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Women’s Ritual Competence in the Ancient Mediterranean

Women’s Ritual Competence in the Ancient Mediterranean April 25–27, 2014 Bates College, Lewiston, Maine New Commons

April 25–27, 2014

Bates College, Lewiston, Maine

New Commons 221/222

Questions? Please contact lmaurizi@bates.edu

With generous support from

TheCostas andMary MaliotisCharitableFoundationFund

DAY I – Friday, April 25

1:45

Welcome and Opening Remarks, Lisa Maurizio, Bates College

The Semiotics of Material Objects (Moderator) Esther Eidinow, University of Nottingham, UK

2:00

Materiality and Ritual Competence: Insights from Women’s Prayer Typology in Homer

Andromache Karanika, University of California, Irvine, USA

3:00

The Forgotten Things: Women, Rituals and Community in Western Sicily (8th–6th centuries BC)

Meritxell Ferrer, Stanford University, USA

4:30

Women, Ritual and Textiles in Greek Sanctuaries in the second half of the 1st Millenium BC

Cecilie Brons, National Museum of Denmark and Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, DK

7:30

Symbolic ritualization of reproduction/ reproductive anxieties in alien abduction narratives

Stephanie Kelley Romano, Bates College, Mays Center

DAY II – Saturday, April 26

Time and Community (Moderator) Jennifer Kosak, Bowdoin College, USA

9:00

Bitter constraint? Penelope’s web, and ‘season due’

Laurie O’Higgins, Bates College

10: 15 Silent Mourners: Terracotta Statues and Death Rituals in Canusium

Tiziana D’Angelo, Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA Maya Muratov, Adelphi University, USA

Women, Death Ritual and Social Memory in Classical Athens

Laura McClure, University of Wisconsin, USA

11:15

Center and Periphery (Moderator) Deborah Lyons, Miami University of Ohio, USA

2:00

Delphic Oracles: Occasional Verse and Ritual Competence

Lisa Maurizio, Bates College, USA

3:00

The Lone Man in ‘A League of their Own’, and ‘Light My Fire’: Two Aspects of Women and Sacri ce

Mat Carbon, Université de Liège, BE

4:30

Why was the Festival of the Athenian Haloa celebrated?

Matthew Dillon, University of New England, AU

DAY III – Sunday, April 27

Embodied Ritual (Moderator) Matthew Dillon, University of New England, AU

9:00

Owners of Their Own Bodies: Greek Women’s Competence in Reproduction Rituals

Irene Salvo, Royal Holloway University and Gerda Henkel Foundation, UK

10:15

A Cutting Prophet

Bert Lott, Vassar College, USA

11:15

Magical Action and the Ritual Competence of ‘Victimhood’

Esther Eidinow, University of Nottingham, UK

1:15

Current Trends and Future Directions in the Study of Women, Religion and Classics

Bonnie MacLachlan, Emeritus Professor, University of Western Ontario, CA

Organized by Matthew Dillon, University of New England AU, Esther Eidinow, University of Nottingham, UK and Lisa Maurizio, Bates College with the Program in Classical and Medieval Studies.

Women’s Ritual Competence in the Ancient Mediterranean

Women’s Ritual Competence in the Ancient Mediterranean April 25–27, 2014 Bates College, Lewiston, Maine New Commons

April 25–27, 2014

Bates College, Lewiston, Maine

New Commons 221/222

Questions? Please contact lmaurizi@bates.edu

With generous support from

TheCostas andMary MaliotisCharitableFoundationFund

DAY I – Friday, April 25

1:45

Welcome and Opening Remarks, Lisa Maurizio, Bates College

The Semiotics of Material Objects (Moderator) Esther Eidinow, University of Nottingham, UK

2:00

Materiality and Ritual Competence: Insights from Women’s Prayer Typology in Homer

Andromache Karanika, University of California, Irvine, USA

3:00

The Forgotten Things: Women, Rituals and Community in Western Sicily (8th–6th centuries BC)

Meritxell Ferrer, Stanford University, USA

4:30

Women, Ritual and Textiles in Greek Sanctuaries in the second half of the 1st Millenium BC

Cecilie Brons, National Museum of Denmark and Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, DK

7:30

Symbolic ritualization of reproduction/ reproductive anxieties in alien abduction narratives

Stephanie Kelley Romano, Bates College, Mays Center

DAY II – Saturday, April 26

Time and Community (Moderator) Jennifer Kosak, Bowdoin College, USA

9:00

Bitter constraint? Penelope’s web, and ‘season due’

Laurie O’Higgins, Bates College

10: 15 Silent Mourners: Terracotta Statues and Death Rituals in Canusium

Tiziana D’Angelo, Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA Maya Muratov, Adelphi University, USA

Women, Death Ritual and Social Memory in Classical Athens

Laura McClure, University of Wisconsin, USA

11:15

Center and Periphery (Moderator) Deborah Lyons, Miami University of Ohio, USA

2:00

Delphic Oracles: Occasional Verse and Ritual Competence

Lisa Maurizio, Bates College, USA

3:00

The Lone Man in ‘A League of their Own’, and ‘Light My Fire’: Two Aspects of Women and Sacri ce

Mat Carbon, Université de Liège, BE

4:30

Why was the Festival of the Athenian Haloa celebrated?

Matthew Dillon, University of New England, AU

DAY III – Sunday, April 27

Embodied Ritual (Moderator) Matthew Dillon, University of New England, AU

9:00

Owners of Their Own Bodies: Greek Women’s Competence in Reproduction Rituals

Irene Salvo, Royal Holloway University and Gerda Henkel Foundation, UK

10:15

A Cutting Prophet

Bert Lott, Vassar College, USA

11:15

Magical Action and the Ritual Competence of ‘Victimhood’

Esther Eidinow, University of Nottingham, UK

1:15

Current Trends and Future Directions in the Study of Women, Religion and Classics

Bonnie MacLachlan, Emeritus Professor, University of Western Ontario, CA

Organized by Matthew Dillon, University of New England AU, Esther Eidinow, University of Nottingham, UK and Lisa Maurizio, Bates College with the Program in Classical and Medieval Studies.