Commonality and Diversity in the Hellenistic World

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International Workshop hosted by the CReA-Patrimoine (ULB)
Organized in the frame of the Marie-Curie research program “‘Glocalization’ in the Hellenistic Period:
Realizing Socio-Economic Complexities Through the Evidence of Pottery Production and Consumption”

9.00-9.05 Athena Tsingarida (CReA-Patrimoine, Université libre de Bruxelles)
Welcome note 

9.05-9.15 Alexandros Laftsidis (CReA-Patrimoine, Université libre de Bruxelles)
Introduction : steering through a world of commonality and heterogeneity

9.15-9.40 Jane Masséglia (School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester)v Hellenismos and the human body: the cultural koine of shape, fashion and behaviour

9.40-10.05 Asja Müller (Institute of Classical Archaeology, Freie Universität Berlin)
One Frame fits All? Hellenistic Sanctuaries between “Global” Trends and Local Requirements

10.05-10.30 Jean Vanden Broeck-Parant (CReA-Patrimoine, Université libre de Bruxelles)
The Attalid Builders as Agents of the architectural Koine in the 2nd Century BCE

10.30-10.50Coffee break

10.50-11.15 Elizabeth Baltes (Department of Visual Arts, Coastal Carolina University)
Statue Bases as monumental Koine: the Freestanding Exedra

11.15-11.40 Kiki Karoglou (Classics, Preparatory School in New York City, NY)
Between Tradition and Modernity in Hellenistic Sculpture: rethinking mythological Statue Groups

11.40-12.05 Stelios Ieremias (Directorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports)
Material koine in Hellenistic Demetrias through the terracotta production. Imports, circulation, and local production 

12.05-13.05Lunch break

13.05-13.30 Vasilica Lungu (Institute for South-East European Studies, Romanian Academy)
Hellenistic Pottery in Orgame. Local Particularities and further Thoughts on the Association of Pottery and societal Changes in the western Black Sea 

13.30-13.55 Alexandros Laftsidis (CReA-Patrimoine, Université libre de Bruxelles)
Different, but the Same: the ceramic Identity of Epirus, Greece in a World of Commonalities

13.55-14.20 Artemios Oikonomou (The Cyprus Institute)
(Re)connecting Epirus in Greece: Glass consumption and trade during the Hellenistic era

14.20-14.40Coffee break

14.40-15.05 Marianna Dági (Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest)
Goldsmith’s craft from the Late Classical and Early Hellenistic Macedonia: questions and hypotheses

15.05-15.30 Panagiotis Tselekas (School of History and Archaeology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
Commonality and diversity in Mainland Greece during the Early Hellenistic period: the coin evidence

15.30-16.00General comments and discussion

17.00Dinner for the speakers

Organized by Alexandros Laftsidis, Post-doctoral Marie-Curie Fellow, CReA-Patrimoine, ULB

ULB, Solbosch Campus
Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management(Building R) 
Auditorium 2.103

Online attendance is possible after registration

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