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Titre:
Lisbon Flavian Seminar: The Battle of Cannae in the Roman Poetic Imagination
Quand:
25.01.2021 
Catégorie:
Séminaires, conférences

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Information signalée par William J. Dominik

 

Lisbon Flavian Seminar: Neil W. Bernstein (Monday, January 25, 2021)

 


The Centre for Classical Studies at the University of Lisbon is continuing to host its Lisbon Flavian Seminars online. All scholars of the Flavian era are invited to participate in these online seminars.

The seminars are envisaged as a meeting point for all scholars who are interested in the Flavian era. They are being held online via Zoom and, for those interested, a link will be sent upon registration.

We hope that these online seminars will contribute to the discussion of issues of the Flavian era, including in such areas as literature, history and archaeology, which are of concern to scholars working in this area at a time when we are all constrained by the coronavirus from attending conferences and seminars in person.

The fourth Lisbon Flavian Seminar of the academic year 2020-2021 will take place this month in late January 2021 as follows:

Speaker: Neil W. Bernstein (Ohio University, USA)
Title: "The Battle of Cannae in the Roman Poetic Imagination"
Date: January 25, 2021 (Monday)
Time: 5:00 p.m. GMT (Portugal/UK)
12:00 p.m. (Ohio, USA)


Please note that the meeting time is 5:00 p.m. GMT.

All scholars interested in these online seminars are welcome to register with us. You can send a request for registration to one of the organisers below. If you have previously sent a request to one of us to register for the Lisbon Flavian Seminars, you do not need to send us another request unless you have not received a response from the organizers, in which case we request that you contact us again. (If you wish to remove your name from the list of registrants, you need only to send us a brief e-mail message to request this.)

We hope to see you at our second seminar on January 25, 2021 (Monday).

Ana Lóio (analoio[at]campus.ul.pt)
William Dominik (williamjdominik[at]campus.ul.pt)