Late Roman and Early Byzantine Politics Day

Macquarie University, Wednesday November 28th

Museum of Ancient Cultures (29 Wally’s Walk, Building X5B, Level 3)

Following on from the success of last year’s inaugural Late Roman and Early Byzantine Politics Day at Macquarie University, on Wednesday November 28th 2018 a second event will be held on this theme.  This is an informal work-in-progress day, offering the opportunity for scholars in Sydney and beyond working on the politics of this period to meet, share papers on their research and exchange ideas.

Papers of up to 25 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 by Friday October 26th.

In order to fund the cost of catering for the day, a registration fee of $20 (payable in cash on the day) will be asked of all attendees. Receipts will be available for tax purposes.

Space is limited, however, so please RSVP by Monday November 19th to confirm attendance, even if not giving a paper.

Exact starting and finishing times will be determined by the number of papers. All welcome!

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