Parrish Elizabeth Wright & Giovanna Silva
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SHOPTALK HAS BEEN CANCELED.
Parrish Elizabeth Wright
Mythologies of Identity and Alliance in Southern Italy
In this talk, Parrish Elizabeth Wright will discuss the ways in which cities and ethnic groups in southern Italy from the sixth to third centuries BCE used mythology and foundation narratives as tools to mediate across groups. Through the figure of Heracles, she shows how Greeks and native Italians living in close proximity negotiated alliances based on shared mythology.
Wright is the Samuel H. Kress Foundation Rome Prize Fellow in Ancient Studies and a PhD candidate in the Interdepartmental Program in Greek and Roman History at the University of Michigan.
Narratives/Relazioni: How to Make a Book from a Journey through Architecture
Giovanna Silva is the ENEL Foundation Italian Fellow in Architecture, Urban Design, and Landscape Architecture.
The shoptalks will be held in English.