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Jill Hicks-Keeton, Department of Religious Studies at University of Oklahoma, will be talking about her research on the collection and curation practices of the Museum and the Bible.
Cynthia Miller-Naudé and Jacobus Naudé (University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa) will be discussing their recent research in Hebrew linguistics.
Detail to follow!
Join us for a public lecture featuring Professor of Art History, Penelope Davies, University of Texas at Austin.
Details to follow!
Join us for a talk by Professor Emerita of Classical Studies, Helen King, Open University
This event is part of the Constellations program.
Join us for the AIA featured speaker, Professor Steven Tuck of Miami University of Ohio.
Join us for this lecture by Visiting Assistant Professor Katherine De Boer, Department of Classical Studies at Indiana University-Bloomington.
Sponsored by the Classics Graduate Forum.
A lecture by Professor Debbie Felton, University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
We often think of serial killers as a modern phenomenon, but classical myth and history provide many examples that such killings took place thousands of years ago in the ancient Mediterranean.
Hosted by The Classics Society.
Learn about the career paths of various Classics alumni.
Who will be there? Read the bios!
Details, Handshake, and Networking Tips
Humanities Without Borders features Professor of Classical Studies Emily Wilson, University of Pennsylvania.