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AIAS Seminar: Katarzyana Jazdezwska

Authors and Recipients: Dedicatory Practices in Greek Antiquity

2020.12.14 | Kamilla Rosenberg

Date Mon 14 Jun
Time 14:15 15:30
Location The AIAS Auditorium, if possible. Virtually, if not.

Speaker:  Katarzyana Jazdezwska, AIAS Fellow and Associate Professor

Abstract

In this talk, I will discuss ancient Greek practice of dedicating a work of literature to a named addressee. I will explore origins of dedications as well as literary and rhetorical conventions that shaped them, and ask questions regarding their role in social practices of networking, patronage, and gift giving.  Short bio

Katarzyna Jazdzewska is an Associate Professor at Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies. She studied in Poland (MA at the University of Warsaw) and United States (PhD at the Ohio State University), and was a recipient of a research fellowship from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Her forthcoming book titled Greek Dialogue in Antiquity: Post-Platonic Transformations (Oxford University Press) will offer a comprehensive examination of the genre of dialogue in the Hellenistic period.     

See Katarzyana Jazdezwska's project at AIAS

What is an AIAS Seminar?

The AIAS Seminar is a session of seminars held by the AIAS fellow or by other speakers proposed by the fellows. In each seminar, one fellow will present and discuss his/her current research and research project, closing off with a question and discussion session.

All seminars are held in English.

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