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Symposium 'Ciceronianism, European Studies, Eurolinguistics'
Symposium
'Ciceronianism, European Studies, Eurolinguistics'
University RomaTre-Arpino
23-24 Sept. 2016

 
 
Friday, 23 September 2016, Roma-Tre University, Aula 18 
9.30 a.m.: chair Matthew Fox & Ermanno Malaspina
Introduction, by P. Sture Ureland and Vincenzo Merolle
9.30: V. Merolle: Mommsen's judgment on Cicero. Cicero vindicatus
10.30: M. Buonocore: Lettere di Mommsen agli Italiani
11:30: Franck Colotte: Th. Mommsen lecteur du De Officiis
12-12,30: Concluding remarks 
 
Friday, 23 September 2016, Aula 18
14:30: chair P. S. Ureland
14:30: Andreas Golob: Words and Things in Context 
15: Peter Forster: Reconstructing Language Pre-History with Phylogenetic Methods
15:45: Davide Astori: The search for a Common Language in European Culture: 'prophecies from the Italian 1800s in the frame of some 1900s provocations'
16:15: Giuseppe Solaro: European identity and religion. Four different moments
 
Saturday, 24 September, Arpino, Palazzo Boncompagni 
15:30: chair P. S. Ureland, Matthew Fox, E. Malaspina
15:30: Francesco Laurenti: European literary tradition and translation
16: Maria Ana Tupan: Europe and the Legacy of the Alexandria Library
16: 15: V. Merolle: On Cicero's House
16:30: Concluding remarks and end of the Symposium