Upcoming Events

Lectures and Conferences sponsored or co-sponsored by the Department of Classics

NB: This schedule is in a continual state of evolution and change.

Julia Dyson Hejduk (Baylor University)

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Oct 6 2017
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Tamara Chin (Comparative Literature, Brown University)

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Nov 17 2017
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2017-18 Speakers/Events (continued, tentative)

FALL 2017

Nic Terrenato (U Michigan) -- Annual AIA Puget Sound Society Ridgway Lecture, Thursday, September 28, 2017 (time/specific venue TBD), at the University of Puget Sound

Floyd McCoy (Hawaii), AIA Joukowsky Lecturer, Friday, October 27 (tentatively 7:30 PM, venue and specific topic TBD)

WINTER 2018

Sarah Levin-Richardson (UW Classics), Annual AIA Faculty Lecture, Tuesday, January 23, 7:30 PM (topic/venue TBD)

Sharon James (UNC Chapel Hill) -- John B. and Mary K. McDiarmid Lecture visit, March 1-2 2018

Susanna Braund (University of British Columbia), Lecture tba

WINTER - SPRING INTER-TERM BREAK 2018

Mary Beard (Cambridge University), "How to spot a Roman emperor".  Saturday, 24 March 2018, AIA Puget Sound Society lecture, at Univ. of Puget Sound (Prof. Beard is the 2017-18 AIA Norton Lecturer).  Prof. Beard's description: "This is a lecture about how Roman nameless busts are given the name of an emperor -- what the methods are, how reliable, and whether we have got any better at it over the centuries."

SPRING 2018

John C. Franklin (University of Vermont), Lecture, April, tba

Jenny Strauss Clay (Virginia), Lecture, May, tba

FALL 2018

Dan-el Padilla Peralta (Princeton), Lecture tba