The Celtic Conference in Classics

13th Celtic Conference in Classics, Lyon (France), 15-18 July 2020

 

The hosts of the 13th conference are L'Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon; L'Université Lyon 2 and L'Universite Lyon 3.

 

ORGANISERS/CONTACT

PANEL

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Prosopography in Ancient History: Old Methodology, New Approaches

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Xenophon and genre, genres in Xenophon

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Around the Classics: Paratextual Frame of Latin Classics in the Middle Ages

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Beyond the Birdcage: Hellenistic Scholarship and Learning outside Alexandria

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Poeticis magis decora? Latin Prose and the Limits of Intertextuality

 

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Engaging Greek Antiquity in Early Modern French Drama

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Cicero Narrator. Narrative technique and rhetorical strategy in Cicero’s speeches

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Translation and the limits of bilingualism in Late Antiquity (ca. 300-600 CE)

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Seeing (Through) Speech: New Approaches to Attic Oratory

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Reinventing Sappho

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Sparta and Archaeology

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Gates and Gateways: Crossing borders and directing movement in the ancient world

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L'hospitalité antique

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Représentations spatiales antiques

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Popular poetry in the Roman Empire

 
(6 February 2020) Panels now are at various stages of recruitment. Scholars kindly wishing to propose a paper of their own are welcome to contact the relevant panel organisers at the address(es) above.
 
(6 février 2020) Pour le recrutement des intervenants, chaque panel se trouve a` une étape différente. Celles et ceux qui souhaitent proposer une intervention sont invité(e)s a` s'adresser aux chefs de panels (ci-dessus).
 
 
Since the inception of the CCC in 1998, the official languages of the CCC are English and French.


Speakers are asked to make available a summary of their paper in the `other' language.


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The `Celticness' of the CCC is interpreted liberally. The Conference welcomes convenors and speakers from all countries. French colleagues proudly recall that ancient Lyon, Lugdunum, was the principal city of the Three Gauls.