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2019-2020 Classics and the Global
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Public Lecture: Why Love Hurts
Emily Greenwood, "The Grammar of Being Human: Greek Grammar and American Slavery”
Naomi Campa, “Freedom and Exclusion: Citizenship and Immigration in Athenian Democracy”
WARRIOR CHORUS: American Odyssey
Peter Meineck, “The Future of Ancient Greece: Activating the Classics Today for Tomorrow”
Rebecca Futo Kennedy, "Women's Migrations in the Ancient Greek Mediterranean"
Kate Burmon, "The Art Historical Consequences of Archaeological Looting and Destruction of Cultural Property"
Donna Zuckerberg, "Who’s Revitalizing Homer?: The Relevance and Risks of Classical Reception Today"
Micah Myers, "Mapping Ancient Texts: Digital Visualizations in Classics Teaching and Research"
Carl Knappett, “An Anthropology of Aegean Bronze Age Art”
International Archaeology Day
Sailakshmi Ramgopal, "Intermarriage in Moesia Inferior: Romans, Bessi, and Lai"
Rachel Barney (Department of Philosophy Colloquium)
Jacques A. Bromberg, "New Global Classics"
CPAS Lecture: Gábor Betegh
Public Lecture: André Laks
Emily Wilson, “Translating the Odyssey: How and Why”
The Middle East in Transition: Insights and Policy Options from the Ancient World
PhD Defense: "Myth and Argument in Plato's Phaedo"
Public Lecture: Alan M. Stahl (Curator of Numismatics, Princeton University)
The Iconography of a Life in Arms: The Etruscan Soldier at War, at Home, and at the Tomb
Public Reading and Lecture: Willian Guy, "Thoughts on translating the Iliad: how does one make a poem of the Iliad in English?"
Book Talk: Christina Hoenig, "Plato's Timaeus and the Latin Tradition"
Public Lecture: Jonathan Buttaci (Catholic University of America) 'Aristotle on the Priority of Energeia to Dynamis: Discovery and Spontaneous Generation as Problem Cases'