Events

The Department sponsors a variety of regularly recurring activities and events

Spring 2018 Semester

February 7, 2018 (Goetz Library, 4:00 pm) PhD Colloquium, James Gawley, ‘Modeling Ancient Attention and Memory through Virgil’s Allusions to Homer.’

February 21, 2018 (Goetz Library, 5:00 pm) Graduate Student Workshop, Megan Daniels, IEMA Postdoctoral Scholar, “Thinking Ahead: Preparing for Academic Jobs and Postdocs”

February 23, 2018 (Goetz Library) Lecture, Dr. Astrid Van Oyen, Cornell University, “Rural Innovation in the Roman Empire. The Marzuolo Archaeological Project (MAP)”

March 1, 2018 (Goetz Library, 5:00 pm) Graduate Student Speaker Series, Professor Virginia Burrus, Syracuse University, “The Life of Constantina: Texts, Buildings, and the Making of a Saint.”

March 9, 2018 (Goetz Library, 5:00 pm) Graduate Student Speaker Series, Kathryn Williams, Canisius College, “Livy’s Rome: Discord and the Consules Populares of 449″

March 14, 2018 (Goetz Library, 5:00 pm) Graduate Student Workshop, Megan Daniels, IEMA Postdoctoral Scholar, “Alternative Academic Careers” (Panel discussion with 3-4 panelists who have M.A.s and Ph.D.s in humanities but are working in non-faculty positions)

March 28, 2018 (Goetz Library, 5:00 pm) AIA Lecture, Professor Kevin Dicus, University of Oregon, “Pompeii and the Life History of a City”

April 4, 2018 (354 MFAC, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm) IEMA Brown Bag Lecture, Alessandro Sebastiani, University at Buffalo, “Between the Coast and the Hinterland. Archaeological Research along the River Ombrone (Tuscany – IT)”

April 13, 2018 (Goetz Library, 5:00 pm) Graduate Student Speaker Series, Professor Rebecca Ammerman, Colgate University

April 18, 2018 (Goetz Library, 5:00 pm) Graduate Student Workshop, Megan Daniels, IEMA Postdoctoral Scholar, “Teaching Strategies for Classicists” (featuring Professors Dana Fields and Don Mcguire)

May 2, 2018 (354 MFAC, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm) IEMA Brown Bag Lecture, Alice Chapman

May 9, 2018 (343 MFAC, 1:30 am-1:00 pm) End-of-the-Year Celebration.