Duke University | Classical Studies:

23rd Annual Duke-UNC Graduate Colloquium: New Graduate Research in the Classics

March 24, 2012

8:30-9:30: Breakfast, Murphey 118

Session 1, Murphey 116
9:30-10:00: "Making, Matching, and Marathon: The Soros and Late Black-Figure Vase-Painting," Ross Brendle, Johns Hopkins University
10:00-10:30: "Moving Beyond the Boundaries: Framing an Encounter with the Goat God," Carolyn Laferriere, Yale University
Panel Presider: Rebecca Worsham, UNC-CH

10:30-10:45: Coffee Break, Murphey 118

Session 2, Murphey 116
10:45-11:15: "Evaluating Terrestrial and Marine Travel in Antiquity through the Use of GIS Modeling," Angelina Phebus, UNC-CH
11:15-11:45: "The Potential of Legacy Data in Current Archaeological Research: A Case Study from Gordion, Turkey," Alison Fields, University of Cincinnati
11:45-12:15: "Seizing Property in the Greek World: How the Polis Builds Mobility," Lisa Eberle, UC Berkeley
Panel Presider: Robyn Le Blanc, UNC-CH

12:15-1:45: Lunch Break

Session 3, Murphey 116
1:45-2:15: "In Vino Varietas: Dionysus, Myth and Alterity," Alex Leedom, Washington University in St Louis
2:15-2:45: "Philodamus' Dionysus as a Civic Savior: Athens and Thebes in the Fourth Century," Sarah Smith, Vanderbilt University
2:45-3:15: "Boethius' Second Death: Philosophical Dialogue at the Limits of Political Theology," Clifford Robinson, Duke University
Panel Presider, Mackenzie Zalin, Duke University

3:15-4:00: Coffee Break, Murphey 118

4:00-5:30: KEYNOTE ADDRESS, Murphey 116
"Images and Graffiti Texts in the Pompeian Cityscape"
Kristina Milnor, Associate Professor, Barnard College

6:00-8:00: Dinner, Graduate Student Center, 211A W Cameron Ave

  • Morgantina 1
  • Morgantina 2
  • Tomb of Caecilia Metella
  • Pompeii 1
  • Agrigento 3
  • pottery
  • Paestum 2
  • Hadrian's Villa 1
  • Hadrian's Villa 2
  • Roman Forum 1
  • Rome
  • Jake 2
  • site
  • pottery
  • Pantheon 2
  • papyrus
  • Pompeii 2
  • Paestum 1
  • Acropolis
  • Jake 1
  • Agrigento 2