Termine der internationalen Sklavereiforschung 2009

  • 24. Januar 2009, 14.45 Uhr. Laura Proffitt: "Mother-Love in Slavery: Andromache and her son in Euripides". Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Literature (AMPAL) "Sex and the (ancient) City: Love and Friendship in Greece and Rome", Open University, Milton Keynes.
  • 24. Januar 2009, 15.15 Uhr. Chrysanthi Demetriou: "Chaerea in Terence's Eunuchus: sexual status and transformation". Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Literature (AMPAL) "Sex and the (ancient) City: Love and Friendship in Greece and Rome", Open University, Milton Keynes.
  • 28. Januar 2009: The Ancient World in Silent Cinema.

    14.00-16.00 Uhr: Screenings of silent films set in ancient Greece.

    Gezeigt wird u.a.:

    Amour d'esclave (Fr 1907, dir. Alberto Capellani) 7 mins

    Polymos falls in love with a slave girl who dances for him. He dreams of her dancing, wakes and embraces her. His wife orders the slave girl to be taken to the dungeons. Once there, she is offered poison. When Polymos enters to prevent her death she dances for him once more, but dies in his arms. He drinks the poison himself to be united in death with her. His wife enters and is grief-stricken.

    20.00-22.00 Uhr: Screenings of silent films set in ancient Rome.

    Gezeigt werden u.a.:

    Lo Schiavo di Cartagine (IT 1910, dirs. Luigi Maggi, Roberto Omegna and Arturo Ambrosio) 8 mins

    A young slave girl is separated from her lover, a fellow slave, by their brutal master. The master pesters the girl with his attentions and when she rebuffs him, he casts her into a dungeon. Meanwhile the city of Carthage is thrown into a panic when it is rumored that the Romans are about to attack. The populace implore the aid of the priests. They decide that a virgin must be sacrificed to propitiate the gods. The slave master is ordered to choose a girl from his slaves and his choice falls on the girl. She is led to a square where a huge fire has been kindled before the idol of Baal. Her lover succeeds in snatching the girl away. The priests and the populace give chase but are thrown into a panic when the lovers release some lions from their den. The lovers succeed in reaching the seashore and embarking in a boat to a safe refuge.

    Patrizia e Schiava (IT 1919) 11 mins

    Marcella, a Roman matron, buys Afra, an African princess who is instructed to look after Marcella's child. A party of Afra's followers arrive by sea and find her on the seashore, scolding the child; she escapes with them and they take the child. Marcella watches the marauder's ship leaving, pursued unsuccessfully by a boatload of soldiers. Marcella despairs until a friend tells her to ask the gods for help. Marcella leaves gifts at the statue of the Goddess of the Seaand learns where her child is. In a subterranean cave, she hears the child's voice and is reunited. She reaches her litter, where people throw flowers and acclaim her.

    Jone O Gli Ultimi Giorni di Pompei (IT 1913, dirs. Giovanni Enrico Vidali, Ubaldo Maria del Colle) 43 mins

    A young Greek, Glaucus, falls in love with the beautiful Ione who, together with her brother, is under the guardianship of the Egyptian High Priest of Isis. When Glaucus sees the local inn-keeper beating a blind slave-girl, he offers to buy her, an act of kindness that causes the girl to fall in love with him. The Egyptian priest attempts to seduce Ione but Glaucus arrives in time to save her. The priest produces a potion causing insanity, which the blind slave-girl gives to Glaucus believing it to be a love potion. The priest murders Ione's brother, who has converted to Christianity and threatened to reveal the fraudulent nature of his religion. He then frames Glaucus for the murder. Glaucus is thrown to the lions but, before they can attack him, Vesuvius erupts. During the panic, the Egyptian priest is killed, while the blind slave-girl leads Glaucus and Ione to safety. Unable to live without Glaucus, she drowns herself allowing them to live happily together.

    Veranstalter: UCL Department of Greek & Latin. Veranstaltungsort: UCL Bloomsbury Theatre, 15 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0AH.

    Weitere Informationen und genaues Programm unter: www.ucl.ac.uk/GrandLat/newsandevents/events/silentcinema/

  • 18. Februar 2009, 16.00 Uhr. Professor Kate Gilhuly, Wellesley: "Corinthian Prostitutes and the Athenian Imaginary". Department of Classics, University of Reading, Room: Palmer G04.
  • 20. März 2009, 9.45 Uhr. Víctor Revilla, Barcelona: "Wealth, status and liberti in Roman society: an ambiguous relationship" im Rahmen der Konferenz "Just for Show? Displaying Wealth and Performing Status from Antiquity to the Middle Ages". University of Bristol, Department of Classics and Ancient History, Room G12 Victoria Rooms. Weitere Informationen: www.bris.ac.uk/classics/research/conferences/justforshow.html.

  • 23. März 2009, 15.15 Uhr. Dr. Ernst Künzl, Mainz: "Medica : Ein Frauenberuf im Altertum". Université de Fribourg, Département des Sciences de l'Antiquité, Rue Pierre-Aeby 16, salle 1.2.
  • 7.-9. Mai 2009: International Conference on 'Debt and Slavery: the History of a Process of Enslavement', Indian Ocean World Centre (IOWC), Department of History, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

    The conference will cover all geographical areas and time periods. Papers should be in English or French. The deadline for submission of abstracts (title and 1-2 paragraphs) is October 1st, 2008. The review process will be completed by November 1st, 2008. Papers selected for the conference must be submitted no later than March, 1st 2009. A wide range of relevant subjects will be given consideration but prospective participants are asked to give special consideration to the following themes: indebtedness and enslavement; structures of enslavement for debt; legal and religious prescriptions governing servitude for debt; debt bondage; pawnship; the sex and age profile of debt slaves; gender and debt slavery; credit and debt within slavery; debt repayment in slavery; agency for debt-slaves; manumission and liberty for debt slaves. The conference will follow the Avignon model. Papers will be grouped according to theme, and a summary presented by a discussant during sessions devoted to each theme. Individual authors will not present papers; rather, all papers will be posted on the IOWC website (indianoceanworldcentre.com) after 1st February 2009. Each session will involve a presentation by the discussant, followed by general discussion. Therefore, it is essential that all conference-goers be familiar with all of the papers under consideration. In the interests of fostering debate, the number of conference participants will be limited. As it is our intention to publish selected papers, participants must submit only original unpublished material, and grant conference convenors exclusive publication rights to their paper for a period of one year following the conference.

    Registration: The registration fee is $150 US ($60 US for students), payable by 1st March 2009. The late registration fee (after 1st March 2009) is $200 US and $80 US for students (McGill students pay no registration fee). All those interested in participating should complete the application form (at indianoceanworldcentre.com/events/conference08.php) and return by email attachment to: iowc@mcgill.ca or by post to: Gwyn Campbell; Indian Ocean World Centre; Department of History, McGill University; 855 Sherbrooke St. W.; Montreal, P.Q.; Canada H3A 2T7.

    More details are available on the IOWC website indianoceanworldcentre.com

  • 18. Mai 2009, 17.00 Uhr. Elio Lo Cascio, "Marché des esclaves et marché du travail dans le monde romain". INHA Paris, Séminaire commun Gernet-Glotz-Phéacie 2008-09: L'échange et les échanges dans le monde antique. INHA, Salle Walter Benjamin.
  • 26. Mai 2009, 18.00 Uhr. Juan-Pablo Lewis, Edinburgh/Berlin: "Sklaverei und Humanität - eine neue Voraussetzung für eine alte Frage". Universität Bielefeld, Fakultät für Geschichtswissenschaft, Philosophie und Theologie - Abteilung Geschichte. Althistorisches Kolloquium. Universität Bielefeld, Universitätsgebäude (UHG) R 2149.
  • 27. Mai 2009, 14.30 Uhr. Myles Lavan, Sidney Sussex College: "Slavishness in Britain and Rome". Day of seminars on Tacitus' Agricola. Faculty of Classics, Faculty Building, Sidgwick Avenue, University of Cambridge.

  • 28. Mai 2009, 17.00 Uhr. Hugh Bowden, KCL: "Eunuch priests in the Roman cult of Magna Mater". University of Manchester, Classics & Ancient History Dept Research Seminars, Samuel Alexander Building, Room S.1.7.
  • 15. Juni 2009, 16.00 Uhr. Prof. Dr. Éva Jakab, Szeged: "Serva, liberta, domina. Frauen in den Tabulae Pompeianae Sulpiciorum". Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Fachbereich 03: Rechts- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Lehrstuhl für Bürgerliches Recht und Römisches Recht. Universität Mainz, Haus Recht und Wirtschaft II (Altbau), Hörsaal II.
  • 30. Juni 2009, 18.00 Uhr. PD Dr. Christian Mann, Basel: " The Roman Way of Death? Gladiatoren im Osten des Imperium Romanum und die Frage der Romanisierung ". Universität Stuttgart, Historisches Institut, Abteilung Alte Geschichte. Universität Stuttgart, Heilbronner Straße 7, Raum M 7.011.
  • 7. Juli 2009, 11:15 Uhr. Kostas Vlassopoulos, University of Nottingham: "Free spaces: contexts of interaction between citizens, metics and slaves in classical Athens". Communities and Networks in the Ancient Greek World. Department of Classics, Trinity College Dublin. Komplettes Programm und weitere Informationen: www.tcd.ie/Classics/cnagw/index.php.
  • 7. Juli 2009, 14.30 Uhr. C. W. Marshall, University of British Columbia: "A Perfect World: a sociology of sex slavery in Roman Comedy". Pacific Rim Roman Literature Seminar 2009: "Utopia and Dystopia in Roman Literature". University College London, Archaeology Lecture Theatre. Weitere Information und Anmeldung bei: g.manuwald@ucl.ac.uk.
  • 7. Juli 2009, 14:45 Uhr. Peter Hunt, University of Colorado, Boulder: "Ethnic identity among slaves at Athens". Communities and Networks in the Ancient Greek World. Department of Classics, Trinity College Dublin. Komplettes Programm und weitere Informationen: www.tcd.ie/Classics/cnagw/index.php.

  • 24.-29. August 2009. Fédération internationale des Associations d'études classiques - International Federation of the Societies of Classical Studies. Kongress Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

    Panel 1: Images, Texts, Reality

    Anise A. G. D'O. Ferreira, State University of São Paulo, Araraquara / Catholic University of São Paulo: "Labor and technai in the language of Artemidorus' dreams".

    Panel 2: Language of the Body

    Anastasia Serghidou, Université de Crète: "Corps serviles et marques de dégradation en Grèce ancienne".

    Panel Panel 7: Classical Antiquity and Modern Mass Media

    Anja Wieber, Dortmund: "Sklaven am Ruder? - zur filmischen Darstellung antiker Sklaverei".

    Panel 8: Comparative History: Greece, Romans and Others

    Fábio Duarte Joly, Federal University of the Bahian Reconcavo, Brasil; Rafael de Bivar Marquese, University of São Paulo, Brasil: "Slavery, manumission and citizenship in comparative perspective: Early Roman Empire and nineteenth-century Brazil".

    Panel 9: Trade in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt

    Hélène Cuvigny, Paris: "La prostitution dans les garnisons romaines du désert Oriental égyptien".

    Panel 12: Social and Political Dimensions of Kinship: Family, Neighbourhood, City

    Winfried Schmitz, Universität Bonn: "Familie und Nachbarschaft im archaischen und klassischen Griechenland".

    Panel 13: Urban Spaces

    Laura Chioffi, Università di Napoli: "Congressus in venalicio: spazi urbani e mercato degli schiavi a Roma e a Capua".

    Komplettes Programm und weitere Informationen: www.fiec2009.org/index.html

  • 9. September 2009, 9:00 Uhr. Youval Rotman, Yale: "Byzantium and the Medieval Traffic in Slaves: 9th-12th centuries". Universität Trier, Arye Maimon Institut. Universität Trier, Max-Weber-Saal (Campus 2). Komplettes Programm der Tagung und weitere Informationen: med-slavery.uni-trier.de/minev/MedSlavery.
  • 9. September 2009, 10:00 Uhr. Johannes Pahlitzsch, Berlin / Mainz: "Sklaverei in Byzanz zur Zeit der Palaiologen". Universität Trier, Arye Maimon Institut. Universität Trier, Max-Weber-Saal (Campus 2). Komplettes Programm der Tagung und weitere Informationen: med-slavery.uni-trier.de/minev/MedSlavery.
  • 18. September 2009, 9:00 Uhr. David Lambert, St. Andrews: "Salvian, the Bacaudae, and Roman citizenship". Universität Augsburg, Hollbau, Im Annahof 4, Augsburg.

  • 24. September 2009, 12:00 Uhr. Jens Barschdorf, München: "Die wirtschaftliche Bedeutung von Freigelassenen in der Spätantike". Humboldts studentische Konferenz der Altertumswissenschaften, Humboldt-Univerität zu Berlin, Philosophische Fakultät III, Institut für Archäologie. Tagungsort: Seminargebäude am Hegelplatz (Dorotheenstr. 24). Weitere Information unter: hsk-altertum.hu-berlin.de/teil.
  • 30. September - 3. Oktober 2009. "Dipendenza ed emarginazione nel mondo antico e moderno - Dépendance et marginalisation de l'antiquité à l'âge contemporaine". XXXIII. Kolloquium der Groupe de Recherche sur l'Esclavage dans l'Antiquité (GIREA). Veranstaltungsorte: Neapel und Ascea.

    30. September

    Facoltà di Giurisprudenza, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Aula Pessina

    16:00 Uhr

    Eröffnung und Begrüßung

    D. Placido, Universidad Complutense de Madrid: "Los límites de la marginación en la formación del cuerpo cívico ateniense"

    J. Annequin, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon: "De l'esclavage à la marginalité: une forme de déviance sociale? Le discours de la fiction"

    O. Pétré Grenouilleau, Institut d'études politiques de Paris: "La place de l'esclavage dans les formes de dépendence et d'exploitation: une situation marginale?"

    F. Reduzzi Merola, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: "Dipendenza e schiavitù: integrazione, emarginazione e diritto"

    1. Oktober

    Fondazione Alario (Ascea)

    9:30 - 11:30 Uhr

    R. Pierobon, Università di Napoli-Federico II: "Tracce archeologiche della schiavitù"

    M.R. Guelfucci, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon: "Marginaliser l'adversaire: indépendance et stratégies politiques en Grèce et à Rome (Ve-IIe av. J.-C.)"

    A. Lozano, Universidad Complutense de Madrid: "Ser o sentirse esclavo. La esclavitud espiritual entre los griegos"

    J. Roy, University of Nottingham: "Le bérger, un personnage en marge de la société greque classique"

    M. A. Valdés Guía, Universidad Complutense de Madrid: "Dependencia y marginación en Homero y en Hesíodo"

    A. Paradiso, Università della Basilicata: "Le città degli schiavi"

    A. J. Dominguez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid: "Dependencia y marginación de las poblaciones indígenas de la Sicilia griega"

    M. Rodriguez Gervás, Universidad de Salamanca: "Prisión, pobreza y dependencia en el siglo IV: Libanio"

    C. Fornis, Universidad de Sevilla: "Espartiatas e hilotas en la Revolución francesa"

    11:45 - 13:30 Uhr

    C. Brunet, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon: "Création lexicale de la marginalité dans le Satiricon de Pétrone"

    A. Gonzales, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon: "L'invention de marginalisation à travers la catégorisation statutaire: le cas du statut d'incertain chez Pline le Jeune"

    P. Jaillette, Université de Lille 3-Charles De Gaulle: "Les esclaves ruraux dans la législation de l'époque romaine tardive: quelques observations"

    A. Pedregal, Universidad de Oviedo: "Secessae Mundi. Márgenes, (in)dependencia, espacios para la trasgresión en el cristianismo primitivo"

    R. Chaulet, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon: "Marginaliser ou réduire en esclavage: le cas des Morisques dans l'Espagne du XVIe siècle"

    G. Imbruglia, Università di Napoli L'Orientale: "Una servitù moderna? Il caso delle riduzioni gesuite e il potere spirituale"

    15:30 - 17:00 Uhr

    M. Bazemo, Université de Ouagadougou: "La marginalisation de l'esclave dans la société peul du Burkina Faso à l'époque précoloniale"

    J. Gallego, Universidad de Buenos Aires-CONICET: "La propuesta del 'Viejo Oligarca' sobre los poneroi y la crisis de la democracia radical ateniense"

    B. Montoya, Universidad de Alicante: "La marginación social como factor de identificación de la esclavitud en la antigüedad"

    B. Amiri, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon: ''Procédures d'analyse et de désignation des incertains dans les oeuvres de Tacite"

    A. Storchi, Università di Napoli Federico II: ''Spartaco nella produzione letteraria tra '800 e '900''

    A. Prieto, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona: "Formas de marginación y dependencia en Roma antigua según el cine"

    17:30 - 18:30 Uhr

    T. J. Chiusi, Universität des Saarlandes: "Mainzer Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur. Forschungen zur antiken Sklaverei: Corpus der römischen Rechtsquellen zur antiken Sklaverei (CRRS)"

    J. Roy , University of Nottingham: "The Institute for the Study of Slavery (ISOS)"

    D. Placido, Universidad Complutense de Madrid: "Groupe International de Recherche sur l'Esclavage dans l'Antiquité (G.I.R.E.A.)"

    18:30 - 19:45 Uhr

    Tavola rotonda coordinata da F. Salerno, Università di Cassino - Prima Parte

    C. Corbo, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: "In tema di mendicitas: una testimonianza giuridica"

    A. Russo, Seconda Università di Napoli: "Sulle controversie di libertà"

    A. Salomone, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: "L'evizione del servo vicario in D.21.2.5 (Paul. 33 ad edictum)"

    P. Santini, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: "Riflessioni in materia di servi publici"

    2. Oktober

    Fondazione Alario (Ascea)

    9:30 - 10:45 Uhr

    V. Viparelli, Università di Napoli Federico II: "Dipendenza ed emarginazione nell'elegia latina"

    A. Binsfeld, Universität Trier: "Emarginazione e integrazione degli schiavi e liberti nei monumenti archeologici"

    D. Pérez Sánchez, Universidad de Salamanca: "Sinecio de Cirene y los bárbaros: dependencia y discriminación"

    G. Labarre, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon: "Bandes armées et dépendance au Ier siècle av. J.-C. d'après les Vies de Plutarque"

    S. Gualerzi, Università di Bologna: "Ovidio: schiavitù senza metamorfosi"

    11:00 - 12:30 Uhr

    S. Reboreda Morillo, Universidad de Vigo: "Madres dependientes en la antigüedad griega"

    M. J. Hidalgo, Universidad de Salamanca: "Libertad, esclavitud y género: la bella fabella de Cupido y Psique"

    C. Jourdain Annequin, Université Pierre Mendès-France, Grenoble: "Espaces et formes de la marginalité au féminin"

    O. Olesti, C. Carreras, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona: "Esclavos y libertos en la producción vinicola y alfarera en el Ager Barcinonensis. De la marginalidad al éxito económico"

    J.-Y. Guillaumin, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon: "Marginalisation et exclusion dans le Corpus gromatique"

    M. Miceli, Università di Palermo: "Sulla capacità patrimoniale degli schiavi"

    17:00 - 18:45 Uhr

    O. Behrends, Universität Göttingen: "Il figlio libero in mancipio fra dipendenza protetta ed emarginazione"

    T. Guard, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon: "La métaphore de l’esclavage dans les discours de Cicéron: un processus de marginalisation politique"

    C. G. Mac Gaw, Universidad Nacional de La Plata-Universidad de Buenos Aires: "Marginación y proselitismo religioso: los circunceliones"

    A. Cernigliaro, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: "Pauperismo, dipendenza, servi della gleba e complessi patrimoniali ecclesiastici"

    A. McClintock, Università del Sannio: "I servi della Dea Pena"

    S. di Salvo, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: "I colpiti da infamia"

    A. Alessandri, Università di Milano Bocconi: "Le moderne forme di schiavitù fra sanzione penale e prassi sociale"

    3. Oktober

    9:30 Uhr

    Tavola rotonda coordinata da F. Salerno, Università di Cassino - Seconda Parte

    M.V. Bramante, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: "Schiavi e mutuo: documenti della prassi"

    A. Caravaglios, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: "Exceptio doli generalis e agire del servus"

    F. Del Sorbo, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: "L'autonomia negoziale dei servi nella prassi giuridica campana: un'applicazione del mandatum pecuniae credendae (TPSulp.48)"

    10:00 Uhr

    Saluto finale: L. Labruna, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

    Considerazioni conclusive: Antonio Gonzales, Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon

    Ausflug nach Paestum

    Flyer zum Tagungsprogramm

    Aktuelle Info: Homepage der Tagung

    Weitere Informationen und Anmeldung bei der Organisatorin Prof. Francesca Reduzzi Merola (reduzzi@unina.it).

  • 22.-23. Oktober 2009: Mercati e mercanti di schiavi fra archeologia e diritto. Convegno interdisciplinare di studi, Università degli Studi di Sassari, Aula Magna dell'Università di Sassari.

    22. Oktober

    9:45-12:00 Uhr

    Giovanni Marginesu, Università di Sassari: "Schiavitù e servitù in Grecia: il caso cretese"

    Attilio Mastino, Università di Sassari: "L'agorà degli italici a Delos".

    Pier Giorgio Floris, Università di Cagliari: "L'onomastica servile".

    Rosanna Ortu, Università di Sassari: "L'approvvigionamento del mercato: attività di pirati e venaliciarii".

    16:15-18:00 Uhr

    Francesca Reduzzi Merola, Università di Napoli Federico II: "Emptiones servorum e auctiones nei mercati campani".

    Paola Ruggeri, Università di Sassari: "I collari di schiavo".

    Raimondo Zucca, Università di Sassari: "Schiavi e liberti a Gades".

    Antonio Ibba, Università di Sassari: "Servi nelle campagne dell'Africa proconsolare. Testimonianze epigrafiche e letterarie".

    23. Oktober 2009

    9:15-10:30 Uhr

    Cristiana Rinolfi, Università di Sassari: "Servus e religio".

    Renata Puggioni, Edgardo Badaracco, Università di Sassari: "Servus fugitivus negli eserciti tardo repubblicani".

    Stefania Fusco, Università di Sassari: "Iniuria servi".

    11:00 Uhr: Paola Ruggeri – Rosanna Ortu, Università di Sassari: Presentazione del progetto di costituzione del Centro Interdisciplinare di Studi su "Forme di dipendenza antiche e moderne nel mondo mediterraneo".

    11:30 Uhr: Andrea Di Porto, Università di Roma "La Sapienza": Relazione conclusiva.

  • 7. November 2009, 9:00 Uhr. Fifth ARACHNE conference: Oikos – familia. The Family in the Ancient Greco-Roman World. Framing the discipline in the 21st century. Session X: Agency, economics and domesticity.

    Lindsay Penner: "Female workers in aristocratic Roman columbaria"

    Lovisa Brännstedt: "Familia urbana of Livilla Drusilla"

    John Starks: "Actresses and the Roman family"

    Anna Sparreboom: "Wet-Nursing in the Roman Empire"

    Tagungsort: University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Komplettes Programm, weitere Informationen und Registration bei arachne@class.gu.se.

  • 4. Dezember 2009: "Hetären. Gespräche - Aspekte antiker Prostitution". Institut für Alte Geschichte und Altertumskunde, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Graz, Universitätsplatz 3.

    Das Bild von der Prostitution in der Antike ist vielfach noch immer geprägt von der Dichotomie zwischen "gemeiner" Hure und "gebildeter" Hetäre. Das Symposium will einerseits die Ausbildung dieser Klischees in der modernen Rezeption und Forschung thematisieren, andererseits sollen die antiken schriftlichen und archäologischen Quellen hinsichtlich dieser Vorstellungen unter verschiedenen Aspekten diskutiert werden.

    9:00 Uhr: Begrüßung und Einführung

    9:20 Uhr: Günther Emerich Thüry, Waldenbuch: "Die gesteinigte Venus. Zur Erforschung der antiken Erotik von der Zeit der Feigenblätter bis zur Sexuellen Revolution".

    10:10 Uhr: Thomas Späth, Bern: "Sex, Geld, Frauenbilder. Hetären zwischen antiken Quellen, Historikerfantasien und TV-Soap".

    11:20 Uhr: Adrian Stähli, Basel: "Imaginäre Gefährtinnen. Hetären in der griechischen Vasenmalerei".

    12:10 Uhr: Ulrike Auhagen, Freiburg: "Hetären in der römischen Komödie"

    15:00 Kai Ruffing, Marburg: "Wirtschaftliche Aspekte der Prostitution in der Römischen Kaiserzeit".

    15:50 Uhr: Peter Trummer, Graz: "'Ein Freund von Zöllnern und Sündigen' (Mt 11,19/ Lk 7,34). Prostitution - eine Randglosse des Neuen Testaments?".

    17:00 Hannes Gießauf, Graz: "'Er hat seinen Samen, aber nicht seine Liebe verschwendet'. Zur Bedeutung von Frauen und Nebenfrauen in Spätantike und Frühmittelalter".

    Information und Anmeldung bei: peter.mauritsch@uni-graz.at

    Tagungsprogramm unter: www-classic.uni-graz.at/altg1www/downloads/Plakatweb.pdf

Stand: 28. Juni 2013