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The Fixed Handout Workshop: Exercises and Variations in Reading Latin Texts - 16-17/04/2016, Cambridge (England)

28.12.2015

 

 

Latin studies nowadays bristle with a variety of very different approaches and theoretical methodologies, some of which are consciously and explicitly professed by scholars – but many of them are latent or unrecognised. As John Ma showed in 1994 in his masterly exercice de style “Black HunterVariations,” the scholars’ conscious or subconscious entrenchment into their own preferred methodologies risks producing a stagnation of research which is as dishonest as it is unproductive. Today, textual criticism, structuralism, post-structuralism, new historicism, Marxist and psychoanalytic criticism, gender and postcolonial studies (to offer a suggestive and by no means exhaustive list) all function as different lenses through which our textsare suddenly reframed and transformed, and yet the greater value of such polyphony of approaches lies in the possibility of cross-fertilization.

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 16-17/04/2016

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Cambridge Classics Faculty / St John’s College Cambridge,(Cambridge England)

 

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE:  Dr Elena Giusti, St John’s College Cambridge: Dr Siobhan Chomse, St John’s College Cambridge: Prof. William Fitzgerald, King’s College London

 

INFO: thefixedhandout@gmail.com


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The Fixed Handout Workshop: Exercises and Variations in Reading Latin Texts

University of Cambridge, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th April 2016

Cambridge Classics Faculty, Room G.21 

 

Saturday 16th April 2016 

9.30-10.00  

Welcome and Introduction (Siobhan Chomse & Elena Giusti)

 

1st Session: Witches

 

Handout Passages: Ovid Amores 3.7.1-38; Plautus Miles Gloriosus 182-94; Horace Satires 1.8.14-36; Petronius Satyricon 131; Lucan Bellum Civile 6.624-41; Virgil Aeneid 4.474-93; Dante Inferno 9.16-57; Goethe Faust Part Two, Chapter 22.

 

10.00-11.00

Mathias Hanses (Penn State University)  

"Ovid and the Magic Doll: The Roman Discourse on Witchcraft in Amores 3.7."

 

Viola Starnone (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa)

 

11.00-11.30

Coffee Break

 

11.30-12.00

Ian Goh (Birkbeck)

“A Witch's Brew from Lucretius to Liszt”

 

12.00-1.00

Discussion

 

1.00-2.30

Lunch

 

2nd Session: Gardens

 

Handout Passages: Virgil Georgics 4.125-46; Horace Epodes 2.1-28; Tibullus 1.1.7-18; Appendix Virgiliana Moretum 52-89; Seneca Epistles 21.9-11; Seneca Epistles 94.69-71; Voltaire Candide, Chapter 30; Shakespeare Richard II, Scene IV.

 

2.30-3.30

Martin Stöckinger (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

Barbara Del Giovane (Università degli Studi di Firenze)

 

3.30-4.00

Coffee Break

 

4.00-4.30

Nick Ollivère (Royal Holloway, University of London)

“The Fallen Elm: Comparative Classics and the Loss of Nature (Edward Thomas, Virgil, Tibullus, Horace and Seneca)”

 

4.30-5.30

Discussion

 

5.45

Reception

 

7.30

Conference Dinner (St John’s College, Parsons Room)

 

 

Sunday 17th April 2016

 

3rd Session: The East

 

Handout Passages: Propertius Elegies 3.4; Ovid Ars Amatoria 1.177-228; Sidonius Panegyric on Anthemius 30-67; Claudian The Fourth Consulship of the Emperor Honorius 565-610; Virgil Georgics3.109-39; Virgil Aeneid 8.685-728; Ezra Pound Homage to Sextus Propertius, Section VI; Spenser Faerie Queene, Book IV, Canto XI.

 

9.30-10.30

Christian Badura (Freie Universität Berlin)

Michael Hanaghan (University of Exeter)

 

10.30-11.00

Coffee Break

 

11.00-11.30

Bram van der Velden (University of Cambridge)

 

11.30-12.30

Discussion

 

12.30-2.00

Lunch

 

4th Session: The Underworld

 

Handout Passages: Seneca Apocolocyntosis 13; Seneca Hercules Furens 662-96; Juvenal Satires 2.149-70; Petronius Satyricon 72-3; Horace Odes 2.13; Virgil Aeneid 6.268-81; Ezra Pound, Canto XIV; T.S. EliotLittle Gidding 2.

 

2.00-3.00

Kathrin Winter (Universität Heidelberg)

Tom Geue (University of St Andrews)

 

3.00-3.30

Coffee Break

 

3.30-4.00

Giovanna Laterza (Université de Strasbourg)

 

4.00-5.00

Discussion

 

5.00-6.00

Closing Keynote: William Fitzgerald (King’s College London)

 

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