Programme for Postgraduate Conference

11am Coffee/registration (Classics Faculty room 1.10)

11.15 Welcome: Professor Paul Cartledge, AG Leventis Professor of Greek
Culture, Faculty of Classics, Cambridge

11.30am-1pm Panel 1: Germany between ancient and modern

Chair: Carol Atack

Charles Clavey (Cambridge, PTIH): The young Nietzsche and
Altertumswissenschaft

Adam Lecznar (UCL, Greek and Latin): Prometheus and the Slaves:
Nietzsche’s Reception of the Ancient Greek State

Helen Roche (Cambridge, Classics): National-Socialist Educators and the
Greek Ideal

1-2pm Lunch (Classics Faculty room 1.10)

2-3.30pm Panel 2: Greece in the Anglophone world

Chair: Helen Roche

Callum Barrell (Cambridge, PTIH): Classical Athens and the mid-Victorian
Political Imagination

Kazutaka Inamura (Cambridge, Classics): A Theory of the Mixed
Constitution in JS Mill on Representative Government

Sofia Alagkiozidou (RHUL, Classics/Philosophy): Ezra Pound’s Women of
Trachis

3.30-4pm Tea

4-5.30pm Panel 3: Thought and imagination

Chair: Professor Paul Cartledge

Luke Richardson (UCL, Greek and Latin/French): Rethinking the Meridian:
The Reception of Greek Thought in Albert Camus’ L’Homme révolté

Ben Temblett (UCL, Greek and Latin): Imagining the Same and the Similar:
Deleuze and the metaphysics of Plato’s use of myth

Carol Atack (Cambridge, Classics): Radicalising the Classical Imaginary:
Cornelius Castoriadis and the École de Paris

5.30-6.30pm Closing informal discussion over drinks

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