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PERSIKA - A day of "Persian Things" - 27/11/2019, Cardiff (Wales)


The British Institute of Persian Studies is pleased to announce a Day of 'Persian Things' - PERSIKA- at Cardiff University.

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 27/11/2019

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Cardiff University (Cardiff, Wales)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Professor Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones; Dr Eve MacDonald

INFO: Llewellyn-JonesL@cardiff.ac.uk MacDonaldG@Cardiff.ac.uk

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: Gratis/free/gratuito

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA: Disponible también en PDF/Also available in PDF/Anche disponibile in PDF

Wednesday 27th November 2019


Session 1 9.30-12.00: The Tower Building (70 Park Place) room 0.03

Session 2 1.00-6.00: The Tower Building (70 Park Place) room 0.01


9.30am Assemble for COFFEE


10.00am

Jan Stronk (Amsterdam) - ‘The Greeks and Persia’.


10.40am

Eran Almagor (Jerusalem) - ‘Notes on the Chronology of the Reign of Artaxerxes II’.


11.20am

Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones (Cardiff) - ‘Dating the Book of Esther: Between the Achaemenids and the Hasmoneans’.


12.00 LUNCH


1.00pm

Stephen Harrison (Swansea) - ‘Borders and the Limits of Universality in the Achaemenid and Seleucid Empires'.


1.40pm

Melissa Benson (UCL) - ‘Violence in the Behistun Monument’.


2.20pm

Mai Musee (Oxford) - ‘Myth and Reality: Persia in the Ancient Novel’.


3pm COFFEE


3.20pm

Kirstin Droß-Krüpe (Kassel) - ‘Semiramis, Queen of Babylon, in Baroque Opera’.


4.00pm

Julia Hartley (Warwick) - ‘Resuscitating the Achaemenids: Jane Dieulafoy’s Parysatis on the Page and on the Stage'.


4.45pm

Keynote Speaker:

Irene Madreiter (Innsbruck) – ‘Abduction into the seraglio: gendered notions of the ‘harem’ from Ctesias of Cnidus to Cristina de Belgiojoso and Lady Montagu’.


6.00pm Drinks & Dinner

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