CONF: ΜΟΥΣΑ ΠΑΙΖΕΙ. GREEK AND LATIN TECHNOPAEGNIA, RIDDLES, ACROSTICHS, POETIC PUNS, METRICAL CURIOSITIES

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ΜΟΥΣΑ ΠΑΙΖΕΙ. GREEK AND LATIN TECHNOPAEGNIA, RIDDLES, ACROSTICHS, POETIC PUNS, METRICAL CURIOSITIES, ETC.
An international conference
Institute of Classical Studies, University of Warsaw
5th-7th May 2011

Speakers: Krystyna Bartol (University of Poznań), Kim Beerden (Leiden University), Rebeca R. Benefiel (Washington and Lee University), Aurélien Berra (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense), Ewen Bowie (University of Oxford), Christophe Cusset (ENS Lyon), Jerzy Danielewicz (University of Poznań), Michael Fontaine (Cornell University), Valentina Garulli (Università di Bologna), Antje Kolde (Université de Genève), Jan Kwapisz (University of Warsaw), Pauline LeVen (Yale University), William Levitan (Grand Valley State University), Dunstan Lowe (University of Reading), Christine Luz (University of Nottingham), Rachel Mairs (University of Oxford), Dimitrios Mantzilas (University of Patras), Marina Martelli (Università degli Studi di Milano), Lisa Maurizio (Bates College), Barbara Milewska-Waźbińska (University of Warsaw), Frits Naerebout (Leiden University), Alexandra Pappas (University of Arkansas), David Petrain (Vanderbilt University), Erin Madeleine Sebo (Trinity College Dublin), Michael B. Sullivan (Johns Hopkins University).

For further information, visit http://www.ifk.uw.edu.pl/mousapaidzei.html.
A programme is available at http://www.ifk.uw.edu.pl/pdf/mousa_paizei_programme.pdf.
With the support of the Vice Rector of the University of Warsaw Professor Włodzimierz Lengauer, the Warsaw University Foundation and the Warsaw Tourist Office

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