Lecture by Roberta Fabiani: Von archivalischen Notizen zu öffentlichen Inschriften. Einige Überlegungen zur strukturierenden Kraft von Zahlen in griechischen Inschriften
At this year's Deutsche Historikertag, as part of a section on The Greeks and the Power of Numbers (Die Griechen und die Macht der Zahlen), EMCC-Professor Roberta Fabiani will be giving a lecture on "Von archivalischen Notizen zu öffentlichen Inschriften. Einige Überlegungen zur strukturierenden Kraft von Zahlen in griechischen Inschriften."
The section takes place on Wednesday, 20th September 2023, from 04:00 - 06:30 pm at Leipzig University, HS19.
For further information visit: Section at the Historikertag
Colloquium in memory of Leandro Polverini, 22nd September 2023, Roma Tre University
Colloquium: Cirene nell'età di Augusto, 15-16th September 2023, University of Perugia
Leandro Polverini (1935 - 2023)
On April 19, 2023, Leandro Polverini, leading scholar of Roman History and one of the founding fathers of EMCC, passed away at the age of 87.
Born in Castelnuovo di Sabbioni (Florence) in 1935 and a graduate from the Catholic University of Milan in 1958 under Albino Garzetti, Leandro Polverini taught at the Universities of Siena (1970-77), Perugia (1977-90), Roma La Sapienza (1990-92) and Roma Tre (1992-2010). Among his main areas of scholarly activity were the Roman History from the republic to the principate and from there to imperial domination, Ancient Historiography, and especially Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century European Historiography on the ancient world.
Related to his openness to the European backdrop of classical studies were Polverini’s initiatives for the internationalization of teaching, understood both as a training tool and as an opportunity to foster the entry of young scholars into the world of research.
Polverini was among the promoters of the Erasmus network between the universities of Perugia, Freiburg, Münster, Ioannina and Innsbruck, active since 1990, which served as the basis for the broader and indeed bold idea of the European Master in Classical Cultures (EMCC), designed and fine-tuned from 2005 to 2008. Leandro Polverini infused the EMCC his genuine enthusiasm, acumen, culture, politeness, friendliness, and refreshing spirit. The EMCC community remembers Leandro Polverini with dear affection. We mourn his passing.
Lecture: Encounters with the Environment in Ancient Greece: The Kopais Corridor in Boiotia (Hans Beck)
Colloquium: The Role of Rome between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages in the Mediterranean Area. Part 2: Different Forms of Urban Competition
A colloquium organised by Universität Hamburg and Università degli Studi Roma Tre takes place from 15-17 February 2023 in the Sala del Consiglio, Dipartimento die Studi Umanistici of the Università degli Studi Roma Tre but can also be joined online with the following link: https://tinvurl.com/4k3ucz86.
8th "Advanced Seminar in Greek Epigraphy"
The 8th "Advanced Seminar in Greek Epigraphy" will take place from 12 to 14 January at the University of Perugia (EMCC partner).
January 26, 2023: Third EMCC Lecture held by Prof. Dr. Ralf von den Hoff.
Epichorios Research Day 2
A herodotal conference organised by Mustafa Sayar will be held in Bodrum on 2-4 November.
Book of Selene Psoma, Corcyra. A City at the Edge of two Greek Worlds, Meletemata 83, 2022.
Conference in honour of Hans-Joachim Gehrke
September 9-10, 2022: Conference in honor of Hans-Joachim Gehrke organized by his international students (2000-2020).
2022 Summer School
June 21-25, 2022: Save the date for the upcoming EMCC Summer School in Toulouse with a public keynote lecture by Prof. Dr. Corinne Bonnet.
May 10, 2022: "Αὐτὰ αὐτάν: an investigation into the bronze tablets from the sanctuary of Demeter in Herakleia (Southern Italy)". A lecture given by Roberta Fabiani in Poznan. Click here for more information.
March 18, 2022: International Colloquium at the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa.
March 1, 2022: The EMCC launches a new series: EMCC Dialogues.
January 20-21, 2022: International Colloquium at the Faculty of Philology at the University of Salamanca. Click here for more information.
January 13, 2022: Second EMCC Lecture held by Prof. Dr. Selene Psoma.
January 28, 2021: First EMCC Lecture held by Prof. Dr. Massimo Nafissi.