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Rescheduled for March 17,2018: Freedom in the Ancient World: 2018 Annual Conference for Teachers  

Saturday, March 17, 2018 - 8:30am
Denny Hall 259

All are welcome to join us at this year's annual conference for teachers. All who have an interest in the Classical world are welcome. This year's presentations, by Professor Kamen and Professor Gowing, will focus on freedom in the ancient Greek and Roman World, and promise to generate lively discussion. Questions? email
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have rescheduled this event from Feb 10, 2018 to March 17, 2018. 


Coffee Hour                            8:30–9:00 (Meg Greenfield Room, 257 Denny Hall)
First Presentation              9:00–10:30 (259 Denny Hall)  “Freedom and Slavery in Ancient Greece”
Presenter:   Professor Deborah Kamen (University of Washington, Classics)

Second Presentation                       11:00–12:30 (259 Denny Hall)
 “‘What is libertas, you ask?’  The nature of freedom in Ancient Rome
Presenter:   Professor Alain Gowing (University of Washington, Classics)
Lunch   12:30–1:30 (Meg Greenfield Room, 257 Denny Hall)

We anticipate being able to offer three clock hours for this event. Those who wish to apply for clock hours should bring a check (NB no cash can be accepted) to the conference, in the amount of $10.00 payable to the Puget Sound Educational Service District (or PSESD).