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Research Seminars

Forthcoming

Research seminars take place on Wednesdays at 2pm or  Fridays at 4 pm. Papers are followed by discussion. All are very welcome.

The work-in-progress seminars,  hosted by the Centre for late antique studies, provide an informal opportunity to discuss work-in-progress amongst experienced and early-career researchers and doctoral students. All welcome. 

25 September 2019
2:00 PM, Arts seminar room 1, Arts Building, University of St Andrews
Speaker: Maurizio Sonnino (La Sapienza)
Was Euripides the father of New Comedy? A propos Satyrus Vit. Eur. P. Oxy. 1167 fr. 39 col. VII
27 September 2019
4:05 PM, Room S11, Swallowgate, University of St Andrews
Speaker: Zachary Hallock (Michigan/St Andrews)
Political inclusion and the emergence of historical Rome in the 4th c. BCE
04 October 2019
4:05 PM, Room S11, Swallowgate, University of St Andrews
Speaker: Jordi Comella (Sorbonne)
Becoming like God in Epictetus' Discourses
11 October 2019
4:05 PM, Room S11, Swallowgate, University of St Andrews
Speaker: David Potter (Michigan)
Italy Imagined and Invented: Histories from Lycophron to the Elder Cato
01 November 2019
4:05 PM, Room S11, Swallowgate, University of St Andrews
Speaker: Emma Greensmith (Cambridge)
Maternal Poetics in Late Antiquity
08 November 2019
4:05 PM, Room S11, Swallowgate, University of St Andrews
Speaker: Achim Lichtenburger (Bochum)
Mt Olympus between imagination and archaeology
15 November 2019
4:05 PM, Room S11, Swallowgate, University of St Andrews
Speaker: Nathan Gilbert (Durham)
Strategies of Syncretism in Varro
22 November 2019
4:05 PM, Room S11, Swallowgate, University of St Andrews
Speaker: Syrithe Pugh (Aberdeen)
Writing Back to Seneca From the Renaissance
29 November 2019
4:05 PM, Room S11, Swallowgate, University of St Andrews
Speaker: Jamie Wood (Lincoln)
Global connections and local elites in post-Roman Hispania: people, objects and ideas

Head of Serapis. Marble, 2nd century AD, found in Carthage, Tunisia (derivative work by MaryWK based on image from wikimedia commons (2006))

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classcon@st-andrews.ac.uk

Research Seminars

Please direct enquiries to

Roger Rees, 
School of Classics,
University of St Andrews,
St Andrews KY16 9AL.
Tel.:
01334-462600.
E-mail:
classicsdor@st-andrews.ac.uk

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