Upcoming Events and Departmental News
Congratulations to Classics major Mitch Corwin ('14), who has accepted a 2014 teaching position in the Teach for America Baltimore corps.
Thursday, 13 March, 5 p.m., location TBA. Dr. Jeffrey Stout (Princeton University) delivers this year’s Humanities Symposium keynote lecture on “Walking in Our Sleep: Conformity and Transformation in Thoreau's Walden.”
Friday, 14 March, 5:30p.m., location TBD. First meeting of the Classics Club Book Club: Donna Tartt's The Secret History.
Thursday, 20 March, 6 p.m., Knott Hall Basement 03. Ms. Janet Stephens presents “Ovid's Cosmetology: the hair science behind Amores 1.14.”
Wednesday, 2 April, 10 a.m., 4th floor programming room (Andrew White Student Center). Dr. Keith R. Bradley (University of Notre Dame) speaks on “The Bitter Chain of Slavery” as part of this year’s Hanna Geldrich-Leffman Colloquium on Language, Literature and Society, on the theme of “Slavery Through the Ages.”
Wednesday, 9 April, 5 p.m., location TBD. Dr. David Jacobson (Loyola) will discuss "Onomastics in The Hunger Games: the case of Plutarch Heavensbee."