Other Relevant Events



Title Date Time Location
Humanizing Technology: Why the Liberal Arts are at the Center of Innovation 
Scott Hartley, Pedro Domingos, Jason Groves
May 23 5:00pm Denny 359
Harry Partch: Oedipus: A Music Theater Drama  May 5 7:30pm Meany Theater
Pacific Musicworks presents Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas  Apr 29 to Apr 30
Classics and Popular Music (the C. May Marston Annual Lecture 2017)
Owen Ewald (Seattle Pacific)
Feb 7 3:00pm Seattle Pacific University, Demaray Hall, Room 150
Art History Alumni Colloquium (University of Puget Sound) Jan 27 to Jan 28 University of Puget Sound, Murray Boardroom
Cakes and Crap: Dictating Roman Masculinity and Mastery through Recipes and Dung Piles
F. Mira Green, lecturer, UW Department of History
Jan 20 10:00am Smith 306
Cakes and Crap: Dictating Roman Masculinity and Mastery through Recipes and Dung Piles
F. Mira Green (UW History)
Jan 20 10:00am Smith 306


Title Date Time Location
Cornish College of the Arts presents Mary Zimmerman's Argonautika Oct 26 to Nov 5 Cornish Playhouse
In and Out of Latin: Diptych and Virtual Diptych in Marvell, Milton, and Others. Sponsored by CMEMS, Graduate Research Cluster in Classics, Medieval and Early Modern Studies of the Simpson Humanities Center 
Stephen Hinds
Oct 18 4:30pm Communications Building (CMU) 226
Iphigenia and Other Daughters, UW School of Drama.  Adapted by Ellen McLaughlin from Euripides' Iphigenia in Aulis and Iphigenia in Tauris and Sophocles' Electra Oct 18 to Oct 30 Glen Hughes Penthouse Theater, UW Campus
Seattle Shakespeare Company presents Medea by Euripides Oct 18 to Nov 13 Center Theater at Seattle Center
German Masculinity, Nationalism, and Pompeii: Eduard von Mayer's Pompeji in seiner Kunst (1904)
Sarah Levin-Richardson
Oct 14 3:30pm Den 359
On the Trail of Ancient Greeks and Romans in Plymouth Plantation
David Lupher (Whitman College)
Oct 8 1:00pm University of Puget Sound Campus, Thomas Hall, Tahoma Room
A Revisionist History of Rome
Mary Beard
Sep 19 7:30pm Great Hall, Town Hall Seattle
Roman Myth and Mythmaking, an exhibit and lecture series in Spokane at Gonzaga University's Jundt Art Museum Sep 17 to Dec 17 Jundt Art Museum, Spokane, WA
Warfare in Ancient Persia, 550-330 BC (2015-16 Ridgway Lecture)
John Lee (Santa Barbara)
Mar 10 7:00pm 109 Wyatt Hall, University of Puget Sound
"Science Fiction, Fantasy, and the Ancient World" 
Owen Ewald (Seattle Pacific)
Feb 9 3:00pm Demaray Hall 150 (Seattle Pacific University)
'Sex and Other Things Sell: Athenian Potters and their Foreign Consumers'
Kathleen Lynch (Cincinnati)
Feb 6 1:00pm Tahoma Room in Commencement Hall, University of Puget Sound


Title Date Time Location
Annual Theodore Roethke Memorial Poetry Reading
David Ferry
May 28 8:00pm Roethke Auditorium, 130 Kane Hall
“The Once and Future Antiquity: Classical Traditions in Science Fiction and Fantasy” Mar 27 to Mar 29 University of Puget Sound (Tacoma)
'Gladiators and Spectacular Violence in Ancient Rome'
Sarah C. Stroup (UW Classics)
Mar 15 12:30pm Seattle Public Central Library, Level 1, Microsoft Auditorium


Title Date Time Location
"Advertised for 2700 Years and Now You Get Her!" - Helen of Troy on the Silver Screen
Ruby Blondell (UW Classics)
Oct 21 7:30pm Glenn Hughes Penthouse Theatre
Mirrors and Make Believe: the Failures of Recognition in Kleist's Penthesilea
Ellwood Wiggins (UW Germanics)
Oct 17 1:30pm Denny Hall 308
The Jewels in the Crown: The Iconography of Parthian, Sassanid, and Kushan Coins
Ken Harl (Tulane)
Oct 10 1:30pm Smith 306
Greece: A Short History of a Long Story, 7000 BCE to the Present
Carol Thomas (UW History)
Sep 30 3:30pm Allen Library Auditorium
The Society for Textual Scholarship’s International Interdisciplinary Conference Mar 20 to Mar 22 TBA
Mors Falsimoniae - The Film Feb 4 5:00pm Suzzallo Library, Special Collections Classroom
Latin Verse by Women (Annual C. May Marston Lecture)
Owen Ewald (Seattle Pacific)
Feb 4 2:00pm Seattle Pacific University, Upper Gwinn Queen Anne Room


Title Date Time Location
Ancient Roman Slavery and American History
Sandra Joshel (UW History)
Oct 23 7:00pm Kane Hall 130
Prof. Blondell to present at GeekGirlCon 2013
Ruby Blondell (UW Classics)
Oct 19 10:00am The Conference Center in Downtown Seattle
Ancient and Medieval Oil Lamps from the Bogue Collection
Ann Nicgorski (Willamette University)
Oct 17 7:00pm University of Puget Sound (Wyatt 109)
Under the Wings of Artemis: The Crossroads of Scholarship and Art.  Themes from the Academic Works of the University of Washington Classics Faculty Reflected In Modern Book Arts Oct 14 to Feb 21 Special Collections of the Allen Library
University Lecture Series 2013: Jews, Greeks, And Romans in The Ancient World: From Marginalization to Multiculturalism
Prof. Sarah Stroup (UW Classics)
Apr 10 to Apr 24 7:00pm Temple Beth Am
The Borghese Mosaics, Its Gladiators, and Late Roman Spectacles of Death (Lecture sponsored by UW Art History)
Anne McClanan (Portland State)
Mar 4 4:00pm Art 317


Title Date Time Location
Taking Archaeology Digital.  The Redford Conference in Archaeology (University of Puget Sound) Oct 25 to Oct 28 University of Puget Sound
The Mummy, The Book, and the Tomb: Rereading Early Egyptian Christianity Through Its Artifacts
Nicola Denzey Lewis (Brown University)
Mar 1 7:00pm University of Puget Sound, WY 109
The Mummy, The Book, and the Tomb: Rereading Early Egyptian Christianity Through Its Artifacts
Nicola Denzey Lewis (Brown University)
Feb 29 7:00pm Communications 226