The Ancient Philosophy and Rhetoric & Poetics Workshop are proud to present
David Wray (The University of Chicago)
Thursday, 6th of March, 3:30pm in Classics 21
A reception will follow. Persons with a disability who feel they may need assistance are asked to contact Kathy Fox (702-8514) in advance.
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The Rhetoric and Poetics workshop and Ancient Greek & Roman Philosophy Workshop are proud to present
Bart van Wassenhove (The University of Chicago)
Advocatum ista non quaerunt: Admonition, Moral Enthusiasm and the Seeds of the Virtues in Seneca’s Letters
Wednesday, October 30th, 4.30-6pm in Classics 21.
Bart’s paper is available through this website (http://cas.uchicago.edu/workshops/agarp/2013/10/23/bart-van-wassenhove-advocatum-ista-non-quaerunt/ password: “theoria”), along with his handout and selections from the two letters of Seneca that he will be focusing on (94 and 108). Please read the paper in advance. The primary readings are optional, but may be helpful to you.
Please note the unusual time of this event
Persons with a disability who feel they may need assistance are asked to contact Kathy Fox (702-8514) in advance.
To view the schedule of upcoming R&P events, please visit: http://cas.uchicago.edu/workshops/rhetpoet/