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					                    University of London School of Advanced Study

              INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

                      ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY:
         POST-ARISTOTELIAN PHILOSOPHERS READING PLATO

                           Mondays throughout the year at 5 pm.
                           Senate House 331 until further notice
                     Organizers: Bob Sharples and Anne Sheppard
                Contacts: r.sharples@ucl.ac.uk and a.sheppard@rhul.ac.uk


17 October    Bob Sharples             Introduction: Plato the Classic?

31 October    David Sedley             The Stoic reception of theological arguments from
                                       Xenophon and Plato

14 November   Anne Sheppard            Prolepsis and the aporema of the Meno

28 November   Paul Scade               Plato and the Stoics on nature and ethics
12 December   Speaker / title to be announced

16 January    Julia Wildberger         Colores Platonici in Seneca

30 January    Linda Woodward           Diogenes of Babylon reading Plato on music

13 February   John Sellars             Did the Stoics reverse Platonism?

27 February   George Boys-Stones       Stoics vs Platonists on Causality andExplanation

13 March      Chris Gill               Marcus Aurelius - how Stoic and how Platonic?

15 May        Mauro Bonazzi            Stoicism and Platonism in the Academy of Antiochus
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                INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

                       TOPICS IN GREEK LITERATURE

                              Mondays in the autumn term at 5 pm
                              Senate House 349 until further notice
                                    Organizer: Chris Carey
                                  Contact: c.carey@ucl.ac.uk


 3 October      Pat Easterling            Notes on notes: the ancient scholia on Sophocles

10 October      Nick Lowe                 The Greek myths

17 October      Ahuvia Kahane             The phenomenology of epic: time and
                                          the problem of representation

24 October      Nick Gonis                Grenfell and Hunt

31 October      Marco Fantuzzi            The bucolic world in Theocritus and his commentators

14 November     Malcolm Heath             Homeric questions

21 November     Chris Stray               The rise and fall of Porsoniasm, 1810–50

28 November     Miriam Leonard            Hellenism and Hebraism in 19th century
                                          Classical scholarship

 5 December     Felix Budelmann           Defining lyric

12 December     Postgraduate forum




                        TOPICS IN LATIN LITERATURE

                              Mondays in the spring term at 5 pm
              Organizers: Jonathan Powell, Alessandro Schiesaro and Maria Wyke
               Contacts: j.powell@rhul.ac.uk and alessandro.schiesaro@kcl.ac.uk
                                  Programme to be announced
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              INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

                    ACCORDIA RESEARCH SEMINAR

                     Tuesdays in spring and summer terms at 5.15 pm
                                Organizer: Kathryn Lomas
                               Contact: k.lomas@ucl.ac.uk


                           New Perspectives on the Etruscans

25 January    Giovanna Bagnasco Gianni          Writing choices in the Italian peninsula
                                                during the age of Tarquinius Priscus

31 January    David Ridgway                     Demaratus and the Hellenization of Etruria

 7 February   Speaker / title to be announced

21 February   Roman Roth                        Etruria without the Etruscans: a critique of
                                                the ethnocentricity of a discipline

28 February   Carrie Roth-Murray                The construction of Etruscan power during
                                                the Orientalizing and Archaic Periods

21 March      Speaker / title to be announced

25 April      Francesca Serra Ridgway           Title to be announced

 9 May        Simon Stoddart                    The Etruscan Body
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                  INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

                                 MYCENAEAN SEMINAR

                          Wednesdays throughout the year at 3.30 pm
                           Senate House 329 / 330 until further notice
                Organizers: John Bennet, Cyprian Broodbank, Olga Krzyszkowska
                                   Contact: olgak@sas.ac.uk


12 October       Susan Lupack              Secular and sacred ‘collectors’: how did they manage
                                           to make a living?

 9 November      Birgitta Eder             Olympia and Elis from Late Bronze to the Early Iron Age

 7 December at 5 pm Ventris Lecture
                 Vassiliki Adrymi-Sismani New light on the Mycenaeans in northern Greece:
                                          excavations at Dimini in Thessaly

18 January       Susan Sherratt            Homer’s Trojan War: history or bricolage?

15 February at 2.30 pm Irene Nikolakopoulou       Storage facilities and domestic economy:
                                                  The evidence from LC I Akrotiri

15 March         Evangelos Kyriakidis      The peak sanctuary at Pyrgos and Minoan ‘symbolism’

17 May           Donald Haggis      Stylistic diversity and diacritical feasting in Early
                                            Protopalatial Petras
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                  INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES
                            CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY

                            Wednesdays throughout the year at 5.00 pm
                                Senate House 331 until further notice
                          Organizers: Alan Johnston and Alexandra Villing
              Contacts: alan.johnston@ucl.ac.uk and AVilling@thebritishmuseum.ac.uk


 5 October        Andy Meadows             The Athenian Empire: coins and standards;
                                           rhetoric and practicality

19 October        Richard Jones            Kilns and ceramic production in the Greek world

26 October        Adrienne Lezzi-Hafter    Where the wild things are: the side-themes
                                           on the François krater

16 November       Olga Palagia             Keeping up with the Seleucids & Ptolemies:
                                           art and royalty in Sparta of the 3rd c. BC

30 November       Peter Higgs              Back to the 2nd century BC: the sculptured coffers
                                           from the Temple of Athena Polias at Priene

25 January        Lindy Crewe              Ceramics and identity on LBA Cyprus

 8 February       Judith Barringer         Myth and architectural sculpture

22 February       Peter Schultz            Leochares’ Argead portraits in the Phillipeion at Olympia

 8 March          Speaker / title to be announced

22 March          Clare Kelly-Blazeby      Houses and bars in classical Greece:
                                           problems of interpretation

10 May            Bilge Hürmüzlü           The earliest group of Clazomenian sarcophagi:
                                           a new chronology
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                 INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

                                   ANCIENT HISTORY

                          Thursdays throughout the year at 4.30 pm
                Senate House 331 until 13 October; thereafter Stewart House 274
                            Autumn term – Organizer: Tim Cornell
                              Contact: Tim.Cornell@sas.ac.uk


                                Roman Historians in Fragments

 6 October       Tim Cornell             The Roman Historians Project

13 October       Andrew Drummond         Appian, Plutarch and Pollio

20 October       Stephen Oakley          Licinius Macer

27 October       Mark Pobjoy             The historical work of Sempronius Asellio

 3 November      Barbara Levick          Asinius Quadratus: between Greece and Rome?

[10 November: Hellenic Society]

17 November      Christopher Smith       On the edges of history

24 November      John Briscoe            The citations of lost historians in Nonius Marcellus

 1 December      Ed Bispham              One gentleman to another? The problem of
                                         Fabius Pictor’s audience(s)

 8 December      John Rich               From Fabius Pictor to Valerius Antias:
                                         the formation of the annalistic tradition

15 December      Simon Northword         Fragments of the Roman historians: a retrospective and
                                         prospective view


                     Spring and summer term programmes to be announced
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              INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

               POSTGRADUATE WORK IN PROGRESS

                             Fridays throughout the year at 4.30 pm
                              Senate House 331 until further notice
                                    Organiser: Luca Asmonti
                                Contact: luca.asmonti@kcl.ac.uk


7 October     Ben Schiller (Edinburgh)

14 October    Julie Albrow                      Magic and philosophy: were the Neoplatonists
              (Durham)                          heading down a slippery slope of superstition?

21 October    Angelo Giavatto                   ‘Chapter families’ and ‘intrasystemic glosses’:
              (Bologna / Cambridge)             Methodological reflections on Marcus Aurelius’
                                                ta eis eauton

28 October    Elizabeth Macaulay                The roll of ollae perforatae in ancient Roman
              (St John’s, Oxford)               garden deisng and in the ancient plant trade in
                                                the Vesuvian region

4 November    Keiko Grace Kobori                Issues on religious rituals on the Parilia
              (UCL)                             described in Ovid’s Fasti

11 November   Julie Rowbotham                   Egyptian influence on Ptolmaic religion
              (Birkbeck, London)

18 November   Anna McCulloough                  Looking at women to see men:
              (St. Andrews)                     imperial women and Suetonius

25 November   Abbie Gometz                      title to be announced
              (Leeds)

2 December    Jonas Stigaard                    Gorgias’ challenge to the self
              (KCL)

9 December    Federico Santangelo               title to be announced
              (UCL)

16 December   Luca Asmonti                      Conon, Athens and Cyprus in the aftermath
              (KCL)                             of Aegospotami


                   Spring and summer term programmes to be announced

				
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