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Marco Ercoles

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies

Academic discipline: L-FIL-LET/02 Greek Language and Literature

Curriculum vitae

1) Marco Ercoles took his first degree in Classics (laurea quadriennale) at the University of Bologna on 28/11/2004, discussing the thesis «Stesichori testimonia vetera adartem pertinentia» (110/110 cum laude and dignity of printing); supervisor Prof. C. Neri, supporting supervisor Prof. R. Tosi.  On 05/06/2008 he obtained his PhD in Greek and Latin Philology at the University of Bologna, discussing with Proff. E. Cingano and P.J. Finglass the following dissertation: «Stesicoro: testimonianze. Edizione critica, traduzione e commento». From academic year 2008/2009 he has been ‘Cultore' of the following courses: Metrica e musica greca, Storia della musica greca. For both of them he held, and actually holds, seminars (academic years 2008/2009, 2009/2010, 2010/2011, 2011/2012). In the years 2009, 2010 and 2011 he won three Senior scholarships at the Department of Classical and Mediaeval Philology of the University of Bologna (then Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies) concerning Greek lyric adespota and the development of Greek melic forms between Archaic and Classical age. Actually (from 06/05/2013) he is Junior Researcher (RTD B) in Greek Literature (L-FIL-LET/02).

2) Head of the local unit of the FIRB 2012 project "Homer, Hesiod, Pindar, Aeschylus ancient forms and transmission of exegesis".

3) Member of the Editorial Board of the journal "Eikasmós. Quaderni Bolognesi di Filologia Classica", since 2009, and collaborator of the local section of the Italian Center of Année Philologique, since 2005. Between 2005 and 2007 I collaborated with the journal "Poiesis."

4) Between 12 and 22/09/2005 he attended at the Third Papyrological Seminar in Florence, at the Papyrological Institute «G. Vitelli», organized by Proff. G. Bastianini, G. Messeri e R. Pintaudi. Between September 2006 and July 2007 he spent six months in Oxford (Classics Centre and St. John's College) in order to pursue his researches about the lyric poet Stesichorus under the supervision of Dr. Malcolm Davies, senior fellow of St. John's College.

5) He participated as a speaker at several national and international conferences: Ravenna 25/10/2005 (VI Seminario «Le musiche dei Greci: passato e
presente. Valorizzazione di un patrimonio culturale»); Cremona, 31/10/2008 (2nd Annual Meeting of MOISA); Bologna, 20/11/2008 (response to the lecture by
Krzysztof Bielawski at the VII Europaeum Classics Colloquium); Ravenna, 01/10/2009 (3rd Annual Meeting of MOISA, within the international conference Moisa
Epikhorios: Regional Music and Musical Regions in Ancient Greece [Ravenna, 1-3/10/2009]); Fermo, 23/02/2013 (public lecture on invitation of the local Delegation of AICC), Agrigento, 14/05/2013 (6th Annual Meeting of MOISA); Termini Imerese, 11-12/6/2014 (conference Stesicoro e Himera. Poeti e atleti nell'antica Grecia); Genova, 2/5/2014 ( conference Omero, Esiodo, Pindaro, Eschilo: forme e trasmissione dell'esegesi antica); Bologna, 5-6/6/2014 (conference Thronos. Grammatica storica degli oggetti di arredo. Prototipi, funzioni, materiali).