Late Roman and Early Byzantine Politics Day
Macquarie University, November 15th 2017
Building W3A, Room 328 (Moot Court)
I am organising an informal work-in-progress day on the topic of Late Roman and Early Byzantine Politics, to enable scholars of this period in Australasia to meet, hear papers on each other’s research, and exchange ideas.
Papers of up to 30 minutes are invited by academics and advanced graduate students on the topic of late Roman and early Byzantine politics (c. 300-600AD).
Please send prospective titles and a short abstract of up to 100 words to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 13th October 2017.
Registration will be free, with tea and coffee and lunch provided for all attendees, thanks to generous sponsorship by the Ancient Cultures Research Centre at Macquarie University. Space is limited, however, so please RSVP to confirm attendance, even if not giving a paper. Exact starting and finishing times will be determined by the number of papers. All welcome!
Meaghan McEvoy, Department of Ancient History, Macquarie University