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Fünftes internationales Doktorandenkolloquium der Klassischen Philologie. "Edieren, kommentieren, interpretieren: Die vielfältigen Zugänge zu literarischen Texten" - 05-06-07/07/2018, Mainz (Germany)

06.06.2018

 

 

We are pleased to announce the Vth Edition of the PhD International Conference "Edieren, kommentieren, interpretieren: Die vielfältigen Zugänge zu literarischen Texten", taking place in Mainz next 5th to 7th July 2018.

 

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 05-06-07/07/2018

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO:  Philosophicum, Mainz (Mainz, Germany)

 

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Liana Lomiento (Urbino);  Bardo Gauly (Eichstätt);Vaios Vaiopoulos (Corfu);  Christine Walde (Mainz);  Fabio Stok (Rom)


INFO: 

 

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:  Gratis/free/gratuito

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

 

05.07.2018

 

16:00   

Welcome 

         

Greek Literature

 

16:20   

Baruch Martínez Zepeda (Roma) Il massacro di Lemno: costruzione di un mito

16:40   

Marie-Charlotte von Lehsten (Mainz) Tragedy of Darkness: The Role of Night in Euripides’ Rhesus

17:40   

Aleksandar Milenkovic (Mainz) Alcmaeon's theory of visual perception: a case study

18:00   

Martina Peloso (Roma)  Medicina e magia nelle Argonautiche di Apolloniolega

18:20   

Francesco Arcolaci (Urbino) Hellenistic sources of Oppian’s Halieutica: a history of a literary genre

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Textual tradition and edition

09:00   

Tullia Spinedi (Urbino)Title of poems recorded in ancient bookrolls

09:20   

Valentina Dardano (Urbino) From the papyrus to the edition: the tradition of Menander’s Kitharistes

09:40   

Michele De Lazzer (Urbino) Editing a Latin glossary: Some philological questions

10:20-10:50     

10:50   

Lorenzo Bucceroni (Urbino) Traveling Poets in the Mediterranean Sea: the Routes of Anacreon.

11:10   

Loredana Di Virgilio (Urbino)  Comparing ancient and modern colometries: the case of Ar. Ra. 1264-1277

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Roman Literature: Ovid and Seneca

14:00   

Jonas Ludäscher (Ingolstadt-Eichstätt)

Practise what you preach?! The self-portrayal of Seneca in the Epistulae Morales

14:20   

Efterpi Tsiampazi (Corfu) Ovid's Heroides: epic elements in elegy

14:40   

Eva Werner (Mainz) Narration and power - Sulpicia's roles in Tib. III 8-12  

15:20   

Katerina Kehagiadaki (Corfu)  Ovid's Ibis and its literary tradition

15:40   

Adrian Weiß (Mainz) Identities of an Exul - playing with the self in Ovid's Epistulae Ex Ponto Lectiones Latinae

17:00   

Stefano Rozzi (Ingolstadt-Eichstätt) Quaestiones philologicae de Frontini exemplis

17:20   

Marie-Luise Reinhardt (Mainz) De Latine loquendi methodo saeculo XVIII exeunte

 

 07.07.2018

 

Inscriptions

09:00   

Alessia Gonfloni (Roma) Thauma Mega, a dedicatory inscription from Gyrtoni (Thessaly)

09:20   

Marina Fernandez Monterrubio (Barcelona)  e-re-u-ti-ja and pi-pi-tu-na. An analysis of two Minoan goddesses from the Mycenaean inscriptions to first millennium B.C. sources

09:40   

Nello Sidoti (Urbino)  Sophocles in the Demes Roman Literature

10:50

Karina Rollnik (Mainz) The depiction of Abraham in Prudentius’ Psychomachia.           

11:10

Ioannis Davvetas (Corfu)  The archetypical character of the "Hero" in the classic period of literrature and its embodiment in the modern action cinema

 

11:30 

Matthias Heinemann (Mainz)  Caesar and the Mutinies: BG I,39-42 and Luc. V, 237-373

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