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How to register:
The event is open to the Princeton community as well as to the public. Registration is required for on-campus attendees, as well as those attending virtually. To do so, please visit: https://libcal.princeton.edu/event/8875023
For more information visit https://coinage.princeton.edu/flame-conference-march-2022/
Co-sponsored by Princeton University Library’s Department of Special Collections, Center for Collaborative History, Center for Digital Humanities, Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity, Comparative Antiquity—A Humanities Council Global Initiative, Department of Art & Archaeology, Department of Classics, Princeton Humanities Council, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, Program in the Ancient World, Program in Medieval Studies, Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies
This conference will bring together an international group of scholars who have worked on Princeton’s FLAME project, as well as leading scholars on the late antique and early medieval economy worldwide (4th-8th centuries CE). Over three days, speakers will present new findings centered on the research priorities of the FLAME project. Participants will share insights on economic, political, and social changes throughout this period, but will also reflect upon the historiographical and methodological problems posed by the project itself. An exhibition of coins relating to the conference from the Princeton University Numismatic Collection will accompany the conference and will be on display outside of East Pyne 010 on March 18th and 19th.
The events will occur in-person on Princeton University campus, as well as virtually, by Zoom.
Rory Naismith, University of Cambridge
Florin Curta, University of Florida
Khodadad Rezakhani, University of Leiden
Stephan Heidemann, University of Heidelberg