PhD students Amie Goblirsch, Kate Melberg, and Marina Grochocki, along with alumni Ximing Lu and Mason Wheelock-Johnson, presented at the most recent Classical Association of the Middle West and South meeting which took place March 23-26.
Their paper topics are listed below:
Amie Goblirsch: “On the Nature of Architecture: An Ecocritical Approach to Vitruvius”
Kate Melberg: “Identifying the Epistolary in Seneca’s Tragedies”
Marina Grochocki: “On Helpless Love: Love in Apollonius of Rhodes’ Argonautica 1″
Ximing Lu (PhD ’21): “The Father, the Son, and the Requester: Marcus and Politeness in Ciceronian
Letters” (Bucknell University)
Mason Wheelock-Johnson (PhD ’21): “One Must Tend One’s Garden: Care, Plants, and Humans in Seneca’s Moral Letters”