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1.00-2.00 pm

LUNCH: Centre for African Studies

Free time in Cape Town or Waterfront (Bus to leave from Baxter Residence at 2.15 pm)

19.30 pm

CONFERENCE DINNER at the Wild Fig Restaurant, Observatory

Bus leaves from Baxter residence 19.15 pm

Thursday 5th July Beattie Building, Upper Campus

Session 7

VENUE Beattie 115

Chairman: John Atkinson

8.30-9.30

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Konstantinos Zachos

VENUE A

(Beattie 114)

Chair:

VENUE B

(Beattie 106)

Chair:

VENUE C

(Beattie 115)

Chair:

VENUE D

(Beattie 227)

Chair: Jo-Marie Claassen

9.30-10.00

Peter Burian

Translation as Reception, with and against the Imperial Grain

Betine Van Zyl Smit

Penelope in the 21st Century

Alta Schoeman

Cleopatra as the First Imperial CarpetBagger

Gail Solomons

Overcoming the Lexical Barrier: a Case-Study

10.00-10.30

Richard Whitaker & Vuyile Voyiya

A new Southern African Translation of the Iliad with Illustrations

Nikolai Endres

Horses and Heroes: Plato’s Phaedrus and Mary Renault’s The Charioteer

David Van Schoor

Fast Times at Augustan Rome: Personal Time & Historical Time in Ovid

Various

Didactics Colloquium:

Teaching of Myth (Johan Steenkamp) and Making Latin for Law students attractive (Marianne Dircksen)

10.30-11.00

Kathy Coleman

The Classical Heritage in the Works of Douglas Livingstone

Anne Gosling

(Ir)rational Divinity: Antony and Octavian

11.00-11.15 am

TEA/COFFEE in the Beattie Foyer

11.15-1.15 pm

CASA BUSINESS MEETING: Beattie 115

1.30-2.30 pm

LUNCH

in the University Club, Sports Centre, Upper Campus

DELEGATES DEPART

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