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Tuesday Classics Luncheon
Dan Kinney, University of Virginia
Tuesday, October 16, lunch at 12:30, talk at 1:00, and adjournment at 1:45
Room E1 of the Garden Room




Weedon Lecture
Subhashini Kaligotla, Yale University

"Writ in Stone: Epigraphs and the Presence of Medieval Indian Makers"
Tuesday, October 16, 6:00pm
Campbell 158

Subhashini Kaligotla specializes in Deccan India of the first millennium, with research interests in sacred architecture, the agency of makers and images, and historiography. She is working on a book project titled "Cosmopolitan Craftsmen and Sacred Space in Medieval India," which is interested in what it means to make in early medieval India. The book examines the material and metaphoric resources available to a range of makers from temple builders and sculptors, poets and writers, to ruling houses and patrons. Kaligotla is Assistant Professor in the History of Art Department at Yale University.



Judaism and Christianity in Antiquity Colloquium
Jan Bremmer, University of Groningen
"Author, Date, and Provenance of the Protoevangelium Jacobi"
Wednesday, October 17, 1:00pm
Nau 441



 Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab 
Jan Bremmer, University of Groningen
“Religious Pluralism in Antiquity: Curiosity, Irritation and Dialogue from Herodotus to Late Antiquity”
Wednesday, October 17, 5:00 - 6:30pm
Gibson Room, Cocke Hall



 Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab 
Jan Bremmer, University of Groningen
“Early Christians in Corinth (AD 50-200): Religious Insiders or Outsiders?”
Friday, October 19, 12:00pm
Wilson 142



Tuesday Classics Luncheon
Giulio Celotto, University of Virginia
Tuesday, October 23, lunch at 12:30, talk at 1:00, and adjournment at 1:45
Room E1 of the Garden Room


 
Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab 
Ann Marie Yasin, University of Southern California
Friday, October 26, 12:00pm
Gibson Room, Cocke Hall




Tuesday Classics Luncheon
Brett Evans, University of Virginia
Tuesday, October 30, lunch at 12:30, talk at 1:00, and adjournment at 1:45
Room E1 of the Garden Room



Gildersleeve Inaugural Lecture
Tony Corbeill, University of Virginia
"Earthquakes, Etruscan Priests, and Roman Politics in the Age of Cicero"
Thursday, 1 November, 5:00pm
Gibson Room, Cocke Hall



Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab 

Graduate Student Research Showcase
Friday, November 9, 12:00pm
Wilson 142

Speakers:
Janet Dunkelbarger (Mediterranean Art and Archeology),

Najee Olya (Mediterranean Art and Archeology),

Jeannie Sellick (Religeous Studies)



Constantine Lecture
Susan Stephens, Stanford University
Thursday, November 15, 5:00pm
Gibson Room, Cocke Hall



Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab 

Dan-el Pedilla Peralta, Princeton University
Friday, February 22, 12:00pm
Wilson 142



Inner Purity Conference
Andrej Petrovic and Ivana Petrovic, University of Virginia
Friday, March 1 - Sunday, March 3
details TBA



Stocker Lecture
Christina Kraus, Yale University
Tuesday, March 19, 5:00pm
Gibson Room, Cocke Hall



Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab 

Cornelia Horn, Catholic University of America
Friday, March 22, 12:00pm
Wilson 142



The Page-Barbour Lectures
Daniel Mendelsohn, Bard College
Tuesday-Thursday, March 26-28
Details TBA



Graduate student colloquium (tentatively titled “People and Populism”) 
Kathleen Coleman, Harvard University
Saturday, March 30 
Details TBA



Katherine von Stackelberg, Brock University
Monday, April 8, 5:00pm
Gibson Room, Cocke Hall



Archaeological Institute of America Kress Lecture 
Filomena Limão, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
“In search of Roman Lisbon (Olisipo): What lies beneath our feet?” 
Thursday, April 11
Details TBA



Erich Gruen, University of California, Berkeley
Friday, April 12, 12noon 
Details TBA



Margaret Lowe Memorial Undergraduate Lecture
Andrew Becker, Virginia Tech
Monday, April 15,  5:00pm 
Gibson Room, Cocke Hall



Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab 

Vinciane Pirenne-Delforge, Collège de France
Friday, April 26, 12:00pm
Wilson 142