[Image: Roman soldiers in the city centre, ©2016]
This page will display information about related talks, conferences, lectures and exhibitions. Click on the dropdown links above for more information about my own research events.
In July 2018, I hosted an interdisciplinary colloquium at the University of Bristol, supported by the Institute for Greece, Rome and the Classical Tradition: The Body of the Combatant in the Classical World.
I will be speaking at these upcoming conferences/workshops/colloquia:
- Anthropological Approaches to War in the Roman Period, University College London, 9 February 2019
“Becoming-Soldier, Becoming-Warzone in Latin Poetry”
- International Studies Association annual convention 2019, Toronto, 27-30 March 2019.
Roundtable: “Researching War Preparedness: Challenges, Theories and
I recently participated in these events:
- (De)Constructing Masculinity, King’s College London, 2 November 2018
“Virgil’s Camilla: The Performativity of Manliness in Roman Warfare”
- Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in the Reception of the Ancient World, 8-9 November 2018
“Killer Bodies: Depictions of Roman Soldiers in Science Fiction” in collaboration with Bernadette Salem
- Classics TeachMeet, Bristol Classics Hub, University of Bristol, 16 November 2017
- Fragments: A Sharing Day, King’s College, London, 31 July 2017
- Visualising War, University of St Andrews, 14-15 June 2017
“Multiplicity in Lucan’s Civil War“
- Cultures of Anxiety, University of Bristol, 8-9 June 2017
“The Roman Military as an Institution for Anxiety”