Our second conference, originally scheduled for 9-12 June 2020 in Durham, took place virtually in December 2020, in reduced form.
Synchronous attendance was restricted to project participants, but you can register to hear the recordings.
Wednesday 2 December, 6pm GMT
Irene Selsvold: Assemblages, spatial palimpsests, and the Christianisation of urban space in late antique Asia Minor
Amy Miranda: A spatial art history of Rome’s provinces: Dougga as thirdspace
Lewis Webb: Spectatissima femina? Living and non-living archetypes of female hyper-visibility in Republican Rome
Duncan MacRae: Assembling the Capitoline future
Sara Lindheim: Terminal anxiety: Ovidian puellae, foreign imports, and the space of empire
Evan Jewell: Wayfinding among the living and the dead: monuments, prepositions and spatial identities at Rome
Thursday 3 December, 3pm GMT
Abigail Walker: Narcissus as the embodied landscape: the spatial dynamics between place and protagonist in Ovid’s Metamorphoses and Campanian wall-painting
Edmund Thomas: Spatialities of the Baroque
Sophie Chavarria: Social contacts, intimacy and the identity of ‘ordinary’ women in mid-Republican Rome
Marie Zöckler: Semanticisation of space in Senecan tragedy
Stephanie Frampton: “Vade, liber”: Textual mobility and the poetics of space in Roman book culture