The subject of the Seminar Series for Hilary Term 2023 is 'Form'
Wednesdays 12:00pm to 1.30pm. Participants should feel free to bring their own lunch to the seminar. Tea and coffee will be provided.
18 January: Henner Petin (Oxford) 'Euripides Orestes: An Escape Tragedy?' and Rebekah Van Sant (Oxford) 'Reading the Book of Lamentations and the Akedah as Horror'
25 January: Gregory Hutchinson (Oxford) 'Form in Classical Literature: Confessions of a Fan'
1 February: Adriana Jacobs (Oxford): 'The Long Line'
8 February: Terence Cave (Oxford) 'Redescribing 'Form': The Autopoietic Turn'
15 February: Noam Mizrahi (Tel Aviv) 'Poetic Construction and Merkabah Exegesis in the Twelfth Song of the Sabbath Sacrifice'
22 February: Hans Decker (Zürich) 'Idealism and Imagination: On the Miniature Form of the Proverb'
1 March: Dorota Molin (Oxford) 'Are 'Fluid Forms' Forms? Lessons From Modern Middle Eastern Folklore'
8 March: Leah Whittington (Harvard) 'Fictions of Repair: Patches, Insertions, and Imagined Forms'