Classics Department Graduate Events for Spring 2018

  • January 22nd at 3pm: Yvona Trnka-Amrhein Work in Progress/Tea 
  • January 24th: Travis Rupp, Beer in the Old World (AIA Lecture)
  • February 2nd at 5pm: Departmental Happy Hour at Bohemian Biergarten
  • February 26th at 3pm: Beth Dusinberre Work in Progress/Tea 
  • February 27th at 7:00PM in HUMN 250 - Sarah James, McClanahan Lecture, "The Lost City of Sikyon"
  • March 3rd: Fountain Symposium: Saturday, March 3, 2018: Andrew Ford (Princeton), Paul Cartledge (Cambridge, Clare College), and Susan Rotroff (Washington University in St. Louis)
  • March 19th at 5PM in HUMN 135: Denise McCoskey, Miami University, Ohio, "On genetics, whiteness, and ‘historian hearsay bullsh*t’: how to talk about race in the ancient world after Charlottesville."
  • March 21st John Hale, Shipwrecks of Caesarea Maritima, Israel (AIA lecture)
  • April 2nd at 3pm: CAMWS paper practice session
  • April 9th at 3pm: CAMWS paper practice session
  • April 9th at 5PM in HUMN 135: Brian McGing, “Rome behaving badly. Appian's critique of Roman imperialism during the Republic.”
  • April 11th: Jen Gates-Foster Hellenistic Egypt (AIA lecture)
  • April 20th at 5pm: Departmental Happy Hour at Sanitas 
  • April 30th at 3pm: Final paper workshop (for grad students only)
  • May 1st: Beth Dusinberre, University of Colorado, Distinguished Research Lecture

Classics Department Graduate Events for Fall 2017

  • September 15th at 4 pm, HUMN 345: Faculty Work in Progress, Lauri
  • September 16th: Boulder Zee Jaipur Literary Festival, with classicists Donna Zuckerberg, Dan-el Padilla Peralta, and Johanna Hanink (all involved in Eidolon: https://eidolon.pub) speaking at the Boulder Public Library’s Canyon Theatre on Saturday, September 16 (http://jaipurliteraturefestival.org/boulder/program).
  • September 22nd, at 4 PM: Tour of Avery Brewing with Travis Rupp, followed by department happy hour
  • September 30th (Saturday): Colorado Classics Day
  • October 6th at 3 pm, HUMN 350: Discussion on Latin and other pedagogy
  • October 11th at 7PM, HUMN 250: McClanahan Lecture, Travelers and Immigrants in Ancient Greek Myth by Lauri Reitzammer
  • October 20th at 3 pm, HUMN 345: Faculty work in progress, Dimitri
  • October 23rd at 5 PM, HUMN 250: Deborah Kamen, Associate Professor, University of Washington, “Insults and Abuse in Classical Athens”
  • Ocboter 30th at 5 PM HUMN 250: Jason Pedicone, President of the Paideia Institute for Humanistic Study, "How to Build a Humanities Startup"
  • November 10th at 4 PM: Department happy hour at Sanitas Brewing
  • November 15th at 7 PM, Paleontology Hall of the CU Natural History Museum: Jack Hansen, "Oppidum cadavera: Assessing the Impact of Ancient Urbanism on Moder Europe and Beyond"
  • November 17th at 3 PM HUMN 345: Graduate Student Paper Workshop
  • November 29th, 7 PM, Tyler Lansford, McClanahan Lecture, “Classical Rhetoric in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.”