Call for Papers: Symposium Campanum 2019

Reading the City: Inscriptions of the Bay of Naples October 23-27, 2019 Directors: Jacqueline DiBiasie-Sammons (University of Mississippi) and Holly M. Sypniewski (Millsaps College) The Vergilian Society invites proposals for papers for the 2019 Symposium Campanum at the Villa Vergiliana in Cuma, Italy. This symposium investigates the role of inscribed materials in the cities, towns, […]

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Symposium Cumanum ~ Call for Proposals for June 2020

The Vergilian Society is soliciting proposals for directors for the twenty-sixth annual Symposium Cumanum, to take place at the Harry Wilkes Study Center at the Villa Vergiliana in Cuma, Italy near the end of June, 2020.  We will consider a proposal on any theme pertaining to Vergil and his times, although preference may be given […]

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Call for Papers: Symposium Cumanum 2019

Virgil and the Feminine Symposium Cumanum 2019 June 20-22, Villa Virgiliana, Cuma Co-Directors: Elena Giusti (Warwick) and Victoria Rimell (Warwick) The ‘Father of the West’ has not escaped scrutiny by feminist criticism. Since identifying the repressed female voice with Virgil’s subversive voice of loss (Perkell 1997, Nugent 1999),  scholars have turned from a practice of reading […]

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Extended Deadline: Vergilian Society Call for Proposals to Direct October 2019 Symposium Campanum in Cuma, Italy.

The Vergilian Society announces a new September 14 deadline for proposals from potential directors for topics for the fourth annual Symposium Campanum, to take place at the Harry Wilks Study Center at the Villa Vergiliana in Cuma, Italy in mid-October, 2019. These October Symposia differ in focus from our summer Symposium Cumanum: we will consider […]

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Extended deadline: Vergilian Society seeks proposals to direct a Symposium in Italy in June 2019

Symposium Cumanum ~ Call for Proposals for June 2019. The Vergilian Society has extended the deadline for proposals to direct the twenty-fifth annual Symposium Cumanum, to take place at the Harry Wilkes Study Center at the Villa Vergiliana in Cuma in about the third week of June, 2019.  We will consider a proposal on any […]

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Call for Papers: SCS 2019

Call for Papers, Vergilian Society Panel at the January 2019 Meeting of the Society for Classical Studies in San Diego ~ What’s in a Name?: Race, Ethnicity, and Cultural Identity in the Poetry of Vergil             As the Aeneid approaches its brutal conclusion, Vergil focuses a final time on Juno, whose determination to see the destruction of […]

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Vergilian Society Call for Proposals for Symposium Campanum, October 2019

This is one of two calls for proposed symposium topics. The Vergilian Society invites proposals for topics for the fourth annual Symposium Campanum, to take place at the Harry Wilks Study Center at the Villa Vergiliana in Cuma, Italy in mid-October, 2019. These October Symposia differ in focus from our summer Symposium Cumanum: we will […]

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Vergilian Society Call for Proposals for Symposium Cumanum, June 2019

This one of two calls for proposed symposium topics. The Vergilian Society is soliciting proposals for the twenty-fifth  annual Symposium Cumanum, to take place at the Harry Wilkes Study Center at the Villa Vergiliana in Cuma at the end of June, 2019.  We will consider a proposal on any theme pertaining to Vergil and his […]

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Call for Papers: 2018 Symposium Cumanum

Call for Papers for the 2018 Symposium Cumanum: rerum cognoscere causas: Learning in the Late Republic and the Augustan Age June 26–30, 2018 Co-Directors: T.H.M. Gellar-Goad (Wake Forest University) and Christopher B. Polt (Boston College) The Vergilian Society invites proposals for papers for the 2018 Symposium Cumanum at the Villa Vergiliana in Cuma, Italy. Learning […]

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Call for Papers: SCS 2018

Dido in and after Vergil Sponsored by the Vergilian Society
 James J. O’Hara, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Organizer For the January 2018 meeting of the Society for Classical Studies in Boston, the Vergilian Society invites papers on any aspect of Vergil’s Dido story and its reception. Ovid writes that no part of the Aeneid is read […]

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