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Byron the Latinist - 12/12/2017, Oxford (England)

23.10.2017

 

On Tuesday 12 December 2017 the APGRD will host a one-day conference, ‘Byron the Latinist’, to address a still under-explored area. Its programme of speakers will address the broader context and examine Byron’s engagement with individual Latin authors and works.

 

FECHA/ DATE/DATA: 12/12/2017
 
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: 
Lecture Theatre, Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies (Oxford, England)

 
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE:
 APGRD (Archive of Performances of Greek & Roman Drama) of Oxford University 
 

INFO:  web 
 

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:  Registration link
 

- Estándar/standard/standard: £15

 

- Estudiantes/students/studenti: £10

 

Includes lunch, refreshments and a drinks reception.


PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

 

9.30am: Registration and coffee

 

10am: Fiona Macintosh (Oxford), Welcome and Chair of Session 1

 

10.05am: Sir Drummond Bone (Oxford), Introduction

 

10.30am: Jonathan Sachs (Concordia University, Montreal), ‘Byron and the Literary Lower Empire’

 

11.15-45: COFFEE

 

Session 2: Chair, Stephen Harrison (Oxford) 

 

11.45am: Karen Caines (Oxford), ‘Translation’s servile trade’

 

12.30pm: William St. Clair (London), 'Lord Byron and Francis Hodgson, co-authors' 

 

1.15-2.15pm: LUNCH

 

Session 3: Chair, Stephen Minta (York)

 

2.15pm: Anna Camilleri (Oxford), ‘Byron’s Juvenal’

 

3pm: Timothy Webb (Bristol), 'Byron's Binoculars: Horace Re-visioned'

 

3.45-4.15pm: TEA

 

Session 4: Chair, Sir Drummond Bone (Oxford) 

 

4.15pm: Mirka Horová (Charles University, Prague), ‘Byron’s Lucretian Clinamen’ 

 

5pm: Bernard Beatty (Liverpool and St Andrews), Reflections on the day.

 

5.30pm: Drinks reception

 

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