|Date||01 December 2022|
|Time||09:30 - 18:00|
|Location||Oude Boteringestraat 38; Oude Zittingzaal; Groningen University|
Dr. Jeremia Pelgrom
This conference takes place within the framework of the Anchoring Innovation project and is co-sponsored by the RUG Crasis research centre and the Netherlands Institute at Rome (KNIR).
Registration | Coffee & Tea
Opening & Introduction
Jeremia Pelgrom & Marleen Termeer
Hard row to hoe: The implication of agricultural practices and subsistence strategies for study of the Greek colonization in Southern Italy (ca. 800-550 BC.).
Lou Godefroy, VU University (Amsterdam)
Accounting for climate: Assessing the political and economic dimensions of environmental change and land-use during the so-called Greek colonization in Southern Italy.
Taariq Ali Sheik, VU University (Amsterdam)
Bridging the gulf between city and outpost, Phoenician and Greek, friend and foe.
Brien Garnand, NINO (Leiden)
Settlement systems in the Sibaritide area (Italy): continuity and discontinuity between the Hellenistic and the Roman periods.
Martina Cecilia Parini, University of Groningen
Anchoring early Roman colonisation strategies to existing settlement systems in central-southern Italy.
Anita Casarotto & Tesse Stek, University of Groningen
The impact of land division systems on Roman colonial landscapes.
Tymon de Haas, University of Groningen
Aquileia, an obviously innovative colony ... but which innovation?
Michel Tarpin, University of Grenoble | Anchoring Innovation Visiting Fellow
15:30-16:00: Coffee & Tea
‘Not without reason’. Anchoring the role of institutional language in colonial settings.
Michele Valandro, Radboud University (Nijmegen)
Anchoring a 2nd-century-CE colony: the case of colonia Aelia Augusta Italicensium.
Manuel Alejandro González, Pablo de Olavide University (Seville)
Bulwarks of empire or bulwarks of the emperor? Advancing imperial control in and through the colonies.
Anouk Vermeulen, Utrecht University
Imagine no diaspora: Jewish foundation stories in the early Roman empire.
Eelco Glas, University of Groningen
Conference dinner (for participants only)
This workshop is organized by Jeremia Pelgrom (Groningen University) and Marleen Termeer (Radboud University).