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Laboratoire d’excellence - Religions et Sociétés dans le Monde méditerranéen
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- Domaine de recherche : Ancient History

- Axe C2 - Religion, argent, pouvoirs politiques

- Projet de recherche en cours :

Practising Religion on the Interface : religion and society in Karia (7th – 1st centuries BC)
The study of religion in Karia, in south western Anatolia, is inextricably linked with the wider social dynamics of the region ; its cultural and religious character was shaped by sustained interaction with both east and west. In this project I research the cultural hybridization of Karia, as reflected in the local cults and mythologies of the region. Rather than drawing a division between cultural forces that are labelled as ‘Karian’ or ‘Greek’, I will work outwards from the premise of assimilation and interchange between different cultural forces in the region in order to develop an analytical framework with which to study Karian religion

- Bourses / Distinctions

Grote Prize, University of London, 2010.
Jacobi Stipendium, Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, München, October 2011 – January 2012.

- Parcours professionnel

BA Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, Balliol College, Oxford University (2003 – 2006).
MA Ancient History, University College London (2007 – 2008).
PhD History, University College London (2008 – 2013).

- Communications et publications

‘The ‘Origin Myth’ of Magnesia-on-the-Maeander (I. Magnesia 17) and the Shaping of Civic History’ (forthcoming) in V. Gheller (ed.) Ricerche a Confronto. Dialoghi di Antichità Classica e del Vicino Oriente.

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