Colloque “Lactating Breasts: Motherhood and Breastfeeding in Antiquity and Byzantium”

Colloque hybride avec présentation sur Zoom.

Dates : du 5 au 7 novembre 2021

Lieu : University of Cyprus

Résumés des interventions et lien pour l’inscription Zoom ici.

Programme :

Friday, 5 November
MEDICAL & MORAL DISCOURSES AROUND MILK

10.10-10.30 “Galaktology as Literary Genre: Simple Literary Forms in Ancient and Early Byzantine Medical Texts”, Stavroula CONSTANTINOU et Aspasia SKOUROUMOUNI STAVRINOU
10.30-10.50 “The Role of Milk in Early Byzantine Medical Literature”, Petros BOURAS-VALLIANATOS
10.50-11.10 “Lactation Cessation in the Early Byzantine Period”, Laurence TOTELIN
11.10-11.30 “Teaching Her a Lesson: Favorinus’ Moral-Gynaecological Advice about Breastfeeding”, Michiel MEEUSEN


 WET-NURSING AND CROSS-NURSING

14.00-14.20 “Cross-nursing Relationships in Classical Attika and Beyond”, Katherine BACKLER
14.20-14.40 “Mother, Nurse, Midwife and/or Goddess: Distinguishing Each in Roman Iconography”, Sandra JAEGGI-RICHOZ
14.40-15.00 “Wet-nurses, their Children, and their Nurslings in Roman Funerary Inscriptions”, Diana MOLKOVA
 

BREASTFEEDING IN ART & LITERATURE I

16.00-16.20 “‘Political’ Breastfeeding in Callimachus’ Hymns”, Michelle SOLITARIO
16.20-16.40 “The Suckling Paterfamilias: Gender and Power in Campanian Wall Paintings of Pero and Micon”, Sarah SHREAD
16.40-17.00 “Pero and Mycon in Roman Arts: The Paradox of Female Piety”, Sarah BECKMANN

Saturday, 6 November
BREASTFEEDING IN ART & LITERATURE IΙ

09.30-09.50 “Roman Charity, Breastfeeding, and Questions of Gender: The Story of Pero and Cimon/Micon Revisited”, Tim PARKIN
09.50-10.10 “Images of Breastfeeding in Late Antique Art: Form – Context – Function”, Maria PARANI
10.10-10.30 “Breastfeeding in Byzantine Art: Aspects of Materiality and Realia”, Mati MEYER
10.30-10.50 “The Breast as Locus for Punishment”, Dionysios STATHAKOPOULOS
 
RELIGIOUS DISCOURSES AROUND MOTHERHOOD & BREASTFEEDING

11.50-12.10 “Mother and Newborn Child: From the 1st Day of Birth to the 40th in the Liturgical Tradition of the Orthodox Church and in the Cypriot Euchological Manuscripts”, Arch. Gregorios IOANNIDES
12.10-12.30 “Motherhood and Sainthood: Childbearing and Breastfeeding in Byzantine Martyrdom Narratives”, Christodoulos PAPAVARNAVAS
12.30-12.50 “Good Mother, Bad Mother, Holy Mother? Motherhood in Byzantine Hagiographic and Normative Texts”, Eirini AFENTOULIDOU

RELIGIOUS ΙMAGES & DISCOURSES AROUND BREASTFEEDING

15.30-15.50 “The Early Byzantine Galaktotrophousa in Egypt”, Elizabeth BOLMAN
15.50-16.10 “Milk and Blood: The Association of the Virgin Lactans with the Passion”, Niki TSIRONI 
16.10-16.30 “Clement of Alexandria and the Breast of God the Father”, Maria PAVLOU

IDEOLOGIES & DEBATES AROUND (DIVINE) BREASTFEEDING

17.30-17.50 “Motherhood and Kourotrophy on the Acropolis of Athens: The Case of the Aglaurids”, Ioannis MITSIOS
17.50-18.10 “Empowering Breasts: Women, Widows and Prophetesses with a Child”, Barbara CROSTINI
18.10-18.30 “Polarizing the Female Breast and Breastfeeding: Gendered Perceptions of Babylonian Rabbis and Christian Authors in the Late Antique and Middle Byzantine Periods”, Michail KITSOS
 
Sunday, 7 November
BREASTFEEDING & ΟTHER FEEDING PRACTICES

10.00-10.20 “A Cross-disciplinary Approach to Infant Feeding Practices in Roman Britain, Giulia PEDRUCCI et Carlo COCCOZA
10.20-10.40 “Infancy and Childhood in Pre-Roman and Roman Italy (1000 BCE -100 CE ca): Data and Perspectives to Inform Current Polity in Health and Education”, Francesca FULMINANTE
10.40-11.00 “More than Food: Breastfeeding and Maternal Milk in the Phoenician and Punic Worlds”, Meritxell FERRER et Miria LOPEZ-BERTAN



Citer ce billet
Laurent Galopin (2021, 4 novembre). Colloque “Lactating Breasts: Motherhood and Breastfeeding in Antiquity and Byzantium” La Médecine dans l'Antiquité. Consulté le 30 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/rbae

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