Inaugurated in Spring 2010, stemming from a generous grant from the Grimshaw-Gudewicz Foundation, whose generosity also helps to subsidize refreshments for the ongoing Graduate Student Symposia series, an eminent scholar in Classical Studies is selected and invited by the graduate students of the Classics Department to lead a seminar for graduate students and present a lecture open to the public on a topic of their choosing relating to the ancient world.
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Christopher Faraone, University of Chicago
"Women and Children First: The Earliest Evidence for Ancient Greek Body Amulets"
Monday, April 27, 2015
Professor A.J. Woodman, University of Virginia
"Vinous Voices: Horace, Epode 9"
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Susan Mattern, University of Georgia
"Hysterical Seizures in Ancient Greek Women: Perspectives from Modern Psychology"
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Hunter Rawlings, Association of American Universities, Cornell University
"The Lion in the Path: a discussion on the state of the Humanities and the Academy"
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
J. Strauss Clay, University of Virginia
"Mapping the Trojan Plain and Plotting the Greek Catalogue"
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Professor Stephen Hinds, University of Washington
"Intertextual X Games"
April 19, 2010
Rhiannon Ash, University of Oxford
"Tiberius the Satirist"