Funded by the British Academy and supported by the University of Glasgow, this conference takes place over two days and will explore ancient scholarship in Hellenistic and Roman cultures.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Wellington Church (Glasgow, Scotland)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGA(IZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Dr. Sean Adams (University of Glasgow); Zanne Domoney-Lyttle (University of Glasgow)
INFO: web - Sean.Adams@glasgow.ac.uk - email@example.com.
INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: Gratis /free /gratuito Aquí/here/qui
Tea/coffee, snacks and lunch will be provided. Please indicate any dietary requirements by emailing Zanne, as above.
Dr. Gaelle Coqueugniot, Université Paris-Nanterre: Publishing from the archive: did Hellenistic scholars use archival records?
Dr. Myrto Hatzimichali, University of Cambridge: Circulation of lexica in the Hellenistic and early Imperial period
Dr. Serena Ammirati, Università degli Studi Roma Tre: For a typology of the ancient Latin legal book
Dr. Matthew Nicholls, University of Reading: Landscapes of learning: bookish places in imperial Rome
Dr. Sean Adams, University of Glasgow: Translating Texts: Contrasting Roman and Jewish Translation Practices
Dr. Zachary J. Cole, Union Theological College Convention and Control in the First Editions of the Gospels: Assessing Recent Proposals
Prof. Catherine Hezser, University of London: Rabbis' Self-Fashioning as a Particularly Jewish Type of Intellectuals in Late Roman Palestine
Prof. Catherine Steel, University of Glasgow: Speech and text in Roman oratory: reputation, education and memorialisation
Dr. Richard Marshall, University of Glasgow: Suetonius the Bibliographer
Dr. Stephanie Roussou, University of Cologne: New readings in the text of Herodian
Prof. Eleanor Dickey, University of Reading: What counts as specialized linguistic knowledge? The conflict between analogy and Atticism