Fourteenth Annual Graduate Student Colloquium, Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday, March 20, 2010.
All talks will be held in 125 Minor Hall.
9:00 Breakfast in the atrium of Minor Hall
9:30-10:30 First set of graduate student papers:
"And now I perceived innovations were already begun: Historical Change in Josephus' Thought"
Timothy McGovern, Department of Classics, The University of Chicago
"Artistic Change and Religious Conservatism: Votives in the Greek Sanctuary"
Katie Rask, Department of History of Art, The Ohio State University
10:30 Coffee break
10:45-11:45 Second set of graduate student papers:
"Aristotle and the Problem of Political Change"
Gladden J. Pappin, Department of Government, Harvard University
"Punitive Progress? Tullus Hostilius and Innovations in Capital Punishment at Rome"
Meredith Safran, Department of Classics, Princeton University
11:45 Lunch break
2:00 Keynote address:
"Ancient Historians and Historical Innovation"
John Marincola, Leon Golden Professor of Classics, Florida State University
3:00 Coffee break
3:15-4:45 Third set of graduate student papers:
"Innovation in Replication: A case study in dealing with issues of 'copying'"
Matthew Baumann, Department of History of Art, The Ohio State University
"The Modern Prometheus: Innovation and the Canon in Lucian"
Matthew Farmer, Department of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania
"Cold Splashes and Rising Heat: Innovations in Greek and Roman Bathing"
Ismini Miliaresis, McIntire Department of Art, University of Virginia
5:00 Reception in the atrium of Minor Hall