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What more can we say about Seneca? - 14-15-16-17/12/2020, Lisbon (Portugal)





The Centre for Classical Studies of the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon is organizing an International Conference on Seneca to promote and encourage a critical reflection on the permanence of themes, values, perspectives and representations of Seneca’s works in Western literature and culture.

The Conference will take place between 14-17 December 2020, and, through the interdisciplinary debate of the contribution given by the experiences of researchers from different fields of study, it aims:

- to determine how Seneca became one of the most prominent figures in Western culture;

- to consider, examine and reflect on our current knowledge about Seneca, his life and works;

- to explore new study angles and what remains to be said about Seneca in the Twenty-First Century, in light of the renewed interest shown in his works.



FECHA/DATE/DATA: 15-16-17/12/2020


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of Lisbon (Lisbon, Portugal)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Ricardo Duarte ; Cristina Pimentel ; Nuno Simões Rodrigues ; Ana Matafome ; Maria Luísa Resende ; Rui Carlos Fonseca


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estándar/standard/ standard: 140 Euros

master/Phd: 90 Euros

público / attendance / publico: 25 Euros






Confirmed Keynote Speakers

António Pedro Mesquita (University of Lisbon)

Alessandro Schiesaro (University of Manchester)

Catharine Edwards (University of Cambridge)

Gareth David Williams (Columbia University)

Chiara Torre (University of Milan)

Jean-Christophe Courtil (University of Toulouse)

Jesús Luque Moreno (University of Granada)

José Pedro Serra (University of Lisbon)

Martha Nussbaum (University of Chicago)

Paulo Sérgio Ferreira (University of Coimbra)


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