Fall 2014

Lecture
September 23, 2014

Melissa Haynes

Princeton University

Statius and the Invention of Horror
Sponsored by the Department of Classics

Spring 2014

Lecture
April 29, 2014

Ruth Webb

Université Lille 3

Images and Argumentation in Ancient Rhetoric
Sponsored by the Department of Classics
Lecture
April 25, 2014

Leonard Barkan and Emily Gowers

Convened by Aaron Kachuck and Leon Grek

Farrago: A Convivium on Food and Latin Satire
Sponsored by the Council of the Humanities; RSVP by Apr. 17th to lgrek@princeton.edu
Lecture
April 21, 2014

Laurence Totelin

Lecturer in Ancient History, Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion, Cardiff University

Ethnic and Hybrid Vegetables: Reading Greek and Roman Botanical Texts with a Historian's Eye
Co-sponsors: Program in the Ancient World, Program in History of Science and the Department of Classics
Lecture
April 15, 2014

Emily Gowers

University of Cambridge

Maecenas the Midwife, Or, What is the Gender of Horace's Epodes?
Sponsored by the Department of Classics
PAW Grad Lunch Lecture
April 11, 2014

Dr. Robyn Veal

McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research Anniversary Fellow (2012-2015)
University of Cambridge

The History and Archaeology of Forests and Fuel in the Roman Period
Sponsored by the Program in the Ancient World; Co-sponsored by the Department of Classics; By Invite only, Please RSVP to thatcher@princeton.edu
Lecture
April 7, 2014

Marek Wecowski

Assistant Professor, Princeton University;
Fulbright Visiting Fellow

Wine and the Origins of the Greek Alphabet. Early Greek vase-inscriptions and the symposion
Sponsored by the Department of Classics
Lecture
March 28, 2014

Melina Tamiolaki

University of Crete, Department of Philology,

Is Xenophon ‘dark’? Towards a Typology of Readings in the Cyropaedia
Sponsored by the Department of Classics; Co-sponsored by the Program in the Ancient World; By Invite Only, Please RSVP to ebarth@princeton.edu
Faber Lecture
March 25, 2014

Stephen Hinds

Professor of Classics, University of Washington

Poetry across languages: parallel lives, versions of pastoral
Sponsored by the Department of Classics and Council of the Humanities
Lecture
March 5, 2014

Katerina Ierodiakonou

Associate Professor of Ancient Philosophy at the University of Athens and the University of Geneva

Dialectic as Part of Stoic Philosophy
Sponsored by the Department of Classics, Department of Philosophy, Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies, with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger '52 Hellenic Fund, and Council of the Humanities
Lecture
March 4, 2014

John T. Hamilton

Harvard University, Professor of Comparative Literature

Repetitio Sententiarum, Repetitio Verborum: Kant, Hamann, and the Implications of Citation
Sponsored by the Department of Classics and Council of the Humanities
Lecture
February 24, 2014

Andrew M. Riggsby

Stanley Kelley, Jr. Visiting Professor for Distinguished Teaching, Princeton University

Uncertainty Principle: Roman Metrological Culture
Sponsored by the Department of Classics; Co-sponsored by the Program in the Ancient World
Lecture
February 18, 2014

Edith Hall

Professor in the Department of Classics & the Center for Hellenic Studies, King's College London

Black Sea Iphigenia's Roman and Imperial Escapade
Sponsored by the Department of Classics
Lecture
February 12, 2014

Martin Jehne

Professor of Ancient History, Technische Universität Dresden

What Could You Say and What Could You Do in the Late Republic and Augustan Principate?: Another Attempt to Understand the Reemergency of Monarchy in Rome
Sponsored by the Program in the Ancient World
Lecture
February 10, 2014

Boris Maslov

University of Chicago

Indo-European Pindar? The Archaeology of hymns
Sponsored by the Department of Classics

Fall 2013

Lecture
December 6, 2013

Barbara Kowalzig

New York University, Department of Classics

Religion and Cross-Cultural Trade in the Greek Mediterranean
Sponsored by the Department of Classics
Lecture
November 13, 2013

Kristina Milnor

Associate Professor, Barnard College, Department of Classics and Ancient Studies

Faustilla the Pawnbroker: on gender and finance in the Early Roman Empire
Sponsored by the Department of Classics
Lecture
November 5, 2013

Wayne Hankey

Dalhousie University (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

All Given and All Received: Deus in se in Aquinas' Summa theologiae
Sponsored by the Classical Philosophy Colloquium and the Department of Classics
Lecture
October 21, 2013

Mark Griffith

Professor of Classics, University of California, Berkeley - Department of Classics

The Gender of Ancient Greek Music
Sponsored by the Department of Classics
Lecture
October 17, 2013

Kevin van Bladel

The Sciences in Sasanian Iran
Lecture
October 4, 2013

John Dillery

University of Virginia

Herodotus and naming: Atys and Adrastus
Sponsored by The Department of Classics; Co-sponsored by The Program in the Ancient World
Lecture
September 30, 2013

Ingo Gildenhard

University Lecturer in Classics and Fellow of King's College, King's College - Classics

Cicero’s Civic Ethics: Fundamentalism in a Republican Key
Sponsored by the Department of Classics
Lecture
September 24, 2013

Helen Morales (postponed)

Professor of Classics, University of California, Santa Barbara - Classics Department

Lecture
September 24, 2013

Lucinda Dirven

Associate Professor of Ancient History, University of Amsterdam

Hatra, City of the Sun God: Reconstructing Religion from Archaeology
Sponsored by the Department of Classics

Spring 2013

Lecture
April 23, 2013

Elizabeth Asmis

Professor, University of Chicago, Department of Classics

The Stoics on the Reception of Poems
Sponsored by the Department of Classics
Lecture
April 16, 2013

Irene Peirano

Assistant Professor, Yale University, Department of Classics

Quintilian's epic performances: the orator and the poet in the Institutio Oratoria
Sponsored by the Department of Classics
Lecture
April 10, 2013

Rosalind Thomas

University of Oxford

Historiography, Memory and the Development of the Greek Polis
Sponsored by the Program in the Ancient World
Lecture
April 9, 2013

Rosalind Thomas

University of Oxford

Luncheon with PAW Graduate Students
Sponsored by the Program in the Ancient World
Lecture
March 29, 2013

Stephen Lambert

Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, and Lecturer in the Cardiff School of History, Archaeology and Religion, Cardiff University

The Distribution of Political Influence in Late Classical Athens: An Epigraphical Perspective
Sponsored by the Program in the Ancient World
Faber Lecture
March 26, 2013

Leslie Kurke

Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley

Pindar's Material Imaginary: Dedication and Politics in Olympian 7
Sponsored by the Department of Classics and supported by the Eberhard L. Faber Fund and the Council for Humanities
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