Events

The ‘Popular’ in Classical Antiquity

University of Pennsylvania 249 South 46th Street, Philadelphia, PA

CfP: The “Popular” in Classical Antiquity Graduate Student Conference, University of Pennsylvania, April 26, 2019 Keynote speaker: Jeremy Lefkowitz, Swarthmore College What is popular culture in the ancient world? How can we study it? Why should we study it? In recent years the discipline of Classical Studies has sought to move away from its traditionally […]

The ‘Popular’ in Classical Antiquity

University of Pennsylvania 249 South 46th Street, Philadelphia, PA

CfP: The “Popular” in Classical Antiquity Graduate Student Conference, University of Pennsylvania, April 26, 2019 Keynote speaker: Jeremy Lefkowitz, Swarthmore College What is popular culture in the ancient world? How can we study it? Why should we study it? In recent years the discipline of Classical Studies has sought to move away from its traditionally […]

Between Dusk and Dawn–Valuing Night in Classical Antiquity

University of Pennsylvania 249 South 46th Street, Philadelphia, PA

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA, June 14-16, 2018   Abstracts are invited for papers that address any general or specific instances, from Greece and/or Rome, in which night or the nocturnal are central to the construction of cultural value.

Between Dusk and Dawn-Valuing Night in Classical Antiquity

University of Pennsylvania 249 South 46th Street, Philadelphia, PA

"We invite abstracts for papers (25 minutes) that address any general or specific instances, from Greece and/or Rome, in which night or the nocturnal are central to the construction of cultural value. We hope to bring together researchers in all areas of classical studies, including literature, philosophy, ancient sciences, linguistics, history, and visual and material […]