University of Manchester
Research Seminar, SECOND SEMESTER, 2006-7
All seminars take place in Humanities Lime Grove Building, Oxford
Road, Room S1.7 and begin at 5pm.
All welcome. For more information, contact ruth.morello AT manchester.ac.uk
Jamie Wood (Manchester), "Isidore of Seville and the history of Rome"
A.R. Birley (Emeritus, Duesseldorf) , 'Religion at Vindolanda'
Bella Sandwell (Bristol), 'Libanius and the Strategic Use of Religious
Ursula Rothe (Manchester), Clothing and identity in the northwest of
the Roman Empire
Liz Potter (Bristol), "Ideas and Ideals of Athens in 19th-c. Britain"
Julia Shear (Glasgow), 'Polis, Demos, and Revolution: Responding to the
Henrik Mouritsen (KCL), 'The power of the Roman people revisited'
Ibrahim Amin (Manchester), "Spears & Suplexes: Grappling from the
Palaestra to the Battlefield"
David Fearn (Corpus Christi College, Oxford), 'Dithyramb, Paean, and
Epinician: The Politics and Diversity of Choral Performance on Greek
Islands of the 5th Century BC'.
Serafina Cuomo (Imperial), 'A Roman engineer's tales'
Esther Eidinow (Manchester), 'Magic on Trial'
Bill Allan (University College Oxford), 'Tragic politics: some myths
and some answers'
Emily Gowers (Cambridge), 'Trees and Family Trees in the Aeneid'
Guy Bradley (Cardiff), 'Romanisation: the end of the peoples of Italy?'
Tony Woodman (Virginia), 'A Covering Note: Catullus 65'