“The study of emotions in the historical sciences” (Oxford, 25-27 June 2010)
“The study of emotions in the Greek world” (Oxford, 1-2 June 2012)
“The study of emotions in Greek culture” (Oxford, 17-18 May 2013)

“Emotion and psychiatry: Neuroscience, history and culture” (London, 14 May 2013)

Round table:
“Emotions as Historical Factor : Perceptions and Feelings in the Ancient World” (Amesterdam, 26 August 2010)

“Emotions and Papyri” (Geneva, 16-21 August 2010)

“Emotions in Ancient Greek Sources” (Oxford, Hilary Term 2011)

The praise of the punishing gods in text and image, confession inscription

2 July 2009: Angelos Chaniotis, "Theatricality, emotion, enargeia: Hellenistic decrees and Hellenistic oratory", Conference "Hellenistic Oratory", University of London, Royal Holloway, London.

21 January 2010: Angelos Chaniotis, "Moving Stones: The Study of Emotions in Greek Inscriptions”. Institute of Classical Studies, London, Ancient History Seminar, London.

17 March 2010: Angelos Chaniotis, "Bewegte Steine: Das Studium der Emotionen in den griechischen Inschriften", Austrian Academy of Sciences, Centre for Archaeology and Ancient Studies. Vienna.

21 May 2010: Angelos Chaniotis, “The Construction of Religious Fear in Sanctuaries in Greece and Asia Minor”, Workshop “Emotions, Passions, and Character in Antiquity”, Corpus Christi College Centre for the Study of Greek and Roman Antiquity, Oxford.

1 July 2010: Angelos Chaniotis, “Emotions: Space, Text, Image”, Universität der Künste Berlin, Fakultät Bildende Kunst, Institut für Raumexperimente (video:

8 December 2010: Angelos Chaniotis, “The Fear of God: an Emotion and its Contexts”, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (video:

22 December 2010: Angelos Chaniotis, "Jenseits des Marktes der Religionen: Kultgemeinden als ‘emotional communities’ im römischen Osten" ["Beyond the Market of Religions: Cult Communities as "Emotional Communities" in the Roman East], University of Münster, Cluster of Excellence "Religion and Politics", Münster.

23 February 2011: Angelos Chaniotis, "Emotional Language in Hellenistic Decrees and Hellenistic Histories", Conference "Linguaggio politico e lessico storiografico in età ellenistica", University of Rome.

26 June 2011: Angelos Chaniotis, “Vom Zorn des Achill zu den Tagen des Zorns: Warum Historiker Emotionen studieren”, Keynote lecture, University of Heidelberg, Alumni-Jubiläums-Tage 2011.

28 July 2011: Angelos Chaniotis, “The Wrath of God: Human Crime and Divine Punishment as the Basis of Religious Devotion”, Conference “Modes and Models of Religious Attraction. Knowledge and Action”, University of Bochum, Käte Hamburger Kolleg.

23 September 2011: Angelos Chaniotis, “What Do (Ancient) Historians Do, When They Say That They Study Emotions?”, Conference “Unpacking Emotions: The Humanities and Sciences”, New York University, Center for Neural Sciences, Cultural Services of the French Embassy, New York.

3 December 2011: Angelos Chaniotis, “Affective Epigraphy: Emotions in Public Inscriptions of the Hellenistic Age”, Conference “Attraverso l’epigrafia. Ricordando Luigi Moretti”, Rome, University of Rome, Sapienza.

24 February 2012: Angelos Chaniotis, “Affective Diplomacy: Emotions in the Public Contacts between Greek Communities and Roman Authorities”, Conference “Emotions between Greece and Rome”, Langford Seminar, Department of Classics, Florida State University, Tallahassee.

16 May 2012: Angelos Chaniotis, “The Healing Miracles of Asclepius in Epidauros: Pain, Fear, and Hope in an Ancient Sanctuary”, Lecture, Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies, Nafplion.

11 September 2012: Angelos Chaniotis, “Emotions and inscriptions: Expression and Arousal of Emotions in Hellenistic Decrees”, Lecture, Epigraphical Museum, Athens.

11 October 2012: Angelos Chaniotis, “Emotional Display and Emotional Arousal in Hellenistic Decrees”, Lecture, Classics Department, University of Cincinnati.

18 October 2012: Angelos Chaniotis, “Creating Emotional Community through Texts”, Lecture, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva.

21 October 2012: Angelos Chaniotis, “What do (Ancient) Historians Do when They Say that They Study Emotions?”, Lecture, Ca' Foscari, University of Venice.