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Lya Valéria Grizzo Serignolli

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas (FFLCH)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Post-doctoral researcher in Classical Studies (FFLCH, University of São Paulo); project: Horace and the Muses: the Construction of Memory under Augustus.AB, Masters and PhD in Classics at the University of São Paulo, Brazil.PhD (University of São Paulo, FAPESP Fellowship, 2014-2017); project: Bacchus, the Symposium and the Poet. PhD Research Internship abroad (King's College London, FAPESP Fellowship, BEPE, 2016); project: Bacchus in Horace. PhD Research Internship abroad (Princeton University, FAPESP Fellowship, BEPE, 2016), visiting student research collaborator (VSRC); project: Bacchus and the Patrons of Poetry in Augustan Rome. MA (University of São Paulo, MS FAPESP Fellowship, 2011-2013); project: Imagines Amoris: the representations of Amor in Rome from the Late Republic to the Augustan Age. MA research internship abroad (Kings College London, FAPESP Fellowship, BEPE, 2012), visiting research student; project: Amor in Horaces Odes.AB (FAPESP Fellowship, 2010); project: Imagines Amoris.Bachelor of Laws, Instituição Toledo de Ensino de Bauru (1994).Research group (CNPq/SBEC): Images of Classical Antiquity (FFLCH, USP).Member of the Institute of Classical Studies, London.Research interests: Augustan poetry; images; poetics; rhetoric; memory. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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