On Friday 20th May, I’ll be speaking at the Cambridge Italian Research Network’s Annual Symposium. My talk is called “Commemorating the dead while becoming ‘Romans’: Italian funerary monuments in the 2nd-century BC”, and I’ll be speaking about Venetic and Oscan funerary monuments. As I’m the first chronologically, I’m up first! Many thanks to CIRN and Hannah Malone for inviting me to participate.
You can find the full programme and other details here.
Edited to add: my contribution to the conference has been featured in the Caius 366 project. The project is putting together an album of one photo per day in the life of Caius college for every day of 2016. You can see the other pictures from the photo diary on the college website.