Emperor and Author: Religion, Politics and Identities in the Writings of Julian the Apostate
16 July 2009
Ends: 18 July 2009
Speakers will include: Hal Drake; Susanna Elm; Jill Harries; Mark Humphries; David Hunt; Liz James; Wolfgang Liebeschuetz; Arnaldo Marcone; Benet Salway; David Scourfield; Andrew Smith; Rowland Smith; Michael Trapp
This conference will explore the corpus of Julian’s writings, the first conference of its kind. Key themes will include: the relationship between Julian as an author and his imperial roles as Caesar and Augustus; the cultural, religious and intellectual contexts of his work; the legacy and reception of his writings; and the legal, epigraphic and visual expressions of his reign.
Please note: although this conference is open to public, students and staff, attendance must first be confirmed by contacting Nicholas Baker-Brian at the email address supplied below
Open To: Public
Staff and Students