SIAC Newsletter 81 (9/2015)

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

García-Hernández, Benjamín, Cusculium (Plin. XVI 32), coscus (Chiron 237) y coccolubis (Colum. III 2.19), sustrato mediterráneo y formas latinas, “Emerita”, 82, 2, 2014, 273-289. LINK

Rocca, Silvana (a cura di), Latina Didaxis XXIX. La traduzione come competenza disciplinare: il ruolo del latino. Atti del Convegno, 10-11 aprile 2014, Milano, Ledizioni, 2014. Rosanna Marino, La traduzione come competenza per un ‘sapere utile’. Il latino e il diritto: tradurre Cicerone tra concussione e leggi “ad personam”. LINK

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

– Tavola rotonda Il Liceo classico: opportunità e prospettive, Varese, 28 aprile 2015. Interventi di C. Merletti, A. Balbo, C. Boracchi, M. Graglia, A. Scotto Di Luzio, S. Consolo. LINK

– Seminario di Filologia e Letteratura Classica a Bologna (FLCB), Bologna, 5 maggio 2015. Marcos Martinho (Saõ Paulo), Temi dell’epistolografia oraziana. LINK

– Giornate di studio Il Latino a Bisanzio / Latin in Byzantium ca. 400-800 AD, Roma, 6-7 maggio 2015. Alessandro Garcea (Université Paris IV Sorbonne), La lingua latina a Bisanzio: per uno status quaestionis. LINK

– XXXV Certamen Ciceronianum Arpinas, VII Simposio Ciceroniano Cicerone nella cultura antica, Arpino, 8 maggio 2015. Paolo De Paolis (Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale), Introduzione; Maria Luisa Delvigo (Università di Udine), Questioni di affari. Modalità epistolari in Cicerone e Seneca; Fabio Gasti (Università di Pavia), Aspetti della presenza di Cicerone in età tardoantica; Caterina Mordeglia (Università di Trento), I Sinonimi di Cicerone. Storia di una falsa attribuzione. LINK

A Workshop on Cleanthes, Vienna, 29 May 2015. Jula Wildberger (American University of Paris), Cleanthes’ Poetry and Poetics. LINK

II. CICERONIANA

1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

– Grillo, Luca (ed.), Cicero, De Provinciis Consularibus, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. LINK

– Hanchey, Daniel P., Conflicting Models of Exchange in Cicero’s Brutus, “Latomus”, 74, 1, 2015, 112-129. LIEN

– Keeline, Tom, rev. of Lynn S. Fotheringham, Persuasive Language in Cicero’s ‘Pro Milone’: A Close Reading and Commentary, London, Institute for Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 2013, “Bryn Mawr Classical Review”, 2015.02.21. LINK

– Klinger-Dollé Laure, compte rendu de A.-H. Hermand-Schebat, Pétrarque épistolier et Cicéron. Étude d’une filiation, “Anabases”, 20, 2014. LINK

– Lapini, Walter, Cicerone, Tusculane, V, 94 e il fr. 62 Us. di Epicuro, “Eirene”, 50, 2014, 114-129. LINK.

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

– KYKNOS. Swansea and Lampeter Centre for Research on the Narrative Literatures of the Ancient World, Research Seminar, 24 April 2015, Swansea University. Lynne Fotheringham (University of Nottingham), The Lives of Cicero: aspects of 19th-century biography. LINK

– International conference Afterlife of Cicero, London, 7-8 May 2015. Catherine Keen (University College London), A Florentine Tullio: Dual authorship and the politics of translation in Brunetto Latini’s Rettorica; Laura Refe (University of Venice), The Afterlife of Cicero on Petrarch: the Petrarchan Marginalia to the ms. 552-2 of the Médiathèque du Grand Troyes; Carole Mabboux (Savoie University), Cicero as a Communal Civic Model (Italian Cities of the 13th and 14th Centuries; Virginia Cox (New York University), Cicero at Court: Martino Filetico’s Iocundissimae Disputationes; Luke Houghton (University of Reading), Visibile parlare? Picturing Cicero in the Italian Renaissance; Nina Dubin (CASVA, Washington), Cicero, Moitte, Janinet: The Catiline Conspiracy and the ‘Papered Century’; Martin McLaughlin (University of Oxford), “Renascens ad superos Cicero”: Ciceronianism and anti-Ciceronianism in the Italian Renaissance; David Marsh (Rutgers University), Cicero’s Caesarian Orations in Early Modern Europe; Matthew Fox (University of Glasgow), “Dignissima sunt ista, quae ab omnibus Ciceronis obtrectatoribus legantur”: Cicero controversy in the late 18th Century; Katherine East (Royal Holloway London), How to Read Ciceronian Scepticism: Strategic Scholarship in the Religious Discourse of Early Enlightenment England; Andrew Laird (University of Warwick), Orator, sage and patriot: Cicero in colonial Spanish America and Brazil; Lynn Fotheringham (University of Nottingham), The Lives of Cicero: Aspects of 19th-century Biography. LINK

– International Conference Classical Association of Canada/Société canadienne des Études classiques 2015, Toronto, 20-21 May 2015. Melanie Racette-Campbell, Cicero’s Post Exile. Recovery of Masculinity. LINK

– International conference Singles and the Single Life in the Roman and Later Roman Worlds, Rome, May 28-30, 2015. Harri Kiiskinen, Living “Single” by Catullus and Cicero. LINK

Miriam Griffin Colloquium, 30th May 2015, Oxford. Malcolm Schofield (Cambridge), Cicero on acquiring political clout.

[Last updated on April 24, 2015.]

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