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Una Circe ‘indie’ «

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Al hablar de tradición clásica es más habitual hacerlo en relación con la literatura o la música clásica. Sin embargo, la cultura clásica ha calado en todos los estratos artísticos y sus referentes se pueden encontrar incluso en el pop independiente.


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El camí de la bellesa des de les Venus fins a les models talla 34

El camí de la bellesa des de les Venus fins a les models talla 34 | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
L’evolució dels cànons mostra com els cossos prims han guanyat protagonisme
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El cánon subvertido

El cánon subvertido | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
Ahora la estatura del Discóbolo es un hombre de raza negra y la Venus de Médici tiene genitales masculinos y pechos femeninos
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Referents clàssics al 35è Saló Internacional del Còmic de Barcelona | A cada passa referents clàssics!

Referents clàssics al 35è Saló Internacional del Còmic de Barcelona | A cada passa referents clàssics! | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
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Netflix presenta Hermes, el programa con el que pagará a los usuarios por traducir subtítulos

Netflix presenta Hermes, el programa con el que pagará a los usuarios por traducir subtítulos | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
Netflix ha anunciado el programa Hermes, por el que pagará a los usuarios por traducir subtítulos a distintos idimoas
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Medicina y Mitología

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  SÍNDROME DE ONDINA  "Mientras te mantengas despierto, podrás respirar, pero si alguna vez llegas a dormirte, ¡Te quedarás sin aliento y morirás! "       El Síndrome de hipoventilación central congénita o Sindrome de Ondina (CCHS). Una afección que dificulta la respiración mientras se está dormido, algunos casos graves exigen realizar traqueotomía y ventilación…

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Referències clàssiques als clicks de Playmobil

Referències clàssiques als clicks de Playmobil | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
Qui no ha jugat alguna vegada als clicks de Playmobil  fent volar la seva imaginació ? Jo us proposo hic et nunc  un recorregut pe
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America now looks like Rome before the fall of the Republic

America now looks like Rome before the fall of the Republic | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
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'Lisístratas' para frenar a Donald Trump

'Lisístratas' para frenar a Donald Trump | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
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Game of Thrones & ses inspirations antiques - Arrête ton char

Game of Thrones & ses inspirations antiques - Arrête ton char | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
Liste (incomplète) de quelques épisodes épiques / lieux de Game of Thrones assez clairement inspirés
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Los mitos e historias populares detrás de las criaturas fantásticas de Harry Potter - BBC Mundo

Los mitos e historias populares detrás de las criaturas fantásticas de Harry Potter - BBC Mundo | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
Muchas de las criaturas fantásticas que figuran en la saga de Harry Potter e historias asociadas las tomó prestadas la escritora J. K. Rowling de otras fuentes, incluido el mundo antiguo. Aquí algunas de ellas.

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A los de clásicas nos la dan con queso…y algo más

A los de clásicas nos la dan con queso…y algo más | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
Basta con darse una vuelta por cualquier supermercado patrio o foráneo para descubrir productos con nombres clásicos y algunos de ellos en latín. Así que después de haber recorrido distintos establecimientos en busca de la comida semanal, darme alguna que otra sorpresa e ir haciendo fotografías cual ciudadano nipón en cualquier ciudad europea, procedo a…
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The Walking Latin

The Walking Latin | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
Todos conocemos la viral serie televisiva de la AMC, The Walking Dead, cuya trama gira en torno a un grupo de supervivientes que, tras un apocalipsis zombie, buscan un lugar seguro en un mundo caótico, enfrentándose a todo tipo de peligros, entre los cuales, el peor sin duda es la corrupción y la maldad del…
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Corrección política: Héroes impertinentes

Corrección política: Héroes impertinentes | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
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¿Sheldon Cooper, latinista?

¿Sheldon Cooper, latinista? | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
No creo que necesitéis que os presente a Sheldon Cooper. Es uno de los protagonistas de la serie The Big Bang Theory. Sí, el físico teórico de escasas habilidades sociales y una increíble inteligencia. Una broma recurrente en la serie es su infundado desprecio hacia las ciencias humanísticas y sociales. Pero, ¿pudo tener un hueco…
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La mirada mitològica i audaç de Pablo Picasso

La mirada mitològica i audaç de Pablo Picasso | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
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Timeless Bob Dylan: Inspired by the Classics

Timeless Bob Dylan: Inspired by the Classics | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
“I’m gonna spare the defeated, boys, I’m going to speak to the crowd,

I am goin’ to teach peace to the conquered

I’m gonna tame the proud…”

            So goes Bob Dylan’s song “Lonesome Day Blues.” As many have
noted, these lines of Dylan’s bear a striking resemblance to those of
another poet, one who lived roughly two thousand years ago in ancient Rome:
Vergil.

            Publius Vergilius Maro, or Vergil, as he is better known, is
famous for many works including the Eclogues and the Georgics, but is known
best for his epic poem the Aeneid, which he modeled after Homer’s renowned
Iliad and Odyssey. It was Augustus, Rome’s first emperor, who commissioned
Vergil to write the Aeneid, which tells the story of the hero Aeneas, the
legendary founder of Rome.

            Dylan seems to be drawing from Allen Mandelbaum’s 1971
translation of Vergil’s magnum opus, which renders the Latin as follows:

“But yours will be the rulership of nations,

Remember Roman, these will be your arts:

To teach the ways of peace to those you conquer,

To spare defeated peoples, tame the proud…”

            This particular scene takes place in Book VI in the underworld,
where Aeneas finds the ghost of his father, Anchises, who tells him (in the
lines above) what his purpose and role will be. And, as Harvard Professor
Richard F. Thomas puts it, “What does it mean that Dylan incorporated these
lines from a 2,000-year old poem into his 2001 song [“Lonesome Day
Blues”]?”[1] Thomas suggests that if we take a look at what was happening
in the early 70s when this translation was published, we may find our
answer.[2]

           The Vietnam War had been raging for fifteen years. Opposition to
the war was at an all-time high. As Muhammad Ali famously said, “Why should
they ask me to put on a uniform and go 10,000 miles from home and drop
bombs and bullets on Brown people in Vietnam while so-called Negro people
in Louisville are treated like dogs and denied simple human rights?”
Americans were horrified by events such as the My Lai Massacre in 1968,
where some 500 unarmed Vietnamese civilians were murdered and mutilated by
U.S. soldiers. The time was ripe with questioning the cost of American
power and domination in the world.

Watch a video of Dylan playing "Lonesome Day Blues" in New York City in
2001 here. 

            Vergil also knew a thing or two about questioning power and
domination in the world. Many scholars believe that the Aeneid exemplifies
Vergil’s own interrogation of the cost of empire. When he began writing the
Aeneid, Rome had just emerged from over fifty years of nearly continuous
civil wars. Just two years earlier, in 31 BCE, Octavian (soon to be named
Augustus) had defeated fellow Roman and rival Mark Antony to become sole
ruler of Rome. The idea of Rome had been so lofty and virtuous, as the
ghost of Anchises reminds us: “To teach the ways of peace to those you
conquer, / To spare defeated peoples, tame the proud…”[3] And yet, as
Professor Thomas reminds us, Aeneas does not succeed in this in the end.
Instead of showing clemency to the army and people he has defeated, Aeneas
massacres them.[4] I, for one, am convinced that Dylan found the same
dissonance between the ideals and realities of empire in the Aeneid that he
found in the United States during the Vietnam War leading up to 9/11
(incidentally, the release date of his Love and Theft album).

            Dylan’s ability to understand, digest, and draw inspiration
from classical authors such as Vergil and also Homer, Catullus and Ovid,
among others, helped place him among the ranks of the Nobel Prize winners
in Literature.

 

 Bibliography & Further Reading:

Allen Mandelbaum, The Aeneid of Virgil. A Verse Translation by Allen
Mandelbaum, Berkeley: University of California Press (1971).

Jennifer Schuessler and Dina Kraft, “Bob Dylan 101: A Harvard Professor Has
the Coolest Class on Campus,” The New York Times, Oct. 14, 2016.

Richard F. Thomas, “The Streets of Rome: The Classical Dylan”, Oral
Tradition, 22/1 (2007): 30-56.

Thomas E. Strunk, “Achilles in the Alleyway: Bob Dylan and Classical Poetry
and Myth,” Arion: A Journal of Humanities and the Classics, Third Series,
Vol. 17, No. 1 (2009): 119-136.

[1] Richard F. Thomas, “The Streets of Rome: The Classical Dylan”, Oral
Tradition, 22/1 (2007): 30-31.

[2] Richard F. Thomas, “The Streets of Rome: The Classical Dylan”, Oral
Tradition, 22/1 (2007): 31-32.

[3] Allen Mandelbaum, The Aeneid of Virgil. A Verse Translation by Allen
Mandelbaum, Berkeley: University of California Press (1971).

[4] Richard F. Thomas, “The Streets of Rome: The Classical Dylan”, Oral
Tradition, 22/1 (2007): 32.
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LISÍSTRATA: APRENDIENDO IGUALDAD DE GÉNERO - INED21

LISÍSTRATA: APRENDIENDO IGUALDAD DE GÉNERO - INED21 | Referentes clásicos | Scoop.it
Lisistrata aprendiendo igualdad género: una revisión de los aportes educativos y competenciales que tiene la representación de los clásicos en la escuela.
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