Liminal places, diplomatic spaces and the social formation of power in Early Imperial Rome

Activity: Academic and Industrial eventsGuest lecture or Invited talk

Description

This lecture offer ways into thinking about the nature of ‘diplomatic’ space - indeed, is this space constructed as ‘diplomatic’ merely be the identification of the individuals as presbeis ('envoys')? - it also reveals something about the nature of the representation of diplomacy within the framework of Roman imperial power and ‘diplomatic’ responses to it.
Period20 Sep 2019
Held atThe University of Texas at Austin, United States, Texas
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • Diplomacy
  • Imperial Rome
  • Diplomatic Space
  • Social Space
  • envoys
  • negotiation