Untimeliness

Postgraduate and Early Career Workshop

  • June 16-17, 2013
  • Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge

Schedule

Sunday June 16

12:45
Welcome/Introduction

1:00-2:30

Adam Lecznar (UCL)
‘The Stream of Tradition’

Respondent: Alicia Livingston (Oxford)

Liz Sawyer (Oxford)
‘Quotation, Education, and the Classics’

Respondent: Ben Folit-Weinberg (Cambridge)

2.30-3:00
Coffee

3:00-4:30

Luke Richardson (UCL),
‘From the Planet Rome: Fellini-Satyricon and making antiquity surreal’

Respondent: Mathura Umachandran (Princeton)

Clare Foster (Cambridge)
‘Adaptation in theory and practice. From site of contest to site of collectivity’

Respondent: Rosa Andujar (UCL)

4:30-4:50
Coffee

4:50-6:00

Sophie Bocksberger & Helen Slaney (Oxford)
‘Ancient Dance in Modern Dancers’ (including showing of film material)

Respondent: Emma Cole (UCL)

Monday June 17

9:15-10:00

Michele Lucchesi (Oxford)
‘Timeliness, untimeliness, and historiography in Plutarch’s De sera numinis vindicta

Respondent: Amanda Klause (Princeton)

10:00-10:30
Coffee

10:30-12:00

Helen Roche (Cambridge)
”Anti-Enlightenment’: National Socialist Educators’ Troubled Relationship with Humanism and the Philhellenist Tradition’

Respondent: Paul Touyz (Princeton)

Carol Atack (Cambridge)
‘Untimely mediations? Alain Badiou and Jacques Ranci√®re in dialogue with Plato’

Respondent: Ben Temblett (UCL)

12:00-1:00
Lunch

1:00-2:30

Sam Galson (Princeton),
‘The derivation of origins and the origins of derivation: did Ovid’s Metamorphoses influence Leibniz’ extension of the infinitesimal calculus to transcendental curves?’

Respondent: Alex Craig (Cambridge)

Jess Wright (Princeton), ‘All in the Mind: The Reception of Medical Science in Late Antiquity’

Respondent: Fran Middleton (Cambridge)

2.30-3:00
Coffee

3:00-4:30

Hamutal Minkowich (UCL)
‘The Untimely Historicity of Greek Dreams’

Respondent: Tom Mackenzie (Oxford)

Aaron Kachuck
‘Fugitive Springs: Proleptic Poetics in Latin and English Romanticisms’

Respondent: Iarla Manny (Oxford)

4:30-5:00
Final Discussion