Classics Colloquium.

Hey Students,

The first day is going really well!  There are some really interesting presentations and a great turn out.  Don’t forget we continue with more presentations tomorrow.  It will take place at the Universite de Montreal.

The presentations take place from 9 am – 5:30 pm.   Salle 580-31, 3744 rue Jean-Brillant, Universite de Montreal.  Come and support your fellow students.  The full brochure can be found online, but here is a list of the Concordia students who will be presenting.

Concordia Students who are presenting:

9:15 – 9:45

Bryan Johnson, MA. Concordia
Pergamon and the Renovation of the Asklepion:
Constructing Sanctuary and Building Identity

10:15 – 10:45

Lisa Tweten, B.A. Concordia
Macedonian Funerary Masks from Archontiko

11:15 – 11:45

Domenic M. Miletti, B.A. Concordia
Native Egypt Collaboration in Ptolemaic Egypt:
An Artistic Perspective

12:15 – 12:45

Kristen Toohy, B.A. Concordia
Identity in Non-Realstic Portraiture:
Why Demosthenes is Demosthenes but the Pope is Benito Mussolini

2:15 – 2:45

Karolina “Kiki” Saghafi, B.A. Concordia
A Portrait of the Wicked Women:
Magic, Women and the Occult in Roman Literature

4:15 – 4:45

Catherine Paragois, B.A. Concordia
A Roman Glass Jar in the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

4:45 – 5:15

Leah Wanklyn, B.A. Concordia
Irish Illuminated Manuscripts:
and Their Ties to the Late Antique East

6:15 – Onwards

Reception at Universite de Montreal, there will be free drinks and food available.


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