Mudança e permanência no mundo rural tardo-antigo. Abordagem multidisciplinar comparativa aos territórios de Egitania e Emerita
por Tomás Cordero Ruiz, 27 de Janeiro de 2016, às 17h00, na FCSH/NOVA. Entrada livre

 

 

Data: 27 de Janeiro, 2016
Horário: 17h00-19h00
Local: FCSH/NOVA, Edifício ID, Sala 2.21 (Piso 2)

The Late Antiquity is important for being one of the eras of greatest co-existence between different ethnic groups and cultures in European. The European scientific community looked to the Late Antiquity for answers to its social situation at various times in the 20th century. Presently, this interest is part of a wider social context, in which new forms of coexistence are being sought for the creation of a multicultural space. In this way, studies incorporating comparisons between different historic areas are necessary to the best knowledge of our past. The present post-doctoral project aims at comparing the change and continuity of the Emerita (Mérida, Spain) territory in Late Antiquity, the heart of the old Lusitania in this time, in the Egitania (Idanha-a-Velha, Portugal) region in the same period. Additional, this project is design as a real feedback between the Portuguese and Spanish research.

Tomás Cordero Ruiz
Academic degree at the University of Seville (Spain), Master degree at the University of Southampton (U.K.). Ph.D. in the Institute of Archaeology of Mérida, part of the Spanish Superior Council of Scientific Research (CSIC). Post-doctoral fellowship since 2014 at the IEM-FCSH/NOVA.