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Apollonius et Priscien : transmission, traduction, tradition. Histoire d'une réception

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Apollonius et Priscien : transmission, traduction, tradition. Histoire d'une réception

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Date limite : 20.11.2018

 

L'œuvre du grammairien alexandrin du deuxième siècle auquel la tradition donne le nom pittoresque d'Apollonius Dyscole (« le bilieux ») est reconnue depuis l'Antiquité comme majeure dans l'histoire de la tradition occidentale, sans doute parce qu'il se situe au confluent d'un courant philosophique de réflexion sur le langage illustré par Platon, mais surtout Aristote et les Stoïciens, ces derniers ayant poussé particulièrement loin l'analyse des différentes composantes du langage ; d'un courant rhétorique représenté par les « sophistes » mais aussi par Aristote et des rhéteurs comme Denys d'Halicarnasse (1er siècle) ; et enfin d'un courant philologique particulièrement puissant à Alexandrie, où une école rationaliste a combiné analyse grammaticale et analyse littéraire pour contribuer à l'établissement de textes de référence pour les grands auteurs de la littérature grecque. Le plus célèbre grammairien de cette école fut certainement Aristarque (début du 3e siècle avant notre ère). Apollonius ne part donc pas de rien, mais il a très probablement été le véritable inventeur de ce qu'il a appelé la suntaxis, un concept qui correspond au processus de construction et d'assemblage des unités linguistiques qu'il applique plus particulièrement au niveau de l'énoncé (logos).

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Eleventh Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament

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Eleventh Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament

Birmingham, 4-6 March 2019

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Date limite : 1er décembre 2018

 

The next Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament will be held in Birmingham from Monday 4th to Wednesday 6th March 2019.
Proposals are invited for papers on the subject of New Testament textual criticism. In this colloquium, we intend to focus on matters relating to versional evidence (Latin, Syriac, Coptic, Gothic, Georgian, Ethiopic etc.) and other indirect sources (e.g. biblical quotations). The standard length of a paper will be 25 minutes.
Proposals should be submitted to H.A.G.Houghton[at]bham.ac.uk by 1st December 2018 at the latest. A programme will be released subsequently, along with a booking form. As in previous years, accommodation has been reserved at Woodbrooke Study Centre.
Further information about the Birmingham Colloquium may be found at www.birmingham.ac.uk/colloquium


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Cadmo. Revista de História Antiga – Journal For Ancient History

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Cadmo. Revista de História Antiga – Journal For Ancient History

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Date limite : December 31, 2018

 

Cadmo – Journal for Ancient History publishes original and peer-reviewed studies and findings, as well as relevant “state of the art” review essays, on Ancient History and the study of Ancient cultures. It aims to promote debate and discussion on a wide variety of subjects and welcomes contributions related to the Ancient Near-Eastern World (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia, Syro-Palestine area and Anatolia) and to the Classical World (Greece, Rome and the Ancient Mediterranean, including Late Antiquity). Studies on the reception of Antiquity and its cultural productions, historiography of the Ancient World, as well as submissions focusing on other Ancient societies (such as the Indian, Asian or Mesoamerican cultures) are also accepted. This journal does not consider the concept of Antiquity to be a notion restricted to western civilisation and its heritage, but an essential historiographic construct for our understanding of Global History. Reviews of recently published on the aforementioned subjects are also published​.

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Thamyris, n. s. nº 9 (2018)

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CALL FOR PAPERS: JOURNAL Thamyris, n. s. nº 9 (2018)

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Date limite : 30 ottobre 2018

 

CALL FOR PAPERS: JOURNAL Thamyris, n. s. nº 9 (2018)
Dear colleagues: journal Thamyris, nova series, is a publication that deals with the Teaching of Classical Culture, Ancient Greek and Latin (ISSN: 2254-1799, URL: http://www.thamyris.uma.es/) and is edited by the Delegación de Málaga de la Sociedad Española de Estudios Clásicos (Delegation of the Spanish Society for Classical Studies in Málaga) in collaboration with the departments of Ancient Greek and Latin at the University of Málaga. Thamyris is going to devote its next volume, nº9 (2018), to the creation of a monograph that will contain pieces of work about teaching innovations in the fields of Ancient Greek and Latin. In addition, this monograph will comprehend some papers and communications given at the I Encuentro de Innovación Didáctica en Latín y Griego (I Teaching of Latin and Ancient Greek Meeting) that will be celebrated in Málaga on 17th November 2018. It will be organised by the Departments of Ancient Greek and Latin at the University of Málaga in collaboration with the SEEC delegation of Málaga and the association Culturaclásica.com.

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Cicero – Studies on Roman Thought and Its Reception

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Cicero – Studies on Roman Thought and Its Reception
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Cicero – Studies on Roman Thought and Its Reception
Call for Manuscripts

Cicero – Studies on Roman Thought and Its Reception (ISSN 2567-0158) features monographs, edited volumes, text editions, and commentaries in all areas of Roman philosophy, history, rhetoric, politics, law, culture, and their reception, including patristics and Christian philosophy.
This thematically wide-ranging and interdisciplinary series was named after Marcus Tullius Cicero, who was not only a politician but also an influential orator and philosopher.
The peer-reviewed series is published and sponsored by the Patrum Lumen Sustine foundation in Basel under the scholarly direction of the Société Internationale des Amis de Cicéron (SIAC, Paris, www.tulliana.eu).

https://www.degruyter.com/dg/newsitem/279/neue-open-accessprojekte-in-den-altertumswissenschaften-fr-de-gruyter-

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