CONF: Edinburgh Classics Seminars Semester 2 2009/2010

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Edinburgh Classics Research Seminar 2009/2010

All seminars take place on Wednesdays at 5 pm in Faculty Room North, David Hume Tower (ground floor), unless otherwise stated. For further information please contact Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones (l.llewellyn-jones) or Ursula Rothe (ursula.rothe).

13th January
7pm: CAS /Roman Society Meeting – DHT Faculty Room South
Prof. T.P. WISEMAN, FBA (Exeter)
‘Ariadne in Ovid and Catullus’

20th January
‘Murranus the Pannonian: civilizing the provincial barbarian’

27th January
Prof. HELEN KING (Reading)
‘Following Phaethousa: gender and transformation in the reception of [Hippocrates] Epidemics 6.8.32’

3rd February
Prof. IAN HAYNES (Newcastle)
‘Recent excavations at Birdoswald on Hadrian’s Wall’

10th February
‘The Pindaric first person in flux’

17th February
7pm: CAS Meeting – DHT Faculty Room South
Prof. LAWRENCE KEPPIE (Hunterian Museum, Glasgow)
‘Searching for Trimontium on the map of Roman Scotland’

24th February
‘Some problems in Ovid’s poetic career’

3rd March
Dr. JASON KOENIG (St Andrews)
‘Landscape and the representation of reality in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses’

10th March
Dr. IPHIGENEIA LEVENTI (University of Thessaly)
‘Architectural sculpture in Athens in the time of the Peloponnesian War’

17th March
Dr. RICHARD RAWLES (Edinburgh)
‘Ibycus and epic’

24th March
Prof. JUDITH MOSSMAN (Nottingham)
‘Sophocles’ Antigone and Electra and civic identity’

21st April
7pm: CAS /Hellenic Society Meeting – DHT Conference Room
Prof. C.J. TUPLIN (Liverpool)
‘Marsyas meets the Great King: the mythic landscape of classical Celaenae’

5th May
Conference Room (!)
Prof. FERGUS MILLAR (Oxford)
‘Jerome and Palestine’

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