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Two positions of postdoctoral researchers in the University of Warsaw

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Two positions of postdoctoral researchers in the University of Warsaw

 

The Dean of the Faculty of History, University of Warsaw, invites applications for two positions of postdoctoral researchers in the field of ancient studies (including history, archaeology, classics, oriental studies, history of philosophy, law, and theology).

The selected candidates will run their projects during 12 months at the Centre for Research on Ancient Civilizations (CRAC), which brings together historians, classicists, archaeologists, orientalists, and Roman jurists from the University of Warsaw. The deadline for applications is 30 October 2021.

 

Source : Centre for Research on Ancient Civilizations, University of Warsaw

 

Lecture et critique des manuscrits latins

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Lecture et critique des manuscrits latins

Séminaire d'initiation

Date de début : 28 septembre 2021


Le séminaire est ouvert à tous ceux qui ont la curiosité (ou la nécessité) de se reporter aux manuscrits qui nous ont transmis les œuvres de l'Antiquité et du Moyen Âge ; il ne suppose aucune connaissance préalable, si ce n'est une certaine familiarité avec la langue latine ; outre la formation de base nécessaire à l'édition des textes anciens (paléographie, codicologie, ecdotique, histoire des textes), le séminaire inclura (si les conditions sanitaires le permettent) des visites de bibliothèques et des conférences faites par des intervenants extérieurs.

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Vacancy at UGent: fully-funded PhD Fellowship

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Vacancy at UGent: fully-funded PhD Fellowship

 

Dear colleagues,

The Novel Saints: Ancient Fiction and Hagiography Research Centre at Ghent University (Belgium) is seeking well-qualified applicants for a full-time doctoral research fellowship on The Holy Romance. Characterization and concepts of fiction in Italo-Greek hagiography. The project is funded by the Flemish Research Foundation (F.W.O.-Vlaanderen) and will be supervised by Prof Koen De Temmerman and Dr Julie Van Pelt.

The successful applicant will examine literary and rhetorical constructions of character and concepts of narrative and fiction in Lives, martyr acts, and encomia written in Greek between the 5th and the 13th centuries and describing the lives of Christian saints and martyrs of Sicily and Southern Italy.

The successful applicant will start employment no later than 1st October 2022. In order to be eligible, candidates must have obtained their MA degree at the time of application or demonstrate that they will have that degree in hand by the start of their doctoral fellowship.

Further information about how to apply can be found at https://www.novelsaints.ugent.be/news/vacancy-fully-funded-phd-fellowship-4-years-ghent-university-belgium.

Best wishes,

Koen De Temmerman and Julie Van Pelt

 

Source : Novel Saints website

 

TALANTA: Call for Articles

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TALANTA: Call for Articles

 

As of January 2021 TALANTA, the Journal of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society (http://www.talanta.nl/) has a new team of editors and invites submissions to the journal.

After decades of service for TALANTA the editors J.P. Stronk and M.D. de Weerd have stepped down. Three new editors will take over: Diederik Burgersdijk, Lecturer at University College Utrecht; Milinda Hoo, Assistant Professor at the University of Freiburg; and Pieter Houten, Research Associate at the University of Hamburg.

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Tabula Gratulatoria in Honour of Dirk Sacré

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Tabula Gratulatoria in Honour of Dirk Sacré

 

Dulces ante omnia Musae. Essays on Neo-Latin Poetry in Honour of Dirk Sacré. Edited by Jeanine De Landtsheer, Fabio Della Schiava & Toon Van Houdt.

The very first collection of articles ever to be published about the fascinating phenomenon of Neo-Latin verse composition from its very beginning in Italian Renaissance humanism until its modest but important revival in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries - and even beyond.

The editors have attracted both young and promising scholars and internationally recognized authorities to write specific case studies which will shed light on the rich diversity of scholarly approaches currently prevailing in the field of Neo-Latin poetical studies, as well as highlight both continuities and discontinuities in the writing and publishing of Latin verses from the fifteenth until the twenty-first centuries.
This volume is dedicated to Dirk Sacré, professor emeritus of Neo-Latin at the KU Leuven who, apart from writing numerous articles on Neo-Latin poets from Italy and the Low Countries in early modern times, has contributed more than anyone else in exploring the vast territory, until recently largely neglected and uncharted, of modern and late modern Latin verse compositions.

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