SIAC Newsletter 60 (12/2014)

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

Arcidiacono, Carmen, Il carme ‘AL’, 686 Riese: testo, traduzione e inquadramento storico, “Res publica litterarum”, 35, 2012 [2014]. LINK

Aricò, Giuseppe, Enea o il disagio dell’eroismo, “Aevum Antiquum”, N.S. 10, 2010 [2013], 55-78. LINK

Atkins, Jed W., A revolutionary doctrine? Cicero’s natural right teaching in Mably and Burke, “Classical Receptions Journal”, 6, 2, 2014, 177-197. LINK

Audano, Sergio, La retorica dell’indeterminazione: spunti per una lettura della “Consolatio ad Apollonium”, in Paola Volpe Cacciatore (a cura di), Plutarco: linguaggi e retorica (Atti del XII Convegno dell’International Plutarch Society – Sezione Italiana), Napoli, D’Auria, 2014, 15-28. LINK

Lévy, Carlos, Les Sirènes cicéroniennes et leur arrière-plan philosophique, in Hélène Vial (dir.), Les Sirènes ou le Savoir périlleux, de l’Antiquité au XXIe siècle, Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2014, 151-160. LIEN

Piccioni, Francesca, Sulla tradizione manoscritta dei Florida di Apuleio: il ruolo dell’Ambrosiano N 180 Sup., “Revue d’histoire des textes”, 9, 2014, 141-156. LINK

Prost, François, rev. of Craig A. Williams, Reading Roman Friendship, Cambridge & New York, Cambridge University Press, 2012, “Bryn Mawr Classical Review”, 2014.05.55. LINK

– Sheppard, Anne (ed.), Ancient Approaches to Plato’s ‘Republic‘, London, Institute of Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 2013: Jed W. Atkins, Cicero on the relationship between Plato’s Republic and Laws; J.G.F. Powell, Cicero’s reading of Plato’s Republic. LINK

Wildberger, Jula & Colish, Marcia L. (eds), Seneca philosophus, Berlin-Boston, de Gruyter, 2014. Antonello Orlando, Seneca on Prolepsis: Greek Sources and Cicero’s Influence; Rita Degl’Innocenti Pierini, Freedom in Seneca: Some Reflections on the Relationship between Philosophy and Politics, Public and Private Life; Tommaso Gazzarri, Gender-Based Differential Morbidity and Moral Teaching in Seneca’s Epistulae morales; Francesca Romana Berno, In Praise of Tubero’s Pottery: A Note on Seneca, Ep. 95.72-73 and 98.133; Jula Wildberger, The Epicurus Trope and the Construction of a “Letter Writer” in Seneca’s Epistulae Morales. LINK

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

– Seminario Tradizione vs innovazione in età tardoantica. Letteratura, scuola, traduzione, Sapienza Università di Roma, 9 giugno 2014. Marco Mancini (Sapienza – Università di Roma) e Paolo De Paolis (Università di Cassino), Presentazione del volume di Stefano Asperti, Marina Passalacqua, Appendix Probi (GL IV 193-204), edizione critica, Firenze 2014; Giuseppe La Bua (Sapienza – Università di Roma), Cicerone e l’educazione nel mondo tardoantico. LINK

– Conference Fragments, Holes, and Wholes: Reconstructing the Ancient World in Theory and Practice, Warsaw, Poland, 12th-14th June 2014. Costas Panayotakis (University of Glasgow), pomponius, nouius/neuius and the fragments of Atellane comedy; respondent: Maria Jennifer Falcone (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano). LINK

III. CICERONIANA

1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

– Albrecht, Michael von, Augurat und Auspicium bei Cicero, in Gianpaolo Urso (a cura di), Sacerdos. Figure del sacro nella società romana. Atti del convegno internazionale (Cividale del Friuli, 26-28 settembre 2012), Pisa, ETS, 2014, 151-166. LINK

– Borgo, Antonella, Tra storia e retorica: il contrasto tra Cicerone-Antonio nella settima suasoria di Seneca il Vecchio, in Raffaele Grisolia & Giuseppina Matino (a cura di), Arte della parola e parole della scienza. Tecniche della comunicazione letteraria nel mondo antico, Napoli, D’Auria, 2014, 9-24. LINK

– Dey, Hendrik, rev. of John Nicols, Civic Patronage in the Roman Empire, Leiden, Brill, 2014, “Bryn Mawr Classical Review” 2014.05.15. LINK

– Fotheringham, Lynn S., Persuasive Language in Cicero’s Pro Milone: A close reading and commentary, London, University of London, Institute of Classical Studies, 2013. LINK

– Hanchey, Daniel P., Rhetoric and The Immortal Soul in Tusculan Disputation 1, “Syllecta Classica”, 24, 2013, 77-103. LINK

– Lamarra, Antonio & Verde, Francesco, Conscientia certissima scientia: alle origini di una definizione pseudo-ciceroniana, “Lexicon Philosophicum”, 2, 2014, 289-299. LINK

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

Power Structuralism in Ancient Ontologies Project, 03/06/2014, Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Peter Struck (University of Pennsylvania), Posidonius on Divination [Abstract: This paper will examine Stoic ideas on divination, focusing on Posidonius’ tripartite explanation at the close of Book 1 of Cicero’s De divinatione. I will suggest that this theory is best explained through the application of Stoic ideas on the psychology of action to the Stoic pneuma as a whole]. LINK

Conflict: Causes, Chaos, and Resolutions, the Fifth Interdisciplinary International Postgraduate Conference at the University of Leeds Classics Department, 04/06/2014. Gabriel Evangelou (University of Edinburgh), Cicero’s Disagreements with Atticus as Methods of Persuasion. LINK

– Conference The Power of the Form: political Platonism and the Roman Empire, Gargnano, 5-7 june 2014. M. Schofield (Cambridge), Cicero’s Noble Lie. LINK

Atelier médio-latin, 14 juin 2014, Sorbonne, Paris. Filippo Bognini (Univ. Ca’ Foscari, Venise) : Pluralité de ‘versions’ dans les commentaires médiévaux aux auctores : le cas des glose de Menegaldus à Cicéron, De inventione. LIEN

– Conference From I, Claudius to Private Eyes: the Ancient World and Popular Fiction, Bar Ilan University, Israel, 16-18 June 2014. Katarzyna Marciniak, (University of Warsaw), From Zero to Hero (or Backwards). Cicero’s Afterlife and its Transformations in Popular Fiction after 1945. LINK

[Last updated on June 6th, 2014.]

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