Network Augustan Poetry
The Augustan Poetry network is an international network of research and research training, launched in 1998, which brings together 12 European universities.
The institutional members of the network Augustan Poetry are the universities of Berlin (Melanie Möller), Cambridge (Philip Hardie), Dublin (Anna Chahoud), Florence (Mario Labate), Geneva (Damien Nelis), Heidelberg (Jürgen Schwindt), Lille (Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Florence Klein), London (William Fitzgerald), Oxford (Stephen Heyworth), Roma La Sapienza (Alessandro Schiesaro), La Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (Gianpiero Rosati) and Udine (Maria-Luisa DelVigo)
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There are two kinds of activities undertaken:
- the organisation of seminars rotating between the partner universities of the network
- the maintenance of a website dedicated to promoting contacts and exchanges between researchers, postgraduates and students.
Editor-in-chief: JACQUELINE FABRE-SERRIS
Associate Editor: FLORENCE KLEIN
Scientific committee: MARIA-LUISA DELVIGO, WILLIAM FITGERALD, MONICA GALE, PHILIP HARDIE, STEPHEN HARRISON, STEPHEN HEYWORTH, MARIO LABATE, MELANIE MÖLLER, DAMIEN NELIS, GIANPIERO ROSATI, ALESSANDRO SCHIESARO, JÜRGEN SCHWINDT.
- The International Ovidian Society is inaugurating a new series of on-line discussions of recent books on Ovid. The format will be a 20-minute presentation by the author and a 20-minute response to the book by an Ovidian scholar, followed by general discussion. The organizer is Jacqueline Fabres-Serris (Université de Lille)
The first session will address Ambiguity and Religion in Ovid’s Fasti: Religious Innovation and The Imperial Family (Brill 2023) by Darja Šterbenc Erker (Humboldt Universität, Berlin). The commentator will be John F. Miller (University of Virginia).
Date and time: Thursday, October 26, 12 pm EST = 6 pm CET. Duration: up to 90 minutes.
Link to the online video conference here
- The next colloquium of the network will take place in 2024 at the University of Durham.