Fish and Ships

18th June – 22nd June 2012

22nd June : concluding conference at the British School at Rome
 
Production and commerce of salted fish products during Antiquity Rome, École française de Rome, Piazza Navona, British School at Rome

Doctoral Workshop

 

The Ecole française de Rome, in collaboration with the Oxford Roman Economy Project (University of Oxford) and the Centre Camille Jullian (Aix-en-Provence), are organising a multi-disciplinary doctoral workshop in Rome, from 18 to 22 June 2012. The workshop, which lasts 5 days, brings together specialists and doctoral students/post-doctoral researchers working on the production and trade of salted fish products (salted fish, sauces and other fish products) during Antiquity. The aim of this workshop is to give the participants the opportunity to hear from the experts about the state of the question as well as to share their own research ideas about the evolution of salted-fish industry and trade across the ancient Mediterranean and along the Atlantic coast.

 

Please see below for Call for Applications

Call for Applications (English)

Call for Applications (Italian)

 

For more information please contact Emmanuel Botte or Victoria Leitch