Scribbling Through History: For a comparative study of graffiti from Ancient Egypt onwards

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July 13, 2012

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Chloe Ragazzoli, « Scribbling Through History: For a comparative study of graffiti from Ancient Egypt onwards », Scribbling through History, ID : 10670/1.mnqrw9


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The workshop will take place on 23-25 September 2013 at Oxford University (Oriental Institute and Balliol College) The event is organised with the support of the Budge Fund (University College), the John Fell Fund and the Oriental Institute. Abstract : Graffiti have been left on natural sites and public monuments in most societies. In spite of their variety in form and content, they can be generally understood as secondary inscriptions that redefine and appropriate such environments: They mar...

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