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IGCGC 2017 : International Graduate Conference in Greek Comedy, in honour of Dr Angus Bowie

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Link: http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/event-reader/events/greekcomedy.html
 
When May 20, 2017 - May 21, 2017
Where 66 St Gilles, Oxford UK
Submission Deadline Dec 24, 2016
Categories    classics   greek   comedy   literature
 

Call For Papers

PhD/DPhil (primarily) and Ma/MPhil/Mst students in Classics, Linguistics, Theatre Studies, or Ancient History and Archaeology with relevant specialization are invited to submit abstracts (200-300 words) of papers for twenty-minute presentations. To help us estimate the number of places, please register your interest to submit in advance, as early as possible (greekcomedy@classics.ox.ac.uk). Any aspect, period and/or poet of ancient Greek Comedy are welcome. Abstracts should be submitted by 24th December 2016 to the same email address. Include your name, institution, programme and year of study, thesis topic, and name of academic supervisor.

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