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Durham University

Department of Classics and Ancient History


The Spatial Turn in Roman Studies I

University of Auckland, January 22-24 2020. Organised by Amy Russell ( and Maxine Lewis (

Speakers include Diane Favro, Ray Laurence, Nandini Pandey, and Diana Spencer.


Registration is free, but required. There may be a small catering charge, depending on the outcome of our funding applications; participants may also choose to make their own arrangements for meals. Please register by the 10th of January by filling out the form here. The registration form includes a space you may use to inform us of any dietary or access requirements. We aim to meet all requirements. Anyone who needs to bring a dependent child or children with them is welcome to do so, but please let us know in the form or by email as soon as you are aware of the need. The safety and wellbeing of children you bring remains your responsibility.

Virtual attendance

We hope to make some parts of the conference available online for virtual attendees. More information to follow. Please only register using the form above if you plan to attend in person.


The registration form includes a space you may use to inform us of any dietary or access requirements


The conference will begin on Wednesday 22 January 2020 at 9.30am, and conclude on Friday 24 January 2020 at 1.30pm. You can view a draft programme here.

The venue will be in the centre of the University of Auckland City Campus.

All attendees should familiarise themselves with the project Code of Conduct.

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