Wed 29 – Thur 30 June 20169am to 5.30pm both days
Room LG140, Hallward LibraryUniversity Park Campus
Full delegate, 2 days - £30Full delegate, 1 day - £20Student delegate, 2 days - £20Student delegate, 1 day - £10
This conference will aim to study the overall phenomenon of ancientprofessionalism in multiple forms and across a wide range of periods.
The event is intended to appeal to those interested in:
The Greeks and Romans recognised the importance of skill (technē/ars) and were aware a body of skilled workers existed.
In many cases workers offered their skills in exchange for coin or kind. Are these workers professionals and, if so, what does that mean in the context of the ancient world?
We will try to assess whether ‘professionals’ existed in antiquity, and whether the term ‘professionalism’ is useful for studying the ancient economy and society.
This event has been generously supported by the following:
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