A step toward the making of a polycentric European network

This project is the result of collective endeavours that have gathered us, sometimes in an isolated capacity, with members from the Lausanne team (Anne Bielman and Regula Frei-Stolba) and a network of specialists in various fields: medicine in the UK and in Switzerland (Helen King and Véronique Dasen); of economic and social history in Germany (Beate Wagner and Elke Hartman); of classical epigraphy in the Netherlands (Josine Blok); of philology and of the reception of Antiquity in Italy (Annalisa Paradiso); of the mythical imagination in Spain (Ana Iriarte); and, of course, with our colleagues at the Centre Louis Gernet (Stella Georgoudi, Claudia Montepaone, Gabriella Pironti, Louise Bruit, Nathalie Ernoult, or Pauline Schmitt Pantel), at the Université de Strasbourg (Sandra Boehringer, Marie Augier), and at the Université de Toulouse II Le Mirail (Pascal Payen, Adeline Grand-Clément, and Sandra Péré-Noguès). After an initial meeting in Paris in 2007, where we discussed issues brought about by the concept of gender in ancient history (Ernoult/Sebillotte 2007) and a second conference on the posterity of Nicole Loraux’s theses in the field of humanities and social sciences in France and abroad (Ernoult/Sebillotte 2011), we have gone on to carry out several international seminars in residence (Burgundy) on the thematics of gender in the ancient world, thanks to the support of the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, of UMR ANHIMA (http://www.anhima.fr/spip.php?article478), and of the Institut Émilie du Châtelet.


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