The Helsinki Research on the Ancient World (HelRAW) seminar was launched in Autumn 2018. The monthly research seminar hosts a guest speaker or several shorter presentations centered around a common theme. The schedule of the seminar and information about the speakers and their topics will be posted here and in the News & Events as the speakers are confirmed.
HelRAW is organized by the SpaceLaw project together with Marja Vierros from the Digital Grammar of Greek Documentary Papyri (PapyGreek) project.
24.8.2018, at 16:15-17:45: Steven Ellis (University of Cincinnati): Context and Complexity in the Social and Structural Making of Pompeii. Auditorium IV, University of Helsinki main building (Unioninkatu 34, 00100 Helsinki).
4.10.2018, at 17:15-18:45: Salvatore Randazzo (Università LUM Jean Monnet): Women's capacity restraints in Rome: between furia mulieris and levitas animi. Auditorium I, University of Helsinki main building (Unioninkatu 34, 00100 Helsinki).
12.11.2018, at 17:15-18:45: Luigi Prada (University of Oxford): Reconsidering Paideia in an Ancient Bilingual Society: Graeco-Egyptian Education in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt. Lecture hall 11, Metsätalo (Unioninkatu 40, 00100 Helsinki).
10.12.2018, at 17:15-18:45: Laura Aho (University of Helsinki): Implying and expressing motives for dedicating in Greek and Roman votive inscriptions and Urpo Kantola (University of Helsinki): Latin Names Written in Greek: Theoretical Question Reflected on Name Catalogues from Early Imperial Lesbos. Auditorium I, University of Helsinki main building (Unioninkatu 34, 00100 Helsinki).
4.3.2019, at 17:15-18:45: Zahra Newby (University of Warwick): TBA