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Classics Graduate Conference | “Into the Wild: Flora and Fauna in the Classical World”

Royce Hall 314 10745 Dickson Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

The graduate students in the Classics Department at the University of California Los Angeles are pleased to announce the forthcoming graduate conference “Into the Wild: Flora and Fauna in the Classical World”, which will take place October 21-22, 2016 in the Humanities Conference Room (314) of UCLA Royce Hall. This conference provides a venue for...

Mellon Program in Post-Classical Latin | Conference

Royce Hall 314 10745 Dickson Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

The Mellon Program in Post-Classical Latin is pleased to present a conference, "Approaching the Unknown: "They Saw it With Their Own Eyes." Please view the entire program here.

Author.Net: A Transdisciplinary Conference on Distributed Authorship

Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center, UCLA 425 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, California

This conference will explore distributed authorship in ancient and new media, by placing scholars who work on this topic in the texts and practices of classical antiquity in dialogue with scholars who work on comparable modes of distribution in the digital domain. By staging a conversation with this particular mix of scholars, we aim to capitalise on the divergent...

Failures and Flaws in Classical Antiquity – UCLA Classics Grad Conference 2019

Royce Hall 314 10745 Dickson Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

Please join us on January 25-26th at UCLA for the Classics Graduate Conference featuring keynote speaker Emily Greenwood (Yale University). Professor Greenwood will speak on “Failure and Attribution: The Ethics and Politics of Reading Classical Failure” in Royce Hall 314 on Friday, January 25th at 5:00 pm. The conference will take place the following day, January...

Metamorphosis and the Environmental Imagination from Ovid to Shakespeare

Royce Hall 314 10745 Dickson Plaza, Los Angeles, CA

Narratives of metamorphosis, from human into other living and mineral forms, have long provided an important tool for thinking through the complexities of our relationship with the world around us. From Ovid to David Cronenberg, thinkers and artists have used the trope of physical transformation to figure the ways in which human and non-human agencies...

Sappho and Alcaeus Conference

Panel 1: 2:00-3:20PM | Sapphic Selves Grant Hussong, "Desire and the Sapphic Subject" Jennifer MacPherson, "Bad Mom Helen: How Sappho Queers Parenthood" Rachel Morrison, ""Suffering Sappho!": Reading Sappho alongside Heather Love's Feeling Backward" Panel 2: 3:30-4:20PM | Emotion and Accusation in Alcaeus Marco Saldaña, "Damos or politai: Who's to Blame in Alcaeus?" Patrick Callahan, "The Panicked Alcaeus" Panel 3:...

On Outgroups and Muted Groups: A Conference in Honor of Amy Richlin

Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center, UCLA 425 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, California

Professor Amy Richlin will be retiring at the end of the coming academic year. We look forward to celebrating her path-breaking career and reuniting with her many UCLA students at this conference in her honor. The conference will take place on April 2nd in the Legacy Room at the UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference...