Tenth Groningen Workshop on Hellenistic Poetry: Hellenistic Poetry in Context

By | 28 marca 2010

W dniach 25-27 sierpnia 2010 r. odbędzie się 10th Groningen Workshop on Hellenistic Poetry.

Program warsztatów:

Thursday 26 August
Location: Academiegebouw (Zernikezaal), Broerstraat 5
Chair: Annette Harder

9.30 – 11.00

  • Enrico Magnelli (Florence) Jewish Greek Epic: Theodotus, Philo the Elder, and their (possible) Audience
  • Markus Mülke (Neuendettelsau) Arat and Aristoboulos: A Jewish Reader of the Phainomena

11.30 – 13.00

  • Andreas Fountoulakis (Rethymnon) The Poet and the Prophetess: Lycophron’s Alexandra in Context
  • André Looijenga (Groningen) The Spear and the Ideology of Kingship in Hellenistic Poetry

14.00 – 15.30

  • Jackie Murray (Saratoga Springs) Poetically Erect: Herodas 6 and 7 in the Context of Female Oriented Mockery in the Cult of Demeter
  • Marios Skempis (Erfurt) “Mütter machen Männer”: Matrifocality in Hellenistic Poetry

16.00 – 17.30

  • Stefano Caneva (Pavia) Courtly Love, Power and Stars. The Queen in IIId century Royal Couples, through Poetry and Epigraphic Texts
  • Dee Clayman (New York) A New Historical Context for Acontius and Cydippe (Call.fr.67-75 Pf.)

17.45 – 18.30

  • Rolf Strootman (Utrecht) The Golden Age in Hellenistic Poetry

Friday 27 August
Location: Academiegebouw (Zernikezaal), Broerstraat 5

9.30 – 11.00

  • Amanda Regan (Philadelphia) Science and Hellenistic Magic in the Argonautica
  • Helen Todd (Oxford) A Great and Mighty Wonder: Posidippus’ Iamatika as a Cultural Collection and Display

11.30 – 13.00

  • Keyne Cheshire (Davidson) Callimachus’ Hymn 5 and an Alexandrian Audience
  • Ingo Schaaf (Freiburg) Trick and Trade: The Eretrian Hymn to the Idaian Dactyls (IG XII, 9 259)

14.00 – 15.30

  • Regina Höschele (Toronto) Honestus’ Heliconian Flowers: Epigrammatic Offerings to the Muses at Thespiae
  • Jan Kwapisz (Warsaw) The Muse got Sober? Towards a Theory of the Divorce of Poetry and Drinking in the Hellenistic Age

16.00 – 17.30

  • Valentina Garulli (Bologna) Stones as Books, the Layout of Hellenistic Inscribed Poems: More than an Epigraphic Context
  • Peter Bing (Atlanta) Inscribed Epigrams in and out of Sequence

17.30 – 17.45 Conclusion

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