Myth in the Greek and Roman Worlds: New Perspectives - 14/05/2019, Milton Keynes (England)
We are pleased to present the one-day workshop, 'Myth in the Greek and Roman Worlds: New Perspectives', on Tuesday 14th May from 10.30am-4.15pm at the Open University’s Walton Hall Campus in Milton Keynes. The event will cover a broad range of topics around current methods in teaching and researching ancient Greek and Roman myth, and the programme will consist of papers from Dr Genevieve Liveley, Dr Fiona Hobden, Professor Fiona McHardy, Dr Emma Stafford, and Dr Greta Hawes. All are welcome to attend.
FECHA /DATE/DATA: 14/05/2019
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Open University’s Walton Hall Campus (Milton Keynes, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Christine Plastow; Jan Haywood.
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10:30 Welcome & introduction (Christine Plastow & Jan Haywood)
10:45 Genevieve Lively - Beyond the beautiful evil? Mythmaking and the ancient/future history of sex robots
11:30 Tea & coffee break
12:00 Fiona Hobden – Myth and theory?
12:45 Emma Stafford - Ways of telling (and recovering) the story: a multi-media approach to Greek myth
13:30 Lunch break
14:15 Fiona McHardy - Approaching difficult subjects in myth
15:00 Tea & coffee break
15:15 Greta Hawes – Myths in ruins
16:00 Closing remarks (Christine Plastow & Jan Haywood)