SIAC Newsletter 49 (1/2014)

I. ACTIVITES DES MEMBRES / ATTIVITÀ DEI MEMBRI / 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

Audano, Sergio, Rileggendo il De divinatione di Timpanaro, “Sileno”, 39, 2013, 13-24. LINK

Balbo, Andrea, Sondaggi sulla presenza di Pitagora negli scritti ciceroniani: le sezioni frammentarie del de re publica e il de legibus, “Erga/Logoi”, 1, 2, 2013. LINK

Degl’Innocenti Pierini, Rita, Ennio, Scipione e la patria: interpretazione e fortuna (Virgilio, Orazio, Claudiano) di Ennio Var. 6-8 V.2 (= VI op. inc. Sk.), “Sileno”, 39, 2013, 115-132. LINK

De Paolis, Paolo, Sic vos non vobis. A proposito di un episodio sospetto della biografia virgiliana del Donatus auctus, “Sileno”, 39, 2013, 97-114. LINK

Galand, Perrine & Laigneau-Fontaine, Sylvie (eds.), La silve. Histoire d’une écriture libérée en Europe de l’Antiquité au XVIIIe siècle, Turnhout, Brepols, 2013. Perrine Galand, Peut-on se repérer dans la silve? (5-13); Ermanno Malaspina, La formation et l’usage du titre siluae en latin classique (17-43); Carlos Lévy, Note sur l’évolution sémantique de silua de l’époque républicaine à Saint Augustin (45-56). LINK

Magnaldi, Giuseppina, Note in margine al De finibus di Cicerone (2.61, 2.118, 3.2, 4.9, 5.15), “Sileno”, 39, 2013, 253-270. LINK

– Masi, Francesca Guadalupe & Maso, Stefano (eds), Fate, Change, and Fortune in Ancient Thought, Amsterdam, Hakkert, 2013. Contributors: Michele Alessandrelli, Maddalena Bonelli, Erik Eliasson, Fritz-Gregor Herrmann, Francesca Guadalupe Masi, Stefano Maso (‘Quarundam rerum initia in nostra potestate sunt’: Seneca on Decision Making, Fate, and Responsibility), Pierre-Marie Morel, Gabriela Rossi, Emidio Spinelli, Francesco Verde, Jula Wildberger (Bodies, Predicates, and Fated Truths: Ontological Distinctions and the Terminology of Causation in Defenses of Stoic Determinism by Chrysippus and Seneca). LINK

II. CICERONIANA

1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

– Enenkel, Karl A. E., Illustrations as Commentary and Readers’ Guidance. The Transformation of Cicero’s De Officiis into a German Emblem Book by Johann von Schwarzenberg, Heinrich Steiner, and Christian Egenolff (1517-1520; 1530/1531; 1550), in Enenkel, Karl A. E. (ed.), Transformations of the Classics via Early Modern Commentaries, Leiden, Brill, 2013, 167-260. LINK

– Nicols, John, Civic Patronage in the Roman Empire, Leiden-Boston, Brill, 2013. LINK

– Ott, Frank-Thomas, Die zweite Philippica als Flugschrift in der späten Republik, Berlin-Boston, de Gruyter, 2013. LINK

– Salavastru, Constantin, Cinq études sur la rhétorique cicéronienne, Paris, L’Harmattan, 2013. LIEN

– Sánchez-Ostiz, Alvaro, Cicero Graecus: Notes on Ciceronian Papyri from Egypt, “Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik”, 187, 2013, 144-153. LINK

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

– Die Deutsche Gesellschaft der Humboldtianer e.V. (Regionalgruppe Berlin-Brandenburg) lädt zu folgendem Vortrag ein: PD Dr. Thorsten Fögen (Durham University / Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Roman Responses to Greek Science and Scholarship as a Cultural and Political Phenomenon. 7.1.2014, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Klassische Philologie. LINK

– The eighth Cicero Awayday will take place at the University of Glasgow on May 13th, 2014, and aims to continue the Awayday’s tradition of friendly, informal and wide-ranging discussion. Papers on any aspect of Cicero’s life, works and reception are welcome. Papers should be no longer than 30 minutes in length; shorter papers will be considered, and the presentation of work in progress is encouraged. Proposals should be submitted to Professor Catherine Steel (catherine.steel@glasgow.ac.uk) by January 10th 2014. As in the case of previous Cicero Awaydays, no funds are available for travel or accommodation, and there are no plans to publish proceedings. The day’s timetable will be arranged to permit attendance from most parts of the UK as a day trip, and is likely to run from 11am to 5pm.

[Last updated on January 3th, 2014.]

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