Grad Symposiarchs

Benjamin Driver, Ella Grunberger-Kirsh



Avi Kapach

Déjà vu and False Phantoms: Politics and Intertextuality in Ovid's Myth of Anna Perenna (Fasti 3.543-656)”
[Wednesday, May 8, 2019]

Sam Butler

“Inscribing Communities Across the Mediterranean: A Comparative Approach to the Lycian and Oscan Alphabets in the First Millenium BCE”
[Friday, March 1, 2019]

Christopher Jotischky-Hull

“A 'Modern' Greece?: The Classical Legacy and the Enlightenment on Zakynthos”
[Friday, February 15, 2019]

Alvaro Pires

“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Fact, Fiction, and Truth in the Physiologos
[Friday, January 25, 2019]

Stephany Hull

“The Interdisciplinary Teacher: Augustine's 'Contra Academicos' as a Dialogue about Rhetoric”
[Friday, December 7, 2018]

Prof. Leni Ribeiro Leite (University of Espirito Santo, Brazil)

“Teaching Latin with Early Texts: A Round-Table”
[Friday, November 16, 2018]