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Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow – May 24, 2018

Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow – May 24, 2018

Sensing the Ancient Roman City – Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow, The Kevy and Hortense Kaiserman Endowed Chair in the Humanities at Brandeis University.

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Silvia Ferrara – January 9, 2018

Silvia Ferrara – January 9, 2018

Invention(s) of Writing – Silvia Ferrara, Associate Professor of Aegean Prehistory at Sapienza, Università di Roma.

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Amanda Wilcox – May 18, 2017

Amanda Wilcox – May 18, 2017

Patres under Pressure: Seneca on Fatherhood during the Principate – Amanda Wilcox, Associate Professor of Classics at Williams College.

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John Mck. Camp – October 20, 2016

John Mck. Camp – October 20, 2016

Recent Excavations in the Agora of Ancient Athens – John Mck. Camp, Niarchos Professor of Classics at Randolph-Macon College and Director of the Athenian Agora Excavations.

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Monica Cyrino – May 9, 2016

Monica Cyrino – May 9, 2016

A Roman Epic in Modern Japan. Empire Nostalgia in Takeuchi Hideki’s Thermae Romae (2012) – Monica S. Cyrino, Professor of Classics at the University of New...

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Margaret Graver – November 10, 2015

Margaret Graver – November 10, 2015

Pre-Emotions and Reader Emotions  in Seneca –    MARGARET GRAVER Professor of Classical Studies Aaron Professor in Classics DARTMOUTH COLLEGE – – –   Both Seneca’s On Anger and his Moral Epistles lay considerable emphasis on the inherited Stoic theory that ties emotional responses to certain kinds of judgments. His analysis of emotion events is consistent between those works–but not when it comes to feelings experienced while reading. The paper considers two philosophical possibilities for understanding the reactions of readers, with quite...

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Eric Rebillard – May 20, 2015

Eric Rebillard – May 20, 2015

Popular Hatred Against Christians: The Case of North Africa in the Second and Third Centuries –   Eric Rebillard Professor of Classics and History, Cornell University – Christina Elliot Sorum Guest Professor of Classics, Union College, Schenectady, New York.   Professor Rebillard received his PhD from the Sorbonne (Paris, France) in 1993 and is a former member of the Ecole francaise de Rome. He arrived at Cornell in 2004 after having held a research position in the French CNRS between 1996 and 2003. He works on the transformations of religious practices in Late...

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Carolina Megale – November 11, 2014

Carolina Megale – November 11, 2014

Roman Archeology at Populonia: from the Dig to the History   Carolina Megale Scientific Director of the “Poggio del Molino” Dig Professor of Archeology, Palazzo Rucellai Professor (Adj.) of Methodology of Archeological Research, University of Florence       Tuesday, November 11, 2014 Wold 128  

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Anthony Corbeill – October 22, 2014

Anthony Corbeill – October 22, 2014

Grammatical Gender and Roman Conceptions of Poetry, Gods and the More-Than-Human   Anthohy Corbeill Professor of Classics, University of Kansas Blegen Research Fellow of Greek and Roman Studies, Vassar College   Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Reamer Campus Center Auditorium

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