Professor Denise McCoskey (Department of Classics and Black World Studies, Miami University) will speak on Terence, race, and identity.  A light lunch will be served.

You’re invited to a special event at the Beinecke Library (Classrooms 38/39). Classics faculty and students will present and discuss key items from Beinecke collections relevant to the study of Greco-Roman Antiquity, including a papyrus fragment of Book I of the Iliad, a medieval manuscript of Juvenal’s Satires, and a heavily illustrated early printed edition of Vergil.

“The Sounds round Oak and round Rock: Indo-European and Near Eastern Music in Theogony 35”.   Lecture at 4:00 pm in Phelps 407; reception to follow in PH 401.

Please join us for a paper by Noreen Sit, Yale University: “The Legibility of Escorted Movement in Livy.” Phelps Hall, Room 401. Light refreshments will be served.

For more on the workshop, go here.

Sylva Kroeber

Ray Lahiri