[1] Psyche on stage in the 21st century, International conference on the Reception of Cupid and Psyche since 1600, University of Leeds (14.07.2016)




[2] ‘Plutarch’s Collection of Apophtegmata as a Source of Educated Wit and Humour.’ - The Playful Plutach. Irony and Humour as Imperial Greek Literary Strategies, Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies, 66 St. Giles', University of Oxford (12.-13. Juli 2011)


[3] 'The miscellanistic arrangement of Plutarch's Greek and Roman Quaestiones' -  IX Convegno internazionale IPS (International Plutarch Society). Ravello, Auditorium Oscar Niemeyer  (29.9.– 1.10.2011)


[4] Looking east  -Oriental Animals in Aelian’s  De natura animalium International Conference on Classical and Byzantine Literature: “Literary crossroads” (Brno, 19.-22- September 2010)


[5] Facts or Fiction? The fruitful relationship between ancient novel and miscellany, ICAN IV 2008 – INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE ANCIENT NOVEL, Lissabon  (24.7.2008)   



[6] `Scholarly and literary Reception of Apuleius´ Metamorphoses in Germany, England and the Netherlands 1700-1900’, International Conference on the Ancient Novel ICAN 2000, Groningen/NL. (2000)


[7] ‚Wissenschaftliche und literarische Rezeption von Apuleius´ Metamorphosen in Deutschland, England und den Niederlanden 1700-1900’, Tradita et Inventa. Kongreß zur Rezeption der Antike, Heidelberg (1999).


[8] `Die Jesuiten’, DFG-Graduiertenkolleg “Kirche und Gesellschaft im Hl. Römischen Reich des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts”, Göttingen 1998


[9]   ‘Amor as a connecting theme of Ovid´s and Apuleius´ Metamorphoses’, 19th Groningen Colloquium on the Novel, Groningen/NL 1997.