Graduate Student Colloquium

The Department of Classics Graduate Student Colloquium was inaugurated in the spring of 2000 when Christopher Trinacty presented a chapter of his M.A. thesis ("A Poetics of Desire: a Comparative Literary Study of the Hylas Myth"). All departmental graduate students are invited to make a presentation (15-20 mins.) on some aspect of their M.A. theses, or if they are delivering a paper at a scholarly conference. The atmosphere of the Colloquium is informal, congenial, and collegial, and those attending may bring their lunch. All Spring 2017 colloquia will take place in LSB 246, unless otherwise indicated below.


Friday, March 3
1:00: Next to Normal: An Interior OresteiaDr. Groves
1:20: The Mycenaean Kylix at Mt. Lykaion: An Investigation into the Late Helladic Vessel’s Appearance at the Ash Altar of Zeus. Stephen Czujko
1:40: Parsing the Mountain: Significance of Mountain Landscapes in the Homeric HymnsCollin J. Moat


2:20: Fear and Loathing in Ancient Thebes: Towards an interpretation of an Early Helladic Mass Burial. David B. Roberson
2:40: Trade and Production at the Villa del Vergigno. William H. Ramundt
3:00: Etruscan Shieldmaidens: Evidence for Warrior Women in Archaic ItalyMegan Esparsa

Friday, March 10 
1:00: Urbs ut scaena: Dramatic Space in the Historiae of TacitusDr. Waddell
1:20:  Defining a Dynasty:  Consolidation of Ptolemic Power in EgyptAmber Kearns
1:40: The Afterlife of the Classical Stoa: Architectural Reuse of Stoas in the Byzantine Empire with an Emphasis on the Peloponnese. Travis Hill


2:20: The House of the Good: Causes and Goodness in the PhilebusJohn Proios
2:40:  Sports Illustrated: Sports in Minoan Civilization as Further Evidence of WarfareLauren Oberlin



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