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Wann 15.09.2006 10:00 bis
18.09.2006 19:00
Wo Freiburg Haus zur Lieben Hand
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International Conference, organized by the European Network for the Study of Ancient Greek History and the Zentrum Antike und Moderne of Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

 

Intentionale Geschichte - spinning time

Freiburg, September 15-17, 2006

 

LOCATION: Freiburg University, Haus zur Lieben Hand

 

Programme

 

September 15,

10.00-12.30

 

Message of Greeting

The Dean, Philosophische Fakultät, Hermann Schwengel

 

Opening Remarks

Hans-Joachim Gehrke (Freiburg)

 

Panel 1 Methods, Theories, Concepts

Chairs: Oswyn Murray (Oxford) and Hans-Joachim Gehrke (Freiburg)

 

Jonas Grethlein (Freiburg / Santa Barbara), History and Historicity: A Phenomenological Model of the Idea of History

Nicola Di Cosmo (Princeton), The Barbarian in the Historiography of Early China

Kostas Vlassopoulos (Nottingham), Constructing Antiquity and Modernity in the Eighteenth Century: Alterity, Proximity, Polarity, Immanency

 

13.00-14.00

Lunch

 

14.00-16.30

 

Panel 2 Narrating the Past in a Social Context (Poetry, Storytelling, Historiography)

Chair: André Lardinois (Nijmegen)

 

Ewen Bowie (Oxford), Archilochus’ Telephus and the Trojan War’s Reception in Greek Lyric, Iambic and Elegiac Poetry

Deborah Boedecker (Brown), Accentuating the Negative? Blame (and Praise) in Establishing Persian War Traditions

 

 

18.00-20.00

 

Meeting of the European Network for the Study of Ancient Greek History

Chair: Josine Blok (Utrecht)

 

20.30

Dinner

 

September, 16

9.00-11.00

 

Panel 3 Visual Narratives

Chairs: Robin Osborne(Cambridge) , Lin Foxhall (Leicester)

 

Ralf von den Hoff (Freiburg), Media for Theseus, or: The Different Images of the Athenian Polis-hero

Luca Giuliani (München / Berlin), Gibt es eine Ikonographie der Vergangenheit?

Joe Skinner (Liverpool), Fish Heads and Mussel-Shells: Visualizing Greek Identity

 

11.30-15.00

Walk through Freiburg and Lunch

 

15.00-18.30

 

Panel 4 Contexts for Memories

Chair: Josine Blok (Utrecht)

 

Renate Schlesier (Berlin), Tragic Memories of Dionysos

Maurizio Giangiulio (Trento), Collective Identities, Imagined Past, and Delphi

Stephen Lambert (Cardiff), Past and Future in Inscriptions of Lykourgan Athens

Joannis Mylonopoulos (Erfurt), Constructing and Deconstructing Identities through Mythical Memory: the Case of Athens

 

20.00

Dinner

 

  

September, 17

9.00-12.00

 

Panel 5 Intentional Futures

Chair: Kurt Raaflaub (Brown)

 

Kurt Raaflaub (Brown), Ulterior Motives in Greek Historiography: What Exactly, and Why?

Walter Eder (Bochum), Shaping the Future in Law and Politics. (Die Gestaltung der Zukunft in Verfassung und Recht)

Nino Luraghi (Harvard), The Demos as Narrator: the Lebenswerkdekrete between Past and Future

Sarah Iles Johnston (Columbus), Planning the Future by Remembering the Past: Memory and the Afterlife in the ‘Orphic’ Gold Tablets

 

12.00-14.00

Lunch

 

14.00-17.00

 

Panel 6 The Beginning, Narratives of Foundation:

Chair: Kostas Buraselis (Athens)

 

Irad Malkin (Tel Aviv), Networks and Foundations: Polis-particularism and the Hellenic Framework

Massimo Nafissi (Perugia), The Great Rhetra and the Heraclid Foundation of Sparta

Kostas Buraselis (Athen), Gott und König als Synoikisten. Zur Kombination göttlicher Disposition und monarchischen Willens in den Stadtgründungstraditionen für die Zeit Alexanders und des Hellenismus

Tanja Scheer (Oldenburg), ‘Arkadiens Volk’. Arkadische Gründungstraditionen und Oikisten in der Kaiserzeit.

 

17.00-18.00

 

Closing Discussion

 

The chairs of the panels

 

19.00

Dinner

 

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