For ancient historian Paul Vadan migration is more than a subject of study – it’s a personal experience. He is interested in the fragile legal position of foreigners in the Greek cities and wants us to think about the what the marginalization of foreigners might mean for society and humanity.
The marble face of an old man peeks from a corner in a Copenhagen museum. Archaeologist Sabine Neumann identifies him as an Egyptian religious specialist serving both a Greek community and his native gods.
Archaeologist Sabine Neumann wants to challenge assumptions about migration as something out of the ordinary. People, the ancients included, have always been on the move. Sabine will focus on migrant women who often tend to get overlooked and trace them and their agency – especially in cultic matters – in the material record.