Graduate Workshop

Graduate Student Workshop | Collin Moat

Published: February 24, 2022

Graduate Workshop Thursday, February 24th at 5 PM – “Sympathy with the Spear: Iliadic Tree Similes and Achilles’ Entanglement with the Pelian Spear” by Collin Moat 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…

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Graduate Student Workshop | Jasmine Akiyama-Kim

Published: February 3, 2022

Graduate Workshop Thursday, February 3rd at 5 PM – “Nero and the Imperial Double” by Jasmine Akiyama-Kim 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…

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Graduate Student Workshop “How Do You Solve a Problem Like Caeneus? On Dido, Gender, and Virgil’s Accidental* Trans Narrative” | Lena Barsky

Published: January 20, 2022

Graduate Workshop “How Do You Solve a Problem Like Caeneus? On Dido, Gender, and Virgil’s Accidental* Trans Narrative,” by Lena Barsky. Thursday, January 20th at 5 PM. 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…

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Graduate Student Workshop | Patrick Callahan

Published: November 10, 2021

Graduate Workshop November 10th – “Pliny’s Epistolary Feast” by Patrick Callahan 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…

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Graduate Student Workshop | Camille Acosta

Published: May 26, 2021

Graduate Workshop May 26th – “Death in the Siaspora: The Tomb of the Messenians in Athens” by Camille Acosta 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…

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Graduate Student Workshop | Andrew Lifland

Published: May 5, 2021

Graduate Workshop May 5th – “Class and Rhetoric in Philodemus’s On Music” by Andrew Lifland 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…

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Graduate Student Workshop | Ben Davis

Published: April 7, 2021

Graduate Workshop April 7th – “οὐ σάφα εἰδώς: Agency, Knowledge, and the Defense of Ignorance in the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite and the Aeneid” by Ben Davis 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…

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Graduate Student Workshop | Tianran Liu

Published: February 24, 2021

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…

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Graduate Student Workshop | James Piper

Published: February 3, 2021

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…

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Graduate Student Workshop | Zak Gram

Published: January 20, 2021

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…

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