, University Park Campus, University of Nottingham.

    Sexual activity involving individuals of unfree or slave status is known throughout slave-owning societies. Sex is often a tool through which power relationships and dominance can be asserted. However, sex can also be means through which power relations are blurred and inverted. The links between legal ownership and sexual possession are also relevant. This conference will adopt a cross-cultural perspective to address key themes concerning sex and slavery. Carefully chosen respondents will be invited to present detailed comments on each of these papers, in most cases bringing a comparative perspective on the original paper. In an effort to promote focused comparative approaches, papers on modern slaveries will get respondents from specialists on ancient slaveries and vice versa.

    Programm

    13. September 2012

    14:15-16:15 Uhr: Constantina Katsari, Leicester: "Slaves, sex and money in the Roman world and the antebellum American South". Respondent: Yossef Rapoport, Queen Mary

    16:45-17:45 Uhr: Walter Scheidel, Stanford: "Sex, slavery, and the cultural evolution of normative monogamy". Respondent: David Mattingly, Leicester.

    14. September 2012

    10:45-11:45 Uhr: Lynn Fotheringham, Nottingham: "Offspring of slave and free in historical novels set in Greece and Rom". Respondent: Melanie Ulz, Osnabrueck.

    12:00-13:00 Uhr: Judith Mossman, Nottingham): "Becoming slaves: Hecuba and Andromache in Euripides' Trojan Women. Respondent: Jonathan Taylor, De Montfort.

    14:00-16:00 Uhr: Esther Eidinow, Nottingham: "Ancient Greek slavery and sexuality: strategies and risks". Respondent: Gad Heuman, Warwick.

    An allen beiden Tagen weitere Vorträge zur neuzeitlichen Sklaverei.

    Detailliertes Programm auf der Webseite von ISOS: www.nottingham.ac.uk/classics/research/conferences/isosprogramme.aspx oder unter www.nottingham.ac.uk/classics/research/conferences/isosconf2012.aspx

  •  11. Oktober 2012, 16:55 Uhr: Stephen Todd, Manchester: "Slave Sexuality". Vortrag im Rahmen des Research Seminar. Dept. of Classics and Ancient History, University of Manchester. Ort: University of Manchester, Samuel Alexander Building, S2.9.
  •  16. Oktober 2012, 17:00 Uhr: Robin Osborne, Cambridge: "The History of Slavery Written on the Body". Vortrag im Rahmen der Classics Research Workshops, Department of Classics, University of Nottingham (in association with the Institute for the Study of Slavery, University of Nottingham). Ort: Humanities Building, Room A3.
  •  18. Oktober 2012, 15:00 Uhr: Henrik Mouritsen, London: Cicero's familia: elite households and social structure in the late republic. Vortrag im Rahmen des Kolloquium zum 70. Todestag von Friedrich Münzer "Politische Kultur und soziale Struktur der Römischen Republik" (Münster, 18.-20.10.2012). Ort: Münster, Seminarzentrum des agora: Hotel am Aasee.
  •  25. Oktober 2012, 14:45 Uhr: Olakunbi O. Olasope, Ibadan: "Prostitution in Classical Athens". Vortrag im Rahmen des 13th Unisa Classics Colloquium, 25-27 October 2012. Ort: University of South Africa, Muckleneuk Campus, Kopanong Hall, Theo van Wijk Building 10-24, Floor 10.
  •  25. Oktober 2012, 16:00 Uhr: Dr. Shaun Tougher, Cardiff University: "Eunuchs in the East, Men in the West?". Vortrag im Rahmen der Internationalen Konferenz "An End to Unity? East and West in the fourth Century", Radboud University Nijmegen. Ort: Huize Heyendaal (Marijnenkamer).
  •  6. November 2012, 9:00 Uhr: Prof. Dr. Anastasia Serghidou, University of Crete: "Douleion Hemar: Temps, destin et asservissement". Vortrag im Rahmen des "V Simpósio de Estudos Clássicos da Universidade de São Paulo - Épica Antiga".
  •  7. November 2012; 17:00 Uhr: Dr. Myles Lavan, University of St Andrews: "Manumission, Enfranchisement, and the Claudian Census Figure". Vortrag am Classics Research Seminar, School of History, Classics, and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh. Ort: Meadows Lecture Theatre, William Robertson Wing, Teviot Place.
  •  13. November 2012, 17:00 Uhr: Kostas Vlassopoulos, Nottingham: "The Barbarian Repertoire in Greek Culture". Vortrag im Rahmen der Classics Research Workshops, Department of Classics, University of Nottingham. Ort: Humanities Building, Room A3.
  •  17. November 2012, 16:15 Uhr: Rudolf Haensch, München: "Bescheidenheit ist eine Zier?! Der Gebrauch von ΘΕΟΥ ΔΟΥΛΟΣ in den Inschriften des spätantiken römischen Reiches". Vortrag im Rahmen der Internationalen Tagung "Sozialer Status und Prestige in der römischen Welt", Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Tagungsort: Tagungszentrum Kardinal Wendel Haus, Mandlstr. 23, 80802 München.

  •  28.-30. November 2012. XXXV Congreso del GIREA: Los espacios de la esclavitud y de la dependencia en la Antigüedad. Madrid

    Programm

    28. November

    9:00 Uhr Inauguración del coloquio

    10:00 Uhr Pausa

    10:15-11:30 Uhr:

    A. Domínguez Monedero, UAM: "Santuarios y esclavitud en la Grecia antigua: los espacios de la dependencia en los ámbitos cultuales".

    M. Cruz Cardete del Olmo, UCM: "La construcción del paisaje como arma de control político: el caso de la Arcadia arcaico-clásica".

    C. Annequin, Univ. de Grenoble, ISTA, Besançon: "Les cultes dans l’espace de la cité grecque : Organisation territoriale et différenciations sociales".

    F. Echeverría Rey, UCM: "Servidores y dependientes en la iconografía militar griega arcaica".

    S. Rebordea Morillo, Universidad de Vigo: "El espacio religioso de la maternidad en la Antigua Grecia".

    11:30 Uhr Pausa - Café

    12:00-13:15 Uhr

    M.C. Charpentier & R. Barthe-Deloizy, Univ. Franche-Compté, Besançon & Université Jules Verne Picardie: "Le corps de l’esclave en Grèce ancienne: Espace de la représentation ou représentation d’un espace?".

    A. Serghidou, Univ. de Creta: "L’Esclavage hors murs. Déplacements et situassions d’asservissement chez Hérodote".

    Elsa Rodríguez Cidre, Universidad de Buenos Aires-CONICET: "Espacios en conflicto y márgenes de acción de las cautivas de guerra en Eurípides".

    Diego Paiaro, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento-CONICET & Mariano Requena, Universidad de Buenos Aires-CONICET: "Muchas veces pegarías a un ateniense creyendo que era un esclavo»... (Ps.-Xen. Ath. 1.10). Espacios democráticos y relaciones de dependencia en la Atenas Clásica".

    J. Gallego, Univ. de Buenos Aires: "La expulsión del espacio político y las nuevas formas de dependencia en la Atenas de finales del s. V a.C.".

    13:15 Uhr Debate

    14:00 Uhr Comida

    16:00-17:30 Uhr

    M. Valdés, UCM: "La renovación de la dependencia en el s.IV: los espacios de thetes y misthotoi".

    M. Moggi, Università degli studi di Siena: "Aristotele e la schiavitù a Creta".

    M. Nafissi, Università di Perugia: "La krypteia spartana e la guerra contro Messeni ed iloti".

    J. Bintliff, Leiden University: "The Spaces of Dependency in Southern Greece: Landscape and tied labour from the Mycenaean era till the Middle Byzantine period".

    J. Pascual, UAM: "Poleis y comunidades dependientes en Grecia central y Tesalia".

    Adam Pałuchowski, Université de Wrocław, Pologne: "L’ancrage spatial comme indicateur du type d’assujettissement en Crète aux époques classique et hellénistique".

    17:30 Uhr Pausa - Café

    18:00-19:00 Uhr

    Guy Labarre, Univ. de Franche-Comté, Besançon: "Autour et au coeur du banquet : les espaces de la servitude".

    B. Antela, UAB: "Esclavismo y dependencia en la campaña de Alejandro".

    A. Lozano, UCM: "La esclavitud en el ámbito religioso del Oriente griego. Diferencias conceptuales y terminológicas".

    D. Gómez Castro & T. Ñaco del Hoyo, UAB: "Agitar la guerra para construir la paz. Facciones internas, potencias externas y las póleis de Asia Menor: un estudio comparativo (ss.IV-I a.C.)".

    19:00 Uhr Debate

    29. November

    9:00-11:00 Uhr

    C. García Mac Gaw, Univ. de Buenos Aires: "Revueltas esclavas en Roma y espacios de libertad".

    N. Pinzone, Università degli Studi di Mesina: "Tra città e campagna: aspetti spaziali delle rivolte servili siciliane".

    A. Duplá, Universidad del País Vasco: "¿Peor que un esclavo? Hostis publicus en la época ciceroniana".

    P. Desideri, Università di Firenze: "Gli spazi del fugitivus".

    F. Reduzzi, Univ. degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: « I luoghi della dipendenza die gladiatores: dai "ludi" all'arena".

    R. Arcuri, Università degli Studi di Mesina: "Per Italiam servilis belli semina (Tac. ann. IV 27, 1): gli spazi italici della schiavitù in età tiberiana tra economia e società".

    Mª José Hidalgo, Universidad de Salamanca: "Espacios de marginalidad, resistencia y dependencia en la novela grecoromana"

    A. Gonzales, Univ. de Franche-Comté, Besançon: "Los territorios de la esclavitud en la filosofía estoica".

    11:00-11:30 Uhr Pausa - Café

    11:30-13:15 Uhr

    Bassir Amiri, ISTA, Besançon: "L’autel funéraire d’un affranchi de la domus augusta".

    M. Garrido-Hory, ISTA, Besançon: "L’espace du domestique aux deux premiers siècles de l’Empire romain".

    R. Cid, Univ. de Oviedo: "La domus y la mater familias. Espacios simbólicos y reales de la dependencia femenina".

    J. Alvar, UC3M: "Servidumbre religiosa y estatuto servil en el isismo romano".

    A. Pedregal, Univ. de Oviedo: "Tras las fauces de la dependencia. El cristianismo primitivo y la sub/versión femenina del ámbito doméstico".

    M. Mazza, Università de "la Sapienza", Roma: "Coloni, inquilini, servi nei domini signorili della Tarda Antichità".

    M. Rodríguez Gervás, Univ. De Salamanca: "Territorialidad y dependencia en el epistolario de Agustín de Hipona".

    13:15 Uhr Debate

    14:00 Uhr Comida

    16:00-17:30 Uhr

    Marie-Rose Guelfucci, ISTA, Besançon: "Rome et les espaces de la dépendance (IIIe– IIe siècles av. J.-C.) : conquêtes territoriales ou/et modes d’administration du politique dans les Histoires de Polybe".

    D. Mattingly, University of Leicester: "Slaves and Roman Imperialism: some reflections".

    G. Cruz Andreotti, Universidad de Málaga: "La geografía antigua como espacio de desigualdad"

    Almudena Orejas, CSIC: "División, distribución y uso de la tierra en suelo provincial romano: desigualdades territoriales, desigualdades sociales".

    María Ruiz del Árbol, CSIC: título por confirmar

    Inés Sastre, CSIC: "Espacios rurales y relaciones de dependencia en el Occidente del Imperio romano".

    17:30-18:00 Uhr Pausa - Café

    18:00-19:00 Uhr

    R. Hingley, Durham University, UK: "The architecture of the roundhouse in Roman Britain as a measure of social hierarchy".

    J. Mangas, UCM: "Los esclavos en el espacio de las salinas".

    E. García Fernández, UCM: "Onomástica y expresión de la dependencia en el espacio urbano. Una revisión".

    O. Olesti y C. Carrera, UAB: "De servus a propietario agrícola: el esclavo en el mundo de la producción anfórica en el Ager Barcinonensis".

    19:00 Uhr Debate

    30. November

    9:00-10:15 Uhr

    Julien Demaille, Univ. de Franche-Comté: "Esclaves et affranchis sur le territoire de la colonie romaine de Dion (Piérie, Macédoine)".

    Virginie Alibert, Univ. de Franche-Comté: "Flux d’esclaves syriens dans l’Occident romain : cartographies, typologies fonctionnelles et imaginaires".

    R. Martínez Lazy, Universidad de Méjico: "Los esclavos en el segundo templo de Jerusalén".

    M. Álvarez Martí-Aguilar, Universidad de Málaga: "Dependencias religiosas y políticas en el mundo fenicio peninsular: el papel del templo de Melqart en Gadir".

    J. Lomas Salmonte, Universidad de Cádiz: "Poder y dependencia en la España visigótica".

    10:15 Uhr Pausa - Café

    10:45-12:00 Uhr

    M. Lévêque, Univ. Franche-Compté: "Entre Sparte, Athènes et Rome aux XVIII-XIXe siècles. Égalité et inégalités dans l’espace politique: du bon usage du référent antique dans la construction du modèle démocratique moderne".

    A. Iriarte Goñi, Univ. del País Vasco: "Le miracle grec y sus notables servidumbres".

    C. Fornis, Univ. de Sevilla: "Los espacios no griegos del hilotismo: el caso británico".

    A. Prieto, UAB: "Desigualdad social y política en El viaje de los comediantes".

    Rudy Chaulet, ISTA, Besançon: "Esclavitud y explotación minera en América del Sur: los territorios de la dependencia".

    12:00 Uhr Debate

    13:00 Uhr Clausura del coloquio

    14:00 Uhr Comida

  •  11. Dezember 2012, 17:00 Uhr: Shaun Tougher, Cardiff: "Eunuchs as Generals in the Later Roman Empire: the Case of Narses". Vortrag im Rahmen der Classics Research Workshops, Department of Classics, University of Nottingham (in association with the Centre for Late Antique and Byzantine Studies, University of Nottingham). Ort: Humanities Building, Room A3.

 

Ausblick 2013:

  •  13. Februar 2013, 17:10 Uhr: Dr, David Lewis, University of Edinburgh: "The Aegean Slave Trade in the Fifth to Fourth Centuries BCE: Achaemenid Anatolia as a Case Study". Vortrag im Rahmen des Classics Research Seminar, School of History, Classics, and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh. Raum: Meadows Lecture Theatre, William Robertson Wing, Teviot Place, University of Edinburgh.

  •  22. Februar 2013, 17:30 Uhr: Dr. Kostas Vlassopoulos, Nottingham: "Epigraphies of Slavery". Vortrag bei der Oxford Philological Society. Raum: Lecture Room 23, Balliol College, University of Oxford.

  •  21. März 2013, 15:00 Uhr: Elisabeth Herrmann-Otto, Trier: "Sklavenfreilassungen und die Interessen der Erben". Vortrag im Rahmen der Konferenz „Inheritance and Conflict - A Cross-Cultural Approach to Succession Strategies and Conflicts in the Ancient and Medieval Mediterranean and Near East“ am Collège de France, 11, place Marcelin Berthelot, 75005 Paris.

  •  21. März 2013, 16:55 Uhr: Myles Lavan, St. Andrews:, "Manumission, enfranchisement and the Claudian census figure". Vortrag im Rahmen des Research Seminar, Dept. of Classics and Ancient History, University of Manchester. Raum: Samuel Alexander Building, S2.9, University of Manchester.

  •  19. April 2013, 16.45: Lindsay Penner: "Slaves and Freed Slaves of the Julio-Claudians: The Gendered Household?" Vortrag im Rahmen der Konferenz "Public and Private in the Roman House and Society" an der Universität Helsinki, Suomen Laki-auditorium, Porthania (Yliopistonkatu 3).

  •  23. Mai 2013, 16:55 Uhr: Kirsty Jenkins, Manchester: "Comparing slaves and servants in Roman and Medieval Japanese comedy". Vortrag im Rahmen des Research Seminar, Dept. of Classics and Ancient History, University of Manchester. Raum: Samuel Alexander Building, S2.9, University of Manchester.

  •  27.-28. Mai 2013: 7th Rethymnon International Conference on the Ancient Novel (RICAN 7): "Slaves and Masters in the Ancient Novel". Ort: Department of Philology (Division of Classics), University of Crete, Rethymnon.

    Programm

    27. Mai 2013

    Morgenprogramm (ab 10:00 Uhr)

    John Hilton, KwaZulu-Natal: "Transitions in Status in the Ancient Novels: From Slavery to Mastery and Back".

    Koen de Temmerman, Gent: "Enslaved Heroes and their Masters: Rhetorical Control in the Ancient Greek Novel and Beyond".

    William Owens, O.S.U.: "The Greek Novel Callirhoe: By a Freedman Author for Freedmen Readers?"

    Stephen Trzaskoma, New Hampshire: "The Dynamics of Submission and Slavery in Xenophon of Ephesus' Ephesiaca".

    Ken Dowden, Birmingham: "Slavery and Despotism in Iamblichos' Babyloniaka".

    Abendprogramm (ab 18:00 Uhr)

    Alain Billault, Paris-Sorbonne: "Achilles Tatius, Slaves and Masters".

    Ewen Bowie, Oxford: "Masters, Slaves and Freedom: a Mytilenean Perspective".

    Silvia Montiglio, Johns Hopkins: "They Get By Without a Little Help From their Slaves: Chariclea and Theagenes".

    John Morgan, Swansea: "Phaedrus and Phaedra: Mistresses and Servant-women in Heliodoros".

    28. Mai 2013

    Morgenprogramm (ab 10:00 Uhr)

    John Bodel, Brown: "Liber esto: Free Speech at the Banquet of Trimalchio".

    Costas Panayotakis, Glasgow: "Beauty and the Slave in Petronius".

    Regine May, Leeds: "Photis: Comic Slave or Elegiac Mistress?"

    Michael Paschalis, Crete: "Masters and Slaves in [Lucian's] Onos and Apuleius' Metamorphoses".

    Abendprogramm (ab 18:00 Uhr)

    Sonia Sabnis, Reed College: "Allegories of Mastery in the Works of Lucian".

    Stelios Panayotakis, Crete: "The Master's Wrath: Slavery in Apollonius of Tyre".

    Jeremy Lefkowitz, Swarthmore College: "Reading the Aesopic Corpus: Slavery and Freedom in Representations of Fable-telling in the Life of Aesop".

    Steven Smith, Hofstra: "Slavery and Cosmic Order in Theodoros Prodromos (Rhodanthe and Dosikles 7.355-399)".

    Weitere Informationen: www.philology.uoc.gr/conferences/RICAN/7/

  •  30. Mai 2013, 11:30 Uhr: Walter Scheidel, "Slavery and Forced Labor in Ancient China and the Ancient Mediterranean". Vortrag im Rahmen der Konferenz "Work, Labor and Professions in the Roman World". Ghent University, Het Pand (Rector Blancquaert zaal) Onderbergen 1, 9000 Gent, Belgien.

  •  30. Mai 2013, 12:00 Uhr: Arjan Zuiderhoek, "Slavery, unfree Labour and wage Labour in the Roman East/Roman Asia Minor ". Vortrag im Rahmen der Konferenz "Work, Labor and Professions in the Roman World". Ghent University, Het Pand (Rector Blancquaert zaal) Onderbergen 1, 9000 Gent, Belgien.

  •  3. Juni 2013, 17:10 Uhr: Public Lecture on World Slavery from Antiquity to the Present (a series sponsored by the School of History, Classics, and Archaeology): Professor Walter Scheidel, Stanford: "Slavery and Forced Labour in Ancient China and the Ancient Mediterranean". Vortrag im Rahmen der Classical Lectures, Seminars, and Workshops at the School of History, Classics, and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh. Teviot Lecture Theatre, Old Medical School, University of Edinburgh.

     

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