Writing Literary History in the Greek and Roman World
A conference co-organised by Dr Giacomo Fedeli (TCD) and Dr Henry Spelman (University of Cambridge).
This conference will gather a diverse group of experts to examine the concept and practice of literary history in the Greco-Roman world. By focusing on a wide range of texts and authors, we aim to shed new light on a number of far-reaching questions: in what forms did the Greeks’ and Romans’ interest in their literary past first emerge? How did these evolve in response to cultural, historical, and socio-political change?
Mario Citroni (SNS Pisa)
Martine Cuypers (Trinity College Dublin)
Casper de Jonge (Leiden University)
Giacomo Fedeli (Trinity College Dublin)
Monica Gale (Trinity College Dublin)
Sander Goldberg (UCLA)
Richard Hunter (University of Cambridge)
Joseph McAlhany (University of Connecticut)
Andrea Rotstein (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Stefan Schorn (KU Leuven)
Henry Spelman (University of Cambridge)
Diana Spencer (University of Birmingham)
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