Conflicting Chronologies in the Pre-modern World Conference, 4-5 October 2018

Conflicting Chronologies in the Pre-modern World:
Measuring Time from Antiquity to the Middle Ages and Renaissance

 

4-5 October 2018 (olim 4-6 October)


Draft conference programme

Conference website

The keynote speakers are Stephen Heyworth (University of Oxford), Responses to Caesar's Calendar in Vergil, Ovid, and the inscribed Fasti, and Roy Liuzza (University of Tennessee), Well-tempered instruments – measuring and marking the hours of the day in Early Medieval England.
 
For more information contact the conference organisers Helen Dixon (UCD School of Classics) and Rebecca Stephenson (UCD School of English Drama Film) at ConflictingChronologies@gmail.com

 
Venue

UCD Humanities Institute Ireland, University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
Instititúid don Léann Daonna UCD, An Coláiste Ollscoile, Baile Átha Clíath, Poblacht na hÉireann. (Get directions)


Sponsors

The conference is generously supported by the UCD College of Arts and Humanities, the Humanities Institute of Ireland, and the School of Classics.