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What is Early Latin? - 10-11/07/2018, St Andrews (Scotland)

06.06.2018

 

 

The goal of the conference is to offer a fresh investigation of early Latin, from a variety of linguistic perspectives.  The intention in particular is to establish which features can be properly labelled as 'earlyLatin' and which instead have wrongly been associated with it (and for what reasons and purposes).  Later varieties of Latin will have a place in the conference, but in a restricted sense: in the classical period (and beyond) there were some writers who tried to imitate or reproduce in places the Latin of an earlier age, and there were also interpreters of early Latin, who commented on some of its features. 

 

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 10-11/07/2018

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: School of Classics, University of St Andrews (St Andrews, Scotland)

 

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Giuseppe Pezzini (St Andrews); Anna Chahoud (TCD); James Adams (All Souls)


INFO: web - gp63@st-andrews.ac.uk

 

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:  Aquí/here/qui   Deadline: 30/6/2018

 

-15£ por día/per day/ al giorno. Incluye comida, te y cafe/ It includes lunch, tea and coffee/Include pranzo, tè e caffè

 

-Cena del congreso/conference dinner/cena della conferenza: £30

 

Because of the limited availability of rooms, accommodation cannot be booked through the online shop: if interested please email gp63@st-andrews.ac.uk

 

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

 

Tuesday 10 July

 

Registration: 9.00-9.20

 

Introduction: 9.20-9.30 (Giuseppe Pezzini)

 

Session 1: 9.30-11.00 (Chair: Giuseppe Pezzini)

The Language of Early Latin Epic (Wolfgang De Melo)                                          

Sound and word order in the Early Latin hexameter (Anna Chahoud)           

Patterns of Repetition in Republican Orators (Christa Gray)                            

 

11.00-11.30 Coffee Break

 

Session 2: 11.30-12.15 (Chair: James Adams)

Some syntactic features of Latin legal texts (Olga Spevak)                          

Greek Influences in Cato's Latin (Neil O’Sullivan)                                        

 

12.15-14.30 Lunch

 

Session 3: 14.30-16.00 (Chair: Harm Pinkster)

Pliny rewrites Cato (Cynthia Damon)                                                        

Lucretius and early Latin (Barnaby Taylor)                                                 

 

16.00-16.30 Coffee Break

 

Session 4: Skype Plenary Session (16.30-18.00) (Chair: Anna Chahoud)

 

19.30 Conference Dinner

 

Wednesday 11 July

 

Session 5: 9.00-10.30 (Chair: Harm Pinkster)

Latin Edepol'by Pollux' (Brent Vine) [Skype]   

Ecquisin Early Latin: aspects of questions (Colette Bodelot)      [Skype]      

Nonius Marcellus and the Shape of Early Latin (Jarret Welsh)             

 

10.30-11.00 Coffee Break

 

Session 6: 11.00-12.45 (Chair: Anna Chahoud)

The language of comedy and tragedy in early Latin drama (Robert Maltby) 

Early Latin in Roman comedy? (Giuseppe Pezzini)                               

The fragments of Atellana Comedy (Costas Panayotakis)                    

Cicero and early dramatic Latin (Gesine Manuwald)                                     

 

Conclusions 12.45-13.00  (James Adams)

 

13.00-14.30 Lunch

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