10th Annual Punic Network Graduate Workshop
Saturday, 22 February 2020, 10am – 5pm
A graduate workshop organised by the School of Histories and Humanities.
Trinity College Dublin’s Department of Classics is pleased to announce the 10th Annual Punic Network Graduate Workshop. The Annual Punic Network Graduate Workshop provides students working on Punic and Phoenician topics at Masters and Doctoral level with the chance to showcase their research, and to network with their peers on an international level. This event is supported by the Oxford Centre for Phoenician and Punic Studies (Octopus).
- (9.00-9.30) Registration and coffee
- (9.30-9.45) Introduction
- Morning slot: War and Peace
- (9.45-10.15) Andrzej Dudziński (Jagiellonian University, Krakow) Four strategies of the Carthaginian policy towards Sicily
- (10.20-10.50) Terence M. Hayes (University College London) The Victor Writes the History. The First Punic War – One War or Two?
- (10.55-11.25) Ted Szadzinski (Kings College London) Commanding the Column of Babel: Examining the Issues of Command and Control in the Carthaginian Army of the 3rd Century
- (11.30-11.45) Coffee Break
- (11.50-12.20) Andrew M. Hill (Trinity College Dublin) Cruel, Greedy, and Cunning: Punic stereotyping and Polybius’ view of the Mercenary War
- (12.25-12.45) Tyler Nye (Trinity College Dublin) Hannibal in the Phlegraean Fields: Lakeside within the crater of Avernus
- (12.50-1.20) Oded Haim (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) The Punic Army at the Battle of Zama
- (1.25-1.55) Lunch
- Afternoon slot: Iberia and the Islands
- (2.00-2.30) María de los Reyes López Jurado (University of Seville) Ceramic Unguentaria from the Necropolis of Gadir/Gades (Cádiz, Spain)
- (2.35-2.55) Alessandro Mazzariol (Università degli Studi di Padova) The Phoenician necropolis of Nora (Sardinia, Italy). Analyzing the Phoenician diaspora through a multidisciplinary approach.
- (3.00-3.30) Sonia Carbonell Pastor (University of Alicante) Contact dynamics in Minorca (Balearic Islands, Spain). Thoughts on the funerary sphere of the 2nd half of the 1st millennium BCE
- (3.35-3.50) Final discussion
- (4.00-5.00) Old Library tour
Campus Location: Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute
Room: Neill Lecture Theatre
Event Category: Conferences
Type of Event: One-time event
Audience: Postgrad, Faculty & Staff
Contact Name: Andrew M. Hill
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