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Hilary Term Lecture
27 January 2023
Hilary Term Lecture

The Centre hosts the following lecture: Yannis Assael (Google DeepMind), ‘Predicting the past with deep neural networks’.

“Work in Progress” colloquium
“Work in Progress” colloquium

The Centre hosts the following two talks: Giulia Colli (Pisa), ‘Interpolations in Greek Tragedy’; Enrico Prodi (UCL), ‘Commentary by excerpts: Didymus’ .

Michaelmas Term Lecture
18 November 2022
Michaelmas Term Lecture

The Centre hosts the following lecture: Mykola Tarasenko (Kyiv/Trinity College, Oxford): ‘What Can the “Greenfield Papyrus” (pLondon BM EA 10554) Tell Us about Its Owner?’

“Work in Progress” colloquium
14 November 2022
“Work in Progress” colloquium

The Centre hosts the following two talks: Benedetta Bessi (Venice/Stanford): ‘Towards a Digital Edition of the Liber insularum by Cristoforo Buondelmonti’; Joseph Mason (New College, Oxford): ‘Oral and Written Transmission in Old French Song: a reassessment’.

Poetic traditions in manuscript cultures
14 October 2022
Poetic traditions in manuscript cultures

This forum brings together scholars working on different pre-modern cultures interested in the manuscript representation and transmission of early poetry.

Music in manuscript cultures
Music in manuscript cultures

Our inter-disciplinary forum will bring together scholars working on different pre-modern cultures interested in the manuscript representation and transmission of music.

Second lunchtime colloquium, TT22
Second lunchtime colloquium, TT22

Our two speakers are: Giulia Dovico (Classics, Cologne), ‘Scholia on Euripides’ Medea. Remarks on the two main corpora’ and Celeste Pan (Jewish Studies, Balliol) ‘The Targumic Tosefta on Genesis 44:18. A Material History’.

“Work in progress” lunchtime colloquium
“Work in progress” lunchtime colloquium

The Centre will host two online talks: “Ancient Slavery from the Perspective of the Papyri. New documents from Oxyrhynchus” by Amin Benaissa and “Liminal Landscapes: Childbirth and the Uncanny in Old Norse Literature” by Katherine Olley.