SIAC Newsletter 101 (4/2016)

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.

I. ACTIVITES DE LA SIAC / ATTIVITÀ DELLA SIAC / SIAC ACTIVITIES

1 – NOUVEAUX MEMBRES / NUOVI SOCI / NEW MEMBERS

– Gregor Vogt-Spira – Membre scientifique – Marburg – Deutschland

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

– M. le prof. John Ramsey de Chicago vient de faire deux découvertes importantes sur la chronologie du I siècle av.J.C. et notamment sur les mois intercalaires des années 59-58 et 55-54. Cela touche aussi la chronologie cicéronienne et le collègue, qui utilise depuis longtemps les Ephemerides Tullianae en ligne (http://www.tulliana.eu/ephemerides/home.htm), a proposé à la fin de 2015 de partager ses découvertes avec la SIAC. Ses ajouts se trouvent maintenant dans le site et vous pouvez les lire ici: http://www.tulliana.eu/ephemerides/calendario/cal070agiuliano.htm. Nous remercions M. Ramsey pour son amitié et son intérêt envers la SIAC et les Ephemerides Tullianae

II. CICERONIANA

1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

Degl’Innocenti Pierini, Rita, «Confragosum hoc iter», la via accidentata: l’Epistola 107 di Seneca e la Consolatio ciceroniana, “Latinitas”, NS 3, 2, 2015, 33-54. LINK

Fezzi, Luca, Il corrotto. Un’inchiesta di Marco Tullio Cicerone, Roma & Bari, Laterza, 2016. LINK

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

Newcastle Classics and Ancient History Seminars, Newcastle, 9th March 2016. Katherine East (Newcastle), Cicero’s De Divinatione in Early Enlightenment England. LINK

– Tredicesima Giornata di Studi Aspetti della Fortuna dell’Antico nella Cultura Europea, Sestri Levante, 11 marzo 2016. Paolo de Paolis (Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale – Presidente CUSL), Il ruolo di Cicerone nella formazione scolastica antica: una riflessione preliminare. LINK

– The Classical Association of the Middle West and South, 112th CAMWS Meeting, Williamsburg (VA), March 16-19, 2016. Sarah C. Keith (University of New Mexico), Conspiracy at the Door: Paraclausithyron in Cicero’s First Catilinarian; Joseph A. DiLuzio (Baylor University), The “First Triumvirate” at Home and Abroad in Cicero’s Pro Flacco 13-18; Aine McVey (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), The Power of Prayer Compels You: Cicero’s Rhetorical Use of Prayer in the Post Reditum ad Populum Speech; Andrew J. Buchheim (University of Missouri, Columbia), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Baths: Cicero’s Use of the Senian Baths in the Pro Caelio; Christopher Craig (University of Tennessee), Ex ipsis visceribus causae: The Exordium of Cicero’s De Provinciis Consularibus; Robert K. Morley (University of Iowa), Cicero Gubernator: The Ship of State in Cicero’s Letters; Jonathan Zarecki (University of North Carolina at Greensboro), Age Ain’t Nuthin’ But A Number Except When It Isn’t: Cicero and the Problem of Youth in the Philippics; Nathan M. Kish (University of California, Los Angeles), Cicero as Schoolmaster: Declamation and the Criticism of Oratory in the Second Philippic; Jane Crawford (University of Virginia), The Bobbio’s Scholiast’ Sources for his Commentary on Cicero’s Speeches; Ursula M. Poole (Columbia University), A Captive Temptress: Classical Rhetoric in the Early Christian Tradition; Spencer Cole (University of Minnesota), Mapping the Afterlife: The Reception of Cicero in Aeneid 6; Christopher B. Polt (Boston College), Ποιητὴς ὀλιγοποιός: Animal Song and Metapoetry in Cicero’s Prognostica; Caitlin Diddams (University at Buffalo), Echoes of Cicero: A Digital Approach to Augustine’s Presentation of Pauline Diction; Kara Kopchinski (Baylor University), Benevolentia vs. Patronage: Cicero’s Redefinition of Friendship in the De Amicitia; Dan Hanchey (Baylor University), Cicero, Lucretius, and the Divinity of Invention; Timothy A. Knoepke (Florida State University), The Legacy of Defeat: The Historical Reception of C. Flaminius, Cn Cornelius Scipio, and P. Cornelius Scipio in the Works of Cicero; Hannah Culik-Baird (University of Southern California), Stoicism in the Stars: Cicero’s Aratea in the De Natura Deorum; Kyle G. Grothoff (Indiana University), Astrologers avant la lettre: Cicero’s Use of astrologus. LINK

– Symposium Oratory and Rhetoric from the ancient to the early modern world, London, 23 March 2016. Gesine Manuwald (UCL), ‘that talker, Cicero’: the orator Cicero as a figure in early modern drama. LINK

Philologia philosophica Herbipolensis IV: “Romann Epicureans – Epicureanism and Romans”, Conference and seminar course, Würzburg, 21-25 March 2016. N. Gilbert, Atticus’ Epicureanism and Cicero (Lecture); N. Gilbert, Cicero’s philosophical jousting with Cassius (Seminar). LINK

Festival Européen Latin Grec (10ème édition), Lyon, 24-26 mars 2016. Déclamation du Premier discours contre Catilina : cent jeunes latinistes prêtent leur voix à Cicéron. LIEN

III. ACTIVITES DES MEMBRES / ATTIVITÀ DEI MEMBRI / MEMBERS’ ACTIVITIES

1 – PUBLICATIONS / PUBBLICAZIONI / PUBLICATIONS

Casamento, Alfredo, Il padre che dovrei essere, il padre che vorrei. Dalle declamazioni di Seneca Padre alla tragedia senecana, in Rémy Poignault & Catherine Schneider (ed.), Présence de la déclamation antique (controverses et suasoires), Clermont-Ferrand, Le Centre de recherches André Piganiol – Présence de l’Antiquité, 2015. LIEN

Ferrary, Jean-Louis & John Scheid (a cura di), Il princeps romano: autocrate o magistrato? Fattori giuridici e fattori sociali del potere imperiale da Augusto a Commodo, Pavia, Pavia University Press, 2015. LINK

Malaspina, Ermanno, rec. di Alessandro Garcea (ed.), Caesar’s De analogia, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012, “Rhetorica”, 33, 3, 2015, 324-327. LINK

Moretti, Gabriella, Il sapere sullo stomaco e la dottrina rigettata. Avventure letterarie di un motivo satirico, “Maia”, 67, 3, 2015. LINK

Rocca, Silvana, Il latino per l’educazione linguistica di domani: la certificazione linguistica CUSL, “Latinitas”, NS 3, 2, 2015, 121-128. LINK

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

– Accademia Ambrosiana, Classe di Studi Greci e Latini, Dies Academicus 2016, Milano, 1 marzo 2016. Chiara Torre, Ovidio e le arti figurative: questioni metodologiche e appunti di lettura. LINK

Xenia. Classici contro 2016, Mirano, 1 marzo 2016. Stefano Maso (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia), Filosofia antica della diversità e dell’ospitalità. LINK

Postgraduate Research Seminar, Warwick, 16th March, 2016. Simone Mollea, Humanitas between Rome and Greece? LINK

[Last updated on February 12th, 2016.]

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