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New Classicists Conference - 07/12/2019, London (England)





We are pleased to announce the call for papers for our inaugural postgraduate conference series.  The theme for this conference will be Collaboration and/or New Techniques in the Classics. 


FECHA/DATE/DATA: 07/12/2019


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: King’s College (London, England)



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0930            Welcome

0940    Guest Speaker: Dr Abigail Graham (ICS) - Carrying the past into the future: The role of the Ephebes in Salutaris'    procession at Ephesus

1020            Paul Kelly (KCL) - Risk and return in Roman Egypt

1055            Break

1110            Konstantin Schulz (HU Berlin) - CALLIDUS: A database of exercises for learning Latin

1145    Benjamin Wilck (HU Berlin) - Hidden messages in Greek mathematics: Results of a statistical analysis of linguistic regularities in Euclid's Elements

1230    Lunch & Poster Presentations

1340    Giulia Frigerio (Kent) - The impact of the laurel on Apolline divination: Affecting the mind without the use of drugs

1415    Noga Erez-Yodfat (Ben-Gurion) - Senses and the embodied mind of the mystes in ancient mystery cults

1450    Mark McCahill (Glasgow) - The ancient senses and Roman ritual: Considering imagines as memory objects in an interdisciplinary context

1525    Break

1540    Greg Gilles (KCL) – Fulvia and Octavia: How social networks can aid us in identifying female agency

1615    Vivienne McGlashan (Bristol) - The Bacchants are silent: Applying cognitive approaches to explore ritual maenadism

1650    Nathalie Choubineh (Reading) - Kinetography: A methodological framework for reading kinetic motifs in the Greek vase-painting

1730    Drinks Reception


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