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Augustan Cultural Memory - 08-09/06/2017, Paris (France)

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 08-09/06/2017

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC), (Paris, France)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Charles Guérin (Université Paris-Est Créteil); Martin Dinter (KCL); Marcos Martinho (University of Sao Paulo)

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Thursday 8th June 2017

9.00 coffee

9.20h opening

9.30-10.25 Key note: Nora Goldschmidt (Durham, UK)

Remembering Carthage

Response. Questions.

10.25-10.45 Coffee break

10.45-11.20h Alessandra Rolle (Lausanne, Switzerland / Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy) Mémoire collective et politique augustéenne :
la divinisation des bienfaiteurs de la patrie dans le De gente populi Romani

11.20 – 12.00 Mark Thorne (Brigham Young University, USA) “Nearer to the Gods than Mortals”: Remembering the Unconquered Cato in the Age of Augustus

12.0 – 12.40 Henriette van der Blom 
(University of Birmingham) Orators and oratory in Livy

12.40-14.40h lunch break

14.40-15.20h Cristina Rosillo-López (Universidad Pablo de Olavide) Political conversations and Cultural Memory in Augustan Rome

15.20-16.00h Samuel Beckelhymer (TLL Munich, Germany) Monumenta and the fallibility of memory in the Odes

16.00- 16.40 Tony Corbeill (University of Kansas, USA) The construction of Vergilian authority among the Roman grammarians

16.40h-17.00h Coffee break

17.00-17.40h Jorge Tomás García (Instituto de História da Arte (FCSH/NOVA Lisboa) Greek painting and pictorial cultural memory in times of Augustus

17.40-18.20 Paulo Martins (University of Sao Paulo)

19.00h conference dinner

Friday 9th June 2017

9.00h onwards coffee

9.30h-10.25 Key note: Rebecca Langlands (University of Exeter, UK)

Remembering with Valerius Maximus: from fossils and fragments to fluidity and future

Response. Questions.

10.25h-10.45h coffee break

10.45h-11.20 Daniel Wendt (Bonn/Paris Sorbonne/Florence) Omnibus et lippis notum et tonsoribus. Anecdotal memories (of Republican Rome) in Horace's Satire 1.7.

11.20h-12.00h Lauren Donovan Ginsberg (University of Cincinnati, USA) Si Perusina Tibi Patriae Sunt Nota Sepulcra: Perusia as Erinnerungsfigur in Propertian Elegy and the Augustan Age

12.00-12.40h Alexander Kirichenko (Trier/Berlin) Memory as Fiction: Inventing the Past in Ovid’s Metamorphoses

12.40h-14.40h lunch break

14.40h-15.35h Key Note: Aaron Seider (College of the Holy Cross, USA).

Cracks in the Foundation: Remembering Marcellus in The Poetry and Landscape of Augustan Rome

Response. Questions.

15.35-16.15h Krešimir Vuković (University of Oxford, UK) Initiation in the Mysteries of Augustus: Liberalia and the Forum Augustum

16.15h-16.35h coffee break

16.35-17.15h Olivier Thévenaz (Lausanne, Switzerland) Catalogue, monument, bibliothèque: constitution et conservation de la mémoire des poètes dans la culture augustéenne

17.15-17.55 Darja Šterbenc Erker (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany) Rituals in Ovid’s Fasti and Augustan cultural memory

18.30h Conference Dinner, optional, at speakers own expense

Saturday 10th June 2017

9.10-9.50 Morgan Palmer (University of Mississippi) Inscriptions on the Capitoline: Epigraphy and Cultural Memory in Livy

9.50-10.30h Bénédicte Delignon (ENS-Lyon, France) La mémoire culturelle, du monument au poème : le cas du temple d’Apollon Palatin chez les poètes augustéens.

10.30-11.10 Edwin Shaw (University of Bristol) Cultural memory and the role of the architect in Vitruvius' de Architectura

11.10-11.40 Coffee Break

11.40-12.20 Muriel Moser (University of Frankfurt, Germany) Augustan cultural memories in Roman Athens

12.20-13.00h Günther Schörner (University Vienna, Austria): Different pasts: Using and constructing memory in Augustan Carthage and Corinth

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