Amanda Kubic and Henry Schott speak at graduate symposium on translation

Two Classics graduate students recently traveled to Gainsville, Florida to speak at the first University of Florida Classics Graduate Student Symposium, on the topic of "Translation, Adaptation, and Interpretation."

Amanda Kubic, a second-year MA student, delivered a paper titled "Female Voices and Values in Epigrams of Mourning: Translating Anyte of Tegea." The contribution of Henry Schott, a first-year PhD student, was titled "What Are You Laughing At? An Analysis of Humor in Terence's Eunuchus."

Congratulations to Amanda and Henry on their respective conference appearances!