Programme

The conference will take place on the 11th and 12th of January 2016 at St. John’s College, Oxford. The programme timings are listed below; there is also a printable conference programme here.

Monday 11th January

from 10am
Registration

10.30
Welcome

10.40
Emily Troscianko (Oxford), ‘Envisioning Cognitive Futures for the Humanities’

11.30
Douglas Cairns (Edinburgh), ‘Vision, Visualization, and Emotional Contagion: Some Conceptual and Methodological Issues’

12.20pm
Lunch

1.30
Thomas Habinek (USC), ‘Images of Cremation in Classical Latin Poetry’

2.20
Katharine Earnshaw (Oxford), ‘Bodies of Knowledge and Embodied Corpora’

3.10
Coffee

3.40
Verity Platt (Cornell), ‘Cheiropoetics: Embodied Cognition and the Ekphrastic Work of the Hand’

4.20
Felix Budelmann (Oxford), ‘Visualising the Lyric Present’

5.10
Break

5.20
Experiment

6
Reception


Tuesday 12th January

9.20am
Mark Stokes (Oxford), ‘Constructive Vision: A Neuroscience Perspective’

10.10
Nick Lowe (RHUL), ‘The Dreaming Eye’

11
Coffee

11.30
Roy Gibson (Manchester), ‘Selective Visual Attention in Roman Love Elegy’

12.20pm
Luuk Huitink (Heidelberg), ‘Internal Audiences in Homer: Psychonarration or Visuality?’

1.10
Lunch

2.10
Laura Swift (Open University), ‘Visualising Performance in Partheneia’

3
Barney Taylor (Oxford), ‘Visualising Colour in Simile’

3.50
Coffee

4.20
Daryn Lehoux (Queen’s University, Ontario), ‘Knowledge of the Heavenly Causes and the Heavenly Causes of Knowledge in Manilius’

5.10-6
Terence Cave (Oxford), Concluding Thoughts