Conference | Seminar
History Graduate Seminar - Early Roman urban networks and urban developments in the provinces
- Friday 29 April 2016
2311 BD Leiden
This session will be chaired by Jerem van Duijl.
Presentations will be given by:
Damjan Donev: "The genesis of the Early Roman urban network of the Danube and the Balkan provinces (2nd century BC to 3rd century AD)"
Karolien Pazmany: "Garrison settlements, Roman towns at the frontier? Urban developments in the provinces of Germania Superior, Raetia and Noricum"
Comments will be provided by Leonor Alvarez Frances (PhD) and Jurgen Zangenberg (expert).
Following the seminar drinks (borrel) will be served in the common room (koffiekamer) of the Johan Huizinga Building (building 1174, ground floor).
All attendants will be invited to take part in the discussion, PhD candidates in particular. Instructions will be in English. Main goal of the Graduate Seminar is to examine issues and questions regarding historical research which is or has been conducted at the Institute for History. All staffmembers of the Institute for History are invited. Discussions are meant to generate useful and stimulating input for all attendants. In order to prepare for the sessions participants are recommended to read a text which is distributed prior to the sessions.