Greek studies in 15-16th century Europe: Future research perspectives - 19/06/2017, Oxford (England
“Greek Studies in 15th Century Europe” is a Marie Curie individual research project (2015-17) held by Paola Tomè and based at the Medieval and Modern Languages Faculty, University of Oxford, under the supervision of Martin McLaughlin and Nigel Wilson. The purpose is to investigate the crucial role played by the return of knowledge of Greek in the transformation of European culture, both through the translation of texts, and through the direct study of the language.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Taylorian Institution, University of Oxford (Oxford, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Paola Tomè (Marie Curie Fellow, University of Oxford)
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MONDAY 19th JUNE 2017
14.00: NIGEL WILSON, Introductory remarks about Greek Studies in the West 1) TEXTS AND TOOLS FOR LANGUAGE STUDIES CHAIR: Nigel Wilson 14.15 Paola Tome', How did they study Greek in 15th century Veneto region ? 14.30 Giuseppe Ucciardello, Greek lexica in the West during the Renaissance: some remarks on the Lexicon Cyrilli 14.45 - 15.00 Discussion 2) TRANSLATIONS AND RE-USE CHAIR: Nicola Gardini 15.00 - 15.15 Martin McLaughlin, Lucian's Musca in the Quattrocento, between Guarino and Alberti 15.15 - 15.30 Cressida Ryan, Reading The Renaissance Through Sophocles 15.30 - 15.45 Discussion 15.45 - 16.15 COFFEE BREAK 3) COMMENTARIES AND SCHOLARLY PRODUCTIONS: PHILOSOPHY AND MEDICINE CHAIR: Martin McLaughlin 16.15- 16.30 David Lines, Interpreting Aristotle in the Vernacular: Two Case Studies (Bernardo Segni and Lodovico Castelvetro) 16.30 - 16.45 Caroline Petit, The Reception Of Galen In The Renaissance: Problems & Prospects 16.45 - 17.00 Discussion 4) EARLY PRINTED GREEK BOOKS: FROM CATALOGUES TO DIGITAL LIBRARIES CHAIR: Paola Tomè 17.00 - 17.15 Anna Maria Tammaro, "Greek studies in 15century Europe": a Digital library in progress 17.15 - 17.30 Margaret King, How to create new tools for a Digital Library on early printed Greek books? 17.30- 17.45 Discussion 17.45 CONCLUSIONS 18.00 WINE RECEPTION