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International Conference on Orality and Greek Literature in the Roman Empire
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Organizer: Consuelo Ruiz Montero (Dpto. de Filología Clásica de la Universidad de Murcia)
Place: Museo del Teatro Romano de Cartagena (Murcia), Spain
Date: 29-31 May 2014

M. Andreassi (Univ. di Bari, Italia): “Le barzellette tra oralità e scrittura: il caso del Philogelos».
E. L. Bowie (Corpus Christi College, Oxford, United Kingdom): “Poetic and prose oral performance in the Greek world of the Roman empire: the evidence of epigraphy”.
A. Chaniotis (All Souls College, Oxford, United Kingdom): “The oral transmission of memory in the Greek cities of the Imperial period”.
J. A. Fernández Delgado (Univ. de Salamanca, Spain): “Literaturiedad y oralidad en la obra de Plutarco”.
P. Gómez Cardó (Univ. de Barcelona, Spain): “Relato oral, ficción y construcción narrativa: a propósito del Tóxaris de Luciano”.
E. Hall ((King´s College, London, United Kingdom): “Pantomime, multilingualism and orality under the Roman Empire’.
L. Kim (Trinity Univ., U.S.A.): “Oral performance, storytelling, and transmission in Dio Chrysostom”.
I. Konstantakos (Univ. of Athens, Greece): “The Alexander Romance and the archaelogy of folk narratives”.
F. Mestre (Univ. de Barcelona, Spain): “La palabra hablada o el prestigio de la oralidad en Luciano”.
J. A. Molina (Univ. de Murcia):”Presencia de la oralidad en la Historia Secreta de Procopio”.
J. Nollé (Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik, Munich, Germany): «Implanting stories in the collective consciousness. The role of the so called Greek Imperials in memorising Greek literature and oral traditions».
L. Núñez (Univ. de Lausanne, Suisse): “Embedded orality in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses and Florida”.
C. Ruiz-Montero (Univ. de Murcia, Spain): “Relatos orales en textos narrativos griegos del Imperio”.
I. C. Rutherford (Univ. of Reading, United Kindom): “From Egyptian to Greek Literature: Oral or Written Transmission?”.
H. Schwarz (Univ. of Munich, Germany): “Biologoi – Storytellers in Ancient Greek Cities”.
M. Squire (King´s College, London, United Kingdom): “Telling tales on Mithras: The oral art of the story on “Mithraic Reliefs”.
A. Stramaglia (Univ. di Cassino, Italia): “Libri ‘a fumetti’ nel mondo greco-romano”.

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