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Titre:
The synthetic passive in later Latin
Quand:
03.02.2014 17.00 h
Où:
Senate House - Londres
Catégorie:
Séminaires, conférences

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The synthetic passive in later Latin: can we really know what happened

Philip Burton (Birmingham)

University of London School of Advanced Study 

INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES 
LATIN LITERATURE SEMINAR 
Mondays throughout the spring term at 5.00 pm 
Senate House South Block – room 349/50 
Organizer: William Fitzgerald 
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PROGRAMME SPRING 2014

20 January Rebecca Langlands (Exeter) Exempla, cultural memory and intertextuality 

27 January Jeff Tatum (Wellington) Suetonius on Titus and the right stuff 

3 February Philip Burton (Birmingham) The synthetic passive in later Latin: can we really know what happened?


10 February Kate Hammond (Kingston) ‘It ain't necessarily so...': reinterpreting some poems  of Catullus from a discursive psychological point of view

17 February READING WEEK 

24 February Jon Solomon (Illinois) Boccaccio's Greek sources in the Genealogia Deorum Gentilium

3 March Matthew Fox (Glasgow) Cicero and philosophical dialogue 

10 March Henry Stead (KCL) Keats's Catullan Samphire; or, did John Keats read Catullus? 

17 March Graduate Presentations 

24 March Ellen Oliensis (Berkeley) The pleasure of Ovid's Amores


Academic Events Office, Institute of Classical Studies, Senate House South Block 258 
Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU 
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Tel : 020 7862 8700


Programme complet


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Localisation:
Senate House
Route/rue:
Malet Street
Code postal:
WC1E 7HU
Localité/ville:
Londres
Pays:
UK