Upcoming Department Lectures 2016-17

Classical Association of Vancouver Island (CAVI) Lectures

CAVI is the UVic's organization for people interested in the Greek and Roman worlds.  The department of Greek and Roman Studies hosts monthly lectures by local and international scholars.  The lectures start at 7:30 pm and are free.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

Date Room Speaker Title
27 February Senate Chambers, University Centre A180 Professor Bjørn Lovén (SAXO Institute, University of Copenhagen)  A Tale of Two Sunken Harbour Cities: The Harbours of Ancient Athens and Corinth
9 March Clearihue Building, C112 Professor Sarah Levin-Richardson (Assistant Professor, University of Washington) Brothels and Prostitution at Pompeii

Department Public Lectures

The Department of Greek and Roman Studies hosts a series of lectures by local and international scholars on topics related to the Greek and Roman worlds.  

Date & Time Room Speaker Title
27 February
2:30 pm
Senate Chambers, University Centre A180 Professor Bjørn Lovén (SAXO Institute, University of Copenhagen)  The Ancient Athenian Naval Bases in the Pireaus: The Backbone of the World's First Democracy
10 March
2:30 pm
Human and Social Development Bldg
A250
Professor Sarah Levin-Richardson (Assistant Professor, University of Washington) Agency and Oppression in Pompeii’s Purpose-Built Brothel

COLLOQUIUM

March 4th, 2017 11:00 -4:00 pm

David Strong Building (DSB) C116

Seminar Speakers:

11:30 am: Dr. Laurel Bowman (UVic) will present a paper entitled, "The Women who Wrote Epigrams."

1:30 pm: Dr. Cillian Hogan (UBC) will present a paper entitled, "Martial's disiectae membranae."

See poster for details.