The Yale Classics Works-in-Progress (WiP) series is a forum for those working on classics-related research—conference papers, dissertation chapters, articles, etc. — to share and receive friendly and productive feedback. Presentations typically last 30 minutes and are followed by informal questions and discussion, accompanied by refreshments. The WiP typically meets on Mondays at 4 PM.
Presentations are supplemented in the Spring by professional development topics and some external speakers.
We are pleased to share the full schedule for the Works-in-Progress Seminar this semester:
March 6 – Anna Grant “Between Familiar and Foreign: Quotation and Romanitas in Cicero Ad.Fam. 7.6”
April 17 – Emily Helm, “The Materiality of Early Greek Incantational Rituals”
May 1 – Talia Boylan, title TBD
Please feel free to email the organizers (at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com) with any questions or concerns.