Upcoming Events

Spring 2015

March 23: Martin Zimmermann, "Augustus: The First Roman Emperor and Organized Forgetting". 6pm, location: Schermerhorn Hall 832. Co-sponsored by Columbia Art History & Archaeology, Classical Studies Program, and CAM.

April 17-19: Conference, Pain and Pleasure in Classical Antiquity.
April 24: Giusto Traina, "How far could a Greek see? Strabo, Armenia, and the margins of the known world". 11am, Level 5 Seminar Room, The Italian Academy.
Associated events:

Thursday 16 April: "Senatorial Audiences and the Limits of Political Patience", Craige Champion (Syracuse University). 12.15pm - The Heyman Center, Second Floor Common Room. http://societyoffellows.columbia.edu/events/senatorial-audiences-and-the...

For further information about any of these events contact the Coordinator of the Center,
Evan Jewell (elj2121@columbia.edu).


New Publications

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Newly published from the Center: Across the Ocean: Nine essays on Indo-Mediterranean Trade, edited by Federico De Romanis and Marco Maiuro (Brill, 2015). (This volume is a result of the proceedings of a CAM conference).

Annual CAM Trip, May 2014 - Israel and Jordan

Click "Read More" below to see a photo of members of the 2014 CAM trip to Israel and Jordan in front of Al-Khazneh ("The Treasury") in Petra, May 2014. From left to right clockwise: Professor Francesco de Angelis (Art Hist. & Arch.), Evan Jewell (Classical Studies), Irene San Pietro (Classical Studies), Jeremy Simmons (Classical Studies), Amanda Hall (History), Emily Cook (Art Hist. & Arch.), Professor Annetta Alexandridis (Cornell - Art History), Clare Kobasa (Art Hist. & Arch.), Barbara Vinck (Classics), and Simone Oppen (Classics).