Volterra I Colloquia
Three colloquia were held during the lifetime of the first Volterra project:
- I.1] Introductory Workshop: held on 31 May 1996 at the Institute of Classical Studies, 31-34 Gordon Square, London.
- I.2] "Law and Social Order": held on 29 November 1997 at the University of Manchester. A joint event with the Centre for Late Antiquity in Manchester.
- I.3] Concluding colloquium: held on 26-27 March 2004 at the Institute of Classical Studies, South Block, Senate House, University of London.
Volterra II Colloquia
A further three colloquia were held during the
lifetime of the first phase of the second Volterra project:
- II.1] The normative texts of Roman Law in the early Middle Ages: held on 10 September 2007 in the Department of History, University College London
- II.2] Authorities and Subjects and Manuals and Jurisprudence: held on 15-16 September 2008 in the Department of History, University College London.
- II.3] The Imprint of Roman law in Lombard and Carolingian Italy: held on 9-10 July 2010 in the Department of History, University College London. This included a presentation and workshop on the Fragmenta Londiniensia Anteiustiniana.
Volterra II events (second phase)
Two public lectures and three colloquia are part of the second phase of Volterra II:
- Volterra Lecture I] The first Volterra lecture, entitled "The recovery and use of Justinian's Code in eleventh-century Italy", was given by Professor Charles Radding (Michigan State University) at 5.30pm on 29th February 2012 in the Chancellor's Hall, First Floor, South Block, Senate House, London.
- II.4] The fourth Volterra II colloquium comprised two Projet Volterra sessions held on 20 September 2012 as part of the 66th SIHDA conference,St.Catherine's College, Oxford.
- II.5] The fifth Volterra II colloquium, entitled "Law,Lexica and Libraries: Italy and Francia from the sixth to the eleventh centuries", was organized jointly with the Festus Lexicon Project (also at UCL) and held from 20 to 22 June 2013 in the Department of History, UCL.