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.
The Workshop is organized and conducted entirely by Classics graduate
students, and is multi-disciplinary in approach: sessions have been dedicated to papers on gender, epigraphy, literary theory, art history, linguistics, historiography, cultural history, and all topics in between. Inquiries about specific papers should be directed to the presenter, and general questions to Ana Guay, the current organizer.
Sessions this Quarter
- To be announced shortly
- Irene Han- “The Blood of Others: Plato’s Metabolē”
- Grace Gilles- “A Tomb of One’s Own”
- Douglas Fraleigh- “Power and Politeness in Aristophanic Comedy”
- Deborah Sneed- “Physical Difference in Ancient Greek Thought, Art and Experience”
- Summer Research Roundtable