Dear Ancient Societies Workshop participants,
Welcome back to Chicago for a new academic year! We have an exciting group of talks lined up for this autumn with the theme “Political Economies.” All talks will be held at 3:30 in Classics 21, with a reception following. All talks are on a Tuesday this quarter.
Oct. 4 – Prof. Peter Bang (University of Copenhagen), “Rome in the World History of Universal Empire”
Oct. 18 – Prof. Emily Mackil (University of California at Berkeley ), “Property, Debt, and Revolution in Ancient Greece”
Nov. 1 – Prof. John Ramsey (University of Illinois at Chicago), “Catiline’s Conspiracy: How did it Relate to the Timing of the Elections in 63?”
Nov. 8 – Mills McArthur (University of Chicago, Classics), “Athenian Shipbuilders”
Nov. 22 – Emily Wilson (University of Chicago, Classics), “Sacred Ionia: Identity and the Religious Experience in Archaic Anatolia”
I hope to see you all there.
PhD Student, The University of Chicago
Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Ancient Near Eastern History
For any questions or comments, you can contact me at rhyne @ uchicago.edu