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Conversations with the Other. UWICAH Postgraduate Conference 2018 - 17/11/2018, Cardiff (Wales)


We are pleased to announce that Cardiff University will be hosting the sixth annual Universities in Wales Institute of Classics and Ancient History Postgraduate Conference on 17 November 2018.

FECHA /DATE/DATA : 17/11/2018

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Wales Institute of Classics and Ancient History, University of Cardiff (Cardiff, Wales)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Cadance Butler ; Will Lewis. UWICAH Postgraduate Conference 2018.



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Please include our name and any dietary requirements. Coffee/tea/lunch will be provided We will be going out for a bite to eat after the conference has ended, so please also let us know whether you would like to join!


Our keynote address will be given by Cardiff University’s Professor Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones and will be on Masculinity and the Violation of the Other in Attic Art: Rethinking the Eurymedon Vase.


10.00-10.30 Registration

10.30-11.30 Panel 1

11.30-12.00 Tea and Coffee

12.00-13.00 Keynote Address

13.00-14.00 Lunch

14.00-15.00 Panel 2

15.00-15.30 Tea and Coffee

15.30-16.30 Panel 3

16.30-17.30 Closing Remarks and Wine Reception

17.30 Post-Conference Dinner

Papers (in order)

  1. William Lewis (Cardiff University, Wales) - Forgotten Voices: Fabius Titianus vs. the Constantinian Dynasty

  2. Susan Leybourne (UWTSD Lampeter, Wales) - Understanding Mystical Experience in Ancient Texts

  3. Ewan Short (Cardiff University, Wales) - Recovering Maria Skleraina's Agency within 11th c. Byzantine Politics

  4. Suzanne Lynch (University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland) - Accessing Rape Narratives in Greek Literature

  5. Danchen Zhang (Boya College Sun Yat-sen University, China) - Weaving the Metaphorical Carpet: Clytemnestra's Scene in Euripides'Electra

  6. Domiziana Rossi (Cardiff University, Wales) - Achaemenid Women's Voices

  7. Florian Schumann (University of Rostock, Germany) - Rethinking Blindness in Sophocles' Oedipus Rex

  8. Matthew Byrne (Cardiff University, Wales) - The Fate of Mazdak: The Rise and Fall of a Proto-Socialist sect in 6th c. Iran

  9. Justin McLean (UWTSD Lampeter, Wales) - Finding the Silent Majority: Methodological and Philisophical Issues in Researching the Ancient 'Working Classs

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