SIAC Newsletter 76 (4/2015)

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

Aubert-Baillot, Sophie, Un cas particulier de franc-parler (παρρησία): le parler droit (εὐθυρρημοσύνη) des Stoïciens, “Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric”, 33, 1, 2015, 71-96. LINK

Luciani, Sabine, rev. of Juliette Dross, Voir la philosophie. Les représentations de la philosophie à Rome. Rhétorique et philosophie de Cicéron à Marc Aurèle, Paris, Les Belles Lettres, 2010, “Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric”, 33, 1, 2015, 100-103. LINK

– Nuti, Erica & Brandone, Giorgio & Cerrato, Tiziana (a cura di), Didattica delle lingue classiche. Atti del convegno (Torino, 2 aprile 2014), Torino, Liceo Classico “Massimo D’Azeglio, 2014: Andrea Balbo, La didattica delle lingue classiche in Piemonte nelle riflessioni di Germano Proverbio e Italo Lana (17-28); Ermanno Malaspina, Insegnare letteratura latina alle superiori ieri e oggi (29-46); Carmen Arcidiacono, Lessico e civiltà: una proposta di approccio didattico (65-80); Andrea Balbo, Una multimedialità sostenibile? Le risorse Petrini per le lingue classiche (105-116). LINK

Trevizam, Matheus, Relatos da peste em Virgílio, Geórgicas III, e Lucrécio, De Rerum Natura VI, “Humanitas”, 66, 2014, 167-188. LINK

Trevizam, Matheus, rec. a Tereza Virgínia Ribeiro Barbosa, Andreza Caetano, Paulo Corrêa, Piero Bagnariol, “Ilíada” de Homero: tradução em quadrinhos, “Humanitas”, 66, 2014, 449-451. LINK

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

– Seminario di Filologia e Letteratura Classica a Bologna (FLCB), Bologna, 5 marzo 2015. Paolo de Paolis (Cassino), Il latino dialetto greco? Tra linguistica e politica in epoca augustea e oltre. 6 marzo 2014. Paolo de Paolis (Cassino), Le croci di un editore: alcuni problemi di critica testuale nel De orthographia dello Pseudo Capro. LINK

– Dodicesima Giornata di Studi Aspetti della Fortuna dell’Antico nella Cultura Europea, Sestri Levante, 13 marzo 2015. Francesca Romana Berno (Sapienza – Università di Roma), Seneca contro Cartesio? Appunti sulla ricezione senecana nel XVII secolo. LINK

– Postgraduate conference Limes: spazio di divisione e di contatto. Profili dell’epoca tardoantica, Parma, 26-27 marzo 2015. Vincenzo Del Core, Limes e barbari nella panegiristica latina. LINK

II. CICERONIANA

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

Canadian Institute in Greece’s Biannual Student Conference (CIG 2015) “Reproduction and Repurposing in Antiquity”, University of Windsor (Ontario, Canada), 6-7 February 2015. Caitlin Diddams & James Gawley (University at Buffalo SUNY), Quasi Anhelans: Orality and Intertextuality between Cicero De Oratore 3.41 and Augustine De Doctrina Christiana 4.13. LINK

Imagines: Εικόνες στη Λατινική Γραμματεία. Συνέδριο Λατινικής Φιλολογίας, Πανεπιστήμιο Κύπρου, Λευκωσία 6-7 Φεβρουαρίου 2015. Ioannis Deligiannis, Χωροχρονικές και σκηνικές εικόνες στους διαλόγους του Κικέρωνος De re publica και De legibus. LINK

Classics Research Seminar, University of Edinburgh, 4 March 2015. Raphael Woolf (KCL), Cicero on Rhetoric and Dialectic. LINK

Maynooth Classics Seminar, Maynooth University, 6 March 2015. Kathryn Tempest (University of Roehampton), After the Assassination: Cicero and Brutus. LINK

Ancient World Study Day, University of Reading, 24 March 2015. Effrosyni Zagari, Cicero, De Imperio, Sections 27-45. LINK

– International conference Psychology and the Classics: A Dialogue of Disciplines, Leuven, 24-27/03/2015. L. Grillo (North Carolina CH), Cicero’s multiple uses of irony: between manuals of rhetoric and cognitive sciences. LINK

111th CAMWS (Classical Association of the Middle West and South) Meeting, Boulder, Co, March 25-28, 2015. Aaron L. Beek (University of Minnesota), The Triumphs of Cilicia and Cicero’s Proconsulship; Konstantinos Arampapaslis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Antiquarian Digressions in Cicero’s De Haruspicum responso; Christopher Craig (University of Tennessee), Hyperbole and Persuasion in Cicero’s pro Marcello; Isabel Koster (Lawrence University), Making Guilt Visible: Cicero’s Against Piso and the Language of Curse Tablets; Charles B. Watson (University of Oklahoma), Strategic Ambiguity: Polysemy and Persuasion in Cicero; William P. Smith (University of Florida), Virtus Without Suicide: Cicero, Exile and Public Image; Caroline Bishop (Indiana University), Cicero, Rhetoric, and Republicanism in the Columbian Orator; Matthew W. Ferguson (University of California, Irvine), Lucan, Cicero’s Correspondence, and Pharsalia 7.68-123; Sarah J. Miller (University of Virginia), dicebant, ego negabam: The Nature of Amicitia and Apologia in Cicero’s Fam. 3.8; Jessica Westerhold (University of Tennessee), The Velian Medea: Cicero’s Citation of Ennius’ Medea in Fam. 7.6;5. Carl P.E. Springer (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville), Martin Luther and the Letters of Cicero. LINK

[Last updated on February 13, 2015.]

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