Fifth British Egyptology Congress

Fifth British Egyptology Congress

In 2020, the host institution is Durham University; due to COVID-19, Congress will be held online over September and October 2020.
Scents of Mummification and Ancient Egyptian Afterlife

Scents of Mummification and Ancient Egyptian Afterlife

Online workshop scheduled for August 2, 2020, via Zoom.
The Greek Revolution of 1821 and its Scottish and Classical Connections

The Greek Revolution of 1821 and its Scottish and Classical Connections

University of Edinburgh calls for applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship on Scottish Philhellenism.
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships at the University of Edinburgh

British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships at the University of Edinburgh

Prior to their application, applicants should contact a potential mentor in the department to discuss the application.
Eight funded Ph.D. Positions at the University of Urbino

Eight funded Ph.D. Positions at the University of Urbino

The positions advertised include themes in classics, history, and cultural studies. 
The Verona International Summer School in Medieval Palaeography goes online

The Verona International Summer School in Medieval Palaeography goes online

Intensive online course in writing culture from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages (415-1500).
SSEA Scholars’ Colloquium 2020

SSEA Scholars’ Colloquium 2020

The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities extends a call for papers for this year' s Scholars’ Colloquium, to be held virtually 6-8/11/2020.
Postdoctoral Researcher in Digital Humanities

Postdoctoral Researcher in Digital Humanities

The selected candidate will work for the operation of the Graduate Program of “Digital Humanities” of the University of Cyprus.
Greek Epic and Artificial Intelligence

Greek Epic and Artificial Intelligence

Call for papers for a conference exploring early artificial intelligence concepts in Greek epic.
Myths and Societies: A Cross-Cultural and Intertemporal Approach

Myths and Societies: A Cross-Cultural and Intertemporal Approach

CFP for the 4th Annual University of Florida Classics Graduate Student Symposium; paper submissions by September 15th, 2020.
Online Workshop: Digital Coptic

Online Workshop: Digital Coptic

This workshop aims at sharing reports from various Digital Humanities projects in Coptic Studies and promoting collaborations among them.
How ancient cultures perceived mires and wetlands

How ancient cultures perceived mires and wetlands

Voluntary palynologist Pim de Klerk (Museum of Natural History, Karlsruhe) and Hans Joosten (Institute of Botany and Landscape Ecology, Greifswald University) have initiated this research project.
De/Constructing the Body: Ancient and Modern Dynamics

De/Constructing the Body: Ancient and Modern Dynamics

University of Liverpool and University of Bristol are presenting the event “De/Constructing the Body: Ancient and Modern Dynamics”, which will take place on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st July, 2020.
Hellenic Society hardship grants

Hellenic Society hardship grants

The Hellenic Society is offering, on a temporary basis, small hardship grants to those who have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
Institute of Classical Studies: Free online training sessions

Institute of Classical Studies: Free online training sessions

The Institute of Classical Studies is offering two free online training sessions for researchers who would like to learn more about engaging wider publics with their work.
Durham: British Academy Postdocs and Marie Curie Individual Fellowships

Durham: British Academy Postdocs and Marie Curie Individual Fellowships

Durham s Department of Classics & Ancient History invites expressions of interest from candidates with well-developed proposals.
Black Trowel Collective Microgrants

Black Trowel Collective Microgrants

The Black Trowel Collective Microgrants are granted by a collective of archaeologists (from PhD students to faculty members) committed to the active support of archaeology students.
Series of two lectures: “The History of Sustainability in Fashion”

Series of two lectures: “The History of Sustainability in Fashion”

The Hellenic Costume Society invites an old friend and collaborator of the Peloponnesean Folklore Foundation Linda Welters, Professor of Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design at Rhode Island University, to give a short series of two lectures.
Engaging Communities in Cultural Heritage

Engaging Communities in Cultural Heritage

This course draws from the organization's long experience with community engagement through heritage and will discuss several examples from its own and other work.
Wolfson Ancient Warfare Wednesdays

Wolfson Ancient Warfare Wednesdays

This webinar series showcases the latest developments in the field of ancient Greek warfare, providing weekly talks by experts focusing on the major areas of interest in recent scholarship.
Women in Historical and Archaeological Video Games

Women in Historical and Archaeological Video Games

People interested in contributing to the volume are asked to submit a 500-word abstract and selective bibliography by May 29.
Circulating Artefacts (CircArt) project announces job positions

Circulating Artefacts (CircArt) project announces job positions

CircArt's online platform currently focuses on antiquities from Egypt and Sudan. It's designed as a tool for all, irrespective of background or profession, who want to help counteract the looting and trafficking of cultural artefacts.
Egypt’s iconic Christian monuments ‘revealed’ in free online lecture

Egypt’s iconic Christian monuments ‘revealed’ in free online lecture

Lecture on the project that brought to life three spectacular Coptic churches and the earliest painted Christian tomb in Egypt.
SPARTA LIVE Series

SPARTA LIVE Series

A new online series on the history, archaeology and legacy of ancient Sparta.
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