CONF: St Andrews Seminars

Seen on Classicists (please send any responses to the folks mentioned in the quoted text, not to rogueclassicism!):

All seminars take place on Fridays at 4.00 p.m. (note the new time!) in
Swallowgate 11. Papers are followed by discussion. All are very welcome.

Feb 12th Richard Steadman-Jones (Sheffield) ‘Language of Art’: The
Place of Greek in the 18th-Century ‘Origin of Language’ Debate’

Feb 19th Trevor Mahy (St Andrews) ‘A return to republican
politics? Reconstructing the res publica in the wake of Caesar’s
assassination’

Feb 26th Dagmar Hofmann (Cologne) ‘The Place of Refreshment -
Refrigerium in early Christian sources’

March 5th Roy Gibson (Manchester): ‘Latin letter collections as
failed autobiography’

March 12th Colin Adams (Liverpool) ‘Understanding Corruption in Roman
Egypt’

March 19th Calum MacIver (Edinburgh) ‘Quintus Smyrnaeus’
Posthomerica: (M)use-less Singing’

March 26th Gwynaeth McIntyre (St Andrews) ‘Divine Dead Babies: The
deified children of the Roman imperial family’

April 16th Georgia Petridou (St Andrews) ‘Divine Epiphanies and
Hereditary Priesthood in Pisidian Pogla’.

April 23rd Luke Houghton (Glasgow) ‘Latin love elegy in the
Renaissance’

April 30th Rosanna Omitowoju (Cambridge) title tbc

May 7th Shadi Bartsch (Chicago) ‘Metaphor and Senecan Stoicism’

Enquiries should be directed to: Roger Rees, School of Classics,
University of St Andrews, St Andrews KY16 9AL. Tel.: 01334-462685. FAX:
01334-462602. E-mail: rdr1 AT st-andrews.ac.uk

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