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Primo Congresso Internazionale di Studi ermeneutici su simbolo, mito e “modernità dell’antico” nella letteratura italiana e nelle arti dal Rinascimento ai giorni nostri

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Primo Congresso Internazionale di Studi ermeneutici su simbolo, mito e “modernità dell'antico” nella letteratura italiana e nelle arti dal Rinascimento ai giorni nostri

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First International Conference on Hermeneutics of Symbol, Myth and “Modernity of antiquity” in Italian literature and the Arts from the Renaissance up to the present day (Milan, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, 1-2 December 2015).

Proposals need to analyze myth and symbols from the perspective of the “modernity of antiquity”. This perspective requires to take into account the available philological and historical resources and to focus on the identification of ancient literary and religious sources of myth and mythological symbol related to forms of archaic, pre-Homeric, non-Olympic or ancient mystery pagan religions, both Mediterranean and non Mediterranean, but neither Homeric nor Olympic. The purpose to device new strategies for deciphering the deepest meaning, namely the scriptio inferior, of literary and art works conceived from the perspective of the “modernity of antiquity” and with a multilayered semantic structure.
The conference organizers will not take into consideration proposals which consider myth and symbol in general terms from a psychological, psychoanalytical, sociological, ethnological or anthropological perspective, which consider myth merely in the perspective of “traditional narrative”, or which analyze themes and figures of Homeric-Olympic mythology.


Languages: Italian, English, French, Spanish and German.
All the participation proposals (POSTER or SPEECH) must be sent via email to the Scientific Secretary ( Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir. ) by November, 10 together with the following two attachments:
File n. 1: a pdf file including ONLY the title and the abstract of the proposal; 10 key words WITHOUT any personal details; the number of the panel the proposal is referring to.
File n. 2: a pdf containing, apart from the title of the speech or poster, the abstract (1000 characters, spaces included), 10 keys words, at least 3 bibliographical references and the number of the panel the proposal is referring to (see file 1), also the following information: first name, last name, citizenship, residence, passport; title University and academic position (full professor, associate professor, researcher, aggregate professor; PhD student, grant researcher; laboratory teacher; assistant).
Freelance researchers (MA and PhD) will have to add the title of the PhD and Degree and the University they attended; the title of their thesis and the name of their tutor/s; their current job position and their job experiences.
The subject line of the email, the title of file n. 1 and 2 must all contain the number and the title of the panel to which the proposal belongs.
Please note that the conference accepts proposals in Italian, English, French, Spanish and German.
The communication regarding the accepted proposals (both speech and poster) will be sent by November, 15.

For further information on the “modernity of antiquity”, the panels and the program, please contact: Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir. , Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir. .
The essays selected by the evaluation committee will be susequently published in a book.

Organisation : Angela Ida Villa (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano); Bart Van Den Bossche (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
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Source : Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

 

Syntaktika

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Syntaktika

Revue de syntaxe et de sémantique du grec ancien

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SYNTAKTIKA, revue de syntaxe et de sémantique du grec ancien de l'université Jean Monnet, lance un appel à contribution pour ses prochains numéros. Nous examinons toutes les propositions portant sur la syntaxe et la sémantique du grec ancien.

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Antiqua et Mediaevalia: Call for articles

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Antiqua et Mediaevalia: Call for articles

 

Antiqua et Mediaevalia is a section of the Anuari de Filologia, the series of journals from the Faculty of Philology of the Universitat de Barcelona.
Since 2011, Antiqua et Mediaevalia started a new era and it is a rigorously peer-reviewed scholarly journal. It draws from a broad spectrum of perspectives and methods, - mainly philological-, offering the widest possible geographical scope and chronological range, from Ancient languages and literatures to the medieval and modern eras. In addition to original research, the journal features book reviews, editorials, and lists of newly published work. Proposals of monographic volumes and dossiers are also wellcome. Contributions can be sent in Catalan, Spanish, French, English and Italian.


For further information see the webpage of the journal or ask the editor, Dr. Alejandra Guzmán Almagro.

 

Source : Anuari de Filologia. Antiqua et Mediaevalia

 

Cléopâtre : personnage historique, personnage littéraire

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Journées de l'Antiquité 2014 - Journée d'étude "Jeunes chercheurs"

"Cléopâtre : personnage historique, personnage littéraire"

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A l'occasion des vingt-cinq ans des Journées de l'Antiquité, une journée « Jeunes chercheurs » est actuellement en préparation à la MMSH sur le thème « Cléopâtre : personnage historique, personnage littéraire ».
Parce qu'elle bénéficie de la curiosité non démentie au fil des siècles des artistes autant que des historiens, archéologues et philologues, cette figure dominante de l'Egypte hellénistique semble offrir aux chercheurs issus de différentes formations un terrain de rencontre particulièrement riche. Cette journée d'étude est donc conçue comme un dialogue entre jeunes chercheurs venus d'horizons différents (histoire, histoire de l'art, archéologie, littératures anciennes et modernes...) et ayant pour objectif d'offrir un portrait divers et nuancé de la dernière des Ptolémées.
Nous nous montrerons sensibles aux différentes approches scientifiques proposées. Pour fournir quelques orientations à titre indicatif (et non limitatif), les participants peuvent considérer les pistes suivantes:

- Revue critique des connaissances historiques et archéologiques relatives à Cléopâtre VII (nouveaux apports sur la dernière représentante des Ptolémées / état de la recherche sur les sources).
- Perspectives iconographiques antiques : l'image de Cléopâtre de son vivant / une dimension politique intégrée dans l'idéologie dynastique lagide ?
- De l'histoire au mythe : le regard des historiens antiques sur Cléopâtre.
- Influences du personnage, ou de son avatar fantasmé, dans les arts (toutes époques confondues).
- L'image de Cléopâtre aujourd'hui et sa récupération dans l'actualité.

Le temps de parole prévu est de 30 minutes par intervention, suivies de 10 minutes de discussion.

Nous invitons tous les étudiants intéressés (inscrits soit en doctorat soit en Master II) à nous envoyer leurs propositions d'intervention avant le 20 février 2014.

Lieu de la manifestation : Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l'Homme (Aix-en-Provence)
Organisation : Anaïs Michel (Centre Camille Jullian UMR 7299)
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A Catalogue of Digital Editions

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A Catalogue of Digital Editions

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This website showcases the research data collection work undertaken by PhD candidate Greta Franzini at the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities under the supervision of Dr Melissa Terras and Simon Mahony.
Greta is creating a digital edition of the oldest surviving manuscript of S. Augustine's De Civitate Dei. Before doing so, her research seeks to examine best practice in the field of digital editions by collating relevant evidence in a detailed catalogue of extant electronic text projects. The catalogue records features, scope, philological as well as technological aspects of each edition and is exhibited here in its embryonic form with the intention of becoming a collaborative endeavour for the benefit of the Digital Humanities community.

Lists of digital editions already exist and have been around for many years. None, however, record project features, nor do they provide an easy means of browsing, viewing and downloading the data. Greta's catalogue fills that gap as it not only provides an up-to-date record of what is currently available but breaks projects down into their constituent parts for a detailed understanding of their build.
The catalogue is of great benefit as it provides:
- an accessible, unique record of what has been used and tested in the past, what works and what does not;
- an insight into past, present and future projects;
- the possibility of viewing trends or patterns (e.g. what time periods are most covered or which institutions produce the largest number of digital editions);
- a platform where collaborators can engage in live discussions and update information as it becomes available;
- a means of identifying which areas need to be improved and flagging up broken links or errors.
While currently serving as a doctoral survey, the catalogue is being developed into a large resource. With this website, Greta hopes to encourage interested scholars to join the project as co-editors and, together, record extant electronic editions for the benefit of the Digital Humanities community.

For more information on how to contribute, visit the About page on this website.

Source : Site du catalogue

 


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