Live Webcast: CHS Research Symposium

Join us on Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26 for a live webcast of the Center for Hellenic Studies Research Symposium. The stream will be available at rtsp://, viewable with VLC Media Player or Quicktime 7. To connect via VLC, go to File > Open Network and paste the link into the URL field. For Quicktime 7, go to File > Open URL and paste in the link.

Have questions for the presenters? Send questions and comments via the online form or via the chat room.

Friday, April 25

Session 1, 11:00am-12:30pm (EDT)

“Prevention or Cure? Tax Exemptions in a Warfare Context: Miletos and the Low Valley of the Meander (early 2nd C. BCE)”
Aurélie Carrara, Université de Rouen and UMR 5607 Ausonius, CNRS-Bordeaux

“Trojan War by Homer: Retaliation, Narrative Order and Cretan Focus”
Graciela Zecchin de Fasano, Universidad Nacional de La Plata

“Hellenistic Information in China”
Juping Yang, Nankai University

Session 2, 2:00-3:30pm (EDT)

“Early Reperformances of Drama in the Fifth Century”
Anna Lamari, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

“Οὐ τὸ νικᾶν ἀλλὰ τὸ εὖ ἀγωνίζεσθαι: Playing to Win or to Show Off? Itinerant Artists Performing in Unconventional ἀγῶνες in Some Decrees from Delphi (III-I BC)”
Angela Cinalli, Sapienza-University of Rome

“What Thumb’s Handbook Tells Us About the Development of Contemporary Greek”
Mark Janse, Ghent University and Brian Joseph, The Ohio State University

Session 3, 4:00-5:30pm (EDT)

“Leisure Rules in Archaic Greece: Legislation on Inebriation and Foul Play in Literary and Epigraphic Sources”
Elena Martín González, Institute of Historical Research, National Hellenic Research Foundation

“Plato and Xenophon on Friendship: A Comparative Study (Plato, Lysis and Xenophon, Memorabilia 2.6)”
Melina Tamiolaki, University of Crete

“The Tyrant’s Network: Appearances of Characters in the Letters of Phalaris
Emeline Marquis, UMR 8546 “Archéologie et Philologie  d’Orient et d’Occident”, CNRS-ENS, Paris

Saturday, April 26

Session 4, 11:00am-12:30pm (EDT)

“Placing the Muses: Eumelus, fragments 34-35 (West)”
Christos Tsagalis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Chronos, Kronos, and the Kronion Hill: the Spatialization of Time in Pindar’s Olympian 10
Maria Pavlou, Open University of Cyprus

“Reclining with Callinus and Tyrtaeus: Martial Elegy in the Symposion”
Vanessa Cazzato, Radboud University