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Anachronism and Antiquity - 23-24/03/2018, Tallahassee (FL, USA)

07.01.2018

 

 

Anachronism and Antiquity is a Leverhulme Trust-funded project, running from 2016 to 2019, which is undertaking the first systematic study of the concept of anachronism in Greco-Roman antiquity and of the role played by the idea of anachronism in the formation of the concept of antiquity itself. The project, led by Professor Tim Rood and Professor John Marincola, with research associates Dr Tom Phillips and Dr Carol Atack, looks at both classical and modern material, pairing close analysis of surviving literary and material evidence from classical antiquity with detailed study of the post-classical term ‘anachronism’, and with modern theoretical writings that link the notion of anachronism with the conceptualization of antiquity

 

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 23-24/03/2018

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Florida State University, (Tallahassee, FL, USA)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: John Marincola

 

INFO:  web - jmarinco@fsu.edu.

 

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:  Gratis/free/gratuito 

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:  

 

 -Carol Atack, St Hugh’s College, Oxford, ‘Plato’s Queer Time: Dialogic Moments in the Life and Death of Socrates’

- Emily Greenwood, Yale University, ‘Reading Across Time: Thucydides’ History as Literature of Witness’

- Constanze Güthenke, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, ‘“For Time is / nothing if not amenable” – Exemplarity, Time, Reception’

- Brooke Holmes, Princeton University, ‘The Temporal Relation: Flow, Fold, Kairos’

- K. Scarlett Kingsley, Agnes Scott College, ‘Euripides’ Scholiasts: Blending Temporalities Heroic and Present’

- Ellen O’Gorman, University of Bristol, ‘Reception and Recovery: Rancière’s Authentic Plebeian Voice’

- Mark Payne, University of Chicago, ‘The Future in the Past: Hesiod and Speculative Fiction’

- Tom Phillips, Merton College, Oxford, ‘Shelley’s Plastic Verse: the “Hymn to Mercury”’

- Barnaby Taylor, Exeter College, Oxford, ‘Archaism and Anachronism in Lucretius’

 

The conference will run all day Friday and Saturday morning, ending with lunch on Saturday

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