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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.

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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

PAPERAn 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.

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AIAC/ICCA XIX CONGRESS 2018

Cologne/Bonn (Germany)
22-26 May 2018

PAPER: Religion, micro-economies and divinities reproduction on small tesserae in Roman Sicily.

AIA/SCS MEETING 2018

Boston (Massachusetts, USA)
4-7 January 2018

SESSION CO-ORGANISER: Banal objects with divine power? Tokens, deities, and cult in the ancient Mediterranean.

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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.

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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.

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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).

"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.

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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).

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).

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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.

AIA/APA 145TH ANNUAL MEETING 2014

Chicago (Illinois, USA)
2-5 January 2014

PAPER: Politics and archaeology in post-Unification Sicily (1861–1915): new perspectives from records.

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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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