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2023 Speaker Series

Each year the Department of Classical Studies brings noteworthy speakers and scholars to Richmond to present lectures or seminars. These events are free and open to the public. Students always benefit from gaining new perspectives and from interacting with these scholars.

Spring 2023

Leccture has been postponed until Fall 2023
13th Annual Stuart L. Wheeler Gallery of the Ancient World Lecture
When Women Ruled the World
Presented by: Dr. Kathlyn Cooney, Professor of Egyptian Art and Architecture and Egytologist
Friday, March 31, 6 pm
Ukrop Auditorium

Archaeological Institutes of America

Connecting Ecology, Economy, and Craft in the Roman Fish-Salting Industry
Presented by: Chris Motz, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classical Studies
University of Richmond
Wednesday, February 8, 6 pm
Jepson 118

In Case of Emergency, Break Pots: Use and Function of Marie Style
Pottery in Minoan Crete

Presented by: Emilia Oddo, Assistant Professor of Greek Archaeology
Tulane University
Thursday, March 16, 6 pm
Jepson 109

1177 BC Revisited: Updating the Late Bronze Age Collapse
Presented by: Eric Cline, Professor of Classics, Anthropology and History
George Washington University
Thursday, April 13, 6 pm
Jepson 118