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Event Archive, 2004-2005 Daniel Garrison, Professor of Classics, Northwestern University Lecture: The Centaur's Smile Block Museum September 12:45-2:45 30, 2004 Part of the lecture series entitled "Discoveries and Dialogues: The Cultural Impact of the Genetics Revolution" sponsored by the Alumnae of Northwestern. Tickets are available for $20 at the door. Richard Sorabji, Professor of Philosophy, Oxford University Lecture: The Self- Ancient Views and Locke, Kant, Parfit, Williams October 1, Schectman 2004 Harris Hall, 108 4:00-6:00pm Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy. "Myth and Film" Film Series, Fall 2004 Presents: Black Orpheus, directed by Marcel Camus, and starring Breno October 1, Mello, and Marpessa Dawn 2004 Annenberg G15 5:00pm "Myth and Film" Film Series, Fall 2004 Presents: The Road Warrior, directed by George Miller, and starring Mel October 15, Gibson 2004 Annenberg G15 5:00pm "Myth and Film" Film Series, Fall 2004 Presents: The Trojan Women , directed by Michael Cacoyannis , and October 22, starring Katherine Hepburn and Vanessa Redgrave 2004 Annenberg G15 5:00pm "Myth and Film" Film Series, Fall 2004 Presents: Medea, directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini, and starring Maria November Callas 12, 2004 Annenberg G15 5:00pm "Myth and Film" Film Series, Fall 2004 November Presents: Oedipus Rex , directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini 19, 2004 Annenberg G15 5:00pm Department of Classics First Annual Holiday Party! November Kresge 1-500 30, 2004 3:30 pm Daniel Garrison, Professor of Classics, Northwestern University Lecture: Vesalius and the Revival of Ancient Medicine Kresge Hall, 1-379 12-1:30pm December 1, Light lunch and refreshments will be provided 2004 This event is co-sponsored by the Classical Traditions Initiative series on Fragments: Texts, Bodies, Monuments, and the Program in Science in Human Culture. Daniel Richter, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics, Northwestern University January 26, Lecture: Beg, Borrow, or Steal: Travelers and the Origin of Greek 2005 Wisdom Kresge Hall, 1-500 5:00pm Serena Connolly, Yale University Lecture: Law and Life in the Roman Empire: the Evidence of the January 28, Codex Hermogenianus and the Social History of Non-Elites 2005 Kresge Hall, 1-500 12:00pm Light refreshments will be provided. Marianne Hopman, Harvard University Lecture: The Maiden and the Straits: Scylla from Homer to Roman January 31, Mythography 2005 Kresge Hall, 1-500 12:00pm Light refreshments will be provided. Sean Gurd, Author of Iphigenias at Aulis, PhD University of Toronto February 11, Lecture: Samuel Musgrave's Iphigenia(s) at Aulis 2005 Kresge Hall, 1-500 10:00am Penelope Davies, Professor of Art History, University of Texas, Austin Lecture: Sending Mixed Messages: Changing Valencies of Nero's Golden House February 24, Harris Hall, 107 2005 5:15 pm This event is co-sponsored by the Classics Traditions Initiative series on Fragments: Texts, Bodies, Monuments, and the Department of Art History. Harvey Yunis, Professor of Classics, Rice University; Editor of Rhetorica, February 28, journal of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric 2005 Lecture: The Protreptic Rhetoric of Plato's Republic Harris Hall, 108 12:00 pm This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Communication Studies, the Department of Classics and the Classical Traditions Initiative. Barbara Newman, John Evans Professor of Latin Language and Literature, Northwestern University March 1, Lecture: The Heretic Saint: Guglielma of Bohemia, Milan and Brunate 2005 Harris Hall 108 4:00 pm Reginald Gibbons, Professor of English and Classics, Northwestern University Reading from "Antigone by Sophocles" March 7, University 122, the Hagstrum Room 2005 12:00pm This event is sponsored by the Northwestern University Center for the Writing Arts, as part of their Writers and their Writing series. Apostolos Pierris, University of Patras, Greece Lecture: Reconstructing the Unity of Empedocles' Poem and System Kresge 2-345, Philosophy Seminar Room April 14, 4:00 pm 2005 This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Classics, the Department of Philosophy, and the Classical Traditions Initiative. April 17, Conference: Troubles Over Citizenship in the Greco-Roman World 2005 University Hall 201, The Hagstrum Room 9:30am-6:00pm Greg Anderson, Wright State University "The Origins of Citizenship in Ancient Greece" Sean Corner, McMaster University "The Symposium and the Origins of Citizenship: Parasites, Prostitutes and Poliadic Pleasures" Robert Wallace, Northwestern University "Outsiders In: Women, Slaves, and Foreigners in Athens' Democracy" Martin Dreher, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg "Old and New Citizens in Ancient Sicily" Francesca Tataranni, University of Pisa/Northwestern University "The Italic Allies and the 'Privilege' of Roman Citizenship (3rd-1st Centuries BCE)" Andrea Raggi, University of Pisa/Northwestern University "Citizenship is Just High-Sounding Claptrap (Diod. 37.18)" Maria Youni, University of Komotini "Love vs. Law: Mixed Marriages in Roman Macedonia" Brook Manville, Washington, D.C. "Ancient Athenian Citizenship: Applying the Paradigm to Modern Organizational Life" This conference is sponsored by the Department of Classics and the Classical Traditions Initiative, Northwestern University along with its cooperating institution The University of Pisa. John T. Hamilton, Harvard University Lecture: Soliciting Darkness: Pindar, Obscurity and the Classical Tradition Kresge 2-500 (The German Seminar Room) April 28, 4:00pm 2005 This event is co-sponsored by the Department of German and Critical Thought, the Program in Critical Theory, the Program in Comparative Literary Studies, the Department of Art History, the Alice B. Kaplan Center for the Humanities, and the Department of Classics. Anthony Price, Birkbeck College, University of London Lecture: "Was Aristotle a Particularist?" Norris Center, Illinois Room 208 May 20, 4:00 pm 2005 This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Classics, the Department of Philosophy, and the Classical Traditions Initiative.
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