Selected conferences, congresses and talks
MEDITERRANEAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION
23RD ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS (VIRTUAL)
University of Gibraltar (Gibraltar, United Kingdom)
26-29 May 2021
CONFERENCE PAPER: Protecting Antiquities in a State of War: Sicily and World War 2.
ACCORDIA LECTURES 2020/21 (VIRTUAL)
Accordia Research Institute
c/o Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon Square,
London WC1H 0PY (United Kingdom)
16 March 2021
TALK: World War 2 in Sicily: protecting archaeology and museums under threat.
EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHAEOLOGISTS (26TH ANNUAL MEETING) (VIRTUAL)
24-30 August 2020
PAPER: Networks connecting archaeologists and authorities in Sicily (1940-45): Pietro Griffo and Jole Bovio Marconi during World War 2 (27-08-20).
CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION OF THE MIDDLE WEST AND SOUTH (CAMWS)
116TH ANNUAL MEETING (VIRTUAL CONFERENCE)
Samford University (Birmingham, Alabama, USA)
26-30 May 2020
CONFERENCE PAPER: Protecting Antiquities in Danger: Sicily and World War 2 (1940-45).
NIOD: COFFEE TALKS
NIOD Instituut voor Oorlogs-, Holocaust- en Genocidestudies (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
10 March 2020
INVITED SPEAKER: Archaeology and Museums at Risk: Impacting World War 2 in Sicily.
TOKENS: THE ATHENIAN LEGACY TO THE MODERN WORLD (WORKSHOP)
The British School at Athens (Athens, Greece)
16-17 December 2019
PAPER: New Hellenistic and Roman clay tokens from Sicily through local identities, museum and archival research.
THE SMALL STUFF OF THE PALMYRENES: THE COINS AND TESSERAE OF PALMYRA
The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters (Copenhagen, Denmark)
20-21 June 2019
PAPER: An unexpected find from the sand: a new tessera from the south-west quarter of Palmyra (2010).
WORLD HISTORY ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE 2018
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA)
21-23 June 2018
PAPER: Not ‘banal’ material culture: ancient tokens, daily life and religion in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily.
ASSOCIATION OF THE ANCIENT HISTORIANS ANNUAL MEETING 2017
Brown University (Providence, Rhode Island, USA)
4-7 May 2017
PAPER: To be or not to be a coin? Ancient tokens in Italy as an economic source and the representation of local communities.
STATE UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO: AIA TALKS
San Diego State University, Department of History (sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America) (San Diego, California, USA)
06 March 2017
INVITED SPEAKER: Ancient tokens and communities: insights into Hellenistic and Roman Sicily.
CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE 2017
University of Kent (Canterbury, UK)
26-29 April 2017
PAPER: Shaping a national and regional identity in Sicily through Classical Archaeology: the island’s culture heritage between the Bourbon and the Kingdom of Italy (1816-1918).
60TH MISSOURI HISTORY VALLEY CONFERENCE 2017
University of Nebraska at Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska, USA)
02-04 March 2017
PAPER: New photographs from the past: revealing excavations and social contexts in Sicily between nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION OF THE ATLANTIC STATES (CAAS) FALL MEETING 2016
The Heldrich Conference Center (New Brunswick, NJ, USA)
20-22 October 2016
PAPER: Being on Cori’s trail at ‘Ratae Corieltavorum’: Latin/Archaeology clubs and outreach activity at Leicester local K-12 schools (United Kingdom).
XV INTERNATIONAL NUMISMATIC CONGRESS 2015
International Numismatic Council, Taormina (Italy)
21-25 September 2015
PAPER: Collecting coins and connecting collectors: government and social networks in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies (1816-1860).
"THE STATE AND ITS PAST: CONSOLIDATING NATIONAL IDENTITIES THROUGH HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, AND POLITICS" INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Franke Institute of Humanities, University of Chicago (Chicago, IL, USA)
10 October 2015
CONFERENCE CO-ORGANIZER AND PAPER: Antonino Salinas’ archaeology in Sicily: regional identity VS national identity.
AIA/SCS 146TH ANNUAL MEETING 2015
New Orleans (Louisiana, USA)
8-11 January 2015
PAPER: Above the law? Local priests and local archaeology in Sicily under the Kingdom of Italy (1861-1915).
10TH EUROPEAN SOCIAL SCIENCE HISTORY CONFERENCE (ESSHC) 2014
University of Vienna (Vienna, Austria)
23-26 April 2014
PAPER: Politicians, custodians and workers: a complex ‘archaeological’ society in late nineteenth-century Sicily.
XIV INTERNATIONAL NUMISMATIC CONGRESS 2009
International Numismatic Commission, University of Glasgow (Glasgow, UK)
31 August-3 September 2009
PAPER: Heroic cults in Northern Sicily between numismatics and archaeology.
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