Thursday, 25 February 2016

ICS Events this week: 29th Feb-6th March 2016

Monday 29 February
16:30 ICS Ancient Philosophy Seminar
‘Callimachus and the Pleasure of Knowledge (Aetia, fr. 43.12-17)’
Daniele Iozzia (Catania)
Senate House - Room 243

17:00 ICS Ancient Literature Seminar
Graduate presentations
Senate House - Room 349

Tuesday 1 March
17:30 Accordia Lecture
Supplying Rome between the 4th and 6th centuries AD: results of recent excavations at the Portus Romae
Simon Keay (Southampton/British School at Rome)
Senate House - Room G22/26

Thursday 3 March
The Afterlife of Apuleius (2 day conference 3rd-4th March)
Organised by the Warburg Institute and the Institute of Classical Studies the two-day conference will investigate the legacy of Apuleius’ literary and rhetorical works, focusing on the Ancient and Early Modern period. Lectures will be delivered by internationally renowned specialists in the fields of Classics, Renaissance studies and Comparative Literature, and a specific workshop will be devoted to discussions about Apuleianism in Renaissance rhetoric.

16:30  ICS Ancient History Seminar
More than Money: Commemoration and Visual Communication in the Black Sea Coinage
Vladimir Stolba (Aarhus)
Senate House - Room 349

Friday 4 March
16:30 ICS Postgraduate Work in Progress Seminar
A comparative reassessment of the Arab conquests of the 7th century: Ethnogenesis and the enemy within
James Moreton Wakeley (Oxford)
Senate House - Room 246

Saturday 5 March
14:30 ICS Virgil Society Lecture
Virgil and Neptune: Defying Homer?
Anton Powell
Senate House - Room G22/26

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