The project regards the reception of Classical Antiquity in Children’s and Young Adults’ culture... More information
Here we present alternately our team members, colleagues, and collaborators.
A Mythical Scholar of the Month ;-)
Elizabeth Hale is professor at the University of New England, Australia. She comes from Dunedin, in the South Island of New Zealand. In the OMC project she focuses on the material from the Asia-Pacific region. She is writing a guide, with Dr Miriam Riverlea (PhD, Monash University), provisionally entitled Children’s Literature and Classical Reception: an Alphabetical Odyssey.More information
Our Mythical Survey
An electronic tool for presenting and preserving the results of our international quest after the references to Classical Antiquity.
Animating the Ancient World
Owing to Sonya Nevin and Steve Simons’ expertise and magic, the ancient gods, heroes, and creatures return back to life...
Our Mythical Guide
Every hero needs a guide. Elizabeth Hale will pilot you through the labyrinth of youth literature inspired by Classical Antiquity.
Autism and Mythology
The myths have been shaping our world for millennia. Today they also offer a unique way for inclusive education. Follow Susan Deacy on this Herculean path!
Our Mythical Education
An analysis of the employment and functions of ancient myths in school curricula across the continents in a volume being edited by Lisa Maurice and the database Our Mythical Education.
Myths from Cameroon
Prof. Daniel A. Nkemleke is opening to the world the heritage of African myths and the storytelling. In preparation also a volume illustrated by the young artists from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.
OUR MYTHICAL CONFERENCES
Our Mythical Hope
May 17–21, 2017 The first of our ERC conferences. Focused on the reception of the ancient myths in the hardships of life as presented in youth culture. Behold Hope all ye who enter here...
Our Mythical History
May 22–26, 2019 The conference on the reception of the ancient history in youth culture.
Our Mythical Nature
TBA The conference on the permeation of environmental themes and classical motifs in youth culture.
OUR MYTHICAL WORKSHOPS
Our Mythical Hope
May 15–16, 2017 The workshop-part of the conference Our Mythical Hope.
The Present Meets the Past
May 14–20, 2018 The workshops on the methodological issues, in the European Year of Cultural Heritage
Our Mythical Surprise ;-)
May 2021 Patientia virtus est ;-)
OUR MYTHICAL DISSEMINATION
Books, papers, and articles arisen from the Our Mythical Chidhood project. All the texts are in Open Access. Nunc est legendum!
Lectures & Seminars
Lectures, speeches, popularization texts, and other dissemination activities within the Our Mythical Childhood project.
Our Mythical Community
Throughout the Project, our guiding principle is the idea of contributing to a new, holistic model for work in the Humanities on the frontiers of research, education, and culture...
Locus Ludi: The Cultural Fabric of Play and Games in Classical Antiquity is a research project by Prof. Véronique Dasen, supported by an ERC Advanced Grant (2017–2022) and implemented at the Université de Fribourg, Switzerland. This interdisciplinary project will provide the first comprehensive study of ancient games that – though ususally perceived only as children’s pastime – in fact reflect the gendered, religious, economic, and political fabric of a society.
The Cluster The Past for the Present – International Research and Educational Programme has been established by the Faculty of “Artes Liberales” of the University of Warsaw, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà and Dipartimento di Filologia Classica e Italianistica of the Università di Bologna, and Fakultät für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften of the Universität München in May 2017. The Cluster aims at developing a pioneering approach to the reception of Classical Antiquity with a special focus on the contemporary culture
Centre for Studies on the Classical Tradition (OBTA), created by Professor Jerzy Axer in 1991, is a permanent unit of the Faculty of “Artes Liberales” UW. In OBTA, we study Classical Antiquity as an important cultural experience – a mirror of transformations occurring in the world throughout centuries – also in our times.
Here you will find some basic links to the websites of our Universities and Faculties, research organizations, institutions, etc.
We wish to make use of our work also to share the results of our bibliographical query in the hope they can facilitate further research of other colleagues all over the globe. In this place we gather scholarly publications on the reception and children’s and young adults’ culture.
Here we gather the information on the current calls for papers, conferences, and other interesting events in Classical Reception Studies and in Youth Culture worldwide. If you wish to share an event with us, please send us the details per e-mail. Together we can build Our Mythical Community :-).
In this place we are pleased to archive the mentions on the OMC project.