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This conference aims to explore Ludwig Wittgenstein's thoughts on the first person, and to consider what implications these thoughts might have for our understanding of the subject and its relation to the world.
A colloquium to discuss the problems and opportunities faced by ancient authors writing about very recent events.
This workshop aims to create a platform for debate between scholars critically engaging the concept of space in postcolonial contexts.
Prison/Exile: Controlled Spaces in Early Modern Europe
10/3/2017 to 11/3/2017
This two-day interdisciplinary conference seeks to explore the relationship between space, identity, and religious belief in the early modern period, through the correlative, yet distinct experiences of imprisonment and exile.
Fractured Stories
Roundtable at Ertegun House, University of Oxford, 10 am, Saturday 25 February 2017
27/1/2017 to 28/1/2017
This two-day conference will bring together international experts to discuss the issue of language and cultural contacts between Ancient Greece and its Eastern Neighbours, (especially the Indo-European populations of Anatolia) in the II and I millennia BC
21/10/2016 to 22/10/2016
This Colloquium will bring together postgraduate and academic researchers to discuss topics related to the interactions between various entitities and individuals across Eurasia during the Hellenistic period (323-31 BCE)