We’re proud to announce that our much-loved workshop series, in slightly changed clothes, is back. Please welcome the Graeco-Roman Brunch!
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the format, GRB (formerly GRL) is meant to be a platform for people working on Ancient Mediterranean-related projects to present their work before a cross-departmental audience, including (but not limited to) Classical Archaeology, Classics, History, History of Art, Judaic Studies, Medieval Studies, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Religious Studies, and Digital Humanities. It’s a good occasion to get valuable feedback as well as rehearse conference papers in a friendly environment. Coffee, tea, and snacks will be provided by courtesy of the Classics Department.
We welcome proposals for 20-40 minute papers from anyone whose research interests include the Ancient Mediterranean, regardless of their background, disciplinary perspective and stage of the program. Priority, however, will be given to PhD candidates writing their dissertation.