Children and Family. Perspectives on Power, Hope and Historical Change in the Premodern World

Event start date
Event start time
12.15
Event end date
Event end time
16.00
Place

PinniB 3032, address: Kanslerinrinne 1

Organiser(s)

Trivium (Tampere Centre for Classical, Medieval, and Early Modern Studies)


Trivium Workshop
 

12:15

  • Mark Golden: Changing Childhood in the Hellenistic Period?
  • Comments: Kirsi-Maria Hytönen and Ville Vuolanto

13:00

  • Jaakkojuhani Peltonen: The Youth of Alexander the Great. A Stereotypical Portrait of an Immature Juvenile?
  • Roosa Kallunki: Children and Agency in Roman Religion
  • Comments: Mark Golden and Kirsi-Maria Hytönen


14:10 Coffee
 

14:30

  • Jenni Kuuliala ja Ville Vuolanto: The New Hope: Family, Continuity and the Meaningful Life in Premodern World
  • Sanna Joska: Finding Hope in Death? Family, Children and Continuity in the Roman Empire (1st - 3rd century)
  • Comments: Kirsi-Maria Hytönen and Mark Golden
     

For the purpose of organizing the coffee, please inform us of your attendance at your earliest convenience, before September 1st, to ville.vuolanto@uta.fi

Further information on Trivium and its activities

 

Additional information

Ville Vuolanto, ville.vuolanto@uta.fi