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Research Seminar Series - Winter 2015
All talks will be held in IC 335 with a reception to follow in IC 306 to which all are invited. Titles to follow.
Monday, January 19 @ 4:00 pm: Prof. Jonathan Edmondson (York University), "The elogium of Aeneas from the Forum of Augustus in Rome: new light from Augusta Emerita (Mérida, Spain) and Pompeii" [abstract]
Monday, February 2 @ 3:15 pm: Andrew Fulham (MA in Classics, Brock University), "From the Gates of Ivory: The Dreams of Agamemnon, Xerxes and Artabanus and Homer and Herodotus" [abstract]
Thursday, February 26 @ 6:30 pm: Prof. Patrick Baker (Université Laval)
Monday, March 16 @ 3:15 pm: Prof. Katharine von Stackelberg (Brock University)
Sunday, February 8 @ 3:00 pm: AIA lecture by Dr. Craig Hardiman (AS 215)
The Niagara Peninsula Society of the AIA is pleased to present an illustrated lecture by Dr. Craig Hardiman (University of Waterloo) titled "Ancient Art and Modern Brains: Can Modern Neuroscience Help us Understand how Ancient Greeks Experienced their Art?" The talk will be followed by a reception. All are welcome to attend.
Please note the various seminars and lectures hosted by the Department of Classics at the University at Buffalo, as well as lectures and conferences sponsored by IEMA (Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology at the University at Buffalo).
The Department of Classics is located in the International Centre Building (IC). It is marked #34 on the campus map which you can download here or use the interactive version by clicking on the campus map link at the bottom of this page. This 3-storey grey building is located on Norman Road (accessible from both Glenridge Avenue and St David's Road) between Quarryview Residence and the 573A Glenridge Building. There is pay & display parking available in the lot directly in front of the building as well as in the lot marked EA next to East Academic (#25 on the campus map). For other events on campus, such as the AIA lectures located in Academic South (#21 -- please note that it is labeled as "South Block" on the map), visitor pay & display parking is available in Lots D and P, as well as in metred parking in front of the Schmon Tower.