CRAVEN SEMINAR "HISTORIOGRAPHY OF ANCIENT GREECE IN A NATIONAL CONTEXT"
 (Cambridge, May 25-28, 1999) At the end of May 1999, the Faculty of Classical Studies of the University of Cambridge hosted a traditional seminar, this time devoted to the problems of national peculiarities of the historiography of ancient Greece. It was organized by the University of Cambridge and the British Academy, and the actual selection of participants was carried out by Paul Cartledge and Peter Gurney. About 20 people took part in it page 237 Participants were invited from Europe, North America, Israel and Japan, and 40-50 interested (judging by the heated discussions) listeners were present during the discussion of each report. A total of 18 reports were heard and discussed. On May 26, six reports were heard. Mary Bird (Cambridge) spoke about the evolution of teaching ancient history in English universities of the Victorian era. Interest was aroused by the analysis of exam tasks for students. Paul Millet (Cambridge) demonstrated Alfred Zimmern's proof methods in his book The Greek Commonwealth. "Cambridge Ancient History" - not only as a historiographical, but also as a cultural and historical phenomenon-was the topic of the report of Peter Rhodes (Durham). Emily Greenwood (Cambridge) told about the rather mysterious history of the Greek name "Eleuthera" of a small island in the West Indies. Alastair Blanchard (Cambridge) spoke about the meaning and use of ancient Greek realities in modern Australia, and Mark. Golden (Winnipeg) - about the study of ancient Greek history in Canada. On May 27, the seminar participants presented six reports. In addition, the seminar participants attended the annual meeting of the Cambridge Philological Society, where Teresa Morgan (Oxford) made a presentation "Exegi monumentum: stone poetry and Culture of the Greek East". Mariko Shikurai (Tokyo) spoke about the study of Attic inscriptions in Japan. Sergey Karpyuk's report (Moscow) was devoted to the perception of the Greek polis in Russian and Soviet historiography. The topic ... Read more
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