IGRCT grant: The Body of the Combatant in the Classical World colloquium

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This one-day interdisciplinary colloquium invites participants to explore the depiction of the human body as a weapon in Greco-Roman texts. Discussion will focus on the representation of the body of the combatant – the warrior as professional soldier, hero, opponent – in literature and art, as well as in the sphere of reception from antiquity to modernity.
Funded and supported by the IGRCT.
Effective start/end date10/07/1810/07/18


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