Tablet and Verse: Curses and Curse Poetry in Antiquity - 21-22/02/2020, Tallahassee (FL,USA)
FECHA/ DATE/DATA: 21-22/02/2020
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Turnbull Conference Center, Florida State University, Tallahassee (FL, USA)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Celia Campbell; Virginia Lewis
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Speakers: Leonardo Costantini, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, “The Rhetorical Power of Curses in Apuleius’ Apology” Christopher Faraone, University of Chicago, “A Bronze Head of Augustus in Nubia, an Aramaic Curse in a Galilean Synagogue and the Long Afterlife of Pharaonic Trampling Curses” Tom Hawkins, The Ohio State University, “Curse this Body! Somatic Poesis and Invective” Alexander Hollmann, University of Washington, “Kronos/Khronos on Curse Tablets from Antioch and Caesarea” Catherine Keane, Washington University in St. Louis, “A Man of Parts: Crispinus from Epigram to Satire” Jessica Lamont, Yale University, “Cursing in Hexameter: Between Oral Poetry and Inscribed Text” Ivana and Andrej Petrovic, University of Virginia, “Contingent Curses on the ‘Non-Movables’” Ioannis Ziogas, University of Durham, “Magic and Law in Latin Elegy” Discussion chaired by Gareth Williams, Columbia University