SIAC Newsletter 16 (14/2012)

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

Chers membres, chers amis de Cicéron, notre bibliothèque cicéronienne en ligne (Bibliotheca – articles scientifiques et Livres) comprend aujourd’hui 275 articles et 101 livres. Elle est régulièrement nourrie de documents qui sont soit en déjà ligne (sur des sites peu ou mal connus), soit directement chargés sur notre site. Dans tous les cas, nous nous astreignons à respecter les droits des auteurs et des éditeurs. Un des moyens efficaces de nourrir cette documentation en ligne serait de nous adresser directement, au format pdf, vos contributions scientifiques. Quelques membres (Aldo Setaioli, François Prost) ont déjà fait cette démarche, et nous les en remercions.

Cari soci e cari amici di Cicerone, la nostra biblioteca ciceroniana in rete (Bibliotheca – articoli scientifici e libri) comprende oggi 275 articoli e 101 libri. Essa viene costantemente arricchita sia con documenti presenti già online (ma su siti poco conosciuti) sia con testi direttamente caricati su http://www.tulliana.eu. Comunque, intendiamo rispettare pienamente i diritti degli autori e degli editori. Uno dei mezzi più efficaci per ampliare questa biblioteca in rete è costituito dall’invio diretto ai curatori del sito dei contributi scientifici in formato .pdf. Alcuni soci (Aldo Setaioli, François Prost) lo hanno già fatto e noi li ringraziamo.

Dear members, dear friends of Cicero, our Ciceronian online library (Bibliotheca – scientific papers and Books) currently includes 275 papers and 101 books. This library is regularly updated by documents which are already online (often on sites with limited access), or which are directly uploaded to our site. In every case, we do our best to respect the rights of the authors and of the publishers. One of the most helpful means to improve this on-line documentation would be to send your contributions to us directly (preferably in pdf files). Some members (Aldo Setaioli, François Prost) have taken the initiative already, and we offer them our thanks.

1 – NOUVEAUX MEMBRES / NUOVI SOCI / NEW MEMBERS

– Lydia Martina Barbosa – membre scientifique – Campinas – Brasil.

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

– ACTA TULLIANA V. Ce numéro des Acta Tulliana, édité par Chiaffredo Bussi, contient les contributions reçues entre novembre 2011 et mai 2012. / Questo numero degli Acta Tulliana, a cura di Chiaffredo Bussi, raccoglie notizie comprese nell’arco temporale tra novembre 2011 e maggio 2012. / This issue of Acta Tulliana, edited by Chiaffredo Bussi, collects news received between November 2011 and May 2012. LINK

3 – NOUVEAUTES SUR TULLIANA – NOVITÀ SU TULLIANA – NEWS ON TULLIANA

Section Propédeutique – Propedeutica – Propaedeutics

– Marie Formarier a mis en ligne sur tulliana.eu, section Propédeutique Esthétique – arts, un working paper sur Cicéron et la musique. Il s’agit d’un relevé des passages de l’oeuvre de Cicéron où il est question de la musique. LIEN / Marie Formarier ha messo on-line su tulliana.eu, sezione Propedeutica Estetica – arte, un working paper su Cicerone e la musica. Si tratta di un elenco dei brani di Cicerone in cui si tratta di musica. LINK (in francese e latino) / Marie Formarier put online, tulliana.eu, section Propedeutics Aesthetics – arts, her working paper about Cicero and music. This is the listing of texts related to music. LINK (in french and latin)

Section Bibliotheca – articles scientifiques – articoli – Scientific papers

– Allen Jr., Walter, In Defense of Catiline, “The Classical Journal”, 34, 2, 1938, 70-85. LINK

– Allen Jr., Walter, Cicero’s Conceit, “Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association”, 85, 1954,121-144. LINK

– Allen Jr., Walter, Cicero’s Provincial Governorship in 63 B.C., “Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association”, 83, 1952, 233-241. LINK

– Annas, Julia, Carneads’ Classification of Ethical Theories, in Ioppolo, Anna-Maria & Sedley, David N. (eds), Pyrrhonists, Patricians, Platonizers: Hellenistic Philosophy in the period 115-86 BC, Napoli, Elenchos, Bibliopolis, 2007, 189-223. LINK

– Annas, Julia, Plato’s Laws and Cicero’s De Legibus, in Schofield, Malcom & Sedley, David N. (eds), Plato, Aristotle and Pythagoras in the 1st century BC. [forthcoming] LINK

– Annas, Julia, The Sage in Ancient Philosophy, in Francesca Alesse et alii (a cura di), Anthropine Sophia, Napoli, Bibliopolis, 2008, 11-27. LINK

– Arena, Valentina, Invocation to liberty and invective of dominatus at the end of the Roman Republic, “Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies of the University of London”, 50, 2007, 49-73. LINK

– Balbo, Andrea, Riflessi dell’oratoria reale nei discorsi sulla morte di Cesare: il caso di Bruto, “I Quaderni del Ramo d’Oro On-Line”, 4, 2011, 152-167. LINK

– Balsdon, J. P. V. D., Auctoritas, Dignitas, Otium, “The Classical Quarterly”, NS 10, 1, 1960, 43-50. LINK

– Batstone, William W., The Antithesis of Virtue: Sallust’s “Synkrisis” and the Crisis of the Late Republic, “Classical Antiquity”, 7, 1, 1988, 1-29. LINK

– Batstone, William W., Cicero’s Construction of Consular Ethos in the First Catilinarian, “Transactions of the American Philological Association”, 124, 1994, 211-266. LINK

– Batstone, William W., Quantum Ingenio Possum: On Sallust’s Use of Ingenium in Bellum Catilinae 53.6, “The Classical Journal”, 83, 4, 1988, 301-306. LINK

– Benitez, Miguel, Les années d’apprentissage : Montesquieu, Lecteur De Cicéron ». Ce texte et l’édition des « Notes sur Cicéron » de Montesquieu devait paraître dans le volume 17, Extraits et notes de lectures, entrepris dans le cadre des Œuvres Complètes de Montesquieu publiées sous le patronage de la Société Montesquieu. A la suite d’une incompréhension avec les éditeurs, l’auteur a choisi de publier cette contribution sur Internet. LINK

– Botsford, George Willis, On the Legality of the Trial and Condemnation of the Catilinarian Conspirators, “The Classical Weekly”, 6, 17, 1913, 130-132. LINK

– Bradley, K. R., Slaves and the Conspiracy of Catiline, “Classical Philology”, 73, 4, 1978, 329-336. LINK

– Brunt, P. A., Nobilitas and Novitas, “The Journal of Roman Studies”, 72, 1982, 1-17. LINK

– Brunt, P. A., The Army and the Land in the Roman Revolution, “The Journal of Roman Studies”, 52, 1-2, 1962, 69-86. LINK

– Burckhardt, Leonhard A., Nobilitas and Homo Novus, “Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte”, 39, 1, 1990, 77-99. LINK

– Cadoux, T. J., Catiline and the Vestal Virgins, “Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte”, 54, 2, 2005, 162-179. LINK

– Cape Jr., Robert W., The Rhetoric of Politics in Cicero’s Fourth Catilinarian, “The American Journal of Philology”, 116, 2, 1995, 255-277. LINK

– Conley, Duane F., The Interpretation of Sallust Catiline 10. 1-11. 3, “Classical Philology”, 76, 2, 1981, 121-125. LINK

– Correa, Soledad, Reditus y autofiguración en Cicerón, Epistulae ad Atticum IV.1, “Rétor”, 2, 1, 2012, 37-54. LINK

– Dunkle, J. Roger, The Greek Tyrant and Roman Political Invective of the Late Republic, “Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association”, 98, 1967, 151-171. LINK

– Dunkle, J. Roger, The Rhetorical Tyrant in Roman Historiography: Sallust, Livy and Tacitus, “The Classical World”, 65, 1, 1971, 12-20. LINK

– Duplá Ansuátegui, Antonio, Novus sum, consulatum peto, Roma est: el Commentariolum petitionis de Quinto Cicerón, “Studia historica. Historia antigua”, 6, 1988, 107-116. LINK

– Eagle, E. D., Catiline and the “Concordia Ordinum”, “Phoenix”, 3, 1, 1949, 15-30. LINK

– Emilie, Gertrude, Cicero and the Roman Pietas, “The Classical Journal”, 39, 9, 1944, 536-542. LINK

– Farias, P., Reflexiones sobre Cicerón. Las paradojas. El regreso a Cicerón, “Revista de estudios políticos”, 117, 2002, 221-234. LINK

– Fernández Beites, Pilar & Rodríguez Camaño, Rosa, El problema del conocimiento en los Academica de Cicerón, “Cuadernos de filología clásica: Estudios latinos”, 4, 1993, 49-72. LINK

– Formarier, Marie, L’orateur romain chantait-il ?, “Synergies Espagne”, 4, 2011, 25-34. LINK

– Fuhrmann, Manfred, Cicerón y la retórica: la moral de abogado de Cicerón y su evaluaciçon en los siglos XIX y XX, “Anuario filosófico”, 34, 70, 2001, 347-368. LINK

– García Hernández, Benjamín, El deus deceptor de las Cuestiones académicas de Cicerón y el de Descartes, “Revista de estudios latinos”, 6, 2006, 167-183. LINK

– Gonzales Aguilar, Audilio, Ficta etiam exempla similitudinis habent vim: L’esclave, la religion et la familia. Une approche de ces phénomènes dans l’oeuvre de Cicerón, “Arys: Antigüedad, religiones y sociedades”, 1, 1998, 179-194. LINK

– Gruen, Erich S., Veteres Hostes, Novi Amici, “Phoenix”, 24, 3, 1970, 237-243. LINK

– Gruen, Erich S., Notes on the “First Catilinarian Conspiracy”, “Classical Philology”, 64, 1, 1969, 20-24. LINK

– Harrison, Ian, Catiline, Clodius, and Popular Politics at Rome during the 60s and 50s Bce, “Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies”, 51, 1, 95-118, 2008. LINK

– Harvey, Paul, Cicero Fam. 13-76: date and adress, “Athenaeum”, NS 55, 3-4, 1977, 303-313. LINK,

– Harvey, Paul, Cicero, Epistulae ad quintum fratrem, three notes, “Athenaeum”, NS 64, 3-4, 1966, 482-486. LINK,

– Hernández, Manuela Valencia, De quarenda, de collocanda pecunia, etiam de utenda: aproximación a la mentalidad productiva de Cicerón, “Habis”, 25, 1994, 121-136. LINK

– Hock, Rudolph Paul, Servile Behavior in Sallust’s “Bellum Catilinae”, “The Classical World”, 82, 1, 1988, 13-24. LINK

– Hölkeskamp, Karl-J., Nobilitas, “Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte”, 42, 1, 1993, 12-39. LINK

– Holmes, T. Rice, Three Catilinarian Dates, “The Journal of Roman Studies”, 8, 1918, 15-25. LINK

– Husband, Richard Wellington, The Prosecution of Catiline’s Associates, “The Classical Journal”, 9, 1, 4-23. LINK

– Jones, Francis L., Crassus, Caesar, and Catiline, “The Classical Weekly”, 29, 12, 1936, 89-93. LINK

– Jones, Francis L., The First Conspiracy of Catiline, “The Classical Journal”, 34, 7, 1939, 410-422. LINK

– Levene, D. S., Sallust’s “Catiline” and Cato the Censor, “The Classical Quarterly”, NS 50, 1 2000, 170-191. LINK

– Levick, Barbara, Morals, Politics, and the Fall of the Roman Republic, “Greece & Rome”, Ser 2, 29, 1, 1982, 53-62. LINK

– MacKay, L. A., Sallust’s “Catiline”: Date and Purpose, “Phoenix”, 16, 3, 1962, 181-194. LINK

– Malaspina, Ermanno, Ventures i desventures de la clementia entre Cèsar, Ciceró i Sèneca, in Classicisme i anticlassicisme com a necessitats intellectuals, “Ítaca. Quaderns Catalans de Cultura Clàssica”, 21, 2005, 63-78. LINK

– March, Duane A., Cicero and the “Gang of Five”, “The Classical World”, 82, 4, 1989, 225-234. LINK

– Marín Martínez, Antonio Pedro, Utopía estoica o razón socrática: la virtus ciceroniana en las Paradoxa Stoicorum, “El Futuro del Pasado, revista electrónica de historia”, 2, 2011, 159-171. LINK

– Millar, Fergus, Triumvirate and Principate, “The Journal of Roman Studies”, 63, 1973, 50-67. LINK

– Mitchell, Th. N., Cicero and the Senatus “consultum ultimum”, “Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte”, 20, 1, 1971, 47-61. LINK

– Muñiz Coello, Joaquin, Cicerón y el santuario de Tulia: Teoría religiosa y práctica financiera, “Arys: Antigüedad, Religiones y Sociedades”, 1, 1998, 119-138. LINK

– Orrego, Cristóbal, Cicerón descuartizado, Cicerón en un fractal: nota sobre el republicanismo contemporáneo, “Anuario filosófico”, 34, 70, 2001, 395-432. LINK

– Ors, Alvaro d’, Cicerón, sobre el estado de excepción, “Cuadernos de la Fundación Pastor”, 3, 1961, 11-31. LINK

– Pelling, C. B. R., Plutarch and Catiline, “Hermes”, 113, 3, 1985, 311-329. LINK

– Phillips, E. J., Catiline’s Conspiracy, “Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte”, 25, 4, 1976, 441-448. LINK

– Pina Polo, Francisco, Cicerón contra Clodio: el lenguaje de la invectiva, “Gerión”, 9, 1991, 131-150. LINK

– Pina Polo, Francisco, Ideología y práctica política en la Roma tardorrepublicana, “Gerión”, 12, 1994, 69-94. LINK

– Prost, François, Agustina Bessa-Luis, A Sibila, “Revista do Centro de Estudos Portugueses”, 31, 46, 2011, 63-69. LINK

– Prost, François, Ariston et Hérillos chez Cicéron, in Bona, Edoardo &Lévy, Carlos & Magnaldi, Giuseppina (a cura di), Vestigia Notitiai, Alessandria, Edizioni dell’Orso, 2012, 13-23. LINK

– Prost, François, Aspects de la critique cicéronienne de l’épicurisme en De finibus 2, “Quaderni del dipartimento di filologia, linguistica e tradizione classica Augusto Rostagni”, NS 2, 2003, 87-111. LINK

– Prost, François, Cicéron : fragments philosophiques, in R. Goulet (ed.), Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques. Supplément, Paris, CNRS éditions, 2003, 704-715. LINK

– Prost, François, Cicéron : Opera philosophica, in Furno, Martine (ed.), La collection Ad Usum Delphini, vol. 2, Grenoble, ELLUG, 2005, 465-483. LINK

– Prost, François, Cicéron, Laelius de amicitia, “Vita Latina”, 180, 2009, 98-108. LINK

– Prost, François, Humanitas : originalité d’un concept cicéronien, “L’art du comprendre”, Ser. 2, 15, 2006, 31-46. LINK

– Prost, François, L’architecture complexe de l’humanitas dans l’humanisme latin, in Cassin, B. (ed.), Vocabulaire européen des philosophies, Paris, Seuil/Le Robert, 2004, 777 et 821-823. LINK

– Prost,François, L’éthique d’Antiochus d’Ascalon, “Philologus”, 145, 2001, 244-268. LINK

– Prost, François, La mesure des affections dans l’épicurisme, “Pallas”, 88, 2012, 71-81. LINK

– Prost, François, La philosophie cicéronienne de l’amitié dans le Laelius, “Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale”, 1, 2008, 111-124. LINK

– Prost, François, La psychologie de Panétius : réflexions sur l’évolution du stoïcisme à Rome et la valeur du témoignage de Cicéron, “Revue des Études Latines”, 79, 2001, 37-53. LINK

– Prost, François, La structure du Laelius de Cicéron, in Galand-Hallyn, P. & Laigneau, S. & Lévy, C. & Verbaal, W. (ed.), La société des amis à Rome et dans la littérature médiévale et humaniste, Turnhout, Brepols, 2009, 11-26. LINK

– Prost, François, Le thème du plaisir dans le Cato Maior : aspects philosophiques, in Galand-Hallyn, P. & Laigneau, S. & Lévy, C. & Verbaal, W. (ed.), Le plaisirdans l’Antiquité et а la Renaissance, Turnhout, Brepols, 2008, 377-394. LINK

– Prost, François, Mores, in B. Cassin (ed.), Vocabulaire européen des philosophies, Paris, Seuil/Le Robert, 2004, 777 et 821-823. LINK

– Prost, François, Pyrrhon chez Cicéron, “Vita Latina”, 183-184, 2011, 33-53. LINK

– Prost, François, Un cas de constitution d’un genre : les discours de retour d’exil de Cicéron à la lumière du De Oratore, in Bonnafous, Simone & Chiron, Pierre & Ducard, Dominique & Lévy, Carlos (ed.), Argumentation et discours politique. Antiquité grecque et romaine, Révolution Française, Monde contemporain, Paris, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2003, 29-38. LINK

– Radin, Max, Roman Concepts of Equality, “Political Science Quarterly”, 38, 2, 1923, 262-289. LINK

– Reitzenstein, R. & Schwartz, Eduard, Pseudo-Sallusts Invective Gegen Cicero, “Hermes”, 33, 1, 1898, 87-108. LINK

– Ross Taylor, Lily, Cicero’s Aedileship, “The American Journal of Philology”, 60, 2, 1939, 194-202. LINK

– Ross Taylor, Lily, Caesar and the Roman Nobility, “Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association”, 73, 1942, 1-24. LINK

– Salmon, E. T., Catiline, Crassus, and Caesar, “The American Journal of Philology”, 56, 4, 1935, 302-316. LINK

– Savage, John J., Catiline in Vergil and in Cicero, “The Classical Journal”, 36, 4, 1941, 225-226. LINK

– Seager, Robin, Iusta Catilinae, “Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte”, 22, 2, 1973, 240-248. LINK

– Seager, Robin, The First Catilinarian Conspiracy, “Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte”, 13, 3, 1964, 338-347. LINK

– Smethurst, S. E., Politics and Morality in Cicero, “Phoenix”, 9, 3, 1955, 111-121. LINK

– Smethurst, S. E., Cicero and the Senate, “The Classical Journal”, 54, 2, 1958, 73-78. LINK

– Starr, Chester G., How Did Augustus Stop the Roman Revolution?, “The Classical Journal”, 52, 3, 1956, 107-112. LINK

– Valverde, Luis Amela, Cicerón y los cistóforos (Cic. Att. 2, 6, 2; 16, 4 y 11, 1, 2), “Faventia: Revista de filologia clàssica”, 26, 2, 2004, 69-91. LINK

– Yavetz, Z., The Failure of Catiline’s Conspiracy, “Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte”, 12, 4, 1963, 485-499. LINK

Section Bibliotheca – Livres – Libri – Books

– Abbamonte, Giancarlo & Miletti, Lorenzo & Spina, Luigi (a cura di), Discorsi alla prova, Atti del Quinto colloquio italo-francese, Discorsi pronunciati, discorsi ascoltati: contesti di eloquenza tra Grecia, Roma ed Europa, Napoli, Pubblicazioni del Dipartimento di Filologia classica F. Arnaldi dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, 2009, 639 p. Arturo De Vivo, Oratoria da camera. Il processo intra cubiculum di Valerio Asiatico (Tac. Ann. XI 1-3). Giancarlo Abbamonte, Lorenzo Miletti, Claudio Buongiovanni, Le allocuzioni alle truppe nella storiografia antica. Giancarlo Abbamonte, Allocuzioni alle truppe: documenti, origine e struttura retorica. Lorenzo Miletti, Contesti dei discorsi alle truppe nella storiografia greca: Erodoto, Tucidide, Senofonte. Claudio Buongiovanni, Il generale e il suo ‘pubblico’: le allocuzioni alle truppe in Sallustio, Tacito e Ammiano Marcellino. Bibliografia,Abbamonte-Miletti-Buongiovanni. Martine Chassignet, Discours prononcés, discours écoutés chez Tite-Live: l’exemple des discours dans le livre XXI de l’Ab Vrbe condita. Marisa Squillante, Riscrivere discorsi d’altri. Maurizio Erto, Il synedrion di Salamina. Note a Erodoto 8.49-63 – Paola Cassella, Difendere il nemico: il discorso ricostruito del Telefo euripideo. Thierry Grandjean, Le blâme des cités chez Apollonios de Tyane et chez Dion de Pruse. Johann Goecken, Éloge et description : l’esprit du banquet dans la salle (peri tou oikou) de Lucien. Fabrice Robert, Χερσὶν αὐτᾶς λαλεῖν (Luc., Salt. 63): rhétorique et pantomime à l’époque impériale. Luana Quattrocelli, Il pubblico dei Discorsi sacri di Elio Aristide. Jean-Luc Vix, Le philosophe et son public d’après le discours 26 de Thémistios ὑπὲρ τοῦ λέγειν, ἢ πῶς τ φιλοσόφ λεκτέον (sur l’éloquence ou comment le philosophe doit parler). Aude Lehmann, Aélius Stilon logographe. Giuseppe Marini, La tromba di Frontone. Strumenti musicali a fiato e tipologie di eloquenza di età imperiale. Romilda Ucciero, A proposito del discorso di un eroe (Gell. 15, 6). Yves Lehmann, Discours méditatif et méditation discursive dans le «cicero» de Stefan Zweig. Chiara Renda, I riceventi della pro Sestio: tre livelli di struttura, lettura, ricezione del testo ciceroniano. Catherine Schneider, Discours écoutés, discours prononcés dans l’Afrique romaine : l’apologie d’Apulée ou le trompe-l’œil absolu. Anne-Marie Favreau Linder, Le sophiste et son public dans les déclamations de Lucien. Frédéric Chapot, Ad nationes. Destinataire fictif, destinataire réel dans l’apologétique chrétienne antique. Cyrille Crepey, L’influence du contexte sur le discours dans les Homélies sur la Genèse de Jean Chrysostome. Marie France Gineste, L’adlocutio sponsalis dans quelques épithalames de l’Antiquité tardive, ou l’instrumentalisation du discours divin. Cristina Pepe, Discorsi per i caduti (l’epitaphios di Pericle e l’orazione di Rudolph Giuliani). Francesco Senatore e Francesco Montuori, Discorsi riportati alla corte di re Ferrante d’Aragona. Tavola rotonda, Si può ancora difendere e praticare la retorica? Nota dei curatori. Luigi Spina, Introduzione. Lawrence Green, The Global Study of Rhetoric. Gabriella Moretti, Si può ancora, oggi, difendere e praticare la retorica? Laurent Pernot, La retorica oggi. Nicoletta Polla Mattiot, La riscossa della retorica comincia dal reality?LINK

– Alexander, Michael C., The Case for the Prosecution in the Ciceronian Era, Anna Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 2003, 384 p. LINK

– Badian, Ernest, Lucius Sulla. The Deadly Reformer, Sidney, Sydney University Press, 1971, 32 p. LINK

– Badian, Ernst, Foreign clientelae (264-70 B.C.), Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1958, X-342 p. LINK ou LINK

– Coskun, Altay,Historisch-philologische Kommentierungen zu Cicero, Pro Archia poeta, 2004, 78 p. LINK

– Eilers, Claude (ed.), Diplomats and diplomacy in the Roman world, Leiden-Boston, Brill, 2009, 250 p. LINK

– Gabba, Emilio, Republican Rome, the Army and the Allies, Trans. by P.J. Cuff, Berkeley-Los Angeles, University of California Press, 1976, 272 p. LINK

– Laffi, Umberto (ed.), Emilio Gabba, Conversazione sulla storia, Pisa-Cagliari, Della Porta Editori, 2009, 76 p. LINK

– Lepore, Ettore, II pensiero político romano del I secolo, in AA. VV., Storia di Roma, vol. 2, L’impero mediterraneo, 1, La repubblica imperiale, Torino, Giulio Einaudi editore, 1990, 857-883. LINK

– Nicolet, Claude (ed.), Les Gracques. Crise agraire et révolution à Rome, Paris, Julliard, 1967, 235 p. LINK ou LINK2.

– Noy, David, Foreigners at Rome, Citizens and Strangers, London, Duckworth & The Classical Press of Wales, 2000, 353 p. LINK

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

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 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

– Bernard, Jacques-Emmanuel, La narration dans les lettres proconsulaires de Cicéron,”Latomus”, 71, 1, 2012, 24-39.

– Formarier, Marie, Modéliser le rythme « haché » de Cicéron : propositions et perspectives, “Revue de philologie de littérature et d’histoire anciennes”, Ser. 3, 84, 1, 2010, 81.

– Lévy, Carlos, Other followers of Antiochus, in Sedley, David (ed.), The philosophy of Antiochus, Cambridge-New York, Cambridge University Press, 2012, 290-306.

2 – CONFERENCES / CONFERENZE / CONFERENCES

– II Congresso Brasileiro de Retórica, 27 a 30 de agosto de 2012 em Belo Horizonte, MG, Brasil. Francisco de Assis Costa da Silva (UERN), Da filosofia à eloquência no Orator de Cícero. Marco Antônio da Costa (UFMG), A retórica do exílio: o emprego de figuras de repetição e de acumulação nas cartas exílicas de Cícero. Sidney Calheiros de Lima (DLCV-FFLCH-USP), Reflexões sobre tradução no De finibus de Cícero e a refutação do pensamento estóico. Angélica Chiappetta (EACH/USP), Orator , 8-10 e a arte da memória segundo Cícero. Mariana Pini-Fernandes (UNICAMP), Oratorum ordines: aspectos da estruturação prosopográfica no Brutus. Marcos Martinho (USP), Outra fonte grega para o estudo das três figuras (léxis, diánoia, lógos). Alexandre Agnolon (UFOP), O Cícero de Castiglione: o De Ridiculis e Il Libro del Cortegiano (1528). Programação geral: LINK

Fato, caso e fortuna nel pensiero filosofico antico – Fate, chance and fortune in ancient thought. Convegno internazionale, 27-28 settembre 2012, Venezia, Ca’ Foscari, palazzo Marcorà Malcanton, Dipartimento di filosofia e beni culturali (4° piano), Carlo Natali e Francesca Masi (Venezia, Univ. Ca’ Foscari), Introduzione; Franco Trabattoni (Milano, Univ. Statale), Platone (e i platonici) tra libertà, provvidenza e destino; Gabriela Rossi Rossi (Buenos Aires), Chance and accidental causes in Aristotle: Metaph. E 3 in the light of the concept of tyche; Pierre-Marie Morel (CNRS Lyon), Aspetti della necessità in Epicuro; Emidio Spinelli (Roma, Univ. La Sapienza), Cinici, stoici e la marginalizzazione della tyche; Jula Wildberger (American University of Paris), The argos logos in Cicero’s De Fato and Seneca’s Naturales quaestiones 2.37-38; Erik Eliasson (Roma, Istit. svedese di studi classici), Plotinus on fate; Stefano Maso (Venezia, Univ. Ca’ Foscari), Conclusioni. Partecipano al convegno: Fritz-Gregor Herrmann (Swansea), Francesco Verde (Roma), Carlo Natali (Venezia), Cristina Viano (Parigi), Maddalena Bonelli (Bergamo), Roberto Medda (Venezia). Responsabilità scientifica: Francesca G. Masi e Stefano Maso. Per informazioni: maso@unive.it. LINK

III. CICERONIANA

1 PUBLICATIONS/PUBBLICAZIONI/PUBLICATIONS

– Bankston, Zach, Administrative Slavery in the Ancient Roman Republic: The Value of Marcus Tullius Tiro in Ciceronian Rhetoric, “Rhetoric Review”, 31, 3, 2012, 203-218.

– Baraz, Yelena, A written republic. Cicero’s philosophical politics, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2012, 252 p.

– Bringmann, Klaus, Cicero Über seine philosophica. Zu überlieferung und Interpretation einer umstrittenen Selbstaussage in Att. 12,52,3, “Hermes”, 140, 1, 2012, 25-36.

– Cairns, Francis, Lentulus’ Letter: Cicero In Catilinam 3.12; Sallust Bellum Catilinae 44.3-61, “Historia”, 61, 1, 2012, 78-82.

– De Giorgio, Jean-Pierre, Defining dialogue in ancient Rome. Cicero’s De oratore, drama and the notion of everyday conversation, “Language and Dialogue”, 2, 1, 2012, 105-121.

– Dirksmeier, Peter, The wish to live in areas with ‘people like us’: metropolitan habitus, habitual urbanity and the visibility of urban-rural differences in South Bavaria, Germany, “Visual Studies”, 27, 1, 2012, 76-89.

– Dyck, Andrew Roy (ed.), Marcus Tullius Cicero, Speeches on behalf of Marcus Fonteius and Marcus Aemilius Scaurus, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012.

– Gurd, Sean Alexander, Literary Revision as Social Performance in Ancient Rome, Oxford-New York, Oxford University Press, 2012, 167 p. Contents: Isocrates, Plato, and Quintilian: revision, pedagogy, and the formation of selves. – Cicero: collective revision and a literary republic. – Horace: revision, ridicule, and censorship. – Pliny the Younger: genetic and general publics.

– Kellow, Geoffrey, A shortage of men: wealth, rank, and recognition in Cicero’s civic education, in Tabachnick, David Edward & Koivukoski, Toivo (eds), On oligarchy: ancient lessons for global politics, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2011, xvii, 232 p.

– Kirchner, Roderich, Ein dictum Ciceros und sein Nachklang (zu Cic. Phil. 2,38), “Hermes”, 140, 1, 2012, 104-108.

– Lintott, Andrew, Plutarch: Demosthenes and Cicero, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013.

– Llano Alonso, Fernando H., Cicero and Natural Law, “Archiv fuer Rechts- und Sozialphilosphie”, 98, 2, 2012, 157-168.

– Manuwald, Gesine, The speeches to the People in Cicero’s oratorical corpora, “Rhetorica. Journal of the History of Rhetoric”, 30, 2, 2012, 153-175.

– Notari, Tamas, Forensic strategy in Cicero’s speech in defence of Aulus Cluentius Habitus, “Acta Juridica Hungarica”, 53, 1, 2012, 48-61.

– Schofield, Malcolm (ed.), Aristotle, Plato and Pythagoreanism in the first century BC. New directions for philosophy, Cambridge-New York, Cambridge University Press, 2013.

– Schofield, Malcolm, The neutralizing argument: Carneades, Antiochus, Cicero, in Sedley, David (ed.), The philosophy of Antiochus, Cambridge-New York, Cambridge University Press, 2012, 377 p.

– Struett, Michael & Nance, Mark, Constructions through law – Cicero’s ghost: rethinking the social construction of piracy, in Struett, Michael J. & Carlson, Jon D. & Nance Mark T. (eds), Maritime piracy and the construction of global governance, New York, Routledge, 2012.

– Zetzel, James, ‘Arouse the dead’: Mai, Leopardi, and Cicero’s commonwealth in Restoration Italy, in Brockliss, William et al., Reception and the classics, Cambridge-New York, Cambridge University Press, 2012, x, 188 p.

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

7th Celtic Conference in Classics, Ausonius Institut de Recherche sur l’Antiquité et le Moyen Âge, UMR 5607 CNRS, Université Bordeaux 3, 5-8 September 2012. Alex Long (St Andrews), The outcome of Cicero’s De Finibus. LINK

Educating the future generation: teaching, learning and antiquity. A postgraduate conference at University College London, Greek and Latin Department, Gordon House 106. 13-14 September 2012. Giulieta Cardigni (Buenos Aires): Didactic Features and Roman Identity in Macrobius Commentarii in Somnium Scipionis. LINK

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