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Presentations by Graduate Students

2013-2014

"Eastern Women and Western Imperialism: Vergil's Dido and Flaubert's Salammbo"
Amy K. Lather
International Federation of the Societies of Classical Studies (FIEC), Bordeaux, France, Summer 2014

"DIY Archaeology. The Low Tech of High Tech at the Pompeii Quadriporticus Project"
Benjamin M. Crowther
Digital Archaeological Practice: A Workshop on the Use of Technology in the Field, Amherst, MA, Spring 2014

"A Comparison of Access Analysis and Graffiti Concentrations in Pompeian Houses"
Jacqueline F. Dibiasie
Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Spring 2014

“Roman Ephebophilia: The Case of Horace's Odes”
Paul J. Hay
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2014

"Plutarch and Oracles in the Lives and the Moralia"
Amy K. Lather
American Philological Association Annual Meeting, Spring 2014

“Contested Foundation Myths and Elite Competition at Imperial Aphrodisias”
Ann M. Morgan
Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Spring 2014

“Avenues of eLearning in the Classics Classroom”
Bartolo A. Natoli
iLatin and eGreek: A conference on ancient languages and new technology; Open University, London, UK, Spring 2014

“Research and Pedagogy in the Classics: Two Models for Integration”
Bartolo A. Natoli
Classical Association Annual Conference, Spring 2014

“Planting False Memories: Ex Ponto 1.9 and the Creation of the Ovidian ‘Story’”
Bartolo A. Natoli
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2014

“Grounding Classics Pedagogy in the Theory of eLearning”
Bartolo A. Natoli
Classical Association Annual Conference, Spring 2014

“Numismatic Refashioning and Public Dialogue in Trajan's Imperial Coinage”
Charles W. Oughton
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2014

“Looking for a Few Good (Provincial) Men: Friendship and Flattery in Dio's Kingship Orations”
Colin W. Yarbrough
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2014

2012-2013

“Albanian Identity: Provincial Issues in Roman Illyricum.”
Brandi M. Buckler
Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Spring 2013

“Seeming and Being in Xenophon’s On Horsemanship and On the Cavalry Commander”
Jacqueline F. DiBiasie
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2013

“Genre Manipulation for Humor and Subversion in Pompeian Graffiti”
Jacqueline F. DiBiasie
American Philological Association Annual Meeting, Spring 2013

"Cybele at Rome's Borders"
Nancy M. Hoffman
Duke-UNC Graduate Student Colloquium

‘The Politics and Semiotics of Etymology in Varro’s De Lingua Latina.”
Steven J. Lundy
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2013

“Aristion of Trozen: A Hellenistic Actor's Relation to the Artistic Past on Stone”
Jonathan MacLellan
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2013

“Family Matters: Visual and Epigraphic Representations of Family at Imperial Aphrodisias”
Ann M. Morgan
Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Spring 2013

“The Nobile Animate Motion: Speech Loss and Schema Theory in Ovid’s Metamorphoses
Bartolo A. Natoli
Boston University Graduate Conference, Spring 2013

“Epistolarity and Allusion: Tristia 3.3 and Tibullus 1.3”
Bartolo A. Natoli
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2013

“Experiential Learning and Latin Instruction”
Bartolo A. Natoli
Classical Association Annual Conference, Spring 2013

“Inverting the Carthaginian Foundation Myth in Nepos’ Hannibal
Charles Westfall Oughton
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2013

"Rem tene, imagines sequentur: Augustine and the Method of Loci in Confessions 10"
James F. Patterson
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2013

“Albanian Identity: Provincial Issues in Roman Illyricum”
Brandi M. Buckler
University of Texas at Austin Graduate Colloquium, Fall 2012

Psychological Transformation: Looking Beyond Gendered Obligations in Euripides' Medea”
Brandi M. Buckler
University of Wisconsin–Madison Graduate Colloquium, Fall 2012

“Multiple Registers: Greek and Egyptian Allusions in Callimachus’ ‘Coma Berenices’”
Bartolo A. Natoli
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Southern Section, Fall 2012

2011-2012

“Teaching Summer Language Courses: Curriculum Design, Management and Evaluation”
Bartolo A. Natoli
Department of Classics Colloquium Series, University of Texas at Austin, Spring 2012

"Augustus and Roman Imperialism in Illyricum"
Brandi M. Buckler
Projekti Arkeologjike i Shkodres Field School, Shkoder, Albania, Spring 2012

“The Atrium and the Elite: Models of Space in Latin Literature”
Jacqueline F. DiBiasie
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2012

"Promoting Pedigree: Elite Competition in the Ancestor Clauses from Aphrodisias"
Ann M. Morgan
Research Center for Anatolian Civilization Mini-Symposium, Constructing Spaces of Memory in Anatolian Civilizations; Istanbul, Spring 2012

“The Efficacy of Exempla: Modes of Immortality in Pindar’s Third Pythian”
Bartolo A. Natoli
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2012

“Aristotle on the Politics of Marriage: ‘Marital Rule’ in the Politics
David J. Riesbeck
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2012

Invited Comment on Marc Gasser, “Autarkeia and Contemplation,”
David J. Riesbeck
Ancient Philosophy Workshop, University of Texas at Austin, Spring 2012

“Humility, Humiliation, and Mock-Epic”
Laura C. Takakjy
American Philological Association Annual Meeting, Spring 2012

"Investigations on the Monumental Architecture of Archaic Crete"
E. Taylor Bose
National Archaeology Day, University of Texas-Austin, Fall 2011

"A Roman portrait head in the Blanton collection"
Sarah Davies and Joelle Lardi
National Archaeology Day, University of Texas-Austin, Fall 2011

“The Graffiti of Oplontis”
Jacqueline F. DiBiasie
National Archaeology Day, University of Texas-Austin, Fall 2011

“Myth, Manipulation, and Munificence: Elite Identity and Civic Memory in Roman Asia Minor”
Ann M. Morgan
In-House presentation for the Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations; Istanbul, Fall 2011

2010-2011

"Competing Cultural Discourses in Callimachus’ Acontius and Cydippe"
Marquis S. Berrey
American Philological Association Annual Meeting, Spring 2011

"New Medicine in Ancient Alexandria: Herophilus’ Discovery of the Pulse"
Marquis S. Berrey
University of Iowa in Iowa City, Spring 2011

‘The Politics and Semiotics of Etymology in Varro’s De Lingua Latina
Steven J. Lundy
American Philological Association Annual Meeting, Spring 2011

“The Archaic Temple in Roman Corinth: Civic Identity in the Capital of Achaia”
Ann M. Morgan
Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Spring 2011

“Isis and the Elegists”
Bartolo A. Natoli
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Annual Meeting, Spring 2011

“The Hollowed Inside: Orestes’s Emptiness and the World of Mycenae”
Catalina Popescu
Interiority in Early Cultures; The University of California at Irvine, Spring 2011

“Memory in Sophocles’ Electra-Explaining an Act of Feminine Heroism”
Catalina Popescu
New Directions in Anthropology, IVth Annual Conference; The University of Texas at Austin, Spring 2011

“‘Sing the Dionysus’: Euripides’ Bacchae as Dramatic Hymn”
Rebecca A. Richards
The Comparative Drama Conference; Los Angeles, with M. Damen, Spring 2011

Invited Comment on Juan Pablo Bermúdez Rey, “Gorgias on the Normativity of Language”
David J. Riesbeck
Ancient Philosophy Workshop; Washington University, St. Louis, Spring 2011

“The Mythic Past and Local Tradition at Aphrodisias: An Interpretation of Three Relief Panels from the Sebasteion”
Ann M. Morgan
Annual Meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research, Fall 2010

“Art and Artistic Condition in Ovid's Metamorphoses-Les Fleurs du Mal
Catalina Popescu
Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Southern Section, Fall 2010

“Uncomfortable Laughter: Free and Unfree in Menander’s Epitrepontes
Bartolo A. Natoli
Classical Association of the Middle West and South Southern Section, Fall 2010

“Art as the Savior of Human Identity in Ovid's Metamorphoses
Bartolo A. Natoli
University of Wisconsin Graduate Forum, Fall 2010

“Women and the Language of Power.”
L. Brooke Rich
UCLA Graduate Student Conference: That’s What She Said, Fall 2010

Updated 3/6/14

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