U of T Classics at the AIA/SCS

Many members of the Department of Classics will be giving presentations at the AIA/SCS annual meeting in San Diego, January 4 – 6! In chronological order, here are our speakers on the SCS program:

Ted Parker, “Philanthrōpia, Democracy, and the Proof of Power”, FRI 8:00 –10:30

Jeff Easton, “A Case-Study of Intergenerational Participation in Roman Professional Associations”, FRI 1:45 – 4:45

John Fabiano, “Invidia Tabernariorum: The Economic Interests of Associations in Late-Antique Rome, a Study of the Corpus Tabernariorum, SAT 8:00 – 10:30

Rachel Mazzara, “The Secondary World of Plautinopolis”, SAT 8:00 – 10:30

Brad Hald, “Dialectics of Hope and Fear in Thucydides Book 6”, SAT 1:45 – 4:45

Alison Keith, “Ovid In and After Exile: Modern Fiction on Ovid Outside Rome”, SUN 8:00 – 11:00

Marion Durand, “De Mortuis Nil Dicendum Est? On Sextus Empiricus Against the Mathematicians VIII.98 and Stoic Indefinite Propositions”, SUN 11:45 – 1:45

David Wallace-Hare, “The Virgilian Beech: The Creation of Italian Nostalgia in the Eclogues”, SUN 11:45 – 1:45

Chiara Graf, “The Blushing Sage: Somatic Affective Responses in Seneca’s Epistulae Morales“, SUN 2:00 – 4:30

Matt Watton, “Socrates and Plato’s Socrates in Cicero’s Academica“, SUN 2:00 – 4:30

GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE!

AIA Toronto Lecture: Dr. Alexandra Ann Carpino (Northern Arizona University)

Room AP 130 

Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) Toronto’s last 2016-2017 lecture by Dr. Alexandra Ann Carpino (Department of Comparative Cultural Studies, Northern Arizona University) who will be presenting an illustrated lecture entitled “A Glance in the Mirror: Reflections on Motherhood in Aristocratic Etruria”.

Free lecture. All welcome.

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