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Titre:
Reading History in Antiquity
Quand:
21.04.2017 - 22.04.2017 
Où:
Schloß Rauischholzhausen - Ebsdorfergrund
Catégorie:
Colloques, journées d'études

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Reading History in Antiquity

Audience-Oriented Perspectives on Classical Historiography

 

21-22 April 2017,
Schloß Rauischholzhausen,
Germany


Confirmed keynote speakers:
Dennis Pausch, Technische Universität Dresden
Antonis Tsakmakis, University of Cyprus


FRIDAY, 21 APRIL 2017

09.00–09.15: Opening remarks
09.15–10.15: Antonis Tsakmakis, “Chance, Causality and Historical Narrative: The Oxyrhynchus Historian and the Historiographical Tradition”

PANEL A: 5th Century Greek Historiography: Herodotus and Thucydides
10.15–10.55: Edward M. Harris, “Creating a New Kind of Reader: Thucydides' Aims in the Archaeology”
10.55–11.35: Marcin Kurpios, “Readers' Responses to Thucydides' Narrative of the Final Sea Battle in the Harbour of Syracuse in the Light of Ancient Literary Criticism”

11.35–11.50: Coffee break

11.50–12.30: Aurélien Pulice, “From ἐξήγησις to μίμησις: Thucydides' Readership as Exemplified in ὑπομνήματα from the Roman Period”
12.30–13.10: Patrick Reinard, “Reading Ancient Historiography in Excerpts. The Case of the Papyrological Fragments of Herodotus and Thucydides”

13.15–14.30: Lunch

PANEL B: Reading Greek Historiography in the Hellenistic and Imperial Era: Aims and Profits
14.30–15.10: Uwe Herrmann, “Polybius and the Benefits and Pleasures of Reading Historiography”
15.10–15.50: Ronald Orr, “Polybius's Readers: Pragmatism and Pleasure”
15.50–16.30: Evan Waters, “Reading History with Lucian: The Historian as Performer in How to Write History”
16.30–17.10: Evgenia Moiseeva, “History of Outsiders or History for Outsiders: Flavius Josephus' Narrative Techniques and his Readers”

19.00: Dinner


SATURDAY, 22 APRIL 2017

09.00–10.00: Dennis Pausch, “Livy, the Reader Involved, and the Audience of Roman Historiography”

PANEL A: Roman Historiography of the 1st Century BC: Erudition and the Audience's Expectations
10.00–10.40: Edwin Shaw, “Sallust, the lector eruditus, and the purpose of history”
10.40–11.20: Marine Miquel, “The Audience of Latin Historical Works in the 1st century B.C. in the Light of Geographical and Ethnographical Descriptions”

11.20–11.35: Coffee break

PANEL B: Roman Historiography of the Imperial Era I: Tacitus and Pliny
11.35–12.15: George Baroud, “Affective History and the Atmosphere of the Early Empire”
12.15–12.55: Christoph Leidl, “Reading Spaces, Observing Spectators in Tacitus' Histories”

13.00–14.15: Lunch

14.15–14.55: Ari Zatlin, “A History in Letters? Pliny the Younger and the Limits of Imperial Literature”

PANEL C: Roman Historiography of the Imperial Era II: Self-Fashioning and Authorship
14.55–15.35: Pauline Duchêne, “Historiography in the Margins and the Reader as a Touchstone”
15.35–16.15: Lydia Spielberg, “Whose Li(n)e Is It Anyway? Ancient Readers and the Historian's Persona”
16.15–16.55: Adam Kemezis, “The Magnificent Six? Multiple Authors and Meanings in the Historia Augusta”

16.55–17.10: Greetings

18.30: Dinner

Lieu de la manifestation : Schloß Rauischholzhausen
Organisation : Mario Baumann, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen; Vasileios Liotsakis, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
Contact : mario.baumann[at]klassphil.uni-giessen.de; vliotsakis[at]yahoo.gr

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