Dublin Classics Research Seminars - Semester 1 - 15-22/09/2015, 06-20-30/10/2015, 10-24/11/2015, Dub
FECHA/DATE/DATA: 15-22/09/2015, 06-20-30/10/2015, 10-24/11/2015
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University College Dublin (Dublin, Ireland)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Alan J. RossReviews (Editor, Acta Classica); Marie Curie (Fellow,School of Classics,University College Dublin)
All those interested are warmly invited to the forthcoming meetings of the Dublin Classics Seminar. The talks take place on Tuesdays at 5.30 pm at University College Dublin, Newman Building, Room K217 unless otherwise noted. The timetable for this term is as follows:
15 Sept. Dr Dániel Kiss (UCD / Universitat de Barcelona) Book launch, What Catullus Wrote. (n.b. this event will take place in the Common Room, first floor, Newman Building).
22 Sept. Prof. John Hilton (UKZN, Durban) ‘Narrative Fiction in the Works of the Roman Emperor Julian’
6 Oct. Prof. John Duffy (Harvard) ‘Relics of Old Rhetoric: Artistic Elements in the Homilies of Sophronius of Jerusalem’
20 Oct. Dr Aude Doody (UCD) ‘Knowledge and Practice in Roman Agricultural Writing’
30 Oct. Dr Sabine Ladstätter (Austrian Archaeological Institute, Vienna) ‘Ephesos, Ancient Metropolis – Modern Excavation Enterprise – Touristic Attraction’ *Joint event with Irish Hellenic Society* (N.b. this event takes place on a Friday. Precise time and venue in UCD TBC).
10 Nov. Dr Martijn Icks (Queen’s University Belfast) ‘Splendid Isolation: Secluded Emperors and the Spectre of “Oriental” Despotism’
24 Nov. David Newell (UCD) ‘Alcibiades and Cornelius Nepos' On the Great Generals of Foreign Nations’
Drinks with the speaker will be served in K217 after each paper.