The Fear and the Fury: Flyer and Special Event

The definitive programme of The Fear and the Fury: Ancient Violence in Modern Imagination (IMAGINES V) (Turin, 29 Sept. – 1 Oct. ) has been now released. A PDF version can be downloaded here. Abstracts of the papers can be… Continue Reading →

The Fear and the Fury. Official Poster released!

We are very proud to announce the release of our official poster for the 5th Imagines Conference: The Fear and the Fury: Ancient Violence in Modern Imagination. This fantastic and exclusive design is an original work by the torinese illustrator… Continue Reading →

thersites 6, 2017: Advertising Antiquity. Call for Abstracts

thersites. Journal for Transcultural Presences and Diachronic Identities from Antiquity to Date Call for abstracts: thersites #6/2017 Special Issue: Advertising Antiquity The journal thersites. Journal for transcultural presences and diachronic identities to date is planning a special issue, edited by… Continue Reading →

Status Quaestionis 2015 issue on Classical Reception

Status Quaestionis. Rivista di Studi Letterari, Linguistici e Interdisciplinari is an an on-line, open-access peer-reviewed journal edited by the the Department of European, American and Intercultural Studies of Sapienza University of Rome. Issue 8 (2015) of the journal was dedicated to… Continue Reading →

Call for Papers. Imagines V: The Fear and the Fury. Turin, Sept. 2016

Call for papers: International Conference THE FEAR AND THE FURY: ANCIENT VIOLENCE IN MODERN IMAGINATION Imagines V, Università degli Studi di Torino, Turin, September 21st to October 1st 2016. The Fear and the Fury is the fifth international conference organised by the… Continue Reading →

All welcome to IscaPark! Discover the first interactive-game theme park

Join the first role-game theme park ever! On Saturday, November 14, 2015, visitors to Exeter Library will have the chance to visit the UK’s newest theme park (and the first simulated one!), IscaPark. As part of the Being Human Festival,… Continue Reading →

New Imagines Logo!

The new logo aims at integrating in one single design the variety of artistic expressions that shape Imagines. A logo is an image that synthesises a concept. In this case, the challenge was to create a recognising concept that manages… Continue Reading →

Thersites, issue 1: classical reception in the 20th and 21st century

“Thersites. Journal for Transcultural Presences & Diachronic Identities from Antiquity to Date” is a new international online, open access journal dedicated to innovative, transdisciplinary classical studies, with a particular focus in the field of classical receptions, reflecting on Graeco-Roman antiquity… Continue Reading →

New book on the representation of ancient cities in movies

Several members of the Imagines group have contributed to the collective volume Imagining Ancient Cities in Film: From Babylon to Cinecittà, edited by Marta García Morcillo, Pauline Hanesworth and Óscar Lapena Marchena (Routledge, London – New York 2015). This volume offers… Continue Reading →

A new article on the reception of the Empress Theodora

  The new collective volume Transkulturelle Dynamiken: Aktanten – Prozesse – Theorien, edited by Jutta Ernst and Florian Freitag (Transcript, Bielefeld 2014) contains an article by the Imagines member Filippo Carlà (University of Exeter) on “Historische Quellen, literarische Erzählungen, phantasievolle… Continue Reading →

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