On April 17-19, 2015, the Center hosted a
conference on Pain and Pleasure in Classical Antiquity, co-organized
by William Harris (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ursula M. Poole
(email@example.com). A program of speakers can be found here. The conference proceedings will be published in an edited volume soon.
September 18: Verity Platt (Cornell) - "Of Sponges and Stones: Matter and Ornament in Roman Painting". 11am, level 5 seminar room, Italian Academy.
October 9: Noel Lenski (Yale) - "The Significance of the 'Edict of Milan': A Defense of its Constantinian Authorship and Historical Value". 11am, level 5 seminar room, Italian Academy.
November 13: Anna Marmodoro (Oxford). 11am, level 5 seminar room, Italian Academy.
November 13: "Columbia's Archaeological Campaign at Hadrian's Villa (APAHA Tibur 2015)"
Speakers: Profs. Francesco de Angelis & Marco Maiuro, and Collaborators. 4-6pm, Schermerhorn Hall 612.
December 4: Serdar Yalcin (Parsons) - “Profession as Identity: Specialists and their Seals in the Ancient Near East.” 11am, level 5 seminar room, Italian Academy.
Spring 2016 (tentative schedule):
February 5: William Van Andringa (Université Charles de Gaulle-Lille 3, France / Princeton IAS).
February 26: Judith Mossman (Nottingham, UK).
March 25: Martti Nissinen (Helsinki / Princeton IAS).
April 1: Paul Kosmin (Harvard).
April 9: Mini-conference | Hellenistic Literature in Context
April 22: K. Vogt (Columbia).