CONF: Cicero Awayday

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Cicero Awayday VI

Monday 17 May 2010

Newcastle University,
Research Beehive, room 2.20

The Cicero Awaydays offer an informal forum for presenting papers (whether
full-fledged ones or work in progress) on any aspect of Cicero’s life and
works. The first five editions were held, at two-year intervals, in
Scottish universities; this year the day is hosted by Classics at
Newcastle University.

Everyone with an interest in matters Ciceronian is very welcome to attend.
There is no conference fee, but in view of making arrangements, it would
be helpful if anyone planning, or possibly planning, to attend could let
me know by 1 May (at jakob.wisse AT newcastle.ac.uk).

Maps of Newcastle and of our campus are available at:
http://www.ncl.ac.uk/historical/research/conferences/ciceroawaydayVI.htm

PROGRAMME

10.45-11.15 Coffee

11.15-1.15 Session 1

11.15-11.20 Welcome

11.20-12.00 Henriette van der Blom (Oxford): ‘Cicero on Caesar’s oratory’

12.00-12.35 Gesine Manuwald (University College London): ‘Cicero’s
Catilinarian orations: the function of the speeches before the People in
this corpus’

12.35-1.15 Maggie Robb (King’s College London): ‘“Popularis” ideology in
Republican senatorial oratory’

1.15-2.00 Lunch

2.00-3.50 Session 2

2.00-2.35 Federico Santangelo (Newcastle): ‘Cicero and divination by lot’

2.35-3.10 Lucy Jones (King’s College London): ‘Nostra Memoria: Social
Memory in Cicero’s Rome’

3.10-3.50 Andrew Lintott (Oxford): ‘The comparison between the orators in
Plutarch’s Lives of Demosthenes and Cicero’

3.50-4.10 Tea

4.10-5.25 Session 3

4.10-4.45 Hannah Swithinbank (St Andrews): ‘Driving out the enemy:
Cicero’s Philippics and the danger of exclusionary rhetoric’

4.45-5.25 Dominic Berry (Edinburgh): ‘Cicero and Greek art’

5.25-… Closure, drinks, closing discussion

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