The Classics Students Association’s 27th Annual Spring Lecture Series is approaching, and we would like to announce the exciting presenters we have invited to speak on this year’s topic: Whose Classics?
- 4/10: Stefani Echeverría-Fenn, Co-Founder of The Sportula: Microgrants for Classics Students, Meas Esse Aliquid Putare Nugas: 'Small things' and Economic Justice in Classics
- 4/17: Dr. Donna Zuckerberg, Editor-In-Chief, Eidolon, My Classics Will Be Intersectional, Or...
- 4/24: Rhodessa Jones and the Medea Project: Theater for Incarcerated Women/HIV Circle, Our Classics: Ancient Myth in the Community
- 5/1: Dr. Anastasia Sakellariadi, Whose Classics? Whose Heritage? Classical Archaeology and the 'Loss of Innocence'
All lectures will take place at 7-8 p.m. in HUM 587 with a reception to follow.
More details will follow. We hope to see you all there