CFP: Association of Ancient Historians
The Department of Classical Studies and the Interdepartmental
Program in Greek and Roman History at the University of Michigan
would like to extend a warm invitation to the Annual Meeting of
the Association of Ancient Historians, May 7-9, 2004. The theme
of the conference is “Perceptions of Change: In the Ancient
World, Of the Ancient World.” Participants will address new
approaches to the ancient world from a variety of methodological
and disciplinary perspectives. Session topics are listed below.
Abstracts are sought for the Panel Sessions.
See below for submission details.
Perceptions of Change
Ancient History in Modern National Traditions
Chewing in Context: food, drink and place in classical antiquity
Magic in Greek myth and ritual
Sex and the City (or History at the Intersection of Culture and
Appropriations of Ancient Art: Political Contexts
Warfare and Social Organization.
Documentary Evidence and the Writing of Ancient History
Ancient Economic History for the 21st Century
Law and Social Control
Constantine and His Age: New Interpretations
Please see the conference website
(http://www.lsa.umich.edu/aah/) for more details. Abstracts
should be c.600 words in length and should be submitted by
November 1st, 2003 to Association of Ancient Historians 2004,
Attn: Anne Shore, Classical Studies Department, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003. Abstracts should be
formulated anonymously, and include a cover letter. Although we
would prefer that submissions be related to the proposed panel
topics, we will attempt to accommodate papers on other topics
-- seen in the Canadian Classical Bulletin