The third Bruno Snell-Symposium presents interdisciplinary contributions that place Antiquity in a modern framework. The central theme is performance. This involves presenting the Ancient World in a number of different historical and cultural contexts and presentational media beyond the environment of the stage. The starting point for the ten papers is Greek theatre. They cover a broad spread of classical philology, archaeology, English and Romance languages, and literature studies up to the present day.
Gerhard Lohse, Universität Hamburg; Martin Schierbaum, Universität Lüneburg.
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