‘Hierarchies of Heroism in Greek Athletics’
Mark Golden, University of Winnipeg
Thursday November 7 @ 12:30pm WL 258
'Towards a sociology of 4th-century theatrical culture'
Martin Revermann, University of Toronto-Mississauga
Friday November 15 @ 4:00pm SH 3317
‘Nosology and Organization in the Hippocratic treatise Barrenness’
Dr. Paul Potter, The University of Western Ontario
Thursday November 21 @ 12:30pm WL 258
‘Making Maps in Aeschylean Tragedy’
Dr. Aara Suksi, The University of Western Ontario
Thursday October 3 @ 12:30pm WL 258
‘Zeus and the Act of Swallowing in the Derveni Papyrus’
Dwayne Meisner, PhD Candidate, The University of Western Ontario
Thursday October 10 @ 12:30pm WL 258
Vindolanda Excavation Report 2013
Drs Beth Greene & Alex Meyer, The University of Western Ontario
Thursday October 17 @ 12:30pm WL 258
Vindolanda Information Session
Interested in archaeological excavation? Thinking about a summer academic program abroad? Come to an information session about the Vindolanda Field School summer program offered through the Department of Classical Studies at Western, with
Dr. Elizabeth Greene and Dr. Alexander Meyer, the Directors of the Field School.
When: Tuesday October 22 @ 4:30
Where: SH 3305
Course Development Proseminar
Thursday October 24 @ 12:30pm WL 258
‘Harena sine calce (“Sand without lime”): Building Disasters, Incompetent Architects, and Construction Fraud in Ancient Rome’
John Oleson, University of Victoria, CAC Speaker
Wednesday October 30 @ 4:30pm Location SH 2316
‘Socrates' Non-Teaching as an Education for Politics’
Dr. Kendall Sharp, The University of Western Ontario
Thursday September 12th @ 12:30pm WL 258
External Scholarship Proseminar
Dr. Laurence de Looze, The University of Western Ontario
Thursday September 19 @ 11:30am TC 342
‘Illness and anxiety in elite Roman households’
Dr. Fanny Dolansky, Brock University
Friday September 27 @ 4:00pm SH 3317
Intent to Register Information Session
The Classical Studies Undergraduate Chair Dr. Bernd Steinbock will walk you through the Intent to Register process and answer questions about the modules and courses offered by the Department of Classical Studies.
Wednesday March 6th at 2:30 in LwH 3202 - Classics Library.
Horace in the Latin Polysystem
James Kruck, PhD candidate in Classical Studies, The University of Western Ontario,
Thursday March 7th @ 12:30 in SH 2355
Frontier in Transition and the archaeology of Vindolanda
Dr. Andrew Birley Director of Excavations, The Vindolanda Trust, Friday, March 15th @ 5:00pm in SH 3345
Marsyas Causidicus: Law, Libertas and the Statue of Marsyas in Imperial Rome
Mary Deminion, PhD Candidate in Classical Studies, The University of Western Ontario,
Thursday March 21st @ 12:30 in SH 2355
Laughing at Aeschines: an application of comic theory to Demosthenes On the Crown.
Jonathan Vickers, PhD Candidate in Classical Studies, The University of Western Ontario,
Thursday March 21st @ 12:30 in SH 2355
Faculty of Arts and Humanities Faculty Lecture Series: Tempus Fugit: Keeping Time in Antiquity
Dr. Alexander Meyer, Wednesday, March 27 at 7 p.m London Public Library, 251 Dundas Street
Central Branch Stevenson & Hunt Room (Main Level)
The manner in which we keep time is integral to our culture. Clocks and calendars provide the framework around which daily and seasonal life is structured. Ancient culture was no different and, as in the modern world, there was more than one calendar and system of time-keeping being used. Dr. Meyer will examine the various means by which inhabitants of the Roman world tracked time and discuss how calendars and clocks affect our understanding of practical life and cultural interaction in the Roman world.
Christina S. Kraus, Thomas A.Thatcher Professor of Latin, Yale University, Monday February 4th @ 4:30 in SH 2316
Titus and Berenike and Vespasians Plan for the Flavian Succession
C.L. Murison Professor Emeritus, The University of Western Ontario, Thursday February 7th @ 12:30 in SH 2355
Illness and anxiety in elite Roman households
Fanny Dolansky, Associate Professor of Classics, Brock University, Friday February 8th @ 4:30 in SH 3317
The Color of Masculinity in Roman Antiquity
Kelly Olson, Associate Professor of Classical Studies, The University of Western Ontario,
Thursday February 14th @ 12:30 in SH 2355
The Battle in the Great Harbor from the Soldier's Perspective
Frank D'Earmo, MA Candidate, The University of Western Ontario, Thursday February 28th @ 12:30 in SH 2355
Foreign Women in Latin Literature: The Representation of Boudicca
Kaitlyn Pettigrew MA Candidate, UWO, Thursday January 17th @ 12:30pm in SH 2355
Plinys Natural History: An Ethnozoological Understanding of the Pardus and Panthera
Ben Moser MA Candidate, UWO, Thursday January 31st @ 12:30pm in SH 2355
Saturday November 17th at 8:00 PM
Classics Society Toga Party @ the Alibi Roadhouse 25 Oxford St West
$15.00 for Non-Members
$10.00 for Members
You will be entered into a raffle if you show up wearing a toga!
Tickets can be purchased from the department main office LwH 3205.
Thursday November 8th at 12:30 in SH 2355
Catherine Pratt. of the University of California, Los Angeles will lecture.
Thursday Nov 1st, at 11:30 PM.
United Way Stairclimb - The Classics Society will climb One London Place in an effort to raise $500 for the United Way.
Click here to pledge the Classics Society
Thursday Nov 1st, at 12:30 PM in SH 2355.
Tim Wright PhD Candidate in the department of Classical Studies will give a talk on Odysseus Revelation to Telemachus
Friday Oct 26th, at 4:30 PM.
Susanna Braund, Canada Research Chair of Classics at UBC and this year’s Classical Association of Canada touring speaker,
will give a lecture.
Tuesday Oct 23rd, at 4:30 PM in SH 2317
Vindolanda Field School Information Session
Friday Oct 19th, at 4:30 PM
Victoria Wohl, of the University of Toronto will give a lecture
Thursday October 11th at 6:00 PM in SH 2316, The Classics Society will be hosting their First Annual Book Auction
Come out for a chance to expand your library by bidding on some excellent used books! Many have been donated by your
professors. There will be a large selection of books that are certainly worth adding to a new library collection.
Be sure to bring some cash for the bidding!
Free refreshments will be served.
Thursday October 4th, at 12:30 PM in SH 2355
Dr. Christopher Brown, William Sherwood Fox Professor of Classics, The University of Western Ontario will lecture.
Thursday Sept 27th, 3:30 PM in SH 2316
David Larmour, Paul Whitfield Horn Professor of Classics at Texas Tech University and Editor of The American Journal of Philology, will lecture.
Classics Society Information Session
Thursday September 20th 2012@ 7pm in UCC 41
"Moral Revision in Latin Ethnography: A Reassessment of Tacitus' Germania"
Friday July 27th, 1:00 pm, LAH 3220
Departmental Research Seminars - Joey Davis
“Ethnic groups in the Roman Military Communities of Northern Britain”
Tuesday July 31st, 7-8pm in the Hamilton-Scott Learning Room, Vindolanda
Vindolanda Lecture Series - Dr. Alexander Meyer
Classics Society Movie Night - Wrath of the Titans
Wednesday April 4th @ Silvercity Masonville
cost for seeing this movie in 3D will be $10.50.
Please RSVP by March 30 to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in coming.
Horae in Roman Funerary Inscriptions: On Recording the Hour of Death
Thursday March 1st, 10:30 am Talbot College 204
Departmental Research Seminars - Simeon Ehrlich
"The Critique of Writing in Plato’s Phaedrus as an Account of His Own Authorial Voice"
Thursday March 8th, 12:30 pm UCC 37
Departmental Research Seminars - Dr. Kendall Sharp
"Eponymous Nymphs and Greek Identity"
Thursday March 15th, 12:30 pm UCC 37
Departmental Research Seminars - Dr. Bonnie MacLachlan
The Metron of Kolophon: a Reconstruction of the Sanctuary and Archive
Thursday February 2, 10:30 am Talbot College 204
Dr. Ryan Boehm, Brown University
The Semantics of Showcase in Herodotus' Histories
Tuesday February 14, 4:30 pm Somerville House 2355
Dr. Athena Kirk, Wellesley College
Classics Society Intent to Register Information Session
Wednesday February 29th, 5:00 pm HSB 236
Open to everyone considering a Classics degree
Trajan’s Panegyricus (by Pliny the Younger)?
Thursday January 19th @ 12:30pm in UCC 37
Departmental Research Seminars - Dr. Charles Murison
Wealth and poverty in fourth-century Athens
Tuesday January 24 @ 4:30 pm in SSC 3018
Dr. Claire Taylor, University of Newcastle
Sacrifice and the Politics of the Belly
Thursday January 26 @ 10:30 am in TC 204
Dr. Charles Stocking, University of California Los Angeles