The Colloquium will take place on Saturday, February 26 in 108 Clark Hall, with a reception to follow in the Mural Room.
will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the hallway outside of 108 Clark Hall, with the first set
of graduate student papers to follow at 9:30 a.m.
Tale of Two Cities: Homeric Ephyra and Corinthian Identity in the Archaic
the Past to Undermine the Present: Tracing the Rhetoric of Liberation
throughout Thucydides's History
the Lessons of the Persian War
Discourse Materialized: The Role of Archaeology in the Construction of
Modern Turkish Identity
There will a lunch break, followed by the keynote address at 1:30 p.m.
and the Politics of Origins: The Search for Pyramids in Greece
set of graduate student papers will follow after a short break.
Tamen Arcem Sabini: Tarpeia, Ethnic (Re)Imagination, and the Social War
the Non-Augustan: Vergilian Exempla and Theodosius in the City
Program of Imperial Recovery: Ammianus and Julian as Students of History
The University of Virginia is located in Charlottesville, VA, 110 miles southwest of Washington D.C. and 68 miles west of Richmond.
The city of Charlottesville is served by five airports:
The Amtrak station, served by two daily trains, is conveniently located one half-mile from the University.
Housing can also be arranged with graduate students. Please email Justin Carreker for details.