Seen on Classicists (please send any responses to the folks mentioned in the quoted text, not to rogueclassicism!):
Classics and the Classical in the Eighteenth Century.
A Conference at King¹s College London
15-16 July 2010, The Conference Room, King¹s College London, The Strand.
Convenor: William Fitzgerald (William.fitzgerald AT kcl.ac.uk)
Presentations will include:
Michael Silk (King¹s College London) ³Classical, Neo-classical and Romantic:
The Point of No Return².
Paul Davis (University College London) ³Volcanic Classicism²
Jonathan Sacks (Concordia, Canada), ³The Time of Decline²
Joshua Billings (Oxford) ‘²Sophocles and the German Spirit’².
Katherine Harloe (Reading) ³Winckelmann¹s Early Reception and the Invention
Matthew Bell (KCL) ³Goethe and the Classics²
Sebastian Matzner (KCL) ³The Collapse of a Classical Tradition? An
Archaeological Investigation into OThe End of Rhetoric¹ around 1800:
Gottsched, Kant, Schlegel².
Crystal Bennes (KCL) ³Lucan and Problems of Genre in 18th Century France².
Michael Hardy (KCL) and Katherine East (Royal Holloway) ³Ciceronian Rhetoric
in Georgian England²
Matthew Hiscock (UCL) ³Classics for the Radical Fringe: Republicans and
Dissenters at the end of the 18th century²
Suzanne Aspden (Oxford) Making Musical Classics in Eighteenth-Century London
Ismene Lada-Richards (KCL). ³Thinking with Ancient Pantomime in 18th century
England and France².
To register, please contact William Fitzgerald
(william.fitzgerald AT kcl.ac.uk)