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Literature Seminar

LITERARY SEMINAR NON-NUCLEAR FAMILY RELATIONS IN GREEK AND LATIN LITERATURE

Seminars will be held at 17:15 on Wednesdays in room1.04. All are welcome.

24th January

Emily Gowers (Cambridge)

Knight’s moves: the son-in-law in Cicero and Tacitus

31st January

Renaud Gagné (Cambridge)

Edgy Cousins? Hyperborea between Cult and Song            

7th February

Erica Bexley (Durham)

Seneca’s Hercules Furens: self-reliance and surrogate parents

14th February

Pat Easterling (Cambridge)

Brothers, sisters, and a brother-in-law in Sophocles’ OC

21st February

Lucia Prauscello (Cambridge)

Of fathers, sons and prophets: did Orion have to give up his reign in Corinna PMG 654 col. iii.37-41?

28th February

Liz Irwin (Columbia)

The Politics of the pallakē in Euripidean drama

 7th March

Cédric Scheidegger Laemmle (Basel/Cambridge)

Para-paternal voices in Statius’ Silvae

14th March

Daniel Ogden (Exeter)

Dragons as pets

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