Byron MacDougall and Matthew Wellenbach, both Brown Classics grad students set to defend their dissertations this April, have published articles in the latest issue of Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies.
Benjamin Nacar ('12) will be presenting a program of original compositions entitled Dreams of Homer. Concerts will take place in March (the afternoons of the 14th, 15th, and 16th), at RISD and at the Cogut Center.
Where: First Baptist Meeting House, 75 North Main St., Providence, RI.
Description: Featuring seasonal readings by Brown Classics Department Faculty. Carols for all, with musical prelude and accompaniment by University Organist Mark Steinbach, plus the Chattertocks' rendition of the XII days of Christmas and a special appearance by the Brown Madrigal Singers. Admission is free; all are welcome.
The Brown Classical Journal invites all undergraduates with an interest in Classics to submit works relevant to the ancient world and its traditions in subsequent eras. We also welcome submissions that treat the cultures of any ancient society, East or West, that touch on Greco-Roman antiquity. Submissions may include research papers, essays, translations, poetry, original photographs, artwork, & creative pieces. Deadline: Dec 22, 2013