Three members of the Washington University in St. Louis Classics Department will present papers at the annual meeting of The Society for Classical Studies January 4-7 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Kate Wilson – "The Life Cycle of a Sign in Aratus' Phaenomena," Paper Session 2, Session 17: Hellenistic Poetry in its Cultural Context. Friday, January 5th
Luis Salas – "De Galeni Corporis Fabrica: Vesalius' Use of Galen and Galenism in the Preface of his Fabrica," Paper Session 5, Session 40: Afterlives of Ancient Medicine: Reception Studies or History of Medicine? Saturday, January 6th
Tim Moore – "An Online Database of the Meters of Roman Comedy," Paper Session 8, Session 74: Digital Pedagagy. Sunday, January 7th
Cathy Keane – "Summus Minimusque Poeta: Silent Epigram in Juvenal Satire 1.1-30," Paper Session 8, Session 84: Getting the Joke: Roman Satire and Comedy. Sunday, January 7th
See the full SCS meeting program HERE.