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Tuesday Classics Luncheon
Peter Moench, University of Virginia
"Pindar’s Manipulations of Time and Space in Nemean 6"
Tuesday, February 19, lunch at 12:30, talk at 1:00, and adjournment at 1:45
Room E1 of the Garden Room



***cancelled - to be rescheduled***

Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab 

Dan-el Pedilla Peralta, Princeton University
"From Pluralism to Epistemicide: Religions in the Imperial Roman Republic"
Friday, February 22, 12:00pm
Wilson 142

Tuesday Classics Luncheon
Holly Maggiore, University of Virginia
"Clodius furens: Cicero and Varro’s theologia tripartita in the de Haruspicum Responsis"
Tuesday, February 26, lunch at 12:30, talk at 1:00, and adjournment at 1:45
Room E1 of the Garden Room

Tuesday Classics Luncheon
John Dobbins, University of Virginia
"Omnes Viae Romam Ducunt"
Tuesday, March 5, lunch at 12:30, talk at 1:00, and adjournment at 1:45
Room E1 of the Garden Room

Stocker Lecture
Christina Kraus, Yale University
"Livy’s Faliscan Schoolmaster"
Tuesday, March 19, 5:00pm
Gibson Room, Cocke Hall

McIntire Lecture Series
Simon Rettig, Freer | Sackler Galleries
"Sultan Ahmad Jalayir and his Manuscripts: New Directions in Persian Arts of the Book around 1400"
Thursday, March 21, 6:30 PM
Campbell Hall, Room 160

Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab 
Cornelia Horn, Martin-Luther-Universitat Halle-Wittenberg
Friday, March 22, 12:00pm
Wilson 142

The Page-Barbour Lecture Series
Daniel Mendelsohn, Bard College
"ON DIGRESSION: Being Artfully Off-Topic in the Odyssey and After" 
A Series of Three Lectures

"Auerbach, Homer, Eustathius, Fénelon: Circling Toward Identity (Time)"
Tuesday, March 26, 4:00pm
Harrison/Small Auditorium

"Fénelon, Herodotus, Kâmil Pasha, Proust: Meandering Across Genre (Space)"
Wednesday, March 27, 4:00pm
Harrison/Small Auditorium.

"Proust, Joyce, Sebald, Auerbach: Perambulating with Memory (History)"
Thursday, March 28, 4:00pm
Harrison/Small Auditorium

Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab
Svetla Slaveva-Griffin, Florida State University
Friday, March 29, 12:00pm
Wilson 142

MESALC Interdisciplinary Lecture Series
Jean Dangler, Tulane University
"The Representation of the City in the Strophic Poetry (Azjal) of Ibn Quzman" 
Friday, March 29, 3:30pm
301 Wilson Hall 


Graduate student colloquium
Vox Populi: Populism and Popular Culture in Ancient Greece and Rome 
Kathleen Coleman, Harvard University (keynote)
Saturday, March 30 
Details TBA

Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab
Dorothy Kim, Brandeis University
Friday, April 5, 12:00pm
Newcomb 177

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

Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab
Erich Gruen, University of California, Berkeley
"The Sibylline Oracles: Jewish Adaptation of Greek Tradition as Resistance to Rome?"
Friday, April 12, 12noon 
Newcomb 177
lunch provided

MESALC Interdisciplinary Lecture Series
Valerie Stoker, Wright State University
"Loss, Corruption, Theft: The Perilous Lives of Texts in Medieval South India" 
Friday, April 12, 3:30pm
301 Wilson Hall 

Margaret Lowe Memorial Undergraduate Lecture
Andrew Becker, Virginia Tech
"Beyond Scansion: Reading the Rhythms of Latin Verse"
Monday, April 15,  5:00pm 
Gibson Room, Cocke Hall

Sophia Papaioannou, University of Athens
Thursday, April 18
Details TBA

Ancient History Jamboree
Friday, April 19

Dobbinalia: A Symposium in Honor of John Dobbins' Career and Retirement

Friday, April 26
Harrison Small Special Collections Auditorium
Details TBA


Dissecting Cultural Pluralism Lab 

Vinciane Pirenne-Delforge, Collège de France and the University of Liège
Friday, April 26, 12:00pm
Wilson 142

Classical Association of Virginia 
Saturday, May 4 
Randolph-Macon College, Ashland

Inner Purity in Ancient Mediterranean Traditions Conference
Andrej Petrovic and Ivana Petrovic, University of Virginia
Thursday May 9 - Saturday May 11
Gibson Room, Cocke Hall