Greek Studies in 15-16th century Europe: Future Research Perspectives

Event Date: 
19 Jun 2017

 

Organized by Paola Tomè, Marie Curie Fellow, University of Oxford

 

http://greek15century.mml.ox.ac.uk/


Taylorian Institution, St. Giles, Main Hall

 

ADMISSION FREE

 


14.00: NIGEL WILSON, Introductory remarks about Greek Studies in the West

 

 1) TEXTS AND TOOLS FOR LANGUAGE STUDIES 
 CHAIR: Nigel Wilson 
14.15 Paola Tome’, How did they study Greek in 15th century Veneto region ? 
14.30 Giuseppe Ucciardello, Greek lexica in the West during the Renaissance: some remarks on the Lexicon Cyrilli 
14.45 – 15.00 Discussion 

 

2) TRANSLATIONS AND RE-USE 
 CHAIR: Nicola Gardini 
15.00 – 15.15 Martin McLaughlin, Lucian’s  Musca in the Quattrocento, between Guarino and Alberti 
15.15 – 15.30 Cressida Ryan, Reading The Renaissance Through Sophocles 
15.30 – 15.45 Discussion 
15.45 – 16.15 COFFEE BREAK 

 

3) COMMENTARIES AND SCHOLARLY PRODUCTIONS: PHILOSOPHY AND MEDICINE 
 CHAIR: Martin McLaughlin 
16.15– 16.30 David Lines, Interpreting Aristotle in the Vernacular: Two Case Studies (Bernardo Segni and Lodovico Castelvetro) 
16.30 – 16.45 Caroline Petit, The Reception Of Galen In The Renaissance: Problems & Prospects 
16.45 – 17.00 Discussion 

 

 

4) EARLY PRINTED GREEK BOOKS: FROM CATALOGUES TO DIGITAL LIBRARIES 
 CHAIR: Paola Tomè
17.00 – 17.15 Anna Maria Tammaro, "Greek studies in 15century Europe": a Digital library in progress 
17.15 - 17.30 Margaret King, How to create new tools for a Digital Library  on early printed Greek books?
17.30– 17.45 Discussion 

 

17.45 CONCLUSIONS 

18.00 WINE RECEPTION 

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