More than 18,500 students – Canada’s next generation of leaders – are preparing to graduate this year from the University of Toronto, the country’s top internationally ranked university.
Students from all three campuses – downtown Toronto, U of T Scarborough and U of T Mississauga – will take part in spring convocation, with almost 12,000 attending the 29 ceremonies that run from June 7 to June 21, 2018. Click here for the schedule of ceremonies.
For those unable to attend in person, you can watch the graduating students cross the stage and receive their diplomas at Convocation Hall on UofT’s live ceremony webcast.
University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM), Instructional Centre Building, Room IB 245
Classics and the World Today 2: Authority and Non-Conformity in the Ancient World is open to all UofT students. Please join us for a public lecture by Professor Neville Morley (University of Exeter) organized by Professor Boris Chrubasik.
Reception to follow in the Kaneff Centre Rotunda. Click here for the UTM campus map.
Shuttle schedule for students coming from UofT St. George Campus to UTM can be found here.
Click here to view poster.
The event is generously funded by the Office of the Vice-Principal Academic and Dean, UTM.
Room LI 220
CLASSU Academic Seminar: Words of the Ostracised
Join us as we explore non-traditional and marginalized narratives in antiquity.
Our PhD student speakers include:
David Wallace-Hare (Latin onomastics, Roman social history, Romano-Celtic interactions)
“Fugientes Silvae Texerunt: Aquitanian Theonyms and Industrial Memories in the Central Pyrenees”
Drew Davis (Roman history, ancient colonialism, epigraphy)
“Rooted in Our Own Needs: Classics at the University of Toronto, 1843–1947”
Caitlin Hines (Latin literature)
“Role-play and Class Blindness: a Resistant Reading of Servitium Amoris in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses”