SIAC Newsletter 181 (01/2020)

SIAC NEWSLETTER – 181 (01/2020)

Société Internationale des Amis de Cicéron

Società Internazionale degli Amici di Cicerone

International Society of Cicero’s Friends

http://www.tulliana.eu – Facebook – Instagram

We-Cicero: life and works of Cicero in real time.

Pour contribuer écrire à – Per contribuire – Send your information to: secretary@tulliana.eu

 

Les noms des membres de la SIAC sont en gras. – I nomi dei membri della SIAC sono in grassetto. – Names of SIAC members are written with bold characters.

 

  1. ACTIVITES DE LA SIAC / ATTIVITÀ DELLA SIAC / SIAC ACTIVITIES

 

1 – NOUVEAUX MEMBRES / NUOVI SOCI / NEW MEMBERS       

 

  • Caroline Bishop – Associate – Texas – USA
  • Nunzia Ciano – Associate – Roma – Italia
  • Christophe Jamault – Associate – France.
  • Adalberto Magnavacca – Associate – Pisa – Italia
  • Gianluca Sposito – Associate – Urbino – Italia

 

2 – RENOUVELLEMENTS / RINNOVI / RENEWALS 

 

  • Mireille Armisen-Marchetti
  • Francesca Alesse
  • Serena Cammoranesi
  • Elisa Della Calce
  • Guido Fabrizio Milanese
  • Simone Mollea
  • Carlo Pontonieri

 

II.CICERONIANA
1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

 

  • Boldrer, Francesca, Cicerone e l’approccio interdisciplinare. Introduzione, “Ciceroniana On Line”, 3, 2, 2019, 281-288. LINK
  • Boldrer, Francesca, Oratoria e umorismo latino in Cicerone: idee per l’inventio tra ars e tradizione, “Ciceroniana On Line”, 3, 2, 2019, 367-384. LINK
  • Cammoranesi, Serena, Ritratti ciceroniani nell’epistolario di Frontone, “Ciceroniana On Line”, 3, 2, 2019, 385-408. LINK
  • Casamento, Alfredo, Quantum potero voce contendam. La Pro Ligario di Cicerone nel giudizio di Quintiliano, “Ciceroniana On Line”, 3, 2, 2019, 289-308. LINK
  • Fradeani, Francesco, Oratoria ed eloquenza nel processo civile: l’eredità di Cicerone nelle tecniche argomentative del difensore, “Ciceroniana On Line”, 3, 2, 2019, 309-336. LINK
  • Hunter, Richard, Oakley, Stephen P., Latin Literature and its Transmission, Cambridge 2020. LINK
  • Keeline, Thomas J., The Reception of Cicero in the Early Roman Empire, Cambridge 2020. LINK
  • Magnavacca, Adalberto, Arato e i Latini: una nota sul signum dei buoi (Arat. 954-955), “Maia”, 69, 3, 2017, 470-485. LINK
  • Mancino, Anton Giulio, L’ombra di Cicerone, da Operation Cicero a Spartacus, “Ciceroniana On Line”, 3, 2, 2019, 409-420. LINK
  • Manuwald, Gesine, Cicero. Agrarian Speeches. Introduction, text, translation, and commentary, Oxford 2018. LINK
  • Mignini, Filippo, La virtù è premio a se stessa? A partire dal quinto libro delle Tusculanae di Cicerone, “Ciceroniana On Line”, 3, 2, 2019, 337-366. LINK
  • Milanese, Guido, Sul commento boeziano ai Topici di Cicerone: un esperimento di filologia computazionale, “Atti del IX Simposio Ciceroniano. Arpino 12 maggio 2017”, 2018, 11-37.
  • Tutrone, Fabio, Filodemo, Cicerone, Nepote: a proposito del contesto storico-culturale di Oec. Col. XXII.9-48, “Rheinisches Museum”, 161, 3/4, 2018, 328-366. LINK

 

2 – CONFERENCES / CONFERENZE / CONFERENCES

  • First USA Cicero Awayday, University of Virginia, Virginia, US, 18th April 2020. From the organisers:

University of Virginia  Gibson Room, First floor Cocke Hall

8:00 am: light breakfast and coffee in Gibson Room.

8:50 – 9:00: Welcome and introduction. First session (Chair TBD).

9:00 – 9:45:  Ben Watson (University of Oklahoma): “A New Commentary on Cicero’s Divinatio in Caecilium”.

9:45 – 10:30:  Gina White (University of Kansas): “Emulation and Moral Development in the De Officiis”.

10:30-10:45: Coffee    Second session (Chair TBD).

10:45 – 11:30:  Amanda Wilcox (Williams College): “Cicero on Paternal Authority and the Domus”.

11:30 – 12:15:  Peter White (University of Chicago): “The Mirage of the Tirocinium Fori”.

12:15-1:30: Lunch (in Gibson Room) Third session (Chair TBD).

13:30 – 14:15:  Francesca Martelli (UCLA): “Historical Irony in the Ordination of Cicero Ad familiares 10-12”.

14:15 – 15:00:  Spencer Cole (University of Minnesota): “Cicero and Populism, Then and Now”.

15:00 – 15:45:  Thomas Keeline (Washington University, St Louis): “A New Commentary on Cicero’s Pro Milone”.

15:45 – 16:15 pm: Coffee Fourth session (Chair TBD).

16:15 – 17:00:  Brian Walters (University of Illinois): “Cicero on the Margins of Lucan’s Civil War”.

17:00 – 17:45:  Caroline Bishop (Texas Tech University): “Ciceromastix: Cicero and his Ancient Detractors”.  LINK

3 – A VENIR & INFORMATIONS / PROSSIME INIZIATIVE & INFORMAZIONI / FORTHCOMING & INFORMATION

  • Call for Papers: Cicero Narrator. Narrative technique and rhetorical strategy in Cicero’s speeches, Panel at the 13th Celtic Conference in Classics Lyon, France July 15-18, 2020. From the organisers:

Panel Organizers: Francesco Ginelli (francesco.ginelli@univr.it) Tommaso Ricchieri (tommaso.ricchieri@unipd.it)

In classical rhetoric, the Latin word narratio refers to the part of a speech where the orator provides an account of what has caused the trial, explains the nature of the debate, and gives essential background information. Following the exordium and preceding the argumentatio and peroratio as the second of the four partes orationis, narratio aims to persuade the audience to view a case, judge events, and look at the acts of the characters from a specific (and oriented) point of view. The importance of this part of the oratio clearly emerges in Cicero’s rhetorical manuals, especially in Partitiones Oratoriae (part. 31) and in De oratore (de orat. 2.79-83), where we can read surveys on structures, functions, and style of the narratio that, according to Cicero, must be brevis, dilucida, verisimilis. It follows that Cicero as orator can be seen as the chief Roman author to study nature, composition, and themes of the narratio. This panel aims, therefore, to analyse Cicero’s narrative technique in its formal and technical aspects (use and purpose of the narratio, its linguistic and stylistic markers, and intersection with the other partes orationis) as well as its contents (themes, characters, places, social and political context, cultural background shared by the orator and his audience).

Moreover, the panel will further stimulate debate on the narrative techniques of Cicero’s speeches from multiple perspectives, in order to promote a fruitful dialogue between different approaches concerning the same author.

In particular, we invite papers dealing with, but not exclusively, the following topics found in Cicero’s narratives:

  1. Forms of narration in Ciceronian oratory, e.g. long vs. short narrations, multiple narrations within the same speech, etc.
  2. Ciceronian narration in the context of ancient rhetoric: common features, topoi, narrative patterns.
  3. The use of narration in invectives and eulogies.
  4. Ciceronian characters and the use of prosopopeia.
  5. Narrating politics in Cicero’s speeches.
  6. History and myth; the use of exempla and anecdotes.
  7. Scandal, conspiracy, and rumor.
  8. Ethnicity, gender, and prejudice.

The 13th Celtic Conference in Classics will take place in Lyon (France), from 15-18 July, 2020. For this panel we are asking for papers of approximately 35 minutes in length, with 10-15 minutes for questions and discussion. The Conference languages are English and French.  Please submit titles and abstracts (as .pdf attachments) of no more than 500 words, together with a short CV, to ciceronarrator.ccc@gmail.com by March 20th 2020. Applicants will be notified of the evaluation results by March 31st 2020. For further information and questions, please contact ciceronarrator.ccc@gmail.com or either of the panel organizers.

 

III. ACTIVITES DES MEMBRES / ATTIVITÀ DEI MEMBRI / MEMBERS’ ACTIVITIES

1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

 

  • Aricò, Giuseppe, Due note sull’episodio ovidiano di Achemenide, in Silvia Condorelli, Marco Onorato (a cura di), Verborum violis multicoloribus. Studi in onore di Giovanni Cupaiuolo, Napoli 2019, 15-30.

 

  • Balbo, Andrea, Les composantes philosophiques des Excerpta de Calpurnius Flaccus, in Sophie Aubert-Baillot, Charles Guérin, Sèbastien Morlet (a cura di), La philosophie des non-philosophes dans l’Empire Romain du Ier au IIIe siècles, Paris 2019, 13-29.

 

  • Lévy, Carlos, Philosophie et témoignage chez Philon d’Alexandrie: la question du corps, in Sophie Aubert-Baillot, Charles Guérin, Sèbastien Morlet (a cura di), La philosophie des non-philosophes dans l’Empire Romain du Ier au IIIe siècles, Paris 2019, 51-66.

 

  • Malaspina, Ermanno,  Euphratès, Artémidore et ceux qui sapientiae studium habitu corporis praeferunt (Ep., I, 22, 6) : la place de la philosophie dans la culture de Pline, in Sophie Aubert-Baillot, Charles Guérin, Sèbastien Morlet (a cura di), La philosophie des non-philosophes dans l’Empire Romain du Ier au IIIe siècles, Paris 2019, 121-156.

 

 

 

[Last updated on Januar 29th, 2020.]

 

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SIAC Newsletter 180 (12/2019)

Société Internationale des Amis de Cicéron

Società Internazionale degli Amici di Cicerone

International Society of Cicero’s Friends

http://www.tulliana.eu – Facebook – Instagram

We-Cicero: life and works of Cicero in real time.

Pour contribuer écrire à – Per contribuire – Send your information to: secretary@tulliana.eu

 

Avec cette dernière Newsletter de l’année, la SIAC souhaite à tous ses membres de belles fêtes de Noël ainsi qu’une bonne et heureuse nouvelle année.

Con l’ultima Newsletter dell’anno la SIAC augura a tutti i suoi membri un Buon Natale e un felice Anno Nuovo.

With this year’s last newsletter, SIAC wishes to all of its members a merry Christmas and a wonderful beginning of the new year

 

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  1. ACTIVITES DE LA SIAC / ATTIVITÀ DELLA SIAC / SIAC ACTIVITIES

 

1 – NOUVEAUX MEMBRES / NUOVI SOCI / NEW MEMBERS       

 

  • Claudia Beltrão da Rosa – Associate – Brasil

 

2 – RENOUVELLEMENTS / RINNOVI / RENEWALS 

 

  • Alessandro Mandrino
  • Spyridon Tzounakas
  • Petteri Kauppinen

 

II.CICERONIANA
1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

  • Beltrão, Claudia, A quel julgas apropriado escrever a história? O orador e a historiador no De Oratorede Marco Túlio Cícero, in Glaydson José da Silva, Maria Aparecida de Oliveira Silva (a cura di), A ideia de História na Antiguidade Clássica, São Paolo, 2017. LINK
  • Beltrão, Claudia, Apolo, Hércules e Chrysas no De signis de Cícero (Verr- 2.4.93-96), “Romanitas – revista de Estudos Grecolatinos”, 2019, 20-32. LINK
  • Beltrão, Claudia, Imágenes de los dioses en Cicerón, “Auster”, 2018, 23, 9-20. LINK
  • Bérches Castano, Esteban e Tàrrega, Garrido, La oratoria en la antigua Roma. Marco Tulio Cicerón , Primer discurso contra Catilina; En defensa del poeta Aulo Licinio Arquias, Valencia 2019. LINK
  • Berno, Francesca Romana, Cucchiarelli, Andrea, Degl’Innocenti Pierini, Rita, Baraz Yelena, Fezzi, Luca, Petrucciani, Stefano, Intorno al Commentariolum petitionis. Suggestioni interdisciplinari a partire dal commento di François Prost, “Bollettino di Studi Latini”, 49, 2019, 617-625. LINK
  • Boldrer, Francesca, Litterae: dall’alfabeto alla letteratura latina (significati, etimi ed exempla in Plauto e Cicerone), in Giulio Baratta (a cura di), L’ABC di un impero: iniziare a scrivere a Roma, Roma, 2019, 29-42. LINK
  • Cairo, Marìa Emilia, O lugar da adivinhaçao nas reflexões de Cícero sobre a religião romana: divinatioentre religio e superstitio, “Romanitas”, 13, 2019, 33-45. LINK
  • Di Meglio, Alessandra, Le traduzioni ciceroniane di συμπάθεια, “Lexis”, 37, 2019, 151-166.
  • Heredia, Carlos, La naturaleza del poder triunviral en Macedonia: el proconsulado de Lucio Calpurnio Pisón, “Karanos”, 2, 2019, 55-74. LINK
  • Marcattili, Francesco, Cicerone “aeditumus” del tempio di Tellus: per una cronologia del “De re rustica” di Varrone (libro I), “Quaderni di Storia”, 90, 2019, 119-143. LINK
  • Marchese, Rosa Rita, Piantare alberi. Storie e modelli di crescita nel Cato maio de senectute di Cicerone, “Bollettino di Studi Latini”, 49/2, 2019, 467-494.
  • Ricchieri, Tommaso, Cicerone, Orazione sul comando di Pompeo (De imperio Cn. Pompei), Venezia 2019. LINK

 

2 – CONFERENCES / CONFERENZE / CONFERENCES

  • University of Warsaw – Faculty of “Artes Liberales– Ciceronian Congress. Cicero, Society and the Idea of Artes Liberals,12-14.12.2019, Warsaw, Poland. – 12.12.2019 Jerzy Axer (Univ. Warsaw) e Ermanno Malaspina (SIAC, Univ. Turin), Cicero in Warsaw 30 Years After; Andrea Balbo (Univ. Turin) moderator; Amedeo Raschieri (Univ. Milan), Cicero in the Renaissance Encyclopedia of Giorgio Valla; Katarzyna Marciniak (Univ. Warsaw), The Past for the Present, or What Does Cicero Have to Say to Children?; 13.12.2019 Jerzy Axer (Univ. Warsaw), Janus Gruchala (Jagellonian Univ.), Robert A. Sucharski (Univ. Warsaw), Janus Wlodarczyk (Polish Academy of Sciences), “Aratus” and “Fenomena” by Jan Kochanowski – between Textual Criticism and Poetry; Philippe Rousselot(SIAC), Cicero: A French Tradition, 1830-1940. LINK

3 – A VENIR & INFORMATIONS / PROSSIME INIZIATIVE & INFORMAZIONI / FORTHCOMING & INFORMATION

  • Call for Papers: Cicero Away Day 2020, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK, 9th June 2020. From the organisers:

The department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Birmingham is pleased to announce the call for papers for the Cicero Away Day – 9th June 2020 at University of Birmingham.  Cicero Away Days offer an informal and friendly forum in which to present papers on any aspect of Cicero’s life, works, and reception. Therefore, we invite papers on all Ciceronian genres and intergeneric submissions are welcome.  This particular iteration of the Cicero Away Day is being organised by AHRC Midlands4Cities (M4C) students, Ben Salisbury (University of Birmingham) and Ashley Chhibber (University of Nottingham), in conjunction with Dr Henriette van der Blom (University of Birmingham). Due to this close association with the M4C Doctoral Training Partnership, we particularly encourage applications from doctoral students at M4C institutions.  We intend for the conference to comprise three papers delivered by PhD candidates and three papers delivered by scholars who have received their doctorates. Postgraduate papers will have academic respondents and papers delivered by academics will have postgraduate respondents. In this way, we hope to encourage discussions between students and more senior scholars as well as across institutions and genres.  Those interested in delivering a paper at this conference should submit an abstract for their paper to BXS834@student.bham.ac.uk by 7th February 2020. Abstracts should be no more than 300 words and papers should last no longer than 20 minutes.  We hope to communicate our decisions by late February.  In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding any aspect of the conference, please do not hesitate to contact us.  We look forward to reading your abstracts.  Best wishes,  The organising committee  Ben Salisbury (B.G.J.Salisbury@bham.ac.uk) Ashley Chhibber (Ashley.Chhibber@nottingham.ac.uk) Dr Henriette van der Blom (H.VanDerBlom@bham.ac.uk)  LINK

  • Fellowships in Latin Literature, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland. From the organisers:

The Department of Latin Literature at the University of Basel, Switzerland, in collaboration with the foundation Patrum Lumen Sustine (PLuS), is pleased to invite applications for the first round of the Basel Fellowships in Latin Literature. The visiting fellowship programme offers an opportunity for early career researchers as well as established scholars to pursue their research in the framework of a fully funded visit of up to three months at the Department of Ancient Civilizations of the University of Basel. During their stay, Visiting Fellows are entitled to make full use of the excellent resources of the University Library as well as the departmental library, Bibliothek Altertumswissenschaften, one of the world’s leading research libraries for the study of Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations and Classics. Visiting Fellows are expected to present a paper on their research project, and they are invited (but not obliged) to participate in the various research colloquia and other events at the Department of Ancient Civilizations. The Fellowship’s main objective is to offer Fellows a period of exclusive research time. LINK

III. ACTIVITES DES MEMBRES / ATTIVITÀ DEI MEMBRI / MEMBERS’ ACTIVITIES

1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

  • Balbo, Andrea, Recensione di Huelsenbeck, Bart, Figures in the Shadows. The Speech of Two Augustan-Age Declaimers, Arellius Fuscus and Papirius Fabianus, “Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft”, 70, 3./4., 2017,163-166.
  • Beltrão, Claudia, Novos Olhares para os Antigos, Rio de Janeiro, 2018. LINK
  • Berno, Francesca Romana, The Porticus Liviae in Ovid’s Fasti (6.637-648), part II, in Matthew P. Loar, Sarah C. Murray S., Stefano Rebeggiani (a cura di), The Cultural History of Augustan Rome, Cambridge 2019, 115-125. LINK
  • Della Calce, Elisa, Hannibal’s Clemency in Livy’s Third Decade, “Bollettino di Studi Latini”, 49/2, 2019, 540-557. LINK

 

 

[Last updated on December 10th, 2019.]

 

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SIAC Newsletter – 179 (11/2019)

Société Internationale des Amis de Cicéron

Società Internazionale degli Amici di Cicerone

International Society of Cicero’s Friends

http://www.tulliana.eu – Facebook – Instagram

We-Cicero: life and works of Cicero in real time.

Pour contribuer écrire à – Per contribuire – Send your information to: secretary@tulliana.eu

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  1. ACTIVITES DE LA SIAC / ATTIVITÀ DELLA SIAC / SIAC ACTIVITIES

 

2 – RENOUVELLEMENTS / RINNOVI / RENEWALS 

 

  • Loredana Boero
  • Pietro Meineri
  • Paolo de Paolis
  • Francesca Piccioni
  • Luciano Traversa

 

II.CICERONIANA
1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

  • Almeida, Priscilla, Inimicissimi atque immanissimi: os gauleses no “Pro Fonteio” de Cícero, in “Codex” 2019, 23-35. LINK
  • Bérchez Castaño, Esteban, Tárrega Garrido, Jorge, La oratoria en la antigua Roma. Marco Tulio Cicerón, Primer discurso contra Catilina; En defensa del poeta Aulo Licinio Arquias, Valencia 2019. LINK
  • Ciano, Nunzia, Gli “Aratea” di Cicerone. Saggio di commento ai frammenti di tradizione indiretta con approfondimenti a luoghi scelti (Frr.13 e 18), Bari 2019. LINK
  • Di Meglio, Alessandra, “Utinam ne in nemore Pelio”. Un verso di Ennio nelle opere di Cicerone, in “Parole Rubate – Rivista internazionale di studi sulla citazione”, 20, 2019, 159-167. LINK
  • Dyck, Andrew R., Three Textual Notes on Cicero, De Lege Agraria 2, in “The Classical Quarterly”, 2019, 1-2 LINK
  • Dyck, Andrew R., Two Tectual Notes on Cicero, De Officiis, in “The Classical Quarterly”, 2019, 1-2. LINK
  • Elder, Olivia, Mullen Alex, The Language of Roman Letters. Bilingual Epistolography from Cicero to Fronto, Cambridge 2019.
  • Funari, Rodolfo, Lectissimus pensator verborum. Tre studi su Sallustio, Bologna 2019. LINK
  • Heredia Chimeno, Carlos, La naturaleza del poder triunviral en Macedonia: el proconsulado de Lucio Calpurnio Pisón, in “Karanos”, 2, 2019, 55-74. LINK
  • La Bua, G., Cicero’s Role in Education, Cambridge 2019. LINK
  • Lévy, Carlos, À propos des silences cicéroniens: Cicéron, Énésidème, Philon de Larissa, in Heller A., Müller C., Suspène A., Hommage à Jean-Lous Ferrary, Genève 2019. LINK
  • Marcattili, Francesco, Cicerone “aeditimus” del tempio di Tellus: per una cronologia del “De re rustica” di Varrone (libro I), in “Quaderni di Storia“, 90, 2019, 119-143. LINK
  • Pierini, Rita, Cicerone e Seneca, tra filosofia e letteratura. Relazione al XI Simposio Ciceroniano sul tema Cicerone e Seneca (Arpino, 10 maggio 2019), forthcoming 2020. LINK
  • Roskam, Geert, Cicero against Cassius on Pleasure and Virtue: a Complicated Passage from De Finibus (1.25), Cambridge 2019. LINK
  • Wynne, J. P. F., Cicero on the Philosophy of Religion, Cambridge 2019. LINK

 

 

2 – A VENIR & INFORMATIONS / PROSSIME INIZIATIVE & INFORMAZIONI / FORTHCOMING & INFORMATION

  • Università Roma Tre – Seminari di Antichistica – 01.2020 Piero Totaro (Università di Bari): «Veniat Aeschylus. Cicerone traduttore del Prometeo»; 14.02.2020, h.15 Andrea Balbo (Università di Torino): «Esempi di ricezione ciceroniana nella letteratura italiana del Novecento».
  • Universität Würzburg – Institut für Klassische Philologie –. Altsein als Grenze der geselschaftlichen Partizipation? – Antworten aus der Antike auf eine aktuelle Frage. – 15.11.2019, Residenz. LINK
  • University of Leiden, Discursive Constructions of Corruption in Ancient Rome – 03.2020. LINK

 

III. ACTIVITES DES MEMBRES / ATTIVITÀ DEI MEMBRI / MEMBERS’ ACTIVITIES

1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

 

  • Borgna, Alice, Storie FIlippiche. Florilegio da Pompeo Trogo, Sant’Arcangelo di Romagna 2019. LINK
  • Lévy, Carlos, Philo of Alexandria vs. Descartes: An Ignored Jewish Premonitory Critic of the Cogito, in “Sceptical Paths. Enquiry and Doubt from Antiquity to the Present”, 2019, 5-22. LINK
  • Scatolin, Adriano, Inventio e dispositio no debate senatorial de Bellum Catilinae 50.4-52, de Salustio, in “Problemas de Historiografia Helenística”, 2019, 143-160. LINK
  • Uria, Javier, The Pronunciation of Syllable Coda m in Classical Latin: A Reassessment of some Evidence from Latin Grammarians, in “American Journal of Philology”, 2019, 140, 439-476. LINK

 

  • – CONFERENCES / CONFERENZE / CONFERENCES

 

  • University of Ghent- Origins and Original Moments in Late Greek and Latin Literature II – 16-17.12.2019, organizzato da Serena Cammoranesi (Manchester); Claire Rachel Jackson (Cambdrige); Janja Soldo (Swnsea). Serena Cammoranesi, Cicero’s Epistulae ad Familiares: From Real Letters to Literary Artifacts. LINK

 

 

[Last updated on November 18th, 2019.]

 

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SIAC Newsletter – 178 (10/2019)

Société Internationale des Amis de Cicéron

Società Internazionale degli Amici di Cicerone

International Society of Cicero’s Friends

http://www.tulliana.eu – Facebook – Instagram

We-Cicero: life and works of Cicero in real time.

Pour contribuer écrire à – Per contribuire – Send your information to: secretary@tulliana.eu

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  1. ACTIVITES DE LA SIAC / ATTIVITÀ DELLA SIAC / SIAC ACTIVITIES

 

1 – NOUVEAUX MEMBRES / NUOVI SOCI / NEW MEMBERS

 

Bodgan Cristea – Associate – Cambridge – UK

Seong Dschungmo – Associate – Seul – Korea

Yang Ho-young – Associate – Seul – Korea

Kim Jin Sik – Associate – Seul – Korea

Benjamin Straumann – Associate – New York – USA

Li Sunju – Associate – Seul – Korea

Lim Sung-Jin – Associate – Seul – Korea

Georgia Tsouni – Associate – Basel – Switzerland

 

2 – RENOUVELLEMENTS / RINNOVI / RENEWALS 

 

Giuseppe Aricò

Anne Christenson

Michele Ferrero

David Fott

Thomas Frazel

Federica Lazzerini

Francesco Mantelli

Carole Mabboux,

Lex Paulson

Rita Pierini.

René de Nicolay

Giancarlo Reggi

Cedric Scheidegger

Mortimer Sellers

Javier Uria

Gregor Vogt Spira

 

II.CICERONIANA
1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

  • ERRATA CORRIGE: Aubert-Baillot, Sophie, Terminology and Practice of Dialectic in Cicero’s Letters, in Dialectic after Plato, in Bénatouïl T., Ierodiakonou K. (a cura di), Dialectic after Plato and Aristotle, Cambridge 2019. LINK
  • Aubert-Baillot, Sophie, Remarques sur les notions d’auctor et d’auctoritas en philosophie chez Cicéron, in É. Gavoille (a cura di), Qu’est-ce qu’un auctor ? Auteur et autorité, du latin au français, Bordeaux, 2019, 127-137. LINK
  • Boldrer, Francesca, Il rapporto tra Cicerone e Virgilio: riscontri biografico-letterari, Servio e il ruolo della VI bucolica, “Vichiana”, 56, 2, 2019, 11-32.
  • Clemente, Guido, Cicerone e I populares: l’ambigua lezione della storia, in Marco Maiuro (a cura di), Uomini, istituzioni, mercati, Bari 2019. LINK
  • Marcattili, Francesco, Cicerone “aeditumus” del tempio di Tellus: per una cronologia del “De re rustica” di Varrone (libro I), “Quaderni di Storia”, 90, 2019, 119-143. LINK
  • Martino Piccolino Giovanna, La lettera da mezzo di comunicazione a trattato dottrinale: l’evoluzione dell’epistolografia da Cicerone a S. Gerolamo, “Vichiana”, 56, 2, 2019, 65-80.
  • Mitsis, Phillip, Cicero on Epicurean Friendship: A Reappraisal, “Politeia”, I, 2, 2019. LINK
  • Ricchieri, Tommaso, Echi tragici nel libro «De praetura urbana» delle «Verrine» di Cicerone (II 1), “Eikasmos”, 30, 2019.
  • Roskam, Geert, From A minor to A major. A reappraisal of the anonymous interlocutor in Cicero’s «Tusculan disputations», “Eikasmos”, 30, 2019.
  • Schwab, Andreas, Ciceros Proömien als Beginn der Philosophiegeschichtsschreibung in Rom? Beobachtungen zu den Vorreden der ,Gespräche in Tusculum‘, “Philologia Classica”, 13, 2018, 69–81. LINK

 

2 – A VENIR & INFORMATIONS / PROSSIME INIZIATIVE & INFORMAZIONI / FORTHCOMING & INFORMATION

  • Università di Verona – Giornata di Studi per Alberto Cavarzere -, 18 ottobre 2019. Cristante Lucio, Da Cicerone a Marziano Capella. Gli studi (sulla retorica) passati e quelli futuri; Ricottilli Licinia, Funzioni della simulazione gestuale: un confronto fra l’oratoria ciceroniana e l’epica virgiliana.

 

III. ACTIVITES DES MEMBRES / ATTIVITÀ DEI MEMBRI / MEMBERS’ ACTIVITIES

1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

 

  • Casamento, Alfredo, Patres non tantum natura. L’expositio di minori nelle declamazioni in lingua latina: il caso di Ps. Quint. Decl. Min. 278, “Camenae”, 23, 2019, 1-12. LINK
  • Fezzi, Luca, Pompeo, Salerno 2019. LINK
  • Marciniak, Katarzyna, Mitologia grecka i rzymska. Spotkania ponad czasem, Warszawa, 2018. LINK
  • Straumann, Benjamin, ‘The Laws are in Charge of the Magistrates’: Reply to Edelstein, Sullivan and Springborg, “Global Intellectual History”, 2019, 1-18. LINK
  • Straumann, Benjamin, The Energy of Concepts: The Role of Concepts in Long-Term Intellectual History and Social Reality, “Journal of the Philosophy of History”, 2019, 1-19. LINK
  • Tsouni, Georgia, Antiochus and Peripatetic Ethics, Cambridge 2019. LINK

 

2     – CONFERENCES / CONFERENZE / CONFERENCES

 

  • Università degli Studi di Genova – Il Teatro dell’oratoria: parole, immagini, scenari e drammaturgia nell’oratoria antica, tardoantica e medievale – 23-24th October 2019, Salone – Biblioteca del DAFIST, via Balbi, 4, III Piano, Genova. Andrea Balbo (Università degli Studi di Torino), Oggetti di scena e interazione con la performance oratoria nell’eloquenza reale e declamatoria della prima età imperiale; Alfredo Casamento (Università degli Studi di Palermo), Con/dinnanzi agli occhi. Qualche osservazione sulla dimensione visuale dell’eloquenza latina; Dalsasso Paola (Università degli Studi di Torino), Evidenza e colore teatrale nelle Verrine di Cicerone LINK
  • Università di Pisa, Andrea Balbo, Actio e persuasione nei processi di età tardorepubblicana e altoimperiale – 5th November 2019, Palazzo “La Sapienza”, Aula VI, Pisa.
  • Università degli Studi di Torino -Seminario filologico 2019-2020 – 18 novembre 2019, Gianmario Cattaneo, Varianti e diafonie: filologia neotestamentaria nella ‘Quaestiones’ di Eusebio di Cesarea.

 

 

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SIAC NEWSLETTER – 177 (9/2019)

Société Internationale des Amis de Cicéron

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Il consiglio di Presidenza della SIAC, unitamente al Consiglio scientifico, partecipano al dolore per la morte di Alfonso Traina, avvenuta mercoledì scorso all’età di 94 anni. Membro del Centro di Studi Ciceroniani di Roma, Alfonso Traina è stato uno dei massimi interpreti della lingua latina e del pensiero romano. Chi ha avuto l’onore di conoscerlo ne ricorda la profonda gentilezza e la vena malinconica, che si esprimeva anche in poesie latine di perfetta fattura.

Le Conseil de présidence de la SIAC et le Conseil scientifique ont la douleur de vous faire part de la mort d’Alfonso Traina, survenue mercredi dernier à l’âge de 94 ans. Membre du Centre d’études cicéroniennes de Rome, Alfonso Traina a été l’un des plus grands interprètes de la langue latine et de la pensée romaine. Quiconque a eu l’honneur de le connaître se souvient de sa profonde gentillesse et de sa mélancolie qui s’exprimait également dans des poèmes latins parfaitement exécutés.

The Officers and the President of the Advisory Board of the SIAC join those who mourn Alfonso Traina, who passed away last Wednesday at the age of 94. A member of the Center for Ciceronian Studies in Rome, Alfonso Traina was one of the greatest experts in the Latin language and Roman thought. Those who had the privilege to know him remember his profound kindness and melancholic vein, which he also expressed in beautiful Latin poems.

 

  1. ACTIVITES DE LA SIAC / ATTIVITÀ DELLA SIAC / SIAC ACTIVITIES

 

1 – NOUVEAUX MEMBRES / NUOVI SOCI / NEW MEMBERS

  • Jerzy Axer – Associate – Warsaw – Poland
  • Katarzyna Marciniak – Associate – Warsaw – Poland

 

2 – RENOUVELLEMENTS / RINNOVI / RENEWALS 

  • Alice Borgna – Associate – Vercelli – Italy

 

II.CICERONIANA
1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

 

  • Ábel, Tamas, A gyarmatosítól kíváncsisága. Cicero sétája az Akadémia romjain (Cic. Fin. V.1-6), “Ókor”, 2019, 2, 50-60. LINK
  • Aguiar, Márlio, Quid aequitatis? o devir do conceito de aequitas no direito romano clássico, “Revista de Direito Civil Contemporâneo”, 19, 2019, 251-272. LINK
  • Almeida, Priscilla A. F., Inimicissimi atque immanissimi: os gauleses no “Pro Fonteio” de Cícero, “Codex”, 2019, 23-35.
  • Christensen, Daniel K., Roman Citizenship as a Climactic Narrative Element: Paul’s Roman Citizenship in Acts 16 and 22 Compared with Cicero’s Against Verres, “Conversation with the Biblical World”, 38, 2018, 55-75. LINK
  • Di Meglio, Alessandra, Il ‘De Fato’ di Cicerone: un commento tematico, Al Segno di Fileta, Campobasso 2019. LINK
  • Fonseca, Antonio López, Cicerón. Sobre el dolor, traducción, Madrid 2019. LINK
  • Karataş, Sema, Zwischen Bitten und Bestechen – Ambitus in der politischen Kultur der römischen Republik, Stuttgart 2019. LINK
  • Morgan, Jason, The State, Law, Religion, and Justice in Cicero’s The Republic and The Laws: An Aristotelian-Thomistic Interpretation, “Studia Gilsoniana”, 8, 3, 2019, 645-680. LINK
  • Reinhardt, Tobias, Terminology and Practice of Dialectic in Cicero’s Letters, in Dialectic after Plato, in Bénatouïl T., Ierodiakonou K. (a cura di), Dialectic after Plato and Aristotle, Cambridge 2019. LINK
  • Tolsa, Domènech, Horace’s Archytas Ode (1.28) and the Tomb of Archimedes in Cicero (Tusc. 5.64), “Arethusa”, 2019, 53-70. LINK
  • Zugravu, Nelu, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Philippicae – Filipice, editie bilingva, vol I, Iasi 2019 LINK

 

2 – A VENIR & INFORMATIONS / PROSSIME INIZIATIVE & INFORMAZIONI / FORTHCOMING & INFORMATION

 

  • Seminario: Associazione Italiana di Cultura Classica (SNSLA), Società Nazionale di Scienze Lettere e Arti in Napoli (AICC) – La traduzione dall’Antico al Modernoda metà ottobre 2019 alla prima metà di febbraio 2020 presso Aula Magna ed eventuali altri locali della Società Nazionale di Scienze, Lettere e Arti in Napoli in via Mezzocannone 8, II piano. Iscrizioni entro 14.10.2019. L’assunto di partenza è che l’atto traduttivo – ben lontano dal configurarsi come un processo di meccanica riproduzione o transcodificazione linguistica da un testo di partenza ad un testo di arrivo – richiede di essere accostato a partire da competenze molteplici e in continuo dialogo tra di loro, e ha come obiettivo primario quello di restituire il senso autentico del testo, sulla base della consapevolezza dei condizionamenti politico-ideologici e socio-culturali sia del contesto di partenza sia del contesto di ricezione. Tali condizionamenti, che ridefiniscono continuamente la relazione tra l’antico e il nuovo, necessitano di essere riconosciuti e storicamente valutati, e qualificano il fenomeno traduttivo come fenomeno anzitutto culturale, la cui complessità va evidenziata e valorizzata all’interno della prassi didattica. Seguendo questa prospettiva, nell’ambito del ciclo di incontri verrà privilegiato un approccio operativo che investa direttamente la progettazione didattica, e che offra spunti e riflessioni sulle modalità di valorizzazione dell’aspetto linguistico nell’interpretazione dei testi, sui problemi di traduzione propri dei diversi generi letterari, sull’incidenza dei fattori ideologici, storici e culturali nella prassi traduttiva.

 

  • Conference: Non Graecos minus barbaros quam Romanos puto. Les Romains et les Grecs de leur temps. De la prise de Tarente à l’édit de Caracalla (272 av. J. C.-212 ap. J.-C.)., École normale supérieure, Paris, France. 4-5 Octobre 2019. LIEN

 

 

  • Call for Papers: Honor and Shame in Classical Antiquity, City University of New York, New York, USA. From the organisers:

Honor and Shame in Classical Antiquity Thirteenth Annual Graduate Conference in Classics Friday – March 20, 2020. Keynote Speaker: Margaret Graver, Dartmouth College.  Virtue, Cicero argues, seeks no other reward for its labors and dangers beyond that of praise and glory. From the earliest days of the ancient Mediterranean, the pursuit of honor and avoidance of shame have shaped societies’ value systems. Achilles wages war according to a strict honor code, while Hesiod’s personified goddess, Shame, is the last to depart the earth as a rebuke of humanity’s wickedness. Far from belonging to the static code of an aristocratic warrior class, as was once understood, honor and shame are increasingly seen as part of a complex and polyvalent ethical system. They manifest themselves not only in the heroic self-assertion of ancient epic but also in a variety of other arenas, such as philosophical treatises, gender relations and sexual mores, the lives of enslaved peoples, Athenian law and politics, the performance of Roman state identity, and religious belief. Thus they are pervasive throughout literature, thought, and society in the ancient world.  Our graduate conference seeks better to understand honor and shame in antiquity. As Douglas Cairns and Mirko Canevaro note, ‘honor’ may seem an outdated notion. The modem world, however, is rife with conflict over it, whether it be in the form of shaming on social media, the poisonous nationalism of white supremacy, or discourse about sexual misconduct. Thus we believe that a conference on these key concepts in the ancient world may be especially fruitful at the present moment. The PhD/ MA Program in Classics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York invites graduate students in Classics or related fields to submit abstracts of papers that explore the theme of honor and shame in antiquity and beyond. We encourage different approaches, such as philological, literary, historical, sociological, philosophical, feminist, economic, and anthropological. We hope this conference will address in numerous ways what these interwoven ethical concepts meant to people inhabiting ancient Greece and Rome as well as the broader Mediterranean.  Possible paper topics may include, but are not limited to: o Ethics of honor and shame in ancient philosophy or Anthropological studies of Mediterranean societies o Interpretation of the Homeric honor code o Semantics of shame and honor across cultures o The role of shame in religious, military, and civic contexts o Honor codes in relation to ancient femininity and masculinity o Shame and ancient sexuality  Please send an anonymous abstract of approximately 300 words as an email attachment to cunyclassicsconference@gmail.com by January 10, 2020. Please include in the body of the email your name, university affiliation, and the title of the presentation. Speakers will have 15 minutes to present. Successful applicants will be notified in early February. Submissions and questions will be received by conference co-chairs Federico Di Pasqua and Victoria Jansson. LINK

 

  • Call for Papers Middle Platonism and its Literary Reflections, Freiburg im Breisgau. From the organisers:

We invite calls for papers for a conference to be held at the University of Freiburg in collaboration with the University of Liverpool to develop new perspectives on the ways in which Middle Platonism influenced contemporaneous literary texts. Scholarship has already explored the reception of Plato in a range of texts composed between 80 B .C.-A .D. 200  –  Cicero, Plutarch, Apuleius, Galen, Aulus Gellius, Philo, Athenaeus, to name but a few  –  and there has been a great deal of valuable work on the thought and development of the Middle Platonists (J. Dillon, The Middle Platonists , J. Dillon & A. Long Beyond Eclecticism , S. Gersh, Middle Platonism and Neoplatonism: The Latin Tradition, C. Moreschini,  Apuleius and the Metamorphoses of Platonism, M. Niehoff, Philo of Alexandria: An Intellectual Biography, as well as commentaries on Apuleius, Plutarch, Alcinous, etc., and sourcebooks such as G. Boys-Stones, Platonist Philosophy 80 BC to AD 250 ). A lacking perspective, however, has been the connection between Plato as a ‘text’ and Platonism as a collection of ideas fashioned into more or less systematised doctrine: when do writers like Plutarch or Apuleius reflect readings of Plato’s texts, and when the reshaping of Platonic ideas by (themselves and) contemporary thinkers? In short, then, we pose the question: ‘How does Middle Platonism affect the literature of the period?’  Can a distinct Middle Platonic concern (or set of concerns) be identified? And how wide-ranging is this interest in literary work of the period? The conference will attempt to start a conversation between historians of literature and historians of philosophy on how their disciplines organise themselves through time: how does the development of doctrine orintellectual speculation reflect and shape changes in literature and literary responses to intellectual culture? Where are the boundaries between doctrinal development and literary reception? Alongside prose authors, such as those mentioned above, contributions, from scholars at any stage, are sought that examine Platonic notions in any chronologically relevant texts (including letters, epigrams, prose literature, philosophical texts, inscriptions, papyri etc.); challenging or provocative ideas are welcome. So are contributions that examine the literary shaping of Middle Platonic texts (preserved or fragmentary). It is expected that most papers will focus on Greek and Latin texts of the period, but we are open to aspects of Platonism reflected in other literary traditions within the period. We are delighted to announce as keynote speakers Judith Mossman; Heinz-Günther Nesselrath; Michael Trapp; Tim Whitmarsh; Alexei Zadorozhnyy. Please submit abstracts of 300 words, for a 20 minute paper to be followed by 10 minutes of discussion, by the 30th of November to Ben Cartlidge (benjamin.cartlidge@liverpool.ac.uk) and Leonardo Costantini (leonardo.costantini@altphil.uni-freiburg.de). Abstracts can be in English or German, but the language of the conference will be English. Please attach the abstract as a separate anonymous file (.docx or .pdf), and include in the body of the email a brief academic biography. Some support for participation will be available, particularly for early career scholars or the unwaged. LINK

 

  • Call for Papers: Forms, Kinds, Essences, University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany. From the organisers:

– 2nd Call for papers: Forms, Kinds, Essences Deadline – 30 October 2019   Volume 23.2 of Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy will explore the history of the closely related concepts of form, kind, and essence. These concepts are currently the objects of much study, in particular within metaphysics and philosophy of science. Yet much of the historical background remains under-researched.  Possible topics for papers are any historical treatment of these concepts within philosophy. Naturally, Aristotle remains the locus classicus, and papers on Aristotle and form (eidos, morphē), kind (genos), and essence (to ti ēn einai) are very welcome. However, other figures are also highly relevant. Platonic ideas are without a doubt an important precursor to Aristotle’s notions. And later treatments of these issues in ancient or medieval philosophy would also fit well into the volume. All three concepts later received much criticism during the early modern period, among others from Descartes, Locke, and Giordano Bruno, to such a degree that these concepts more or less fell out of favour – although, they were also defended or used by philosophers such as Leibniz, Bacon, and Spinoza. Papers dealing with the criticism of forms, kinds, and essences in early modern philosophy, as well as their defence, would likewise be of interest. Despite the early modern critique, forms, kinds, and essences remained parts of philosophy, although they were occasionally seen as eccentric and peripheral. Things changed again in the early 20th century: especially the concept of essence (Wesen) resurfaced in Husserl, as well as Jean Hering and Roman Ingarden. Further, Peter Geach’s essentialism and his thesis of sortal-relative identity have been more or less forgotten, while Saul Kripke’s modal rehabilitation of essentiality has become part of the mainstream.  According to the current publication plans of Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy, our issue will appear in print in late 2020. Since Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy is a peer-reviewed journal, we will need to receive submissions by 30 October 2019. Ludger Jansen (Bochum/Rostock) and Petter Sandstad (Rostock) will serve as Guest-Editors for this volume. LINK

 

 

III. ACTIVITES DES MEMBRES / ATTIVITÀ DEI MEMBRI / MEMBERS’ ACTIVITIES

1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

 

  • Casamento, Alfredo, Un augurio di invecchiare: Sen. Phaedr. 820-823, “Paideia”, 74, 2019, 439-449. LINK
  • Kelly, Peter M. J., ‘The Wax and river Metaphors in Ovid’s Speech of Pythagoras and Plato’s Theaetetus’, “Philologus”, 2019. LINK
  • Scatolin, Adriano, Inventio e dispositio no debate senatorial de Bellum Catilinae 50.4-52, de Salústio, “Problemas de Historiografia Helenìstica”, 2019, 143-160. LINK
  • Spinelli, Emidio, Climate Change, Philosophical Reflections and Moral Responsibility: Hans Jonas and the Future of the Biosphere, in Giogia, G. Alessandra (a cura di), Casting light on climate change. Atti della conferenza (Viterbo, 2017), Pisa 2019, 91-95. LINK
  • Vassiliades, Georgios, Le Catilina de Salluste une histoire du progrès et de la décadence de Rome, “Vita Latina”, 199, 2019, 108-131. LINK

 

  • – CONFERENCES / CONFERENZE / CONFERENCES

 

  • Universität Basel – Cicero in Basel. Reception Histories from a Humanist City3-5th October 2019, Basel. Alice Borgna (Università del Piemonte Orientale): Basilea scrive a Cicerone: Lucio Munazio Planco; Federica Rossetti (Università di Napoli) Cicerone nella Basilea della Riforma. I commenti e le edizioni di Celio Secondo Curione; Gregor Vogt-Spira (Universität Marburg): Erasmus’ Ciceronianus und die Debatte um Cicero; Organizzatori: Cédric Scheidegger Lämmle (University of Basel), Ermanno Malaspina (SIAC). LINK1, LINK2, LINK3
  • Université Côte d’Azur – La figure et l’œuvre de Dracontius dans l’histoire littéraire en Afrique vandale  entre Antiquité tardive et Moyen Âge – Nice, 3-4-octobre 2019. Andrea Balbo:  Cum manibus quaesisset opem sine uoce rogantis (Romul. 5, 261). Linguaggi non verbali ed elementi di actio nelle declamazioni di Draconzio;
  • Liceo Porporato – Virtute e canoscenza. Testimoni per il futuro. – Pinerolo, 10 e 11 ottobre 2019. LINK
  • Liceo Classico Gioberti, Torino – Certificazione linguistica del latino: tematiche e metodi di preparazione – 4 novembre 2019 Andrea Balbo, Massimo Manca: la certificazione analisi dei dati, significato dell’esperienza prospettive didattiche, principi grammaticali e prospettive didattiche (capacità di manipolazione, dialettica fra comprensione e traduzione, ampliamento del canone, rapporti con la lingua italiana, dimensione ludica. ..), principi di metodo per la costruzione di una didattica per competenze e conoscenze; 11 novembre 2019 Andrea Balbo: il livello A e le sue ricadute didattiche; 25 novembre 2019 Massimo Manca: il livello B e la sue ricadute didattiche; 2 dicembre 2019 Andrea Balbo, Massimo Manca: presentazione dei lavori a casa e loro discussione.

 

3 – A VENIR & INFORMATIONS / PROSSIME INIZIATIVE &

INFORMAZIONI / FORTHCOMING & INFORMATION

  • Application for an International Grant: The reception of Cicero and Roman Platonism from the Middle Ages to the 18th century” by L’Italia Fenice in partnership with the Société Internationale des Amis de Cicéron.LINK

 

[Last updated on July 21st, 2019.]

 

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