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Laura Nissin’s doctoral defence and a public lecture by Joanne Berry

We are proud to announce that MA Laura Nissin will defend her thesis “Roman sleep – Sleeping areas and sleeping arrangements in the Roman house” on 25.11. starting at 12.15 at Hall 5 of the Main Building of the University … Continue reading

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Copies of the JRA Supplement volume have arrived from the press!

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Order the PPRH volume from the Journal of Roman Archaeology!

Copies of the Supplement are now available for order at the JRA for a special price of 79 US dollars! For a full outline, see here.

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PPRH at TRAC 2016!

Our panel at the TRAC meet in Rome next month is here.   Panel: Beyond Public and Private in the Roman House Wednesday, 16 March 2016 from 14:00-18:00 Panel composition: Kaius Tuori (chair) 1. Carla Brain: Venus in Pompeian Domestic … Continue reading

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PPRH to make a presentation at the XXII Finnish Symposium on Late Antiquity, November 8, 2013

The project will make a group presentation at the storied Tvärminne Symposium with a paper titled “Public and Private in the Roman House: A new look of what went on in the Roman house.” For more details, copied below is … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Public and Private in the Roman House and Society, October 12-13, 2012 New York University Classics Dept.

Abstract deadline: April 15, 2012 E-mail: romanhouse2012@gmail.com  Roman houses were designed to suit both the private life of its occupants and the demands of public life. As a result, the division between public and private spaces inside the domus was … Continue reading

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Private and Public Sphere in the Roman House: Semantics, Archaeology and Performative Theory

The purpose of this project is to explore the public and private spheres, the areas of the house primarily intended for private or for public use and access, of the Roman house from the first century BCE to the second … Continue reading

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