CONF: University of Nottingham Department of Classics, Research Workshops 2012-13

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University of Nottingham, Department of Classics
Research Workshops 2012-13, Semester 1

Tuesday, 2nd October (in association with the Centre for Ancient Drama and its Reception, University of Nottingham):
Matthew Wright (Exeter)—‘Greek Tragedy and Quotation Culture’

Tuesday, 9th October (in association with the Centre for Spartan and Peloponnesian Studies, University of Nottingham):
Dr Jim Roy (Nottingham)—’Around Mount Lykaion from the Bronze Age to the Roman Empire’

Tuesday, 16th October (in association with the Institute for the Study of Slavery, University of Nottingham):
Robin Osborne (Cambridge)—‘The History of Slavery Written on the Body’

*Tuesday, 23rd October, 5.30pm (a meeting of the Classical Association Nottingham Branch):
Peter Toth (Warburg Institute, London) ‘The Hidden History of Classical Drama Between Greco-Roman Theatre and Medieval Stage’

Tuesday, 30th October (in association with the Centre for Ancient Drama and its Reception, University of Nottingham):
Sarah Miles (Durham)—‘Comic Drama and the Popularising of Attic Tragedy: a Case for Attic Pop. Culture?’

Tuesday, 13th November:
Kostas Vlassopoulos (Nottingham)–‘The Barbarian Repertoire in Greek Culture’

Tuesday, 20th November:
Alex Mullen (Oxford)—‘Languages in Roman Britain’

Tuesday, 27th November (in association with the Centre for Ancient Drama and its Reception, University of Nottingham):
Lucy Jackson (Oxford)—‘Plato’s Other Choruses: beyond the Timaeus, Phaedrus and ἀπαίδευτος ἀχόρευτος’

Tuesday, 4th December:
Emily Kneebone (Cambridge)—’Generic Ventriloquism in Later Greek Epic’

Tuesday, 11th December (in association with the Centre for Late Antique and Byzantine Studies, University of Nottingham):
Shaun Tougher (Cardiff)—‘Eunuchs as Generals in the Later Roman Empire: the Case of Narses’

* Please note the slightly later start time of this meeting.

Papers are followed by discussion. All are welcome. Workshops take place on Tuesdays starting at 5p.m., in the Humanities Building, Room A3. Please note that the Classical Association meeting (Tuesday, 23rd October) begins at 5.30pm.

Enquiries should be directed to: Esther Eidinow, School of Humanities, University of Nottingham University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD. Tel.: 0115 951 4810; e-mail: esther.eidinow AT nottingham.ac. uk. For details about the Classical Association Nottingham Branch, please contact Nikolai Lipatov, n.lipatov AT gmail.com.

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