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 Monday at 4 PM in Phelps 401.
Presentations are supplemented in the Spring by professional development topics and some external speakers, including the graduate elected speaker (in 2020 this will be Eleanor DIckey, on April 6).
If you would like to present in the coming semester, please email email@example.com with a short description (2-3 sentences) of what you would like to present. Any student in their dissertation writing years is expected to present work in progress at least once a year; the WiP is a possible venue for that.
A tentative schedule for the term follows:
Jan 17 [Friday] time management and teaching
Jan 27 peer reviewing (what happens when you submit an article?); writing letters of recommendation
Feb 3 prospective visits—graduate life
Feb 10 cv maintenance and tailoring; cover letters
Feb 17 graduate papers: CJ RIce
Feb 24 Curtis Dozier (Vassar): contingent faculty life; Pharos project
March 2 Reviel Netz (Stanford): workshop on his new book. Pre-reading will be circulated.
MEETINGS AFTER SPRING BREAK WILL TAKE PLACE REMOTELY; SOME SPEAKERS WILL BE UNABLE TO BE HERE.
postdocs (Aske Damtoft Poulsen, Bristol); alternative job options
March 30 graduate papers: Chris Londa
with response by Tom Geue, St Andrews; SCS abstract workshop
April 6 Eleanor Dickey: graduate elected speaker
April 13 graduate papers: Sylva Kroeber, Ray Lahiri
April 20 diversity statement and inclusivity: EID committee
April 27 graduate papers: Zach Wolens, Niek Janssen