As part of its mission to promote exchange and collaboration between scholars, CMTC organizes regular lectures and colloquia. The lectures provide a chance to invite notable scholars from different institutions in the UK and abroad to present on topics that correlate with the diverse inter-disciplinary interests of the CMTC community. The colloquia provide an opportunity for current graduate students and young academics to talk about their ongoing work.
LECTURES AND COLLOQUIA
Provenance Unknown: TT 2023 Lecture
The Centre hosts the following lecture: Alexander Herman (Institute of Art and Law): ‘Don’t Turn That Page! The Legal Risks of Dealing in Unprovenanced Manuscripts’.
“Work in Progress” colloquium
The Centre hosts the following two talks: Marius Del Core (Pisa/Oxford), ‘Omitti possunt. Evidence for abridgement and athetesis in Plautine manuscripts’; Stefano Milonia (SSM Naples), ‘Super and Contra. Conversion and resemantisation of mediaeval French lyric in the Ludus super Anticlaudianum’.