Classics

2022 Apr 01

Visual Mythology Ancient and Modern, online event

8:00pm to 9:00pm

Location: 

Online

Full title:

Visual Mythology Ancient and Modern: The Case of Narcissus

Organized by:

CHS US in partnership with CHS Greece, the International School of Boston, and the Lycée Jean Macé in Vitry-sur-Seine

Speakers:

Sarah Eisen (Harvard), Nathaniel Herter (Harvard), and Caroline Stark (Howard University) as moderator

Open to:

All

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"Olympia and the search for Identity" July 12-15, 2022 — Participating schools and departments

Schools and Departments participating in the International Scholars' Symposium

The Symposium is open to up to 40 undergraduate and postgraduate (Masters and PhD) students of all levels from Departments listed below. The list is based on collaborations developed with various departments in Greece and Cyprus throughout previous years of the Symposium, together with this year’s Symposium topic.

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

School of Philosophy

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Learn about our fellows’ research projects: Theodore Antoniadis on mobility and immigration in Roman literature

Learn about our fellows’ research projects: Theodore Antoniadis on mobility and immigration in Roman literature

October 1, 2021

Guest post by Theodore Antoniadis, Fellow in Comparative Cultural Studies 2020-21

Research topic during fellowship: Contextualizing Mobility and Immigration in Roman Myth and Latin Epic

New contextualizations of Greek mythological figures in Roman literature have always triggered many stimulating readings both in terms of ideology and metapoetics. Such discussions acquire further interest when when the subject comes around the various foundation myths and stories found in the core of such contextualizations with regard to the political, social, ethnic...

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