Roman Refugees Forced Migration and the Resettlement of Displaced Persons, 200 BCE to 700 CE
Ancient peoples experienced political and environmental crises much like those gripping the world today. This project catalogs all known instances of forced migration into the Roman Empire and investigates them using the tools of geospatial analysis. For more contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Milette Gaifman: Classification and the History of Greek Art
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.