TECHNOLOGIES OF DAILY LIFE IN ANCIENT GREECE – SWANSEA UNIVERSITY, 2-3 JULY 2015

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Nicola Reggiani parteciperà al Convegno TECHNOLOGIES OF DAILY LIFE IN ANCIENT GREECE (SWANSEA UNIVERSITY, 2-3 JULY 2015) con una relazione intitolata “Why to write a book? Origins and meanings of an everyday technology in ancient Greece”, che affronterà il background antropologico, storico e sociale delle due principali forme librarie dell’Antichità, il “rotolo” e il “codice”.

Maggiori dettagli sul sito: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/todl/

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Giornata di studio “Odeporica. Miti e scritture di viaggio”

odeporicaimmagineIl giorno 8 novembre 2014 si è svolta a Roma, presso la Sala del Sindacato Lavoratori della Comunicazione, la Giornata di Studi “Odeporica. Miti e scritture di viaggio”, organizzata dal Centro Studi Antichità e Medioevo, con la collaborazione della Sezione Nazionale Sindacato Scrittori di Roma e della rivista letteraria internazionale “FormaFluens”.

On the 8th November 2014 we organized the Conference “Odeporica. Myths and writings of travel” in Rome, at the meeting room of the “Sindacato Lavoratori della Comunicazione”, with the collaboration of the National Section of the Union of Writers (Rome) and the international literary journal “FormaFluens”.

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News on the Conference

http://www.retididedalus.it/Archivi/2015/gennaio/SPAZIO_LIBERO/1_convegni.htm

CSAM

Welcome to the website of the CSAM (Center of Studies on the Antiquity and Middle Ages) hosted by OpenEdition, project supported by CNRS, University of  Aix-Marseille, EHESS, University of Avignon –  accommodated on the platform  hypotheses.org

The Blog will propose studies on themes, genres and myths relating to the Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Humanisme, drawing on the synergies between different disciplines and spreading to the later ages, with a particular focus on the following areas of research: Greek history and literature; papyrology; classical, medieval and humanistic Latin literature; Italian literature. The Carnet will mirror the life of the “Centro Studi Antichità e Medioevo” (Center of Studies on the Antiquity and Middle Ages) and its research activities, being a space of periodic scientific information about the researches, publications, and events carried out by the Center itself. It will show up as an environment open to proposals, through the launch of calls for papers and the possibility of collaborations for publications and discussions, creating a space for dialogue through comments and suggestions by visitors, guests, users. The Carnet will turn to the international scientific community with the purpose of sharing and increasing its own ventures.