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Dr. Luca Sansone di Campobianco

luca.sansone@unibo.it

 

+8615658672925

 

 

Education and Training

 

 

2008 Ph.D. in History and Cultural Studies

Department of Ancient History and Anthropology, Università degli Studi di Bologna (IT)

Department of Classics, Columbia University (NY) (visiting scholarship)

 

2003 MA in Classics

Università degli studi di Bologna (ΙΤ)

 

Teaching & Research Profile

Teaching areas of expertise:

- History and Anthropology (with a specialisation in European Mediterranean Cultures)

- Philosophy (with a specialisation in Ancient Philosophy)

- European Languages (with a specialisation in Latin and Ancient Greek Literatures and Cultures)

Research Areas of Interests:

- History and Anthropology: Ancient Greek Culture

- Philosophy: Plato and the Pre-Socratics; Aristotle and Semiotics

 

Grants and Fellowships

2011 Ph.D. Classics departmental scholarship, University of Leeds (UK)

2006  Departmental funding for independent research (theory of communication at the Departamento de Periodismo, Universidad de Sevilla (ES)

2006  Visiting Scholarship at the Department of Classics, Columbia University (NY)

2005  Ph.D. Italian State Scholarship

 

Employment history

2017 – present: Instructor in Western Culture and thought at Wenzhou University (CN)

2016 – 2017: English instructor at ‘George English’ Training Centre, Yueqin, (CN)

2015 – 2016: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of KwaZulu-Natal (SA), Department of Classics

2013 – 2015: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Johannesburg (SA), Department of Greek and   Latin Studies

2011 – 2012: Language instructor for Latin and Greek at the University of Leeds (UK), Department of Classics

2008 – 2011: Senior Researcher at the Università degli Studi di Bologna, Department of Ancient History

 

Publications

2017 ‘The frame of mind of eutaxia’ in Evans, R. (ed.) Mass and Elite in the Greek and Roman World, London: Routledge, in Acta Classica (ISI) 1-12.

2016 ‘Clothing the self in metaphor: the Spartan phoinikis as sign of double identity’ in Noch M.L. & Harlow & M. Fanfani, G. (eds.) Interdisciplinary studies in textile and dress in Antiquity, Oxford: Oxbow, 179 – 194.

2016 ‘Fissando lo sguardo sul bronzo’ RSA 46, 2016, 23-35.

2016 ‘Gazing at the Tabula Banasitana’: an example of metaphorical code?’ in Zacharopolou E. & Hendrickx, B & Sansaridou, T. (eds) The Afro-Byzantine and Greco-African world, Johannesburg: University of Johannesburg (forthcoming).

‘The moral nature of the ΟΠΛΙΤΙΧΗ ΤΕΧΝΗ’ Akroterion 59, 29-46 (2014)

‘Notes on Xenophon’s vocabulary: an enquiry on the concepts of courage and discipline’ RSA 44, 23-35 (2014).

Linguaggi di immortalità nella Sparta arcaica, Bologna: Patron (2011).

‘Note su di un Lica Spartano: il figlio di Archesilao ed il Benefacente’ RSA 40, 51-65 (2010).

‘Riflessioni sulla nascita della falange Spartana’ in RSA 39, 85-110 (2009).

‘Argo in lotta, frammenti di storia argiva fra il 475 e il 460 a.C.’ RSA 38, 17-43 (2008).

‘Analisi di un mito: l’identità di Perseo’ RSA 33, 41-65 (2003).

 

Selected conferences

“On oracles and free will: the case of Perseus the fated murderer” at 16th UNISA international colloquium: Mass & Elite in Antiquity” Jul. 2015 (SA)

“Perseus the good-fella” at CASA northern branch meeting, Oct. 2014. (conference organizer)

“When everyone has to be an élite: forcing self-sacrifice through (false) egalitarianism” at 14th UNISA international colloquium: Mass & Elite in Antiquity” Oct. 2013 (SA).

“Brad the Orchestes, AKA Achilleus the Dancer” at “30th biennial conference of the Classical Association of South Africa” July 2013 (SA).

“The body of the hero: a metaphorical place for struggle” at CASA northern branch meeting” Sept. 2013

“Clothing the self in Purple: a Spartan metaphor for (double) identity” at “Spinning Fates and the Song of the Loom: the use of textiles, clothing and cloth production as metaphor, symbol and narrative device in Greek and Latin literature” June 2012 at The Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, Copenhagen (DN).

 

Teaching Experience:

 

Wenzhou University:

The Art of Public Speaking: public speech course for BA students

Western Thought Classics: course on the Classics of Western Culture and Thought for BA students

Western Civilisation I: course on European Civilisation (800BCE – 1600CE) for MA students

University of KwaZulu-Natal:

Introduction to Ancient Philosophy: Language course for MA students

Introduction to Ancient Anthropology: Anthropology course BA students

Classic Civilisation (Rome): General course on Roman civilisation for BA year students

Classic Civilisation (Greece): General course on Ancient Greek civilisation for BA students

University of Johannesburg:

- The philosophical language of Lucretius’ De Rerum Natura: Latin Language & Literature for MA students 

- The myth of Perseus and Theseus: Ancient History and Athenian Culture for MA students

- Apuleius’ Golden Ass: 1st AD Latin Literature and Culture for BA students

University of Leeds:

- Advanced Latin III: Latin Language for BA year students (under Dr. Steven Green).

- Ancient Greek crash course II: Greek Language for MA students (under Dr. Elizabeth Pender)

- Research and Enquiry: Advisor to BA students

Università degli Studi di Bologna:

- The ‘we code’: language and bilingualism in Antiquity: Ancient History & Philosophy for MA students

- The language of myth and politics in Ancient Greece: Ancient History & Anthropology for BA students


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