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Orality and narration: performance and mythic-ritual poetics - 01-02-03/09/2016, Lausanne (Switzerla



FECHA/DATE/DATA: 01-02-03/09/2016


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of Lausanne (Lausanne, Switzerland)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Anton Bierl (University of Basel) ; David Bouvier (University of Lausanne) ; Ombretta Cesca (University of Lausanne)


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THURSDAY 1st SEPTEMBER


14h00-14h30​

Registration


14h30-15h15

Anton BIERL (University of Basel)

David BOUVIER (University of Lausanne)

Ombretta CESCA (University of Lausanne)

Introduction

15h15-16h00

Niall SLATER (Emory University)

"Modified rapture!" In and Out of Orality in Staging Comedy

Coffee-break


16h15-17h00

Claas LATTMANN (Kiel University)

Between Athens and Delphi. The Performance and Poetics of the Delphic Hymns

17h00-17h20​

Sandra FLEURY (University of Montreal and EPHE Paris)

Writing the Unspeakable : How Did the Greeks Write About the Mysteries

17h20-18h05

Mathilde CAMBRON-GOULET (University of Québec)

ChOreia in Context


FRIDAY 2nd SEPTEMBER


9h15-10h00

Collective discussion with Claude CALAME (EHESS Paris).

From Cultural Memory to Poetic Memory: Ancient Greek Practices of History

10h00-10h45​

Fiona SWEET FORMIATTI (Australian National University)

The Transformation of Ransom into ξένιον: The Talking Therapy of Priam and Akhilleus (Il. 24)

Anna LEFTERATOU (Göttingen and Heidelberg Universities)

Eudocia Homeric Centos in Literary and Ritual Context

Coffee-break


James O'MALEY (Melbourne College)

The Underworld as Narrative Space in Greek Oral Epic

11h45-12h30

Jonathan READY (Indiana University)

Oral Texts and Entextualization in Homeric Epic


Lunch


14h00-14h45

Deborah BECK (University of Texas)

Homeric Allusions in the Parodos of Aeschylus’ Agamemnon

14h45-15h30

Elizabeth MINCHIN (Australian National University)

Memories Become Story: Homer’s Poetics of Persuasion

Coffee-break


15h45-16h30

Jasper GAUNT (Emory University)

Between Page, Stage and Symposium: Circe and Her Audiences in Archaic and Classical Greece

16h30-17h15

Rachel ZELNICK-ABRAMOVITZ (Tel Aviv University)

“Who Are You and Where Do You Come From?” – Mythical Language in Herodotus

Dinner at Crêt Bérard


SATURDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER


9h15-10h00

Ruth SCODEL (University of Michigan)

Epitaph and Ritual

10h00-10h45

Greta HAWES (Australian National University)

Mythographical Topography and the (Dis)ordering of Myth: the Case of Antoninus Liberalis

Coffee-break


11h00-11h45

Ray PERSON (Ohio Northern University)

Multimodality and Metonymy: Deuteronomy as a Test Case

11h45-12h05​

Olivier MOSER (HEP Lausanne)

Ritualizing the Reading. About Plato’s Corybantic Narratology​

Lunch


14h00-14h45

Gregory NAGY (Harvard University)

Sappho 44 Revisited: What Is ‘Oral’ About the Text of This Song?

14h45-15h30/16h00

Collective discussion with the example of Sappho's poetry

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