Forum Antiquum lecture - Felix Budelmann
|When:||Th 28-04-2022 15:30 - 17:00|
|Where:||Vossius Conference Room, Leiden University Library|
Every semester, the Classics department of Leiden University organizes a series of lectures (the Forum Antiquum). The lectures are held every other week on Thursdays at 15:30. We invite both Dutch and international speakers and well-known experts and promising young researchers to speak about a topic of their choice.
The lectures are held in the Vossius Conference Room, located in the Leiden University Library (South Hall, second floor).
|February 17||Rebecca Henzel||Honerary statues in Sicily - new data and perspectives|
|March 3||Renske Janssen||Christiani et Ceteri. The Treatment of Christians in the Roman Empire|
|April 7||Aiste Celkyte||Modelling Oeconomic Knowledge in Bryson’s Management of the Estate|
|April 21||Suzanne Adema||You can fly! The interplay between text and reader in narrative comprehension|
|April 28||Felix Budelmann||Recurring time and its problems in Greek literature|
|May 12||Patricia Rosenmeyer||After Lights Out: Studying Classics in a World War II Internment Camp|
The lectures are open to everybody interested; registration is not required. Forum Antiquum is made possible by Prof. Ineke Sluiter’s Spinoza Prize.
For further information, please contact Iris van Kuijk (i.a.e.van.kuijk hum.leidenuniv.nl) or Dante Aramideh (d.s.aramideh hum.leidenuniv.nl).