MERCURY: simulating Roman economies
Exploring the application of computational modelling to Roman economy studies through case studies, hands-on tutorials and debate. This workshop aims to provide Romanists at different stages of their careers with practical experience in computational modelling.
A two-day workshop hosted by All Souls College Oxford, 3-4 October 2018
Organised by Tom Brughmans and Andrew Wilson
More information on the programme of the workshop will be made available soon.
If you are interested in participating in this workshop, please send an application to firstname.lastname@example.org including the following information:
- Current professional affiliation
- Current job title or student status
- Motivation why hands-on experience with computational modelling is relevant for your Roman studies research (between 100 and 400 words).
- Preferred contact email address
Since this is a small workshop tightly focused on Roman studies, please note only applications from postgraduate scholars with a proven record of education and/or research in Roman studies will be considered.