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Globalizing Ovid: An International Conference in Commemoration of the

Bimillennium of Ovids Death

Guangqi International Center for Scholars of Shanghai Normal University
Guilin Road 100, Xuhui District, Shanghai

May 31June 2, 2017

Jointly sponsored by the Chinese National Social Science Foundation,
Shanghai Normal University, and Dickinson College

Conference Program (tentative)

The official languages for the conference are English and Chinese. An "Ovid Project"
member is appointed as translator for each session in case the need arises for
translation. The abstracts of the papers are available in English.

May 30 (Tuesday)

14:00-18:00 Registration at the Conference Hotels:

Guilin Road #46 or Guilin Road #55

Visit to Shanghai Museum (optional)

18:30 Dinner at Garden Restaurant 518()

May 31 (Wednesday) Conference Center, West Campus

8:00-11:00 Registration and Refreshments

9-9:45 Welcome and Introduction:

Auditorium Jinyu Liu (DePauw University, USA/Shanghai Normal University,
2 China)
Representative from Shanghai Normal University
Fritz-Heiner Mutschler (Universitt Dresden, Germany/Peking
University, China)
9:45-10:45 Plenary Address I
2 Introduction by the Chair: Christopher Francese (Dickinson College,

Laurel Fulkerson (Florida State University, USA), Why Ovid?

Augustanism, Globalization, and the 21st Century

Translator: Jinyu Liu

10:45-11:00 Tea Break

11:00-12:30 Panel 1A (Room #3): Teaching Panel 1B (Room #4): Psychology

Ovid Across Time and Poetics

Chair: Ya-feng Wu (National Chair: Tristan E. Franklinos

Taiwan University, Taiwan) (University of Oxford, UK)
Translator: Kang Zhai (Beijing Translator: Ying Xiong (Shanghai
Normal University, China) Normal University, China)

Xinyao Xiao (University of Michael Fontaine (Cornell

Texas at Austin, USA), University, USA),
Teaching Ovids Amatory Bipolar Ovid?
Poems in the Medieval

Paula James (Open University, Darcy Anne Krasne (University of

UK), Cincinnati, USA),
Statues, Synths and Simulacra: Natus es infelix: Textual
Corporeality, Metapoetry, and the
Teaching Ovid through the
Poetics of Sacrifice in the Prologue
Medium of Mass Culture of Ovids Ibis

Joanne Mira Seo (Yale-NUS Ian Fielding (University of Michigan,

College, Singapore), USA),
Meritocratic Apotheosis and Ovid sans frontires in the
maiestas: Reading Ovids Diplomatic Landscape of Late
Hercules in post-LKY Antiquity

12:30-14:00 Lunch at Waibin Lou (), West Campus

13:30-14:00 Visiting the Guilin Garden (optional)

14:00-15:00 Plenary Address II

2 Introduction by the Chair: Bobby Xinyue (University of Warwick, UK)

John Miller (University of Virginia, USA),

A Globalized Reading of Ovids Creation

15:00-15:15 Tea Break

15:15-16:45 Panel 2A (Room #3): Panel 2B (Room #4):

The Spatial Turn Multimedia Ovid

Chair: Scott Farrington Chair: Hendrikus A.M. van Wijlick

(Dickinson College, USA) (Peking University, China)
Translator: Lili Tang (Shanghai Translator: Kang Zhai (Beijing
Normal University, China) Normal University, China)

Torben Behm (University of Gianmarco Bianchini (Sapienza

Rostock, Germany), University of Rome, Italy and
locus est et nomen et index University of Toronto, Canada),
Cities, Boundaries, and the Ovidius epigraphicus. The
Outside in Ovids Contribution of the Epigraphic
Metamorphoses Tradition to the Reconstruction of
the Ovidian Text

Robert Kirstein (University of Dvid Bartus and Lszl Borhy

Tbingen, Germany), (Etvs Lornd University,
Time, Space, and Gender in Hungary),
Ovids Tale of Hermaphroditus OVIDIUS NOSTER: A caricaturistic
(Met. 4.271-388) portrait of Ovid from Brigetio
(Komrom-Szny, Hungary)

Nandini Pandey (University of Sven Gnther (Institute for the

Wisconsin-Madison, USA), History of Ancient Civilizations,
Quod Defuit Orbi: The Hidden Northeast Normal University,
Topography and Tragedy Changchun, China),
of World Domination in Ars More than a Mere Illustration!? The
Amatoria 1 Legal Language in Ovids Remedia

18:00 Dinner at Garden Restaurant 518()

17:30 Performance by the Music School of Shanghai Normal University


June 1 (Thursday) Conference Center, West Campus

9:00-10:00am Plenary Address III

2 Introduction by the Chair: Steven Green

Alison Sharrock (University of Manchester, UK),

Identity Politics: Women and Men, Reading and Texts
Translator: Jinyu Liu

10:00-10:15 Tea Break

10:15-11:45 Panel 3A (Room #3): Panel 3 B (Room #4):

Amor across cultures Textual traditions and criticism

Chair: Thomas Jerome Chair: Darja terbenc Erker,

Sienkewicz (Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin,
(Monmouth College, USA) Germany)
Translator: Kai Kang (Shanghai Translator: Bailiang Ma (Shanghai
Normal University, China) Normal University, China)

Erika Zimmermann Damer Christian Lehmann

(University of Richmond, USA), (University of Southern California,
Misreading and Rereading: the USA), Ovid and the Tradition of
Body in Bad Faith in Amores Consolatio
Book II

Caleb Dance (Washington and Eleni Ntanou (University of

Lee University, USA), Laughing Manchester, UK), Musae Ambo: A
at the Boundaries of Genre in New Approach to Pastoral Poetry in
Ovids Amores Ovids Metamorphoses

Elizabeth Marie Young Sergios Paschalis (Havard

(Wellesley College, USA), Love University, USA), The Fall of Troy
is Fate, Love is Fire: and the Fall of Thebes: An
Conceptual Metaphors for Love Ovidian Reenactment of Virgils
in Ovids Metamorphoses Laocoon and Sinon Episodes

12:00-13:30 Lunch at Waibin Lou (), West Part of SHNU Campus

13:30-15:00 Panel 4A (Room #3): Ovidian Panel 4B (Room #4):

reception of earlier literature Metamorphoses
and intertextuality

Chair: Sven Gnther (Institute Chair: Fritz Heiner Mutschler

for the History of Ancient (Dresden University, Germany)
Civilizations, Northeast Normal Translator: Chenye Shi (Stanford
University, Changchun, China) University, USA)
Translator: Zhongxiao Wang
(Fudan University, China)

Hans Bernsdorff Patrick J. Finglass (University of

(Johann Wolfgang Goethe- Nottingham, UK),
Universitt), Ovids Ino: Fresh Intertextuality
Blowin in the Wind Ovids from a Recent Papyrus
Story of the Invention of the
Syrinx (Met. 1.689712) and a
New Version of Hermes
Invention of the Lyre

Paola Gagliardi (Universit Mikhail V. Shumilin (The Russian

degli Studi della Basilicata, Presidential Academy of National
Italy), Economy and Public Administration,
The Triumph in Ovid between Russia),
Literary Tradition and Augustan The First Books of Ovids
Propaganda Metamorphoses as Unities and the
Hesiodic Genealogical Model

Steven Green (UCL/ Yale- Stephan S. Renker (University of

NUS), Ovidian Intertextuality: Hamburg, Germany),
Reading and Rereading with Transformations at Troy: On the
the Hydra Reception of Ovids
Metamorphoses in Quintus
Smyrnaeus Posthomerica
15:00-15:20 Tea Break

15:20-16:50 Reception of Ovid in Twentieth Century China and Roundtable on

Auditorium Translating Ovid into Chinese with Commentaries
Introduction by the Chair: Wei Zhang (Fudan University, China)

Zhi Zhang (Xiamen University, China), Ovid and Qian Zhongshu

Discussions by the "Ovid Project" members (Sven Gnther, Kai Kang,

Jinyu Liu, Chenye Shi, Zhongxiao Wang, Yue Wang, Bobby Xinyue,
Ying Xiong, Xiaoxu Xu, Shaoxiang Yan, Kang Zhai, Yingchao Zhu)

18:30 Dinner at Kranjanek Czech Beer Brewery

20:00 Huangpu River Cruise (optional)

June 2 (Friday) Conference Center, West Campus

9:00-10:00 Plenary Address V

2 Introduction by the Chair: Wei Zhang (Fudan University, China)

Gareth Williams (Columbia University, USA), Secondary Exile and

Ovids Retreat from Language in his Tristia and Epistulae ex Ponto

10:00-10:15 Tea Break

10:15-12:30 Panel 5A (Room #3): Panel 5B (Room #4): Panel 5C (Waibin Lou
Memory, Empire, and Ovid and the 101): Visualizing Ovid
Exilic Psychology Augustan Era Again

Chair: Ian Fielding Chair: Michael Chair: Ftima Dez

(University of Fontaine (Cornell Platas (Universidad
Michigan) University, USA) de Santiago de
Translator: Chenye Translator: Zhongxiao Compostela, Spain)
Shi (Stanford Wang (Fudan Translator: Yingchao
University, USA) University, China) Zhu (University of
Pennsylvania, USA)

Tristan E. Franklinos Lucy Nicholas (Kings Patricia Meiln

(University of Oxford, College London), (University of
UK), The fasti in Ovids Calculated Santiago de
Exile: the Reception Ambiguity Compostela, Spain),
of Ovid's Calendar in Ovid Visualized
His Exilic Poetry through Three Copies
of Antoine Vrards
Bible des petes

Andreas N. Darja terbenc Erker, Joyce Denney

Michalopoulos (Humboldt-Universitt (Fashion Institute of
(National and zu Berlin, Germany), Technology, USA),
Kapodistrian Augustus Religion in Ovid's Trojan War
University of Athens, Ovid's Fasti Comes to China:
Greece), siquis Episodes from
adhuc istic meminit Metamorphoses in a
Nasonis adempti (Tr. Set of Chinese
3.10.1): Embroidered
Memory and Oblivion Hangings of the
in Ovids Exilic 1620s

11:15-11:30 Tea Break

Hendrikus A.M. van Timothy Brannelly Thomas Jerome

Wijlick (Peking (University of Virginia, Sienkewicz
University, China), USA), Jupiter and (Monmouth College,
Governance and Juno: Divine USA), Ovids
Social Relations in Competition in Ovids Metamorphoses on
the Lower Danube Fasti 18th-Century Chinese
Region: Ovids Exile Porcelain
Poetry and Attitudes
towards Cotys and
Various Ethnic
Groups on the
Periphery of the
Roman Empire

Ching-Yuan Wu Matthew M. Ftima Dez Platas

(University of McGowan (Fordham and Nerea Senra
Pennsylvania, USA), University), Ovid (Universidad de
Ovids Shrine in Speaks in Exile Santiago de
Tomis: Formation (Labhrann ivid ar Compostela, Spain),
and Significance deoraocht): the Irish Ovidian Myth in
Language Poetry of Disguise: on Three
Cathal Searcaigh Engravings of a XVIIth
and Ovids Exilic Century Flemish
Voice Edition of the
(extra time for the
Ovidius Pictus project)

12:30-14:00 Lunch at Waibin Lou (), West Part of SHNU Campus

14:00-15:00 Plenary Address VI

2 Introduction by the Chair: Marc Mastrangelo (Dickinson College,

Frank Coulson (Ohio State University, USA), The Reception of Ovid

in the High Middle Ages and Renaissance: New Manuscript

Translator: Kai Kang (Shanghai Normal University, China)

15:00-15:15 Tea Break

15:15-16:45 Panel 6A (Room #3): Panel 6B (Room #4): Post-classical Ovid II

Post-classical Ovid I

Chair: Joanne Mira Chair: Stephan Renker (University of Hamburg,

Seo (Yale-NUS Germany)
College, Singapore) Translator: Yingchao Zhu (University of
Translator: Kai Kang Pennsylvania, USA)
(Shanghai Normal
University, China)

Antonio Ziosi Mathura

(University of Umachandran and
Bologna), Marlowes Stephen Blair
Dido and the (Princeton
Metamorphoses of University), Yko
the Aeneid Tawadas Opium
fr Ovid
Zhai Kang Jean Alvares
(Beijing Normal (Montclair State
University), The University), Ovids
Hero of Better Japanese Inflection.
Fortitude: Miltons Air Doll (2009)
Ovidian Christ

Ya-feng Wu Jacek Hajduk,

(National Taiwan (Jagiellonian
University), Keatss University, Poland),
Ovidian Vision: Ovid in East-Central
Metamorphosis, Europe
Mythography and

16:45-17:00 Tea Break

17:00-18:00 Concluding Address

2 Introduction by the Chair: Shaoxiang Yan (Capital Normal University,

Christopher Francese (Dickinson College, USA)

Respondent: Lisa Mignone (Brown University, USA)

19:00 Farewell Dinner: Yuliu Restaurant

Organizational Committees

Heng Chen (Shanghai Normal University)
Christopher Francese (Dickinson College)
Jinyu Liu (DePauw University/Shanghai Normal University)

Abstract Review Committee:

Christopher Francese (Dickinson College, USA)
Laurel Fulkerson (Florida State University, USA)
Steven Green (Yale-NUS, Singapore)
Jinyu Liu (DePauw University/Shanghai Normal University, USA/China)
Lisa Mignone (Brown University, USA)
Bobby Xinyue (University of Warwick, UK)
Wei Zhang (Fudan University, China)

Programming and Designing Personnel:

Kai Kang (Shanghai Normal University)
Jinyu Liu (DePauw University/Shanghai Normal University, USA/China)
Ying Xiong (Shanghai Normal University)

Support Team:
Hanfeng Jiao (Shanghai Normal University)
Xiaoling Liu (Shanghai Normal University)
Bailiang Ma (Shanghai Normal University)
Yi Mu (Shanghai Normal University)
Kai Ni (Shanghai Normal University)
Chenye Shi (Stanford University)
Lili Tang (Shanghai Normal University)
Zhongxiao Wang (Fudan University)
Shanshan Wu (Shanghai Normal University)
Han Yang (Shanghai Normal University)
Kang Zhai (Beijing Normal University)
Yingchao Zhu (University of Pennsylvania)
With special thanks to Mr. Rong Ren and Mrs. Xiulin Xiao at the Dean's
Office of the Humanities and Communication College of Shanghai Normal University,
and Professor Zhong Shi , Dean of the Music School (SHNU). Thanks are also due
to Miss Carla Cobb of DePauw University for organizing the abstract submissions, and
Mr. Ruobao Li (SHNU) for technological support.

Contact info:
Or Jinyu Liu at; (after May)