Freedom of Speech, Censorship and the Ancient World - 29-30-31/05/2017, Cambridge (England)
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge (Cambridge, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Fran Middleton ; Tim Whitmarsh
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Monday 29 May
1.30-2.15: registration and tea
2.15-2.30: preliminary welcome
2.30-4: 'There’s no such thing as parrhēsia, and it’s a good thing too'
– Tim Whitmarsh with response and discussion.
4.15-5.45: 'Aryans and Indo-Europeans' – James Clackson with response and discussion.
5.45-7: reception in the Cast Gallery
Tuesday 30 May
9.30-11: 'Censorship and visual culture' – Carrie Vout with response and discussion.
11.15-12.45: 'Freedom not to speak: Horace's epicedion for Marcellus?
(Ode 1.12)' – Elena Giusti with response and discussion.
2.15-3.45: 'Dried up, tied up and dead to the world: keeping people quiet in ancient curses' – Nick Zair with response and discussion.
4-5.30: 'Communication, control and group expulsions from Rome' – Rebecca Flemming with response and discussion.
Wednesday 31 May
9.30-11: 'On calling a slave a slave' – Robin Osborne with response and discussion.
11.15-12.45: 'On only reading the good bits, with Basil of Caesarea' – Fran Middleton with response and discussion.