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Luglio 2022

Siracusa Summer Seminar 2022

Luglio 18 - Luglio 29
Exedra Mediterranean Center, Palazzo Francica Nava, via S. Landolina 5
Siracusa, SR 96100 Italy

Siracusa Seminar on Ancient Greek Philosophy July 18 – 29, 2022 The ability to navigate Greek texts enhances our understanding of ancient philosophy and reveals its hidden treasures. “Greek for Philosophers” provides opportunities for scholars of philosophy to cultivate their language skills and engage with the ancient texts, whether they have studied Greek before or not. Phillip Mitsis of NYU will be Guest Professor of the 2022 Siracusa Seminar on Ancient Greek Philosophy, together with Dr. George Gazis, Dr. Chiara…

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Settembre 2022

Survivor’s Guide to Stable Isotope Ecology V

Settembre 10 - Settembre 18
Exedra Mediterranean Center, Palazzo Francica Nava, via S. Landolina 5
Siracusa, SR 96100 Italy
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Saturday 10th - Sunday 18th September 2022 in Siracusa, Sicily, Italy We are happy to announce the new dates for the fifth edition of this residential course dedicated to uncovering the secrets of stable isotope analysis as applied to ecology, designed for researchers and PhD students and all those who want to improve their understanding of the technique. Covid-limitations permitting,  SGSIE 2022 can count once more on a great team of international tutors, including: Dr. Brian Hayden, Stable Isotopes in…

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Ottobre 2022

Homer in Sicily – conference

Ottobre 5 @ 10:00 - Ottobre 8 @ 16:30
Exedra Mediterranean Center, Palazzo Francica Nava, via S. Landolina 5
Siracusa, SR 96100 Italy
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Ulysses and the Sirens by H.J.Draper An Academic Conference and Tour of Ancient Sites Exedra Mediterranean Center Syracuse, Sicily, October 5-8, 2022 (new dates) With a post-conference tour October 9-10 Homeric Thrinacia – our Sicily – is the legendary home of the Cattle of the Sun, the Cyclops, the Laestrygonians, Aeolus, and close neighbor of Skylla and Charybdis. Samuel Butler, in the nineteenth century, memorably theorized that the Odyssey’s author was a young Sicilian woman, glimpsed in the figure of Nausicaa. Otherwise,…

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