Graduate Forum

The Program in Early Cultures Graduate Forum meets about monthly to discuss research, professionalization, and pedagogy in an informal format. We provide a venue for students with interests in Early Cultures across all our departments to meet and socialize, and we welcome student-organised discussions or suggestions for future topics. All graduate students are welcome, whether or not you are enrolled in the Certificate.

Spring 2023

Writing: how to tackle your thesis or other large project.

Gretel Rodriguez (HIAA), Andrew Scherer (Anthropology), and Amy Russell (Classics) will lead discussion.

27 February, 12 noon, location TBA - lunch provided

 

Language pedagogy and ancient languages

Prof. Elsa Amanatidou

Prof Amanatidou is an expert on the latest approaches to language pedagogy, and will talk about how to apply those insights to ancient languages. 

15 March, 11am, location TBA

 

 

Fall 2022

 

Welcome Lunch

A lunch to relaunch the PEC Graduate Forum and introduce you to the new Graduate Certificate in Early Cultures. All welcome!

September 28, 12-2pm

Horace Mann 103

 

Language pedagogy and ancient languages - POSTPONED

This event has been postponed because of illness, and will be rescheduled in the Spring.

Prof. Elsa Amanatidou

Prof Amanatidou is an expert on the latest approaches to language pedagogy, and will talk about how to apply those insights to ancient languages. 

26 October, 11am

Horace Mann 103

 

Careers across disciplines

A panel event on how to prepare for and present yourself on the job market as someone whose research crosses into multiple disciplines. Jae Hee Han (Religious Studies), Jeff Moser (History of Art), and Amy Russell (Classics) will present and take questions.

7 December, 12 noon

RI Hall 008