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Tracking Heracles through Pausanias

Sept. 25, 2017

Talk by Greta Hawes Tracking Heracles through Pausanias: l ocal myth and panhellenic knowledge Monday, September 25 5:00 PM HUMN 250 Heracles is everywhere in Pausanias’ Description of Greece. He was the ‘panhellenic hero par excellence’, and innumerable local communities connected landmarks in their territories to his mythic adventures. Precisely...

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McClanahan Lecture: Forgotten Cities

Feb. 22, 2017

Forgotten cities hidden in plain sight: archaeology and ancient landscapes in Greece presented by Professor Dimitri Nakassis Archaeology is usually associated with excavation, a process that brings the past into the present by peeling away layers, revealing ancient surfaces and structures along with their associated artifacts. In places like Rome...

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Winner of McClanahan Essay Prize - Elizabeth Deacon

Nov. 30, 2016

Congratulations to Elizabeth Deacon , winner of this year’s Mary E. V. McClanahan Graduate Essay Prize. Elizabeth is fourth-year PhD student working on Apuleius. She receives the $1500 prize for her essay “Diotima and Isis: The Platonic Model behind the Metamorphoses ’ Eleventh Book”. She will present her essay as...

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McClanahan Lecture Series - NOV 16

Nov. 16, 2016

McClanahan Lecture Series Revisiting the Column of Trajan presented by Associate Professor Diane Conlin Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at 7PM in HUMN 150

Who's Buried in Philip's Tomb?

Who's Buried in Philip's Tomb?- October 20 at 5 PM

Oct. 20, 2016

Who's Buried in Philip's Tomb? Dr. Jeanne Reames, University of Nebraska-Omaha Thursday, October 20, 2016 at 5pm Eaton Humanitites 250 1610 Pleasant St Boulder CO 80309 In northern Greece on the afternoon of November 8, 1977, Manolis Andronikos opened an unlooted tomb, revealing spectacular grave goods. Soon, he announced he’d...

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The Beginnings of Beer - OCT 13

Oct. 13, 2016

Join us for The Beginnings of Beer in the Ancient World by Travis Rupp Longmont Public Library on Thursday, October 13 at 7PM Registration Required

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Guest Lectutre by Dr. Dieter T. Roth - OCT 13 3PM

Oct. 13, 2016

Join the Department of Religious Studies as the present : Evil in Marcion's Conception of the "Old Testament" God' A guest lecture by Dr. Dieter T. Roth Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz, Germany Thusday, October 13, 2016 in HUMN 350 at 3PM Marcion was one of the most significant "heretics" of the...

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CMEMS Invited Speaker, Lisa Bailey - OCT 11

Oct. 11, 2016

Please join us for a public lecture by Professor Lisa Bailey, University of Auckland “Servants of God, Servants of the Church: Service and Religion in Early Mediaeval France” Tuesday, October 11 at 5PM in HUMN125 Co-sponsored by the Department of Classics and History. Everyone welcome.

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