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Program Events

Public Lectures

Septermber 6: John Ferarri, UC Berkeley, "Plato's Writerly Utopianism" (4:15 PM, Kravis 102, CMC)

October 15: Joy Connolly, NYU, Lecture on Sallust and Roman Historiography (Harry Carroll Memorial Lecture, 4:15 PM, Pearsons 101)

October 18: Tyler Jo Smith, Lecture Topic TBA University of Virginia (3 PM, Ena Thompson Reading Room)

November 5: Mark Pegg, Washington University, Lecture on Medieval Heresy (4:15 PM, Pearsons 101)

November 12: Ken Wolf, Pomona, Workshop on 9th Century Paleography (4:15 PM, Pearsons 3)

February 6: Ted Lendon, University of Virginia, Lecture Topic TBA (6:45 PM, CMC Athenaeum)

February 7: Ted Lendon, University of Virginia, Lecture Topic TBA (Harry Carroll Spring Lecture, 4:15 PM, Pearsons 101)

February 22-23: Symposium, Live and Legacy of Constantine

March TBA: Teo Ruiz, UCLA

Spring TBA: Robert Palmer Memorial Lecture (SC)

Departmental Events

September 11: Classics/LAMS Reception, 4:15 Pearsons 9

September 19: Classics/LAMS Welcome Back Potluck at Professor Wolf's house (contact Classics Department for more information)

October 6: Field trip to the Cleopatra exhibit at the California Science Center

Bad Classics Movie Nite Series 2012-13

This Fall we will be watching Season one of Game of Thrones. Film viewing dates: 9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/8, 11/29, and (possibly) 12/13. All films are shown on Thursdays at 7:30 in Pearsons 3.

Latin and Greek drop-in help

Monday-Thursday, 8:00-8:50, Pearsons 07. Come hang out in the new Classics Lounge (Pearsons 9) and get help from Professor Chinn on your Greek and Latin studies.