Citizenship has been an intensively debated topic in recent years among historians of the Greek world. The traditional approach has been challenged. Recent works, such as J. Blok, Citizenship in Classical Athens (Cambridge 2017), L. Cecchet and A. Busetto, Citizens in the Graeco-Roman World (Leiden 2017), and A. Duplouy and R. Brock, Defining Citizenship in Archaic Greece (Oxford 2018) have clearly pointed out the necessity of re-discussing the traditional interpretative models of ancient citizenship, on the attempt to overcome the view of citizenship as a condition simply defined by institutions, privileges, rights and duties. This conference aims at bringing together institutional and non-institutional approaches to ancient citizenship, promoting dialogue between scholars who have worked on the institutional aspects of citizenship and those who have worked mainly on its discursive and performative aspects.
Looking at a wide range of source materials from Archaic Greece to the Imperial Age, the conference will provide a venue for discussing the institutions, practices and values that contributed to defining citizen status, while at the same time marking it off from non-citizen status in Greek Antiquity.
Information on participating / attending:
The Conference will take place digitally:
The Keynote will be streamed on www.adwmainz.de and on Youtube. No registration is necessary.
The Sessions will be held on Zoom and will be accessible to registered participants. To register and receive the Zoom Links send an Email until the 22nd of May to email@example.com.
05/26/2021 14:45 - 05/28/2021 11:45
all interested persons
Cultural sciences, History / archaeology, Philosophy / ethics, Social studies
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Conference / symposium / (annual) conference
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event68707
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