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Events organized by at least one person among us

Journée d’études « Langue et autorité », Lyon, ENS, 23 janvier 2014

Je co-organise, dans le cadre du laboratoire junior ERAMA, une journée d’études consacrée aux rapports entre langue et autorité, dont voici le programme (repris du billet de Claire Vieilleville sur notre carnet hypothèses ; voir aussi notre site internet) :

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Julie Damaggio

Doctorante de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne, prépare une thèse d'édition des fragments d'Aelius Stilo et enseigne dans un collège de l'Isère ; co-rédactrice en chef du carnet Grammaticalia.

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Il latino dei grammatici: aspetti della riflessione linguistica nel mondo romano (Pisa, 7-8 nov. 2013)

Il Dipartimento di Filologia, Letteratura e Linguistica dell’Università di Pisa e il Dottorato regionale in “Scienze dell’antichità e archeologia” organizzano un convegno sul tema Il latino dei grammatici: aspetti della riflessione linguistica nel mondo romano.
Nelle giornate del 7 e 8 novembre 2013, presso la Gipsoteca di Arte Antica della Chiesa di San Paolo all’Orto e presso l’Aula Magna di Palazzo Matteucci, si susseguiranno interventi di linguisti, filologi e storici della grammatica antica che analizzeranno da punti di vista diversi il problema della lingua impiegata e descritta dai testi grammaticali latini.
Questo il programma del convegno:

Il latino dei grammatici: aspetti della riflessione linguistica nel mondo romano

Università di Pisa, 7-8 novembre 2013

Giovedì 7 novembre

Chiesa di San Paolo all’Orto – piazza San Paolo all’Orto, 20
Gipsoteca di Arte Antica

Mattina

9.15
Saluti di apertura
9.30
Frédérique Biville – Polyphonie énonciative chez Priscien
10.10
Giovanna MarottaSyllabae communes. Ambiguità prosodica tra fonologia e metrica nei grammatici latini
10.50
Pausa
11.10
Federico Biddau – Le fonti letterarie di interesse ortografico e il loro valore
11.50
Anna Zago – Lo iotacismo nei grammatici latini

Pomeriggio

15.00
Alessandro Garcea – Gli schemata dianoeas di Carisio: un unicum tra grammatica, retorica e letteratura
15.40
Ernesto Stagni – Carisio e Isidoro interpolato, i capitoli delle figure: novità sulla tradizione manoscritta
16.20
Lorenzo Filipponio – Tra musica e grammatica: lo statuto della fonetica nella trattatistica greco-latina
17.00
Pausa
17.20
Michela Rosellini – Il latino di Prisciano: contenuti didattici e scrittura

Venerdì 8 novembre

Palazzo Matteucci – piazza Torricelli, 2
Aula Magna (I piano)

Mattina

9.30
Anna Chahoud e Wolfgang De Melo – Varro’s Latin and Varro on Latin
10.10
Eleanor Dickey – Dositheus: addressing the needs of Greek speakers?
10.50
Pausa
11.10
Luigi Munzi – Grammatici latini dell’Alto Medioevo: Kontinuität und Wandel
11.50
Maria Chiara Scappaticcio – Tra Hermeneumata e Declinationes verborum: le flessioni verbali greco-latine su papiro

Pomeriggio

15.00
Javier UríaNomen and adverbium: formal and functional aspects of an ancient confusion
15.40
Tommaso Mari – I metaplasmi in Consenzio
16.20
Rolando Ferri – Osservazioni di tipo pragmalinguistico nel Commento di Donato a Terenzio
17.00
Discussione e saluti di chiusura

Per ulteriori informazioni è possibile contattare questo indirizzo.

Pompeius grammaticus – MOM, Lyon, 24 avril 2013

Pompeius_grammaticus_2013-04-24-2Le mercredi 24 avril 2013 se tiendra à la MOM, en salle de visioconférence (4e étage), une journée d’études consacrée au grammairien Pompée.

M. Louis Holtz (IRHT) interviendra le matin (10h30-12h30) et Anna Zago (doctorante de la Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa) présentera ses travaux l’après-midi (14h-16h).

Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée
7 rue Raulin
69007 Lyon

Contacts: alessandro.garcea[at]mom.fr, julie.damaggio[at]gmail.com

Julie Damaggio

Doctorante de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne, prépare une thèse d'édition des fragments d'Aelius Stilo et enseigne dans un collège de l'Isère ; co-rédactrice en chef du carnet Grammaticalia.

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Journée « la figure de l’auteur : autorité et auctorialité » 26 mars 2013

Dans le cadre du laboratoire junior ERAMA (Expressions et Représentations de l’Autorité dans les Mondes Anciens), j’organise avec Gwénaëlle Hubert, Hamidou Richer et Yoann Louis une journée consacrée à la figure de l’auteur, le 26 mars 2013 entre 10h45 et 17h sur le site Descartes de l’ENS de Lyon.

Lors de cette journée, Anna Zago nous parlera aux alentours de 16h à 14h15 du grammairien qu’elle édite dans le cadre de sa thèse, avec une communication intitulée « Pompée auctor et l’auc­to­ri­tas, ou : la dure vie du com­men­ta­teur ».

La journée se déroulera en salle F101 : tous les détails sur notre site et sur notre carnet de recherches.

 

Julie Damaggio

Doctorante de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne, prépare une thèse d'édition des fragments d'Aelius Stilo et enseigne dans un collège de l'Isère ; co-rédactrice en chef du carnet Grammaticalia.

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Educating the future generation

Educating the Future Generation: Teaching, Learning and Antiquity

A postgraduate conference at University College London,

Greek and Latin Department, Gordon House 106.

13–14 September 2012

Supported by the Faculty Institute of Graduate Studies, Classical Association and the Institute of Classical Studies.

This postgraduate-run, interdisciplinary conference will look at the role of education in antiquity. The transmission of values, knowledge, and skills is inherent in every culture throughout antiquity. The Greco-Roman world, in particular, dealt with this issue from very early on, developing different answers in different forms (e.g. asserting educational values in great epic poetry, theoretical discussions on pedagogic principles, the creation of a didactic genre, and the composition of hand-book and school-book texts). A variety of authors and texts (from Homer to Vergil, from Aristotle to Horace) engaged in and responded to the challenge of educating future generations. Theoretical discussions, as Quintilian attests, and practical works (such as the various Artes Grammaticae or Seneca Rhetor’s Declamationes) were composed especially to meet educational demands. Indeed, the concept of paideia and the institutions of Greco-Roman education often influenced and shaped the reception of ancient texts, contributing to the selection of the works we still read today: in other words, ancient education also played an important part in the training of the Western cultural élite from at least the age of the Renaissance.

This conference aims to explore different aspects of teaching and learning in the Greco-Roman world and to examine the multiple strategies practised in the education of future generations. The conference also hopes to analyse how education shaped the reception of classical texts in Antiquity and beyond, and how the ancient notions and practices of education were understood, portrayed, and received in post-Classical eras.

Thursday 13 September

9.30- 10.30: Registration and welcome.

PANEL 1: Grammarians

10.30-12.00

Julie Damaggio (Lyon 2): Beginning of teaching grammar in Ancient Rome

Jason O’Rorke (NUIG): Coming to terms with Priscian: the instruction of advanced grammatical terminology in the Institutiones Grammaticae.

Anna Zago (SNS): Quasi coram discipulis: Pompeius comments Donatus

PANEL 2: Commentaries

12.00-1.30

Antony Makrinos (UCL): Paraphrases and Homeric education in Byzantium: in search of Demosthenes Thrax.

Giulieta Cardigni (Buenos Aires): Didactic Features and Roman Identity in Macrobius’ Commentarii in Somnium Scipionis”

Frances Foster (KCL): Educating the Elite in Late Antiquity 

 

1.30-2.30 LUNCH

PANEL 3: Papyri and the reconstruction of teaching practices

2.30-4.00

Valentina Millozzi (Urbino): ‘A teacher’s hand-book from the Hellenistic Egypt (P.Cairo JE 62422): pedagogy and teaching practise.’

Maria Chiara Scappaticcio (Liége): ‘Fragmentary artes grammaticae – Latin grammatical texts on papyrus and the teaching of the language: towards a corpus’

Mark Winfield (KCL): ‘A business education in Ptolemaic Egypt or there is no Harvard on the Nile’

4.00-4.30 BREAK

Keynote Lecture:

4.30-6.00  Professor Eleanor Dickey

‘Naked from the knees up: what the colloquia of the Hermeneumata Pseudodositheana tell us (and do not tell us) about language learning in antiquity’

 

Friday 14 September

Panel 4: Reception of classical education

9.30-11.00

Erica Baricci (Siena): ‘Reshit haLeqach or “the Hebrew Donatus”: Jewish reception of the Latin grammar manual’

Sabrina Colabella (Roma Tre): ‘Homo sum – About teaching Latin and Ancient Greek in upper school’

Marco Ricucci (Udine): ‘Dum docet discunt: Ørberg’s methodology at limelight of Stephen Krashen’s Theories’ 

11.00-11.30 BREAK

 

PANEL 5: Philosophy

11.30-1.00

Maria Giannaki (Paris): ‘The model of Aristotelian philosophy for education, comparison with the platonic philosophy’

Emanuele Pezzani (KCL): ‘Aristotle on music’

Barbara del Giovane (Firenze): ‘Haec nobis praecipere Attalum memini. Seneca’s Masters, between diatribe morality and rhetoric’

1.00-2.00 LUNCH

PANEL 6: Education in Literature

2.00-3.30

Gillian Granville Bentley (KCL): ‘Sex Education and Longus’ Daphnis and Chloe’

Beth Hartley (Exeter): ‘Ptolemy Chennus’ Novel Research for Scholarship’

Anna Lefteratou (Göttingen): ‘Nonnius’ on India: between pagan and Christian education’

PANEL 7: Literary Canons between theory and practice

3.30-5.00

Theodora Hadjmichael (UCL): ‘Greek Literary Canons and Education: the case of the nine lyric poets’

Beatrice da Vela (UCL): Terence school-reception: a case study for Latin Literary Canon.’

Gabriela Ryser (Göttingen):  ‘Pieriis pollet studiis: Claudian’s Education between Literary Culture and Religion’


5.00-5.45: Conclusions and final discussion.

 

A collection of the abstracts can be found at the conference’s blog: http://educatingthefuture2012.wordpress.com/

To register follow this link or contact the organizers: Beatrice da Vela