Hyblaea avena – Theokritrezeption in der griechischen und lateinischen Literatur der römischen Kaiserzeit und frühen Neuzeit

Internat­ionales Symposium an der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal

Eine Veranstaltung des Graduiertenkollegs 2196 „Dokument – Text – Edition“ und der Klassischen Philologie an der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal.

15. – 16. November 2018

Campus Grifflenberg, Senatssaal (K.11.07)

DONNERSTAG, 15. NOVEMBER

14:00 – 14:30 Uhr: Eröffnung

14:30 – 15:15 Uhr: Keynote: Richard Hunter (Cambridge): The Prehistory of Theocritus’ Nachleben

15 min. Pause

15:30 – 16:15 Uhr: Valeria Pace (Cambridge): Class in Daphnis & Chloe and Theocritus

16:15 – 17:00 Uhr: Anne-Elisabeth Beron (Wuppertal): Standing in Tityrus’ Shadow: Theocritus in the Political Eclogues of Calpurnius Siculus

15 min. Pause

17:15 – 18:00 Uhr: Hamidou Richer (Rouen): Three Faces of Theocritus during the Roman Empire

18:00 – 18:45 Uhr: Manuel Baumbach (Bochum): Bienenstich und Hyazinthenschläge: die Schattenseiten der Bukolik im poetischen Raum der Carmina Anacreontea

FREITAG, 16. NOVEMBER

9:30 – 10:15 Uhr: John B. Van Sickle (New York): Traces of Virgil and Ovid in the Translation of Theocritus by Eobanus

10:15 – 11:00 Uhr: Christian Orth (Freiburg i. Br.): Theokritrezeption in den griechischen Eklogen von Joachim Camerarius

15 min. Pause

11:15 – 12:00 Uhr: Thomas Gärtner (Köln): Die diversen Reflexe des Epitaphium Bionis bei Lorenz Rhodoman

12:00 – 12:45 Uhr: Janika Päll (Tartu): Greek Bucolic Cento in Early Modern European Poetry Merging Theocritus and Virgil

Mittagspause

14:00 – 14:45 Uhr: Stefan Weise (Wuppertal): „Der berühmte Leipziger Theocritus“ – Zu Theokritrezeption und Performanz in den Idyllia Graeca solennia von Johann Gottfried Herrichen

14:45 – 15:30 Uhr: William Barton (Innsbruck): Adam Franz Kollár’s Χάριτες εἰδύλλιον (1756): Theocritean Praise of Maria Theresa and her Educational Developments

Verabschiedung

Die Tagung steht allen Interessierten offen, jedoch wird um Anmeldung bis 2. November 2018 gebeten.

Kontakt:

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Stefan Weise                          Anne-Elisabeth Beron, M.A.

weise@uni-wuppertal.de                                           beron@uni-wuppertal.de

Klassische Philologie                                     Graduiertenkolleg 2196

Bergische Universität Wuppertal

Gaußstr. 20, 42119 Wuppertal

Arato di Soli. Fenomeni

Curatore: V. Gigante Lanzara

Editore:Garzanti Libri.  Collana:I grandi libri

Anno edizione: 2018

Pagine: 160 p., 

EAN: 9788811811664

Descrizione

Con testo greco a fronte.

Sintesi di sapere poetico, filosofico e scientifico, i Fenomeni di Arato di Soli (315 ca – 240 ca a.C.) sono espressione della vivacità intellettuale del mondo greco di età ellenistica. Nella prima sezione del poema Arato osserva e accuratamente descrive il sistema degli astri e delle costellazioni, dando rilievo alle figure mitologiche dalle quali queste prendono il nome: dal cacciatore Orione con il suo fedele segugio Sirio all’«infelice Cassiopea», che protende le braccia verso la sventurata figlia Andromeda. Nella seconda parte, Pronostici, trovano invece spazio i segni premonitori celesti e naturali che si richiamano alla tradizione e alla sapienza popolari. Tradotti già anticamente da Varrone Atacino, Cicerone, Germanico e Avieno, i Fenomeni hanno goduto di larga fortuna lungo tutto il Medioevo, fino al Rinascimento, e costituiscono ancora oggi una preziosa testimonianza del profondo senso di stupore e di meraviglia con cui l’uomo ha sempre guardato alla vastità e al mistero del cosmo.

Drama and Performance in Hellenistic Poetry

M.A. Harder, R.F. Regtuit & G.C. Wakker (eds.)

Hellenistica Groningana 23

X-344 p.

ISBN 978-90-429-3654-6

82 euro

http://www.peeters-leuven.be/boekoverz.asp?nr=10698

This volume is devoted to aspects of performance in Hellenistic poetry. This theme is approached from various angles. Although drama has long been regarded as typical of fifth century Athens, there is an increasing awareness among classical scholars of the importance of drama also for the Hellenistic period. In that period too drama was still written and performed, but at the same time it also was an important object of study and a source of inspiration for works in other genres, such as the epic of Apollonius Rhodius, for new literary forms like the idylls of Theocritus or the mimiambs of Herodas, or for literary experiments such as the extended messenger speech in the Alexandra of Lycophron. Besides, performance was never restricted to drama, but from the archaic period onwards was essential to the presentation of poetry to an audience and thus remained an integral part of Greek cultural life in all periods, also in times of increasing literacy like the Hellenistic period. Therefore in this volume also epic and didactic poetry as well as shorter works from, e.g., a cultic, ritual or sympotic sphere have been studied from the point of view of performance. The various articles show that the focus on performance is a fruitful perspective for looking at Hellenistic poetry.

Annette HarderPreface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V

Sofia Belioti
The Motif of Paraclausithyron as Hint of Performance in the Hellenistic Poetry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Barnaby Chesterton
Drama, Performance and Authorial Self-Representation in HerodasMimiamb8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Angela Cinalli
The Performative Life of the Hellenistic Period through Inscrip-
tions . The Case Study of Delphi and Delos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Christophe Cusset
Y a-t-il des modalités particulières de la performance vocale féminine dans la poésie hellénistique ? Une parole contrainte ………………………..75

Andreas Fountoulakis
The Poetics of Lamentation: Performances and Ritual in Bion’s Epitaph on Adonis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99

Adrian Gramps
Rethinking ‘Mimetic Poetry’ and Callymachus’ Hymn to Apollo …………..129

David Kutzko
Enacting Drama: Herod . 1 and A.P. V . 181 (Ascl . 25, Gow-Page) …………157

Katherine Molesworth
Watching Tragedy in Lycophron’s Alexandra . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173

Jackie Murray
Silencing Orpheus: The Fiction of Performance in Apollonius’Argonautica……………………………………….201

Thomas J . Nelson
The Shadow of Aristophanes: Hellenistic Poetry’s Reception
of Comic Poetics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225

Maria Papadopoulou
Spectators-in-Performance in Theocritus’ Adoniazusae. . . . . . 273

Alan Sheppard
Mimeticism, Performance and Re-Performance in Callimachus’HymntoApolloandInscribedPaians. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 293

Kathryn Wilson
Reading and Performing Didactic Poetry in the Hellenistic Period . . . . . . .317