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4th international Conference of PhD students in Classical Philology-13-14-07/2017, Corfu (Greece)

Editare, commentare, interpretare: approcci multi formi al testo letterario Edieren, kommentieren, interpretieren: Die vielfältigen Zugänge zu literarischen Texten Editar, Comentar, Interpretar: apropaments multi formes al text literari Έκδοση, υπόμνημα, ερμηνεία: ποικιλόμορφες προσεγγίσεις του φιλολογικού κειμένου Editing, commenting, interpreting: multiform approaches to literary text.

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 13-14-07/2017

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Ionian University (Corfu, Greece)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Liana Lomiento (Urbino) ; Gernot Michael Müller and Bardo Gauly (Eichstätt) ; Carlos Varias García and Joan Pagès Cebrian (Barcelona) ; Christine Walde and Annemarie Ambühl (Mainz) ; Theodoros Pappas, Athanasios Efstathiou and Vaios Vaiopoulos (Ionian University).




Co-organized by the ‘Region of Ionian Islands” and Università di Urbino Carlo Bo, Universitat autónoma de Barcelona, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Iohannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz, Ionian University Corfu Program 13.7.2017 10.00 Welcome and Greetings. Theodoros Pappas. Athanasios Efstathiou a. Ancient Greece. Chair Annemarie Ambühl 10.20 Marina Fernández Monterrubio, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: The Study of Minoan Religion based on Linear B Tablets from Knossos: Questions of Methodology, Identification of Deities and Their Continuity. Some Examples 10.40 Tullia Spinedi, Università di Urbino Carlo Bo: A new interpretation for the first poem preserved in PSI X 1174 11.00 Lorenzo Bucceroni, Università di Urbino Carlo Bo: Anacreon: how to provide a collection of testimonia 11.20 Coffee break 11.40 Loredana Di Virgilio, Università di Urbino Carlo Bo: Metrical, musical and dramaturgical aspects in the Hoopoe’s first song (Ar. Av. 209-222) 12.00 Nello Sidoti, Università di Urbino Carlo Bo: Some neglected evidence on the pre-Alexandrian circulation of tragic texts 12.20 Stamatios Souvlakis, Ionian University: Athletics in ancient Greece: the struggle to win 12.40 Discussion 14.00 Lunch b. Ancient Rome I. Latin Love Elegy. Chair: Bardo Gauly 17.30 Eva Werner, JGU Mainz: The elusiveness of Roman love elegy in the light of Tibullus III 8-18 17.50 Jonas Ludäscher, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt: De-Constructing Corinna: The introduction of the puella in the Amores of Ovid 18.10 Coffee Break 18.30 Efterpi Tsiampazi, IonianUniversity: Ovid’s Heroides: controversies and ambiguities in between elegy and epos 18.50 Aikaterini Kehagiadaki, Athens University-Ionian University: Effectiveness and Ethical conundrums in Ovid’s Ibis 19.10 Discussion 20.30 Dinner 14.7.2017 c. Ancient Rome II. Prose and Poetry. Chair Christine Walde 10.00 Sabine Retsch, Katholische Universitaet Eichstaett-Ingolstadt: The paratextual frame of Cicero´s De oratore 10.20 Isabella Brummer, Katholische Universitaet Eichstaett-Ingolstadt: Constructing an autobiographical mode of perception in Hor. Sat. 1.5 10.40 Coffee Break 11.00 Matthias Heinemann (JGU Mainz): Lucan and Caesar’s De bello Gallico– an Intertextual Approach 11.20 Stefano Rozzi, Katholische Universitaet Eichstaett-Ingolstadt: The Strategemata: a Vademecum for Generals 11.40 Discussion d. Late Antiquity. Chair: Gernot Michael Müller 12.20 Chiara Marie Schuerch, Katholische Universitaet Eichstaett-Ingolstadt: The virtue of fortitude in the De officiis of Ambrose of Milan: analysis and possible explanation 12.40 Michele De Lazzer, Università di Urbino Carlo Bo: Editing a Latin glossary: among problems of interpretation and textual corruptions 13.00 Johanna Schenk, Katholische Universitaet Eichstaett-Ingolstadt: Aeuo friget, adulterio calet (Alc. Avit. epist. 18, p. 49,28P = ep. 15,2MR). Two Bishops and a Case of Incest. 13.20 Discussion 14.00 Conclusion. Liana Lomiento 14.40 Lunch 20.30 Dinner

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