A one-day conference organised by Karen Caines, with support from Trinity College Oxford, to address a still under-explored area. The conference will address the broader context and examine Byron’s engagement with individual Latin authors and works.
9.30am: Registration and coffee
10am: Fiona Macintosh (Oxford), Welcome and Chair of Session 1
10.05am: Sir Drummond Bone (Oxford), Introduction
10.30am: Jonathan Sachs (Concordia University, Montreal), ‘Byron and the Literary Lower Empire’
Session 2: Chair, Stephen Harrison (Oxford)
11.45am: Karen Caines (Oxford), ‘Translation’s servile trade’
12.30pm: William St. Clair (London), ‘Lord Byron and Francis Hodgson, co-authors’
Session 3: Chair, Stephen Minta (York)
2.15pm: Anna Camilleri (Oxford), ‘Byron’s Juvenal’
3pm: Timothy Webb (Bristol), ‘Byron’s Binoculars: Horace Re-visioned’
Session 4: Chair, Sir Drummond Bone (Oxford)
4.15pm: Mirka Horová (Charles University, Prague), ‘Byron’s Lucretian Clinamen’
5pm: Bernard Beatty (Liverpool and St Andrews), Reflections on the day.
5.30pm: Drinks reception
Registration will be £15 (student concessions £10) and this will include buffet lunch, refreshments, and a drinks reception.