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January 2021

Graduate Student Workshop | Zak Gram

January 20 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Graduate Workshop January 20th - "The Trajectory of Negative Theology in the Platonic Tradition" by Zak Gram The UCLA Classics Graduate Workshop is a bi-weekly seminar for graduate students in Classics and related fields; the purpose of the workshop is to provide a venue in which graduate scholars can showcase their ongoing research and receive useful commentary from their peers in an informal setting.To see upcoming sessions this quarter, visit Graduate Workshop.

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February 2021

Graduate Student Workshop | James Piper

February 3 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Zoom,

Graduate Workshop February 3rd - "Physical Expressions of Emotion and Questions of Interpretation in Livy's Third Decade" by James Piper The UCLA Classics Graduate Workshop is a bi-weekly seminar for graduate students in Classics and related fields; the purpose of the workshop is to provide a venue in which graduate scholars can showcase their ongoing research and receive useful commentary from their peers in an informal setting.To see upcoming sessions this quarter, visit Graduate Workshop.

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CMRS Work-in-Progress Happy Hour with Prof. Adriana Vazquez

February 10 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

“The Influence of Vergil’s Epic Program on Gabriel Pereira de Castro’s Poem Ulisseia ou Lisboa Edificada (1636)” CMRS is hosting twice-monthly Works-in-Progress Happy Hours to promote intellectual exchange and collegiality while most of us are continuing to work and learn remotely. The Happy Hours are open to UCLA faculty and graduate students and consist of a short informal presentation followed by open discussion. Open to faculty and graduate students. Invitations to register for the Zoom link will be sent by…

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Graduate Student Workshop | Tianran Liu

February 24 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Zoom,

Graduate Workshop February 24th - "Bestiality and Female Lust in the Roman and Chinese Novel" by Tianran Liu The UCLA Classics Graduate Workshop is a bi-weekly seminar for graduate students in Classics and related fields; the purpose of the workshop is to provide a venue in which graduate scholars can showcase their ongoing research and receive useful commentary from their peers in an informal setting.To see upcoming sessions this quarter, visit Graduate Workshop.

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March 2021

“Agamemnon’s Cluelessness: Reason and Eudaimonia” | Josiah Ober

March 8 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Zoom,

There is a password on this Zoom meeting; please contact sshapiro@humnet.ucla.edu if you need the password.

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June 2021

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