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Fellowship posted by Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (14/12/2013 03.01)

Classical myth in the Jesuit theatre

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The research grant will be used to investigate the presence of the classical myth in the Jesuit theatre. Top priority will be given to the edition published in Antwerp in 1634 which is one of the first attempts of 'anthology' by the Company of Jesus. A census will also be carried out on the interest in mythology found in the comment on Seneca's tragedies by the Jesuit Martin Antonio Delrio who published the first editions first in Antwerp (1576) and then in Syntagma tragoediae latinae in tres partes distinctum (1593 and 1594). The research could then be extended to the literary culture of the Jesuits by discovering if manuals, treaties or catalogues of mythological stories still exist in the Bibliotheca Major of the Collegio Romano

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Research Fields

Literature


Programme Description
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Website of Fellowship Programmewww.uniurb.it/assegnidiricerca
Fellowship's Details
Career StageEarly stage researcher or 0-4 yrs (Post graduate)
Research ProfileNot defined
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Application deadline

08/01/2014

Other fellowship details
Fellowship ID

63519

Funding organisation / Contacts
Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo - DISCUM

Public research
Urbino - Italy
www.uniurb.it
E-mails
reclutamento.pdoc@uniurb.it

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