Am y rhaglen yn Gymraeg, cliciwch yma.

 

Thursday 7th June

 

10 am – Registration opens

 

1.30-3.30 pm – Panel 1: Uses of Time in the Myth of Ages

 

Ruth Parkes – The Movement of Time in Claudian (abstract)

Jeffrey Ulrich – Cyclical Time and the Returning Golden Age on Roman Imperial Coinage (abstract)

Catherine Rozier – Chronology and Identity: Hesiod’s Myth of the Races (abstract)

 

4-5.30 pm – Panel 2: Personified Time

 

Maria Pavlou – Time in the foundation myths of Pindar’s Olympian 10 and Pythian 4. (abstract)

Giorgio Campi – Chronos Apeiros: Zurvān and Zurvanism in pre-Sasanian Greek sources (abstract)

 

5.30-6.30 pm – Reception

 

 

Friday 8th June

 

9-10.30 am – Panel 3: Time in Orphic Creation

 

Fiona Mitchell   – Bodies as a Measures of Time in the Orphic Theogonies (abstract)

Anna Furlan – The (Re)creative Figure of the Orphic Zeus (abstract)

 

10.30-11 am – Tea and Coffee

 

11 am-1 pm – Panel 4: Greek Philosophy and Cyclical Time

 

Christopher Star – The Greeks Are Always Young: Catastrophe and Chronology in Plato’s Late Dialogues (abstract)

Chiara Ferella – The Chronography of Empedocles’ Cosmic Cycle (abstract)

Ondrej Krasa – Time and Creation in the Timaeus (abstract)

 

1-2 pm – Lunch

 

2-4pm – Panel 5: Time in the Creation Narratives of the Ancient Near East

 

Ivo Martins – Creation and Recreation: Linear and Cyclical time in Akkadian texts from the First Millennium B.C.E. (abstract)

Irene Plantholt – A Life Divine. Deities and Their Course of Life in Ancient Mesopotamian Creation Narratives (abstract)

Gina Konstanopoulos – The Shifting Topographies of Time in Mesopotamian Myth (abstract)

 

7 pm – Conference Dinner

 

 

Saturday 9th June

 

9-10.30 am – Panel 6: Time in ancient Greek and Indian Narratives

 

Nick Allen – Rotation and temporality in some Indo-European mythologies (abstract)

David Hodgekinson – Time, the Ages and Human Action: A Comparison of the Greco-Roman and Indian Approaches (abstract)

 

10.30-11 am – Tea and Coffee

 

11 am-1 pm – Panel 7: Time and beginnings in Judeo-Christian texts

 

David Worsley – The Fall of Lucifer and the Beginning of Time (abstract)

Yontan Finegold – The Conceptual Frameworks the Biblical Creation Myths Set Forth (abstract)

Andrew Hopkins – Modifying Moses: The Demise of 19th Century Attempts to Harmonise the Genesis Creation Narrative with Geological Time and Chronology (abstract)