Monthly Archives: September 2020

Workshop on Translation and Classical Reception

At the three-day workshop below, I am speaking on Phoebe Giannisi’s performative “somatic philology” as applied to Archilochus. Translation & Classical Reception Studies: Workshop 2 (by invitation) Richard Armstrong & Alexandra Lianeri:  Organizers’ Introduction Our first workshop took place in … Continue reading

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Trivia games at the Times Literary Supplement

Who reads the TLS?  Who bothers with a weekly edited by the Stig Abells of British publishing?* I do not refer to the small minority of people from the periphery, like me, who are interested in ways in which a … Continue reading

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Piano recitals (2)

Some recitals offer an anthology of great autonomous works from the canonical repertoire.  Others place works in a sequence to narrate the grand story of a composer, genre, or tradition.  A more recent kind of recital assembles a variety of … Continue reading

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