Washington University Well Represented in Society for Classical Studies Annual Meeting

Four members of the Washington University in St. Louis Classics Department will present papers at the annual meeting of The Society for Classical Studies in Toronto, January 5-8, 2017:

Kristin Mann – “Gender Nonconformance in Phaedrus’ Fabulae,” Paper Session 1, Session 1: Friday, January 6 (8:00am - 10:30am), Cedar.

Tom Keeline – “Count Zinzendorf’s Philadelphia Oratio” Paper Session 2, Session 14: Friday, January 6 (10:45am – 12:45pm), Willow East.

Kathryn Wilson – “Trust and Charm: Late Hellenistic Authors on the Value of Poetry” Paper Session 3, Session 16: Friday, January 6 (1:45pm – 4:45pm), Willow East. 

Tim Moore – “What Zukofsky Found: Sight, Sound, and Sense in Rudens 615 – 705” Paper Session 5, Session 35: Saturday, January 7 (10:45am – 12:45pm), Linden. 

Moore will also introduce a panel he organized on “Ancient Music and Cross-Cultural Comparison” Paper Session 4, Session 32: Saturday, January 7 (8:00am – 10:30am), Cedar. 

The department will also co-host a reception on Saturday, January 7 from 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM in the York Room at the Sheraton Centre Hotel, joining the Washington University Art History and Archaeology Department and departments from the Universities of Illinois and Missouri.

See the full SCS meeting program HERE.