Dritte interdisziplinäre und internationale Tagung. Aus dem Ankündigungstext der Veranstalter: „While the Roman conquest was not the beginning of the Iberian Peninsula history, Roman presence in the region profoundly affected the lives of its inhabitants. Those relations left a permanent mark on the Peninsula and the vestiges of Ancient Roman culture still abound not only there, but also in other countries which came under Iberian influence. This issue is still avidly researched and debated by scholars of different fields. (…) We anticipate speeches on such interesting topics as the correlations between Latin and Romance languages, for instance Spanish and Portuguese. Also expected to attend are scholars who will address the issue of, for example, the image of the Peninsula in the Latin literature of the Roman and subsequent periods, as well as the depiction of Ancient Rome as a source of inspiration in Spanish and Portuguese writings. We also extend a warm welcome to historians, art scholars and archeologists, as the remnants of the joint heritage of Rome and Iberia are to be found both in literature and in material culture. We hope that our discussions will give rise to new and interesting research topics to be studied as joint projects. We would like to invite literary scholars, linguists, culture scholars, historians, art historians, archaeologists and other researchers interested in the subject to take part in our interdisciplinary conference. Languages of the conference are Polish, English, Spanish.“
Mögliche Themen, die behandelt werden könnten:
1) The history of the Roman conquest of the Peninsula
2) Political, economic and commercial relations in the ancient times.
3) Mutual linguistic influences.
4) Mutual literary influences and inspirations – such as genres, poetry, topics, topoi and myths.
5) Reception of Roman literature on the Iberian Peninsula and in other Spanish- speaking countries – imitation, continuation and modification of literary patterns
6) Inspirations in art
7) Material culture remains from the Roman times on the Peninsula’s territory
8) Population migrations in the ancient times and subsequent eras
9) Transport and tourism
10) Mutual relations in the field of religion
11) Everyday customs of Romans and their influence on the life of the inhabitants of the Peninsula
12) Reception and validity of ancient Rome’s traditions in the modern culture of the Iberian Peninsula and of other Spanish-speaking countries.
22. bis 23. April 2021
Organisation: Maria Judyta Woźniak (Department of Spanish Studies); Adriana Grzelak-Krzymianowska (Department of Classical Philology)
Veranstaltungsort: virtuell, Microsoft Teams
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