Colloquium Balticum 2011 – Klasikų asociacija

Colloquium Balticum 2011

The Department of Classical Philology of Vilnius University and Lithuanian Association of Classicists cordially invites to the annual International Conference COLLOQUIUM BALTICUM X VILNENSE to be held in the Faculty of Philology of Vilnius University in November 10-12, 2011.

Greek and Roman Antiquity and its Reception in the Baltic Region
Vilnius, November 10–12, 2011

The conference will take place at V. Krėvė Lecture Hall (118),
Vilnius University, Faculty of Philology

November 10 (Thursday)
18:00 Registration and reception. University café, Central Campus

November 11 (Friday)
9:00 Welcoming addresses

9:20–11:00 Session 1 (chairperson Vita Paparinska)
Boris Dunsch (Marburg) Nautical Handbooks in Antiquity?
Yvonne Borowski (Łódź) Victims of Laughter: The Case of Lamachos in the Acharnians of Aristophanes
Bernadette Banaszkiewicz (Marburg) Einige Beispiele für Literaturkritik in der frühen griechischen Literatur
Ilona Gorneva (Rīga) Menander Rhetor and his Treatises: the Concept of Rhetoric
11:00–11:20 Coffee break

11:20-13:10 Session 2 (chairperson Gregor Vogt-Spira)
Kadri Novikov (Tartu) Narrative dynamics in the novel Leucippe and Clitophon by Achilles Tatius
Therese Fuhrer (Berlin) Paratexts and Auxiliary Texts: New Genres in Late Antiquity?
Astrid Nilsson (Lund) Saint Eric of Sweden – the Catholic National Hero of a Protestant Country
Martina Finnskog (Lund) From Macrocosm to Microcosm: Apollo, Urania and Titan at Tycho Brahe’s Uraniborg
Johanna Akujärvi (Lund) Psyche and the patient Griselda. On two Swedish 17th Century Translations
13:10-14:10 Tour around Vilnius University ensemble
14:10–15:30 Lunch break

15:30–16:40 Session 3 (chairperson Arne Jönsson)
Jennifer Bartels (Marburg) Vater und Sohn in der römischen Komödie – eine Exemplarische Betrachtung des Plautinischen Mercator
Jennifer Bernhart (Marburg) Aspects of Local Deixis in Roman Comedy
Audronė Kučinskienė (Vilnius) Cicero the Translator: Exploring the Meaning of Words
16:40–17:00 Coffee break

17:00–18:00 Session 4 (chairperson Maria-Kristiina Lotman)
Lina Girdvainytė (Vilnius) Eloquence Belongs to the Conqueror: Speech in Caesar’s Commentarii
Fabiola Dengler (Marburg) Funktionen des Ich in der römischen Liebeselegie
Stefan Meyer (Marburg) Continuity during Change. The Use of manere and nunc quoque in Ovid’s Metamorphoses
19:00 Convivium festivum

November 12 (Saturday)
9:00–10:40 Session 1 (chairperson Bernadette Banaszkiewicz)
Arne Jönsson (Lund) What is actually the Meaning of the Last Lines of Vergil’s Aeneid, Book VI?
Gita Berzina (Rīga) Linguistic Behaviour of Epic Hero in Virgil’s Aeneid
Frank Lembke (Marburg) Vergils 6. Ekloge
Brigita Cirule (Rīga) Vergil in the Aulaeum Dunaidum of Augustinus Eucaedius
10:40–11:10 Coffee break

11:10–12:50 Session 2 (chairperson Boris Dunsch)
Johanna Svensson (Lund) Latin and Identity: On Clergymen’s Use of Latin in Correspondence in 17th century Scania
Kerstin Kippar (Tartu) The Structure of Commentaries of Ancient Authors on the Example of a 17th Century Disputation by Laurentius Ludenius
Ieva Kalnina (Rīga) Classical Philology at the University of Latvia during the Nazi occupation period
Ojars Lams (Rīga) Medea on Contemporary Ideological and Aesthetical Crossroads: The Hungry Women by Cherrie L. Moraga
13:00–14:30 Lunch break

14:30–15:50 Session 3 (chairperson Nijolė Juchnevičienė)
Antanas Keturakis (Vilnius) Peregrinatio Egeriae: Evidence of Grammaticalization of Definiteness in Late Latin
Maria-Kristiina Lotman (Tartu) Ancient Meters in Estonian Poetry (the second half of the 19 th century – the first half of the 20 th century)
Mindaugas Strockis (Vilnius) Thesaurus Latino-Lituanicus on the Web
Conclusion of the Colloquium