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Editing Greek and Roman Fragmentary Drama: A Word to the Editors [POSTPONED] - 23/03/2020, Oxford (England)

12.03.2020

 

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 23/03/2020

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Seminar room,First floor, Ioannou Centre, Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford (Oxford, England)

 

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Federico Favi

 

INFO: 

 

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:  Gratis/free/gratuito  Deadline: 16/03/2020

 

Se ruega enviar un email a/please contact/ si prega di inviare una email a federico.favi@classics.ox.ac.uk

 

UPDATE:

 

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the colloquium is currently postponed (new date TBC).

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:

 

Introduction (9.15–9:30)

 

First session (9:30–11:00), Chair: Scott Scullion (University of Oxford)

Luigi Battezzato (University of Eastern Piedmont): The fragments of Euripides’ Bacchae

Lyndsay Coo (University of Bristol): Editing one-word fragments

 

Coffee break (11:00–11:30)

 

Second session (11:30–12:15), Chair: Federico Favi (University of Oxford)

Daniela Colomo (University of Oxford): ‘Old’ supplements and new papyri: the case of Menander’s Georgos and a new papyrus fragment from the Leipzig collection (P.Lips. inv. 402)

 

Lunch (12:15–14:15)

 

Third session (14:15–15:45), Chair: Wolfgang de Melo (University of Oxford)

Peter Kruschwitz (University of Vienna): [Al]iquotie(n)s mortuus [sum], set sic nunquam: fragments of Roman drama beyond the script

Salvatore Monda (University of Molise): Prologues in fragmentary Roman comedies

 

Coffee break (15:45–16:15)

 

Fourth session (16:15–17:00), Chair: Domenico Giordani (University of Oxford)

Costas Panayotakis (University of Glasgow): Problems with editing the fragments of Atellane comedy: the case-study of Pomponius’ Lar familiaris.

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