Cupid and Psyche Conference Recordings
Recordings will be posted online after the conference HERE and will not include the following Q&A session.
Virtual delegates will have their name and affiliation added to the conference delegate list (if desired) and will receive a password by email as soon as the talks are all uploaded to the secure page after the conference.
Samples of talks with supporting materials to give an example of how the site will function are:
Regine May’s talk Bewitching? The Journey of Apuleius’ Witch Meroe through English Literature
Emma Stafford’s talk Hercules’ Choice: from Ancient Greece to Temple Newsam.
A range of materials associated with the reception of Apuleius’ Cupid and Psyche (some of which were talked about at the conference) are available as an online resource as a result of Regine May’s Cupid and Psyche Project. See, Facets of Apuleius’ Golden Ass in the Brotherton Special Collections.
You might be interested in the free journal Ancient Narrative, which also hosts the Petronian Society Newsletter. If you register as a reader, you will be notified whenever a new article or news item appears. Click here or on the logo to go to the Ancient Narrative website.
You might be interested in the new title from Barkhuis, Splendide Mendax: Rethinking Fakes and Forgeries in Classical, Late Antique, and Early Christian Literature, by Edmund P. Cueva and Javier Martínez (Eds.).