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‘Classical Displacement(s)’: An interdisciplinary one-day conference on the displacement of marginal

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We are delighted to announce a call for papers for the event ‘Classical Displacement(s)’: An interdisciplinary one-day conference on the displacement of marginalised identities through and within the Classics

Keynote Speaker: Katherine Fleming


FECHA /DATE/DATA : 23/11/2018


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Senate House (London, England)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Sam Agbamu ; Rioghnach Sachs ; Sam Thompson. King's College London.


INFO: WEB - classicaldisplacement@gmail.com


INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: Aquí/here/qui Deadline 16/11/2018


Gratis/free/gratuito

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

PROGRAMME:


09.30-10.00 – Registration & Welcome


10.00-11.25 - Panel 1: Gendered Displacements.


Peter Swallow, KCL - The Birds and the Bees: Dis-/Re-/Redis-placement(s) in Aristophanic Performance.


Kathryn Adams, University of Exeter - Elagabalus: The Worst of them All? Why Cultural Attitudes to Gender Caused 18th- and 19th-Century Historians to Brand a Roman Emperor the Worst Figure in all of History.


Oliver Baldwin, KCL - Queer Medea: Construction and Deconstruction of the Gendered Self in Luis Riaza’s Medea is a good boy.


11.25-11.45 – Refreshment Break.


11.45-13.35 – Panel 2: Who Owns Antiquity?


Matthew Mordue, University of Roehampton - The Appropriation of the Classics by the Alt-Right.


Claire Frampton, The Museums Association - Performance Of Classical Stories With Traditionall Marginalised Groups


Karl Goodwin, University of Kent - Ancient Culture and Modern Ethnicity: Regaining Voices through Narratology.


Fiona Hobden, University of Liverpool - Akala’s Hip-Hop Odyssey: The Politics of Race and the Classical Tradition on British Television.


13.35-15.00 – Lunch


15.00-15.05 – Afternoon Welcome.


15.05-16.30 – Panel 3: Displacing Ideologies: Classical Contestations


Virginia Ghelarducci, SAS - Slaves and Masters: Aristotle’s Politics in Valladolid (1550–1551).


Angelica Baker Ottaway, KCL - Identifying with Homer: Simone Weil’s Return to the Trojan War.


Adam Lecznar, UCL - Children of Antaeus: Classical Displacement in Léopold Sédar Senghor.


16.30-16.50 – Refreshment Break.


16.50-17.50 – Keynote Lecture: Katherine Fleming, QMUL (Title TBC)


17.50-18:00 – Closing Remarks.


18:00-18:45 – Wine reception (followed by an informal dinner).





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