Tag: Hindermann Judith

Glitter in Poetry

Judith Hindermann and Raphael Schwitter will speak on late Latin poetry and Sidonius in particular at the upcoming conference “Light and Splendour: precious metal as a medium of ritual and social interaction in Late Antiquity”, in Basel (hybrid) on 20-22 January.

From the programme:
20 January
16:00–17:00 Light and splendour in literature

PD Dr. Raphael Schwitter, Bonn
Words of gold and silver: iconic and symbolic mimesis of precious metal in Late Antique poetry

Dr. Judith Hindermann, Basel
A new splendour: the recusatio of precious materials in Sidonius Apollinaris’ letters
and poems

17:00–17:30 Discussion

For in-person attendance email to annemarie.kaufmannATunibas.ch
Zoom: https://unibas.zoom.us/s/68889057751

Hindermann and Onorato on Epigrams

Judith Hindermann and Marco Onorato have contributed to the new volume Luciana Furbetta and Céline Urlacher-Becht (eds), Les “lieux” de l’épigramme tardive: vers un élargissement du genre, RET Supplement 8, 2020, with essays on Sidonius’ epigrams.

Hindermann, ‘La lettre comme lieu de publication des épigrammes: les épigrammes dans les épîtres de Sidoine Apollinaire et leur modèle Pline le Jeune’, 75-96

Onorato, ‘Presenza dell’epigramma greco e ibridismo programmatico nel carme 15 di Sidonio Apollinare’, 157-88.

See the Bibliography for 2020 and the ToC of the entire volume on the THAT/RET webpage.

Letter and Epigram

Conference: Brief und Epigramm: Bezüge und Wechselwirkungen zwischen zwei Textsorten in Antike und Mittelalter

Judith Hindermann (Universität Basel)
Grabepigramm und Trauerbrief: Plinius der Jüngere, Ausonius und Sidonius Apollinaris

Margot Neger (Universität Salzburg)
Epigrammatische Einlagen in den Nachrufen auf Literaten bei Sidonius Apollinaris (Epist. 4.11 und 8.11)