Research Network on Ancient and Modern Mythographers
under the direction of Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Françoise Graziani

Polymnia is an international research network, whose aim is to study the mythographical tradition in Europe from Antiquity to the seventeenth century

It engages in three types of activity:
- the organisation of a rolling programme of conferences in the various partner institutions (see programme) (updated on July 2011)
- the publication of bilingual texts with translations and notes (see the ‘Mythographes’ Collection)
- maintaining an Internet site aimed at fostering contact and exchanges between academics, doctoral students, and other students

Last update : 07 February 2017

How about :
- New release : Lire les mythes, A. Zucker, J. Fabre-Serris, J.-Y. Tilliette, G. Besson (dir.), Lille, Les Presses du Septentrion, Collection "Mythographes", 2016.
> Download the flyer (pdf)
posted on 12/01/2017

- Christian Responses to Ancient (Pagan) Mythography
Call for Papers for the European Association for the Study of Religion 2017 Conference (Leuven, September 18-21)
Chairs: Johanna Michels (KU Leuven) & Katrien Levrie (FWO Vlaanderen / KU Leuven)
> Read more (pdf)
posted on 12/01/2017

- New release : Issue 1 of the journal Polymnia
> Visit page Publication on line
posted on 15/12/2015

Forthcoming events :

- The working group on Hyginus (G. Besson, D. Bouvier, C. Delattre, J. Fabre-Serris, S. Smith) will meet three times in 2017 (in Paris, Geneva, Lille)