Ancient Scholarship: Scholastic Culture in the Hellenistic and Roman Eras - 27-28/04/2017, Glasgow
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)
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