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PhD and Graduate Student Symposium: Real vs Ideal. Ancient and Modern Constructions of Reality and Their Implications

When:Fr 22-06-2018 09:15 - 18:00
Where:Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies
PhD Symosium

Organization

Lautaro Roig Lanzillotta and Luisa Lesage Gárriga (Dept. Jewish Christian and Islamic Origins)

Programme

Time Speaker Subject
9:15-9:30 Dr. dr. Lautaro Roig Lanzillotta Welcome and Presentation
9.30-10.15

Dr. Ciro Arbós Moya

Keynote Lecture : The Mexican corrido: a folk ballad and popular song between chronicle and legend

10.15-10.45

Arjan Sterken

Reaction by: Viviana Felix

Food from above, Thief from below. Contesting Indo-European ‘ideal’ types

10.45-11.15

Forrest Kentwell

Reaction by: Arjan Sterken

Playing with Fire: Heraclitus and Thomas

11.15

Coffee break
11.45-12.15

Petru Moldovan

Reaction by: Fryderyk Kwiatkowski

Creativity at work: from the Gospel according to Thomas to Jorge Luis Borges’ Fragments from an Apocryphal Gospel

12.15-12.45

Luisa Lesage Gárriga

Reaction by: Forrest Kentwell

Real vs Ideal Catoptrics in Plutarch’s De facie

12.45 LUNCH
14.30-15.00

Soraya Planchas Gallarte

Reaction by: Luisa Lesage Gárriga

Orphism: a real or an ideal concept

15.00-15.30

Eelco Glas

Reaction by: Alberto Romero Criado

The Rhetoric of Apology in Josephus’ Vita
15.30-16.00

Alberto Romero Criado

Reaction by: Soraya Planchas Gallarte

The values of the adverb καί in the New Testament. A semantic classification

16.00

Coffee break
16.30-17.00

Viviana Felix

Reaction by: Petru Moldovan

Justin’s Role On The Construction Of Christian Identity: The Ideal And Reality

17.00-17.30

Fryderyk Kwiatkowski

Reaction by: Luisa Lesage Gárriga  

Gnosticism and Carl G. Jung’s Theory of Individuation. Gnostic Myths as a Prototype for the Ideal Form of Self-Development

17.30-18.00

Lautaro Roig Lanzillotta

Concluding Remarks

18.00

drinks & dinner