Past Events

 

18th Conference of the European Research Network Plutarch

Plutarch and the Ancient Religious Landscape: Paganism, Christianity, Gnosis, and Mystery Cults

September 27-29 at Groningen University

With a conference paper by Inger Kuin.

Registration information and preliminary program available here.

Hellenistic Workshop

September 12-14, 2017 at Groningen University

Organised by Jacqueline Klooster, with a response paper by Inger Kuin.

Registration information and preliminary program available here.

After the Crisis International Conference

Remembrance, Re-anchoring, and Recovery in the Ancient World

December 15-17 at Groningen University

Keynote speaker: Tim Whitmarsh (Cambridge)

Interdisciplinary Workshop 

Strategies of Remembrance in Greece Under Rome

October 19-21 at Netherlands Institute at Athens

Registration information and preliminary program available here.

 

CRASIS Ancient World Seminar

Monday May 23, 16:15h-17:30h, Oude Boteringestraat 38, room 130

Inger Kuin (Groningen) & Jacqueline Klooster (Groningen): “What is a crisis? The rhetoric of crisis and order”

All welcome. More information available here.

History Around Noon

Wednesday May 18, 12:00h-12:45h, Harmony Building 1312.0013

Christina Williamson (Groningen): “Commanding Views: Monumental Landscapes and Territorial Formation in the Pergamon Kingdom”

All welcome.

Text In Context-Day

Friday April 22, 11:00h-17:30h, 1315.0043/ 1315.0036 Harmony Building

Theme: Flavius Josephus

More information, including the program, available here.

Impact of Empire Work-in-Progress-Day

Friday, April 1, 10:30h-18:15h, A7 Academy Building

Keynote speaker: Barbara Borg (Exeter)

For more information and registration go here.

History Around Noon Lunch Meeting

Tuesday, March 29, 12:00-13:00h, Harmonie, room 1315.037

Inger Kuin (RUG): “After the Crisis: Memory and Change in the Roman East (1st c. BCE – 1st c. CE)”

Annual Mediterranean World Lecture 2016

Tuesday, March 15, 18:00h-20:00h, Zernike Zaal Academy Building

Greg Smith (Central Michigan University): “Body, Souls, and Spirits in the Premodern Mediterranean World. An Annotated History”

For more information go here.

CRASIS Ancient World Seminar

Monday, March 14, 16:15h-17:30h, Oude Boteringestraat 38, room 130

Rebecca Sweetman (St. Andrews): “Opportunity beyond adversity: The rise and rise of the Roman and Late Antique Cyclades”

Guest Lecture

Thursday, March 3, 13:00h-15:00h, Harmonie, room 1315.0043

Luuk de Blois (Nijmegen), “Saving the Empire, or not? The rule of the emperor Gallienus in fifteen years of crisis (253-268)” in the course “The Roman Empire in the Third Century”

CRASIS Ancient World Seminar

Monday, February 22, 16:15h-17:30h, Oude Boteringestraat 38, room 130

Steve Mason (Groningen): “The Flavian Triumph”

CRASIS Annual Meeting and Masterclass

Thursday, February 11 – Friday, February 12, Groningen University

Keynote speaker and master: Benjamin Wright (Lehigh University, Pennsylvania)

For more information and the program go here.

CRASIS Ancient World Seminar

Monday, January 18, 16:15h-17:30h, Oude Boteringestraat 38, room 130

Raf Praet (Ghent/Groningen) and Lorenzo Focanti (Ghent/Groningen): “Competing in the present through the distant past: Antiquarianism in the as a means of urban competition in Late Antiquity”

Anchoring Innovation Conference

Thursday, December 17 – Sunday, December 20, Conference Centre Soeterbeeck

For more information go here.

CRASIS Ancient World Seminar

Monday, December 14, 16:15h-17:30h, Groningen University

Martijn van Leusen, Peter Attema (RUG), “The Avellino Event: cultural and demographic effects of the great Bronze Age eruption of Mount Vesuvius”

For more information go here.

Workshop Re-Anchoring After the Crisis: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on War and Memory

Friday December 4, 11:00h-17:00h, Groningen University

For more information go here.

Pitch Your Research-Meeting: Pitch of the After The Crisis Project

Monday November 23, 19:00- 21:45h, Groningen University

For more information go here.

CRASIS Ancient World Seminar

Monday, October 19, 16:15h-17:30h, Groningen University

Muriel Moser (Frankfurt), “The past as a political resource in Greece under Roman rule”

For more information go here.

Study Meeting Digital Antiquities in Groningen

Thursday, October 13, 14:00h, Groningen University

Harmonie Building, room 1312.0007.

For more information see this blog post on our website.

The Beautiful City Guest Lecture

Thursday, September 24, 19:00h-21:00h, Groningen University

Academy Building, room A7

Arjan Zuiderhoek (Gent), “The city of honour”

For more information about Professor Zuiderhoek go here. An abstract of the lecture can be found here.

CRASIS Ancient World Seminar

Monday, September 21, 16:15h-17:30h, Groningen University

Clare Wilde (RUG), “Late Antique Christianity in Crisis: A Quranic Perspective”

For more information go here.