Classical Studies Presentations

 

The presentations from the Classical Studies Department look at Ancient Greek and Roman life and culture through the lenses of specific authors, individuals, philosophers, and geographic locations.

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Events from 2012

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Gender and Genre in Athletic Epigrams: The Case of Kyniska (CEG 820), Peter Miller

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Misunderstanding & Misdirecting the Liberal Arts, John Thorp

Events from 2011

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Social Memory in Athenian Public Discourse, Bernd Steinbock

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Aristotle on the Foundations of Science: A Postmodern Moment, John Thorp

Events from 2010

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“Death, Goodness, and the Lost Daughter: The Homeric Hymn to Demeter and Carol Shields' Unless, Aara Suksi

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Odysseus in Democratic Athens, Aara Suksi

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Aristotle & the Tyranny of Nature, John Thorp

Submissions from 2008

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Hypatia of Alexandria 360(?) - 415 CE, John Thorp

Submissions from 2007

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Aristotle, Females & Wind Eggs, John Thorp

Submissions from 2006

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Aristotle’s Worst Idea, John Thorp