Death of Drama or Birth of an Industry? The Greek Theatre in the Fourth Century BC: A Conference

Detail from South Italian krater attributed to the Tarporley Painter. Nicholson Museum NM 47.1.Conference 19-20 July, 2011
CCANESA
Madsen Building F09
University of Sydney

The conference will be hosted by CCANESA — The Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia at the University of Sydney The conference will have sessions on:

THEATRE AND SANCTUARY ARCHITECTURE

  • Christina Papastamati-Von Moock
    Greek Ministry of Culture, Committee for the Study and Restoration of the Sanctuary and Theatre of Dionysos and the Asklepieion in Athens
  • Hans Rupprecht Goette
    Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin
  • Jean-Charles Moretti
    Institut de recherche sur l’architecture antique, University of Lyon

DRAMA IN THE FOURTH CENTURY

  • Sebastiana Nervegna
    Australian Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, CCANESA
    Andrew Hartwig
    Australian Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, CCANESA
    Johanna Hanink
    Assistant Professor, Brown University

THEATRE AND MACEDON

  • Brigitte Le Guen
    Professor, University of Paris 8
  • Eoghan Moloney
    University of Adelaide

THEATRE IN THE WEST

  • Ted Robinson
    University of Sydney
  • Zachary Biles
    Associate Professor, Franklin & Marshall College
  • Jed Thorn
    Visiting Assistant Professor, Franklin & Marshall College
  • Richard Green
    Emeritus Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Sydney

THEATRE FINANCE

  • Robert Pitt
    Assistant Director, The British School at Athens
  • Peter Wilson
    Ritchie Professor of Classics, University of Sydney
  • Eric Csapo
    Professor of Classics, University of Sydney

Conference program and registration
Download full conference program here
Download conference registration form here

STUDENT BURSARIES
We are pleased to announce that a small number of bursaries for post-graduate students may be available. Anyone interested in applying for a bursary should write to Sophie Morton at greek.theatre@sydney.edu.au by e-mail by 15 May 2011, providing the following information:

  1. Name
  2. Institutional affiliation
  3. Degrees awarded and current programme of research
  4. A brief description of how attendance would be beneficial for their studies/research
  5. The name and e-mail address of one referee whom the organisers may contact
  6. An indication of your expected expenses.

For more information
Please contact Sophie Morton
T +61 2 9114 0922
E greek.theatre@sydney.edu.au
W sydney.edu.au/ccanesa

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