dimanche 19 octobre 2014

Les textes médicaux grecs et leur public

Greek Medical Texts and their Audience: Percetion, Transmission, Reception


Friday 12th - Saturday 13th December 2014

SW 1.09, Somerset House East Wing

Strand Campus, King's College London


This event is open to all and free to attend, but booking is required via our Eventbrite page:


Any enquiries please email the organisers: petros.bouras-vallianatos@kcl.ac.uk or sophia.xenofontos@glasgow.ac.uk

Friday 12 December

14.00 Registration

14.15 Introduction

14.30 Session 1

Stavros Kouloumentas (Berlin) Alcmaeon & his addresses: revisiting the preface of a treatise On Nature

Jordi Crespo Saumell (Cagliari) The Anonymus Londinensis & the paideia of the Imperial Period

Michiel Meeusen (Leuven) Solving medical problems 101: an interpretation of Ps.-Alexander of Aphrodisias' Med. puzz. 1, Praef.in light of medical school practice

16.00 Break

16.30 Session 2

Lesley Dean-Jones (UT Austin) Extending the family, the protreptic aim of some Hippocratic treatises

Chiara Thumiger (Berlin) The multiple audiences of the Hippocratic Epidemics

Laurence Totelin (Cardiff) Gone with the wind: laughter & the audience of the Hippocratic treatises

Daniel Bertoni (Miami) A popular history of medicine

Saturday 13 December

09.00 Registration

09.30 Session 3

Antoine Pietrobelli (Reims) Galen's books & friends

Sophia Xenophontos (Glasgow) Philosophical protreptic in Galen's Exhortation to the Study of Medicine: construction of authority & audience response

Maria Luisa Garofalo (Rome) The De Propriis Placitis: evolution & systematisation of medical doctrines in Galen's medical & philosophical testament

Dimitris Karambelas (London) Greek medicine & the law: juristic readings & reception of medical texts in the Imperial Age

11.30 Break

12.00 Session 4

Uwe Vagelpohl (Warwick) The user-friendly Galen: Hunayn ibn Ishāq & the Syro-Arabic translation tradition

Elvira Wakelnig (Vienna) Arabic De Natura Hominis-treatises: their tradition, scope & audience

Katherine van Schaik (Boston, MA) Text-less medical instruction? The evolving role of texts in an experiential profession

Joshua Olsson (Cambridge) Medical tetrads in Medieval Islam

14.00 Lunch

15.30 Session 5

Petros Bouras-Vallianatos (London) Reading Galen in Byzantium

Christophe Erismann (Lausanne) Medicine & philosophy according to Meletius' De Natura hominis

Erika Gielen (Leuven) Physician versus physician: a comparison of On the Constitution of Man by Meletius and On the Nature of Man by Leo Medicus

17.00 Concluding remarks

17.30 Drinks reception

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