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Graduate Interdisciplinary Seminar

Graduate Interdisciplinary Seminar

Fridays at 17.15 in Room 1.11

All Graduates are warmly invited to attend the Graduate Interdisciplinary Seminar (GIS) series, which will be running on Friday evenings throughout the Term. The Seminar format is usually two twenty-minute papers, each followed by questions and discussion, or one paper followed by a ‘snippet’ (a shorter presentation focusing on a more specific issue or problem, to be discussed at greater length). The GIS provides an ideal forum for discussing new ideas and developing presentational skills in a relaxed, friendly and supporting environment. The Seminars are always followed by drinks and dinner at a nearby pub, to which everyone is welcome

 

5 May

Aleksander Musiał: 'Carving Classics: Stockholm Muses, Gustav III's public spectacles, and the making of the past in the 18th century'

Ed Millband: 'Textual Conjectures in the Pseudo-Senecan Octavia'

 

12 May

Di Yan: 'Let the Masks Speak: Multiple Images of Medusa and the Gendered Expression'

Mateo González-Vázquez: 'A Cross-Cultural Approach to the Ancient

Economy: Storage as an Economic Process'

 

19 May

Albert Bates: 'Artistic Images in Lucretius' DRN 1'

Peter Swallow: 'Pearls before Swine: Aristophanes at Play in Percy Shelley's 'Swellfoot the Tyrant''

 

26 May

Katharine Shields: 'Local cases in Mycenaean Greek and Hittite'

Benedek Kruchió: '(Beyond) epic: Homeric narrative motifs in Heliodorus'

Aethiopica'

 

2 June

Valeria Pace: 'Aetiology in Moschus' Europa'

Gabriele Rota: 'Towards a new text of Cicero, Ad Atticum?'

 

9 June

Ludovico Pontiggia: 'Metamorphoses into anti-Caesarian ideology: Ovid's and Pompey's apotheoses'

Leah Lazar: 'Negotiation in the fifth-century BC Athenian tribute system'

 

 

For further information please contact the organisers:

Lea Niccolai (ln294) and Gabriele Rota (gr351).

We look forward to seeing as many Graduates there as possible.

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