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Greek and Roman literature: the erotic connection - 11/06/2016, Oxford (England)


FECHA/DATE/DATA: 11/06/2016

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford (Oxford, England)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Stephen Harrison (University of Oxford) ; Thea S. Thorsen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology).

INFO: web - Stephen.harrison@ccc.ox.ac.uk

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: 15 £ (10£ para licenciados/for graduate students/ per studenti universitari). Es necesario ponerse en contacto con / please contact/entrare in conttato con Professor Stephen Harrison (Stephen.harrison@ccc.ox.ac.uk)

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

10.15 Coffee and registration

1st session, chair Thea S. Thorsen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

10.45 Richard Hunter, University of Cambridge: ‘Allegories of love’

11.30 Benjamin Acosta-Hughes, Ohio State University: ‘There Falls A Lone Tear: Longing for a Vanished Love. Tracing an Erotic Motif from Homer to Ovid’

12.15 Boris Kayachev, NTNU: ‘Gallus as Acontius? An elegy ascribed to Gallus (AL 914) and Callimachus’ Acontius aition’

13.00 Lunch

2nd session, chair Thea S. Thorsen (NTNU)

14.00 Alison Sharrock, University of Manchester: ‘amans et egens and exclusus amator – the connection (or otherwise) between comedy and elegy’

14.45 Iris Brecke, NTNU: ‘Rape and violence from Terence to Ovid’s elegies’

15.30 Alison Keith, University of Toronto: ‘Philodemus and the Augustan Poets’

16.15 Coffee/Tea

3rd session, chair Stephen Harrison, University of Oxford

16.45 Aaron Palmore, Ohio State University: ‘Originality and Tradition in Horace, Odes 4.10’

17.30 Thea S. Thorsen, NTNU: ‘Greek and Latin grammars of affection, two cases’

18.15 Thea S. Thorsen: Closing remarks

18.30 Finis

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