Identity: Past & Present -8th CRASIS Annual Meeting - Groningen
8th CRASIS Annual Meeting: Groningen, 8 March 2019
Identity: Past & Present
You are cordially invited to our 8th Annual Meeting, on Friday March 8th. With this, we proudly present our programme (below) and our keynote speaker, Dr Louise Revell, Associate Professor in History at the University of Southampton.
Registration & Practicalities
The Annual Meeting takes place in the Court Room of the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies (Oude Boteringestraat 38). The venue is easily reached on foot (ca. 20 minutes) or by bus (bus stop at Grote Markt or Oude Ebbingestraat) from the Groningen central railway station.
Attending only the keynote lecture (17:30-18:30h) is free of charge and no registration is required.
Students can earn 1 ECTS
Students of the Dutch research schools OIKOS and ARCHON can earn 1 ECTS by attending the Annual Meeting and writing a short report on it. Please state in your registration e-mail whether you would like to participate in this way. NB: those participating in the 8th CRASIS Master Class already earn ECTS for attending and cannot extend this by writing a report.
08.30-09.00 Coffee, tea, and registration
09.00-09.15 Opening remarks and welcome
09.15-09.55 Mark Thatcher (Boston College)
‘Defining Identities in Fifth-Century Syracuse’
09.55-10.35 Ulrike Krotscheck (Evergreen State College)
‘‘Greek’ Identity in the Black Sea: The Case of Ancient Sinope’
11.00-11.40 Olivia Elder (University of Cambridge)
‘Lingua Romana: the vocabulary of Roman identity’
11.40-12.20 Federico Santangelo (University of Newcastle)
‘Municipal Identities in Late Republican Italy’
12.20-13.00 José Luís Brandão (University of Coimbra-CHEC) & Cláudia Teixeira (University of Évora-CECH)
‘Reshaping Roman identity in the Context of the Pax Romana: Essentialism vs. Universalism’
14.15-14.55 Laura Carrara (Universität Tübingen)
‘Shaken Identities: The Effects of Rhetoric in Times of Crisis. The Case of Aelius Aristides and Smyrna (177/8 AD)’
14.55-15.35 Susanne Luther (University of Groningen)
‘Identity Formation through an Ethics of Speech’
16.00-16.40 Pierluigi Leone Gatti (Università di Napoli “L’Orientale”)
‘The Epistula Annae ad Senecam: A Jewish Letter to the Pagans’
16.40-17.20 Jeroen Wijnendaele (Ghent University)
‘“Kingship, Ethnicity and Identity (or How None Of These Mattered)” -The case of Odoacer (c. 476-493 CE)’
17.20-17.30 Short break
17.30-18.30 Keynote lecture by Louise Revell (University of Southampton)
We hope to see many of you there!
--on behalf of the CRASIS team
University of Groningen