Framing Classical Reception Studies (Nijmegen, 6-8 giugno 2013)

International Conference
Framing Classical Reception Studies
Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands

6, 7 and 8 June 2013


6 June (Museum Het Valkhof)

12:30-13:00 Registration
13:00-13:15 Maarten De Pourcq (Radboud University Nijmegen): 'Framing Classical Reception Studies: Introduction'

Session 1

Chair: Eric Moormann (Radboud University Nijmegen)

13:15-14:00 Constanze Güthenke (Princeton University): 'The Space and Place of Reception Studies'
14:00-14:45 Philip Hardie (University of Cambridge): 'Receiving and Being Received: Virgil, a Poet between Two Worlds?'

Session 2

Chair: Nathalie de Haan (Radboud University Nijmegen)

15:15-16:00 Daniela Müller (Radboud University Nijmegen): '"Pagans". An Early Christian Concept in the Middle Ages'
16:00-16:45 Edith Hall and Henry Stead (King's College, London): 'What Has Classical Reception To Do with Social Class?'
16:45-19:00 Roman Reception and Guided Tour Museum

7 June (Campus, Huize Heyendaal)

Session 3

Chair: Claire Stocks (Radboud University Nijmegen)

09:30-10:15 Lorna Hardwick (Open University, UK): 'The Dialogical Argument: Implications and Critique'
10:15-10:50 Kristian Kerr (University of Chicago): 'From Classic to Romantic: Reception Studies and the Rise of the Novel'

Session 4

Chair: Claire Stocks (Radboud University Nijmegen)

11:20-11:55 Clare Foster (University of Cambridge): 'In Search of New Combinatory Vocabularies: Familiarity and Recognition'
11:55-12:30 Rodrigo Gonçalves (Federal University of Paraná): 'Translation as Classical Reception: Three Brazilian Literary Translators'

Session 5

Chair: Nathalie de Haan (Radboud University Nijmegen)

12:30-12:45 Poster Presentations: Cressida Ryan, Yentl Schattevoet, Siward Tacoma

Session 6

Chair: Sophie Levie (Radboud University Nijmegen)

13:45-14:20 Susanna de Beer (Leiden University): 'Framing Humanist Visions of Rome: From Literary Theory to Heritage Studies'
14:20-14:55 Cecilia Pavarani (University of Milan): 'Comenius: the New Tityrus of Leibniz' 14:55-15:30 Piet Gerbrandy (University of Amsterdam): 'Rutilius Namatianus' De Reditu Suo: The Anthropology of Reception'

Session 7

Chair: David Rijser (University of Amsterdam)

16:00-16:35 Anastasios Tyflopoulos (King's College, London): 'Does Light Always Come from the East? The Reception of Latin in Greek'
16:35-17:10 Andreas Thomas Zanker (Harvard University): 'Reception Studies and the Personification of the Text'
17:10-18:00 Reception

8 June (Campus, Huize Heyendaal)

Session 8

Chair: André Lardinois (Radboud University Nijmegen)

09:30-10:15 Miriam Leonard (UCL): 'Tragedy and the Intrusion of History: Carl Schmitt's Hamlet or Hecuba'
10:15-10:50 Ben Earley (University of Bristol): 'Thucydides in Eighteenth-Century France: Framing the Reception of the Classical in Political Thought'

Session 9

Chair: Marc van der Poel (Radboud University Nijmegen)

11:10-11:45 Pietro Delcorno (Radboud University Nijmegen): 'Classical Reception in Medieval Preaching: Pyramus and Thisbe in Three Fifteenth-Century Sermons'
11:45-12:20 Jeroen Jansen (University of Amsterdam): 'Framing Ideologies: Classical Myth as a Narrative Strategy in Jacob Duym's Nassausche Perseus (1606)'

Session 10

Chair: Antje Wessels (Leiden University)

13:20-13:55 Francesca Middleton (University of Cambridge): 'Reading and Writing in Classical Reception'
13:55-14:30 David Rijser (University of Amsterdam): 'Who Wants to Receive Reception Studies? Classics and their Public in the Near Future'
14:30-15:05 Katie Fleming (University of London): 'James Joyce's Ulysses and Classical Reception Studies:"O rocks!"'

Session 11

Chair: Charles Martindale (University of Bristol)

15:25-16:30 Concluding Remarks and Closing Discussion
16:30-17:30 Reception