SIAC Newsletter 83 (11/2015)

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

– Altman, William H. F. (ed.), Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Cicero, Leiden, Brill, 2015: William H. F. Altman, Introduction; Martin McLaughlin, Petrarch and Cicero: Adulation and Critical Distance; Kathy Eden, Cicero’s Portion of Montaigne’s Acclaim; Gábor Kendeffy, Lactantius as Christian Cicero, Cicero as Shadow-like Instructor; Robert G. Ingram, Conyers Middleton’s Cicero: Enlightenment, Scholarship, and Polemic; Carl J. Richard, Cicero and the American Founders; Alex Dressler, Cicero’s Quarrels: Reception and Modernity from Horace to Tacitus; Paul Allen Miller, Cicero Reads Derrida Reading Cicero: A Politics and a Friendship to Come; Carlos Lévy, Ancient Texts, Contemporary Stakes: J. Carcopino as Reader of Cicero’s Letters; William H. F. Altman, Cicero and the Fourth Triumvirate: Gruen, Syme, and Strasburger; Elisabeth Begemann, Damaged Go(o)ds: Cicero’s Theological Triad in the Wake of German Historicism; Caroline Bishop, Roman Plato or Roman Demosthenes? The Bifurcation of Cicero in Ancient Scholarship; John O. Ward, What the Middle Ages Missed of Cicero, and Why; Matthew Sharpe, Cicero, Voltaire, and the Philosophes in the French Enlightenment; JoAnn DellaNeva, Following Their Own Genius: Debates on Ciceronianism in 16th-Century Italy. LINK

Berno, Francesca Romana, rec. di G. Zago, Sapienza filosofica e cultura materiale. Posidonio e le altre fonti dell’Epistola 90 di Seneca, “Aevum”, 89, 1, 2015, 169. LINK

Borgna, Alice, Citare per alludere. Gli incipit ciceroniani nelle Familiares di Petrarca, “Petrarchesca”, 3, 2015, 161-168. LINK

Borgna, Alice, Quando la storia è noiosa. Giustino e lo strano caso delle morti in stock, in Anna Busetto, Sebastiano C. Loukas (a cura di), Ricerche a confronto. Dialoghi di Antichità Classiche e del Vicino Oriente (Bologna-Roma-Torino, 2012), Zermeghedo (VI), Edizioni Saecula, 2015, 279-294. LINK

Del Core, Vincenzo, Elementi di linguaggio giuridico nella Fam. IX 8, tra uso tecnico e connessioni intertestuali, “Petrarchesca”, 3, 2015, 175-178. LINK

García-Hernández, Benjamín, La transformación y creación de enunciados proverbiales en textos plautinos y cartesianos, “De lingua latina”, 11, 2015, online. LIEN

Görler, Woldemar, Ciceros Religion – Polytheismus oder Monotheismus?, in Christoph Kugelmeier (Hrsg.), Translatio humanitatis. Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Peter Riemer, St. Ingbert, Röhrig Universitätsverlag, 2015, 405-427. LINK

Guérin, Charles, La Voix de la vérité. Témoin et témoignage dans les tribunaux romains du Ier siècle avant J.-C., Paris, Les Belles Lettres, 2015. LIEN

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

– XLVIIIème Congrès de l’APLAES/Université de Franche-Comté, Besançon, 29 mai 2015, Journée scientifique, “Manuscrits et aventures d’éditeurs”. Jean-Louis Ferrary, Jean Matal et les manuscrits d’arpenteurs romains. LIEN

– Conference Liberty: an Ancient Idea for the Contemporary World, University College London, 5 and 6 June 2015, organised by Valentina Arena. Isabelle Cogitore (Université Stendhal – Grenoble 3), Changes of Political Liberty between the End of the Republic and the beginning of Principate; Jed Atkins (Duke University), Citizens’ Rights and the Libera Res Publica. LINK

18e Colloque international de linguistique latine, Toulouse, 8-13 juin 2015. R. Toledo, Condicionales de acto de habla en dos obras de Cicerón: In Verrem y ad Atticum ; A. Mäkilähde et V. Rissanen, A pragmaphilological approach to code-switching in Cicero’s letters ; E. Dupraz, Ille introducteur de citation chez Cicéron ; B. García-Hernández, Lexicalización y gramaticalización. Los indefinidos latinos como bases léxicas ; A. A. Raschieri, Les œuvres rhétoriques en latin au premier siècle av. J.-C. Essai d’analyse lexicale. LIEN

– Colloque La philosophie des non-philosophes dans l’Empire gréco-romain (Ier-IIIe s.), 18-19 juin 2015, Université Stendhal-Grenoble III. Carlos Lévy (Univ. de Paris-Sorbonne), Philon, la philosophie et les philosophes ; Ermanno Malaspina (Univ. de Turin), Pline le Jeune et la philosophie ; Alessandro Garcea (Univ. de Paris-Sorbonne), Nec ignara philosophiae (Quint., Inst., 1,4,4) : l’évolution de la grammaire au miroir des Nuits attiques d’Aulu-Gelle ; Mélanie Lucciano (Univ. de Bourgogne), La métaphore de la cire: réutilisation d’un motif platonicien (Theet., 191-195) à Rome ; Andrea Balbo (Univ. de Turin), Traces of philosophy in Calpurnius Flaccus. LIEN

– Séminaire Alter et ipse (2014-2015), Montpellier, 23 juin 2015. Charles Guérin (UPEC), Le tribunal romain comme espace de confrontation à autrui : interrogatoire, dialogue et altercations. LIEN

II. CICERONIANA

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

– Parco Archeologico e Paesaggistico Valle dei Templi, Notte ad Agrigentum, Agrigento, 16 maggio 2015. Lectio magistralis di Antonella Burgio, Dalla parte degli Agrigentini: Cicerone ad Agrigentum; monologo di Enzo Gambino, Al ladro! Al ladro! Il furto della statua del tempio di Ercole (dalle Verrine di Cicerone). LINK

– International Conference Classical Association of Canada/Société canadienne des Études classiques 2015, Toronto, 20-21 May 2015. James Kruck, Stoic Authority in the Library of Lucullus: Cicero and Cato in De Finibus 324 [sic]; Melanie Racette-Campbell (Concordia University), Cicero’s Post Exile Recovery of Masculinity. LINK

– King’s College London Postgraduate Classics Conference 2015, Looking Back, Looking Forward: Ancient Perspectives on the Past and the Future, London, 2-3 June 2015. Nina Montgomery (Oxford), Framing Cicero’s Exile through the Letters of Ad Atticum 3. LINK

– Giornata di studi In amicitia per Renato Badalì. Viterbo, 8 giugno 2015. Lorenzo Chiarinelli (Vescovo Emerito), Per Amicizia: tra Cicerone e Aelredo di Rievaulx.

Revisiting Vergil and Roman Religion. A symposium sponsored by the Vergilian Society of America at the Villa Vergiliana in Cuma, Italy, June 24–26, 2015. Spencer Cole (University of Minnesota), Mapping the Posthumous Path: Vergil, Cicero, and the Afterlife. LINK

– Conference Representing Self-Transformation and Conversion in Literature of the Roman World, London, 29th/30th June 2015. Alex Dressler, The Aesthetic Basis of Conversion from Cicero to Paulinus of Nola.

[Last updated on May 22, 2015.]

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