Friday 30 September 2011: Katharine Earnshaw (St John’s College, Oxford) Ghosts of Epic Past
Friday 7 October: Emmanuela Bakola (UCL) The Oikos in the Oresteia and the Origins of Eco-logical Discourse
Friday 14 October: Nicolas Wiater (St Andrews) Parahistory: Literary Criticism and Historical Consciousness
Friday 21 October: Konstantinos Spanoudakis (Rethymno) Christian Eyes for ‘Pagan’ Images: Nonnus’ Dionysiaca on the Edge
Friday 28 October: Barbara Borg (Exeter) In search of senators deceased: Context matters
Friday 4 November: Annemaré Kotzé (Stellenbosch) Moral exhortation in Augustine’s Confessions?
Friday 18 November: Jenny Bryan (UCL) Likely Rhetoric and the Phaedrus
Friday 25 November: Alexandra Parvan (St Andrews) Norms of judgment and harmless error in Augustine
Friday 2 December: Christopher Whitton (Cambridge) Cicero and Tacitean epigram
Friday 9 December: Jon Coulston (St Andrews) Trajan’s Column and the Art of Imperial Display in Rome
Friday 16 December: Hans van Wees (UCL) Perfect oligarchs: birth, wealth and merit in Homer
Papers are followed by discussion. All are very welcome. All seminars take place on Fridays, starting at 4.05 p.m., in Swallowgate 11.
Enquiries should be directed to: Jason König, School of Classics, University of St Andrews, St Andrews KY16 9AL. Tel.: 01334-462600. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org