Our annual meet-and-greet with Latin and Classics students from SLO High! Professors are encouraged to make themselves available to welcome and encourage the next generation of students curious about our discipline.
This lecture is part of the ‘Black Classicism’ lecture series presented in conjunction with the ‘14 Black Classicists‘ exhibition hosted jointly by the Museum of Art, Architecture and Design and the Library.
Co-sponsored by the Argyropoulos Endowment for Hellenic Studies, the Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, and the departments of Black Studies and Classics.
Prof. Amelia R. Brown (Greek History & Language, University of Queensland) holds a Discovery Early Career Research Award from the Australian Research Council to study the role that sailors and travelers had on the development of Greek religion and identity.
This lecture is presented by the IHC Research Focus Group in Ancient Borderlands.
A lunch-time colloquium offered by our Sullivan Lecturer, Prof. Grant Parker of Stanford University.
Night occupies an intriguing place in Roman culture: my aim will be to tease out some of its aspects. In particular, we may well ask about the role of night in relation to social boundaries, or how to make sense of its frequently negative representation in Latin literature. Were there changes in this over the course of historical time, particularly in late antiquity?
Grant Parker is Chair and Associate Professor of Classics at Stanford University.
Contact Anna to schedule your time.