Lectures & Events

Lectures & Events

The following lectures and events have been scheduled so far for the 2018-2019 Academic Year.
Please check back to this page for updates as we schedule more events.

Fall 2018  
This lecture will be Rescheduled
Please check back for a new time and place for this lecture.
The Archaeology of Monastic Cooking and Baking in Egypt

Abstract


co-sponsored by the
Archaeological Institute of America
Dr. Brooks Hedstrom
Professor, Director of Archaeology, and Chair
Department of History
Wittenberg University
Friday, October 26
Claxton & Kirkland rooms
Elliott University Center
9 a.m. coffee & pastries
10-4:15 presentations
Classical Studies Undergraduate Symposium
Full Schedule
Keynote Address:
"How the Sirens Lost their Wings: Teratology and the Transformation of Homer's Musical Monsters"
by
Dr. Jacqueline Arthur-Montagne
High Point University
Thursday, November 8
118 School of Education Building
5:30 p.m.*
*reception at 5 p.m.
Climate on a Human Scale: Exploring Seasonality in Late Bronze Age Crete

co-sponsored by the Archaeology Program and others
Dr. Jennifer Alice Moody
Research Fellow
Department of Classics
University of Texas, Austin

Dr. Moody is a recipient of the 1989 MacArthur genius award for her interdisciplinary archaeological research of the development of the landscapes of Crete and other Aegean Islands, drawing from ecology, geography, and anthropology.
Saturday, November 10
9:30 a.m.
Fall Forum
and
Classics Day
NC Junior Classical League &
UNCG Classical Society

Spring 2019  
Tuesday, April 16
6 p.m.
TBA
* wine & cheese reception at 5:30 p.m.
Going to the Games in Glorious Technicolour: circus mosaics and the realities of Roman chariot racing
Oliver Lecture


co-sponsored by the
Archaeological Institute of America
Dr. Hazel Dodge
Louis Claude Purser Senior Lecturer in Classical Archaeology
Department of Classics
Trinity College
Dublin