'Migrant women in P.Oxy and the port cities of Roman Egypt: tracing women’s travel behaviour in papyrological sources', conference 'Moving Romans. Migration in the Roman Principate', 8-10 January 2014, The Royal

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'Migrant women in P.Oxy and the port cities of Roman Egypt: tracing women’s travel behaviour in papyrological sources', conference 'Moving Romans. Migration in the Roman Principate', 8-10 January 2014, The Royal Netherlands Institute
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  Conference MOVING ROMANS MIGRATION IN THEROMAN PRINCIPATE Starting with a public lecture  on Wednesday Jan. 8th, 6 p.m. Greg Woolf   University of St. Andrews Movers and Stayers. The Limits of Mobility This lecture tries to set some parameters for mobility. It will be argued that the distinctive quality of ancient societies does not reside in an assessment of how mobile everyone was, so much as in how relations were managed between those who moved, and those who stayed at home. Wednesday Jan. 8th - Friday Jan. 10th 2014 The Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome, Via Omero 10-12, 00197 Roma On Thursday and Friday the conference will continue with lectures devoted to such themes as rural-urban mobility, labour migration, the relation between unfree and free mobility, the nature of state-organised mobility, and familial and female mobility. Lectures will be given by Colin Adams; Christer Bruun; Paul Erdkamp; Lien Foubert; Saskia Hin; Claire Holleran; Tatiana Ivleva; Birgit van der Lans; Luuk de Ligt; Elio LoCascio; Saskia Roselaar; Rens Tacoma; Rolf Tybout; Greg Woolf; Andrea Zerbini. The conference is a joint undertaking of the NWO-funded Moving Romans -project conducted at Leiden University, the Netherlands and the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR). REGISTRATION Access to the public lecture on Wednesday is free. Registration is required for attendance on Thursday and Friday; please register by sending an e-mail to L.E.Tacoma@hum.leidenuniv.nl.   Registration costs 30 euros and includes coffee and lunch. Due to limited space participants will be admitted on a first come, first served basis.  
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