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Historiography Jam at Stanford

April 1, 2016 -
1:00pm to 6:00pm
Stanford Humanities Center - Board Room

Open to Stanford Classics faculty and students

Full Schedule

 

Participants:

Karen Acton (Washington University)“Blood in Tacitus: Kinship and Social Order in Annals 4.52-67.”

Salvador Bartera (Mississippi State University)“Tacitus, Fides, and the Flavians.”

Jackie Elliott (University of Colorado Boulder)“Self-reference, authorial comment and the use of the first person inJustin’s Epitome of Trogus’ Philippic Histories.”

Luca Grillo (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)“(A)symmetries in Livy.”

Charles Hedrick (University of California Santa Cruz)“Tacitus in the Archives.”

Mary Jaeger (University of Oregon)“Lame in One Foot: Livy’s Alternate History and the Case of T. Quinctius.”

Ted Kelting (Stanford)“New Approaches to the Hellenistic Historiographic Fragments on Egypt.”

Christopher Krebs (Stanford)“A bridge flung. Caesar and the contemporary architectural discourse.”

Robert Morstein-Marx (University of California Santa Barbara)“Caesar the Optimate: “Popular” leaders in the Commentarii.”

Dylan Sailor (University of California Berkeley)“Some historiographical presences in Tacitus, Agricola 21.”

Rex Stem (University of California Davis)“Reading Exemplary History as Philosophical History: The Precepts ofCicero’s De Officiis, Book 3, and Livy’s AUC, Book 2.”

Event Sponsor: 
Department of Classics
Contact Email: 
classics@stanford.edu
Contact Phone: 
650-723-0479