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									      The Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Literature (AMPAL) Conference
                           Saturday 10th – Sunday 11th September 2011
                           Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL)
                              POWER and MANIPULATION
                                CONFERENCE PROGRAMME


SATURDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER 2011
09.00-10.00 Registration
10.00-11.30 Panel 1
                                     Panel 1, Founders Main Lecture Theatre
10.00-10.30    Katerina Mikellidou (UCL) “Psychagōgia in fifth-century Athenian drama: Power-play
               between the world of the living and the Underworld”
10.30-11.00    Jessica Baxter-Lloyd (Roehampton) “A Tale of Two Hekabes: Euripides’ Manipulation
               of Hekabe’s Transformation”
11.00-11.30    Lucy Van Essen-Fishman (Oxford) “Making Stories count in Philoctetes”
11.30-11.50 Break
11.50-13.20 Panels 2 and 3
                                     Panel 2, Founders Main Lecture Theatre
11.50-12.20    Max Eager (Oxford) “The Neronian War in Armenia: an exercise in smoke and
               mirrors”
12.20-12.50    Virginia Clark (Princeton) “Aemilius Paulus’ tour of Greece: the Roman appropriation
               of Greek landscape in Livy”
12.50-13.20    Vasileios Liotsakis (Thessaloniki) “Summers and Winters: Thucydides’ chronological
               system as a literary means of manipulation”


                                               Panel 3, McCrea Room 219
11.50-12.20    Jane Burkowski (Oxford) “Violent Hair-pulling and the Power Dynamics of Latin Love
               Elegy”
12.20-12.50    Iiro Laukola (Helsinki) “Propagandizing from the Womb: Callimachus' Hymn to Delos
               and the Oracle of the Potter”
12.50-13.20    Vasiliki Kousoulini (Athens / Durham) “Archilochus and Lycambes, Alcman’s 5 PMG
               and Pindar’s fr. 122: Three Examples of Manipulation of Lyric Poems by Ancient
               Writers and Commentators”
13.20-14.20 Lunch
14.20-15.50 Panels 4 and 5
                                     Panel 4, Founders Main Lecture Theatre
14.20-14.50    Andreas Serafim (UCL) “A Theatre of Justice: Ethopoiia in Demosthenes’ On the
               Crown”
14.50-15.20    Liesbeth Claes (Radboud, Nijmegen) “A diachronic analysis of the representation of
               the imperial successor on the Roman imperial coinage”
       The Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Literature (AMPAL) Conference
                         Saturday 10th – Sunday 11th September 2011
                         Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL)
                              POWER and MANIPULATION
15.20-15.50    Eleanor Reeve (Oxford) “Cato Maior and the Construction of the Vir Bonus”
SATURDAY 10TH SEPTEMBER 2011


                                             Panel 5, McCrea Room 219
14.20-14.50    George Gazis (Durham) “Odyssey 11: the power of vision in the invisible realm”
14.50-15.20    Simone Finkmann (Oxford) “Divine Disguise in Roman Epic”
15.20-15.50    Ioannis Lambrou (UCL) “Thersites: From the Aethiopis to the Iliad and Vice Versa”
15.50-16.10 Break
16.10-17.40 Panels 6 and 7
                                      Panel 6, Founders Main Lecture Theatre
16.10-16.40    Gillian Granville Bentley (KCL) “Directing Chaereas in Chariton’s Callirhoe”
16.40-17.10    Elizabeth Dollins (Exeter) “Leucippe: chasing Achilles Tatius’ disappearing heroine”
17.10-17.40    Niki Karapanagioti (Reading) “The Manipulation of Gender Roles and the Power of
               Cross-Dressing in Herodotus’ Histories”


                                             Panel 7, McCrea Room 219
16.10-16.40    James Cross (KCL) “The vocabulary of argument in the Hippocratic treatises On
               Breaths and On the Sacred Disease”
16.40-17.10    Beatrice da Vela (UCL) “Staging Rhetoric: learning how to manipulate language from
               the comedy”
17.10-17.40    Kenneth Lasoen (Ghent) “The Establishment of the Tribunate of the Plebs”
17.45-18.45 Keynote Speaker, Founders Main Lecture Theatre
Dr. Anne Sheppard “Manipulating the emotions of the audience: Plato on the power of poetry and
rhetoric”
18.45-19.45 Drinks and Poster Competition
20.00 Dinner


SUNDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER 2011
9.30-11.00 Panels 8 and 9
                                     Panel 8, Founders Main Lecture Theatre
9.30-10.00     Ifigeneia Giannadaki (UCL) “Time limit (prothesmia) in graphe paranomon”
10.00-10.30    Carol Atack (Cambridge) “How to be a good king in Athens: manipulating monarchy
               in the democratic political imaginary”
10.30-11.00    Edmund Stewart (Nottingham) “Noble in poverty: Athenian people power and the
               evidence of Euripides’ Electra”
      The Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Literature (AMPAL) Conference
                           Saturday 10th – Sunday 11th September 2011
                           Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL)
                              POWER and MANIPULATION


SUNDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER 2011


                                              Panel 9, McCrea Room 219
9.30-10.00    Dylan James (Macquarie, Sydney) “The Shadow of Thebes: Alexander and the
              Boeotian Man (Arrian Anabasis 6.13.5)”
10.00-10.30   Pietro Liuzzo (Bologna) “FGrHist 104 and Themistocles: power and the
              manipulation of information in IV century Greek historiography”
10.30-11.00   Lucy Fletcher (Reading) “The Power and Manipulation of Narrative in Plutarch’s Life
              of Nikias”
11.00-11.20 Break
11.20-12.50 Panels 10 and 11
                                    Panel 10, Founders Main Lecture Theatre
11.20-11.50   Bobby Xinyue (UCL) “Manipulating ‘god’: Horace’s poetic power and the divinity of
              Augustus in Odes 1-3”
11.50-12.20   Beatrice Larosa (Calabria) “The power of the word: poetry and rhetoric in the
              Epistulae ex Ponto of Ovid”
12.20-12.50   Giulia Brunetta (RHUL) “Reflections on the manipulation of language in praise and
              flattery in the imperial age”


                                              Panel 11, McCrea Room 219
11.20-11.50   Antonello Orlando (Turin) “The ethics of Power: Cicero and Lucretius about the
              power of blood”
11.50-12.20   Jessica Dixon (Manchester) “Manipulating Morality: Adultery in Republican
              Rhetoric”
12.20-12.50   Kleanthis Mantzouranis (UCL) “From the power of wealth to the requirements of ‘ to
              kalon’: Aristotle’s virtue of megaloprepeia”
12.50-14.00 Lunch
14.00-15.30 Panels 12 and 13
                                    Panel 12, Founders Main Lecture Theatre
14.00-14.30   Chris Webb (UCL) “Towards a new understanding of divided power in the tragic
              polis ”
14.30-15.00   Sofia Alagkiozidou (RHUL) “Female power in Trachiniae and in Hercules Oetaeus:
              women of fear and women of anger”
15.00-15.30   Natalia Tsoumpra (Oxford) “What makes a leader? Rhetorical and sexual
              manipulation in Aristophanes’ Birds”
      The Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient Literature (AMPAL) Conference
                        Saturday 10th – Sunday 11th September 2011
                        Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL)
                             POWER and MANIPULATION




SUNDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER 2011


                                         Panel 13, McCrea Room 219
14.00-14.30   Clare Coombe (Reading) “The return of the giants: politics, power and cosmic
              upheaval in the poetry of Claudian”
14.30-15.00   Hazel Johannessen (KCL) ‘‘‘Slaves of Demons’: the Language of Tyranny in
              Eusebius’ Laus Constantini”
15.00-15.30   Rebecca Usherwood (Nottingham) ‘’’Merited Oblivion’: damnatio memoriae and
              Christian Justice”
15.30-15.50 Break
15.50-17.20 Panel 14
                                   Panel 14, Founders Main Lecture Theatre
15.50-16.20   Margaret Robinson Millar (RHUL) ‘‘’All’s Fair in Love and War’. Power and Desire in
              Harold Pinter and Ovid: Ruth and Myrrha get their man”
16.20-16.50   Máire MacNeill (RHUL) “Fitting Odysseus' Wig: The Classical Hero in Restoration
              Drama and Society”
16.50-17.20   Jarrid Looney (RHUL) “Foiled Again: The Persistence of Phaedra’s Power-Play in
              The Graduate”


17.20-17.45 Closing Remarks and Discussion of the next AMPAL Conference

								
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