Fall 2014 Events
Watch this space for the many events this term.
Monday, September 22, 5:15pm, Allen 226
Barbara W. Boyd (Bowdoin College; NHC), “Repeat after Me: Ovid's Revisions of a Homeric Tale (The Loves of Venus and Mars in Ars amatoria 2 and Metamorphoses 4)”
Monday, September 29, 5:30pm, Allen 226
Gregor Kalas (Tennessee), "Visualizing Statues in the Late Antique Roman Forum" (Sponsored with CLAS)
Saturday, November 8
Symposium honoring Diskin Clay
Thursday, November 13
Prof. Justin Walsh (Chapman University), Gallery talk, Nasher Museum 6pm
April 10, 8:30am - 6pm, FHI Garage, Smith Warehouse Bay 4: Reading the Past: Mind, Brain, and Archaeology Workshop co-organized by Maurizio Forte, and including talks by Forte and Carla Antonaccio.
Classical Studies Drama Series:
Matthew Farmer (March 5, 5:15 p.m 226 Allen); David Jacobson (March 19, 5:15 p.m., 226 Allen); Eric Dugdale (April 2, 5:15 p.m., 226 Allen Bldg.)
Duke/UNC Graduate Pedagogy Colloquium:
The graduate programs in Classical Studies at Duke University and in Classics at UNC-Chapel Hill are collaborating to organize the Inaugural Duke/UNC-CH Graduate Workshop in Classics Pedagogy for the weekend of March 28-30, 2014.
Friday, March 28; For Details visit: sites.duke.edu/classicspedagogy/
Ben Keim (Pomona), "Honor and the "Other" in Herodotus' Histories." Wed., Feb. 26, 5:15-6:00 p.m., 226 Allen Bldg.
Elsa Bouchard, "Aristotle and Graphic Arts"
Wed., March 26, 5:15 p.m., 226 Allen Bldg.