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Department of Classical Studies pres.

Connectivity, Mobility, and Scale in the Ancient Western Mediterranean: A Symposium

Friday events are free & open to the public. Saturday events are by RSVP-only and intended primarily for graduate students and faculty of the University of Michigan.

Friday, February 14

3 - 4:00 pm: Graduate Student Posters
Graduate posters also on display throughout the day on Saturday

4 - 6:00 pm: Public Symposium (Part I)

Introduction: Linda Gosner (University of Michigan)
Peter van Dommelen (Brown University)
Miguel Ángel Cau (University of Barcelona)
Against the Grain: Transversal and Micro-Connectivities in the Ancient Western Mediterranean
Pre-Circulated Paper Workshop

Saturday, February 15

Please note: If you plan to attend the workshop please RSVP and contact Linda Gosner ( to access the pre-circulated papers.

Morning Session (9-12:20 am)

9-9:10: Introduction: Jeremy Hayne (Independent Scholar)
9:10-9:50: Anthony Russell (Independent Scholar)
10-10:40: Jeremy Hayne (Independent Scholar)
10:50-11:30: Catherine Steidl (Koç University)
11:40-12:20: Jessica Nowlin (UT Austin)
Lunch Break (12:20-2pm)

Afternoon Session (2-5pm)

2-2:40: Giulia Saltini Semerari (Museum of Anthropological Archaeology, University of Michigan)
2:50 – 3:00: Linda Gosner (University of Michigan)
3:10-3:50: Catalina Mas (University of Barcelona)
4-4:40: Alejandro Sinner (University of Victoria)
4:40-5: Closing Comments: Peter van Dommelen and Miguel Ángel Cau
Closed Discussion About Publication (5-6)

Symposium (Part II)
Thursday, February 27

TBD: Graduate Student Discussion with Tamar Hodos (University of Bristol)

4-6 pm: Public Symposium (Part II) – Tamar Hodos (University of Bristol)

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