Title Date Time Location
How and Why to Talk to a Dictator about Philosophy, Poetry, and Dancing Naked: Cicero and Caesar in Cicero's speech Pro rege Deiotaro
Brian Krostenko (University of Notre Dame)
Mar 6 4:30pm Dempsey Hall 104
Hebrew Traditions in Hellenistic Jewish sources: Philo of Alexandria and the Epistle to the Galatians
Michal Bar Asher Siegel and Elitzur Bar Asher Siegel
Feb 20 4:30pm Thomson 317
The Myth of Originality, in conjunction with UW School of Drama production of Trojan Women: A Love Story
Alice Hofgren
Jan 21 1:00pm Floyd and Dolores Jones Playhouse, University of Washington


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
Conceptualizing premodernities: What, Why, Who, How?
Wiebke Denecke, East Asian Literatures & Comparative Literature, Boston University
May 5 3:30pm Simpson Center for the Humanities CMU 226
The Dragon and the Pearl: Late Antique Christian Renditions of an Eurasian Motif
Joel Walker, UW Department of History
Apr 11 4:00pm CMU 202
Ethical Pedagogies in Teaching Classics, Medieval, and Early Modern Periods
Professor Kate Norako, of the UW English Dept., and the Classical Medieval and Early Modern Studies Group
Mar 1 4:00pm CMU 218D
Undergraduate Theater Society Presents Medea Feb 23 to Mar 5 Cabaret Theater Hutchinson Hall


Title Date Time Location
Lost Verses of the Iliad
Casey Dué Hackney (University of Houston)
Oct 28 3:30pm Paccar 295
Miscellanea Classica: Beginnings, Endings and In-between (Undergraduate Research Symposium) 
Joseph Bringman, Rachael Clark, Dick Russell, Zoe Thomas, Taylor Glennon
May 20 3:30pm to 5:15pm Mary Gates Hall 284
Til death do us part: The enduring appeal of the Orpheus & Eurydice Legend May 17 7:00pm Brechemin Auditorium, UW School of Music
Creativity, Art and Scholarship: the research and writing of The Moor's Account
Dr. Laila Lalami
May 7 2:00pm Husky Union Building, Room 250, UW Seattle Campus
Thetis in Trojan Myth
Menelaos Christopoulos, University of Patras, Greece
Mar 4 3:30pm Condon Hall 309
Aspects of Greek Myth in European Opera
Menelaos Christopoulos, University of Patras, Greece
Mar 2 3:30pm Dempsey Hall 104
Enacting the Past: Projects and Performances in the Classroom Feb 6 8:30am Communications 206
Ethos and Persona in Catullus 16
Adrian Gramps, visiting graduate student, Trinity College Dublin
Jan 29 2:30pm Condon 309


Title Date Time Location
Plutarch and the Character of History
John Marincola (Florida State)
Mar 7 3:30pm 290 Paccar Hall
Sympathy: The Early Life of An Idea
Brooke Holmes (Princeton)
Jan 24 3:30pm 264 Savery


Title Date Time Location
Youth and Rejuvenation in Tacitus' Agricola and Dialogus
Dylan Sailor (UC Berkeley)
Nov 22 3:30pm 216 Denny Hall
Colloquium: 'Political Theory: Normative & Positive / Ancient & Modern'
Josiah Ober (Katz Lecturer)
Apr 17 3:30pm 202 Communications