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Greeks and Romans for Fall 2014 is now available in PDF format.
The 2013-2014 edition of Vox Classica, our departmental newsletter, is now available in PDF.
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Spring Term 2014
Fall Term 2013
- Sept. 12 (Thurs.), Marilynn Desmond (Binghamton), 'Mixing Memory and Desire in the Vernacular translatio of Ovid's Heroides: From the Histoire ancienne to Chaucer's Legend of Good Women.' 5:30 PM, Gibson Room in Cocke Hall. Reception to follow in Classics Vestibule. (In series on the Ovidian Tradition)
- Sept. 18 (Wed.), John Camp (Randolph Macon; Director of Athenian Agora Excavations), 'Recent Excavations in the Athenian Agora.' 6:15 PM, Minor Hall Auditorium. Reception to follow in the Classics vestibule. (Friends of Classics Talk)
- Sept. 25 (Wed.), John Oakley (William and Mary), 'The Influence of Greek Sculpture on American Gravestones.' 5:30 PM, Campbell Hall. (AIA Lecture)
- Sept. 26 (Thurs.) Donna Hurley (Independent Scholar), 'Suetonius' Rubric Sandwich.' 5:00 PM, Location TBA.
- Oct. 10 (Thurs.), Elise Friedland (George Washington University), 'Seeing the Gods in the Sanctuary of Pan at Caesarea Philippi/Panias (Israel).' Time TBA, 158 Campbell Hall. Reception to follow in Fayerweather Lounge. (Co-sponsored by Classics and the Charlottesville AIA).
- Oct. 28 (Mon.) Anna Chahoud (Trinity Dublin), 'Figures and Formulae of Contempt from Cato to Cicero.' 5:00 PM, Gibson Room in Cocke Hall.
- Nov. 4 (Mon.), Lisa Pieraccini (Berkeley), 'The Ever Elusive Etruscan Egg.' 5:30 PM, 160 Campbell Hall. (AIA Lecture).
- Nov. 7 (Thurs.), Harvey Yunis (Rice),
'Performance, Text, and Arousing Emotions in Classical Athenian
Rhetoric, with particular reference to Demosthenes' Speech On the
Crown.' 5:00 PM, Gibson Room in Cocke Hall. (Constantine Lecture)