Friday, June 10, 2016

Proceedings of the International Conference Anchoring in Antiquity

Proceedings of the International Conference Anchoring in Antiquity
Here you find the revised and annotated versions of the contributions of scholars working with the concept of Anchoring Innovation at the conference Anchoring in Antiquity (pdf, 425 kB), held in Ravenstein, the Netherlands, 17-20 December 2015.

Please note that these papers are work in progress. They are meant to be published elsewhere in their final form. If you want to cite from these papers, please contact the author(s) and ask for the latest version. You can check whether the final version is already published or forthcoming under publications.
  • R. Allan & L. van Gils (University of Amsterdam):
Anchoring new ideas in common ground. A linguistic approach
  • M. de Bakker (University of Amsterdam):
Explaining the end of an Empire. The use of Herodotus and Thucydides in late Byzantine historiography
  • J. Blok (Utrecht University) & J. Krul (Leiden University):
Success and failure of anchoring political innovation: the case of Solon’s seisachtheia. With PowerPoint (pdf, 455 kB).
  • B. Breij (Radboud University):
Anchoring oratio figurata, oratio figurata anchoring (pdf, 691 kB)
  • E. Bruggink (Radboud University):
A libation of blood: self-sacrifice as pharmakon for the city in Euripides’ Phoenician Women
  • V. Cazzato (Radboud University):
Anchoring the solo parts of tragedy in song culture (pdf, 724 kB)
  • M. De Pourcq (Radboud University):
Classical References in Contemporary Culture. Anchoring Cultural Criticism in Roland Barthes’s Mythologies
  • R. Dijkstra & D. van Espelo (Radboud University):
The fisherman’s anchor: establishing papal authority in Peter’s grave (2nd-8th centuries)
  • A. van den Eersten (University of Amsterdam):
To yoke a bridge: poetical implications of the subjugation of nature in Herodotus’ Histories
  • A. Harder (University of Groningen):
Anchoring through aetiology
  • O. Hekster (Radboud University):
Anchoring religious change: Faces of power and problems of communication
  • R. Hunsucker (Radboud University) & R. Praet (University of Groningen):
Reinventing tenacious anchors: Romulus in the cultural memory of the early and late Roman Empire
  • L. Iribarren (Leiden University):
L’ancrage de la téléologie dans la pensée cosmologique grecque : le tournant socratique
  • I. de Jong (University of Amsterdam):
Leonidas ‘the best of the Achaeans’: how Herodotus anchors prose via poetry (pdf, 706 kB)
  • J. Klooster (University of Groningen):
On dealing with tyrants: Plutarch’s anchoring of his moral instructorship in Solon of Athens
  • I. Kuin (University of Groningen):
What do Sulla and the philosophers have in common? Sulla and the creation of Roman Athens
  • C. Kroon (University of Amsterdam):
'Anchoring’ as a communicative device in Roman historiography:
a discourse linguistic perspective

  • A. de March (Leiden University):
Novom aliquid inventum (Plautus, Pseud. 569). An unsurprising innovation?
  • S. Martin (Radboud University):
Early Roman magistracies with Celtic names: native substrate or anchoring innovation?
  • E. Moormann (Radboud University):
‘mehr Modell und Puppenschrank als Gebäude.’
The Appreciation of Pompeii’s Architectural Remains in Late eighteenth Century

  • R. Nauta (University of Groningen):
Un-Anchoring Innovation. Lucan and Tacitus on the Principate
  • O. van Nijf & C. Williamson (University of Groningen):
Connecting the Greeks: festival networks in the Hellenistic world. With PowerPoint (pdf, 7 MB).
  • A. Raimondi Cominesi (Radboud University):
Anchoring the house: early Augustan residences between tradition and innovation. With PowerPoint (pptx, 14 MB).
  • L. Spielberg (Radboud University):
Anchoring the barbarians: ethnographic topoi in Tacitus' Batavian Revolt
  • R. Strootman (Utrecht University):
Brand new ancient: Anchoring regime change in Hellenistic Egypt and Babylonia
  • A. Wessels (Leiden University):
Shaping the (hi)story of innovation. Livius Andronicus as the first poet of Latin literature

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