Philology Day 2019. The Counsel of Bookworms: Constructions of the Book in Imperial Greek Writing
April 11-12, 2019. Organized by Treasa Bell, Christopher Londa, Rachel Love, and Joe Morgan.
Latin Philology Day 2018. A celebration of Ted Champlin’s Tiberius in Capri.
April 14, 2018. See conference program.
Philologia sacra et profana: Constructions of the authentic.
Monday, September 18, 2017 - 9:00 am to Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - 6:00 pm. A Whitney Humanities Center conference presented by the Departments of Classics, German, and Religious Studies Departments. Sponsored by the Humanities/Humanity program. See conference program.
Greek Philology Day 2017. A celebration of Felix Budelmann’s new Cambridge commentary on Greek Lyric.
Friday April 21st, 2017. See conference program.
Latin Philology Day 2016. Mimesis — Alterity — Rome. A workshop on Denis Feeney’s new book.
April 16, 2016. See conference program.
Greek Philology Day 2015. Between rhetoric and historiography: Dionysius of Halicarnassus.
October 17, 2015. Organized by Ben Jerue and the Yale graduate students. See conference program.
In the crucible of Empire: Resistance, revolt and revolution in the Greco-Roman World
October 30–31, 2014. See conference program.
Latin Philology Day 2014: Fun with Latin Readers, Featuring Suetonius
Sunday, October 5, 2014. See conference program.
Home and Away: The Epic Journey
Marginality, Canonicity, Passion
Friday, March 30–Sunday, April 1, 2012. Keynote speaker Hindy Najman (Yale). Organized by Marco Formisano (Berlin) and Christina S. Kraus (Yale). See conference program.
Authorship, Authority, and Authenticity in Archaic and Classical Greek Song
Wednesday July 6th–Saturday July 9th, 2011. Organized by Egbert J. Bakker for the Network for the Study of Archaic and Classical Greek Song. Generously funded by the Department of Classics and the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Fund at Yale University. See conference program.
The Past-Colonial: Classics and the Colonization of the Past
Friday April 1st–Sunday April 3rd 2011. Organized by Emily Greenwood, Milette Gaifman, Martin Devecka, and Chris Simon. Generously Funded by the Department of Classics and the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Fund at Yale University. See conference program.