Many members of the Department of Classics will be giving presentations (and live tweeting!) at the CAC-SCEC annual meeting at McMaster University, May 7 – 9. In chronological order, here are our speakers on the CAC-SCEC program: Ephraim Lytle, “Paradoxography and Science in Aelian’s De natura animalium: Leonidas of Byzantium, the Red Sea and Peripatetic … Read More
Mark your calendars and join us for our upcoming Graduate Student Association organized conference April 19-20, 2019. Click below for more information and the conference schedule. Classics In The Anthropocene
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 … Read More
Classics in the Anthropocene University of Toronto, Department of Classics, Graduate Conference April 19-20, 2019 Keynote Speakers: Brooke Holmes (Princeton), Katherine Blouin (Toronto) The recent popularity of the notion of “the Anthropocene” reflects a growing recognition that human societies and their natural environments radically and reciprocally shape and influence one another. Additionally, there is a … Read More
2019 Annual Meeting: San Diego, January 3rd to 6th The SCS call for papers for the upcoming 2019 Annual Meeting has opened. The online program submission system is now available for SCS members. Click here to access the program submission site. It will be a memorable meeting with special programs in celebration of … Read More
https://classics.utoronto.ca/events/doing-classics-a-workshop-in-historical-methods-2018/ Please RSVP to Jeffrey Easton by Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Please indicate if you will be attending the workshop, lunch, and downtown dinner in the evening. Please also mention any dietary restrictions. Click here to view poster.
The Fidelity of Fides: Authenticity in the Classical World