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Ptolemy the Reckless: the Son of Lagos’ Actions in the Early Years Following Alexander the Great’s Death. Aldo Tagliabue (University of Heidelberg, Germany) 5. The World of Room: The Myth of Persephone and Demeter and Narrating Reality. Dying Historic on the Fury Road: Homeric Epic and Mad Max. Nikolaides’ Eurydice BA2037 (1975): A Sharp-edged Approach to a Classical Rescue. Simonsen (Memorial University of Newfoundland), organizer and presider 1. Fourth Paper Session Waterloo B Section C: Neronian Literature Peter Anderson (Grand Valley State University), presider 1. Self, Identity, and the Other: The Egyptian “Tale of the Shipwrecked Sailor” and the in the Classroom. Oral Delivery of Essays and Oral Examinations in Classics Classrooms. Mary Pendergraft (Wake Forest University), organizer and presider 1. Reception Waterloo Foyer sponsored by the Waterloo Institute for Hellenistic Studies Friday, April 7, 2017 a.m.–noon Registration Waterloo Rotunda a.m.–noon Book Display Ontario Salon C – a.m. The Romance Between Greece and Rome in Aelius Aristides’ Orations on Smyrna (Orr. Experiencing the Divine in Apuleius’ ‘Cupid and Psyche’. Manufacturing Descent: Adoption, Inheritance and Civic Identity in Isaios 7.33–42. Third Paper Session Michigan Section F: Classical Receptions on Screen Amy Leonard (Grady High School), presider 1. Third Paper Session Georgian Section G: Undergraduate Panel I Rachel A. Lovely-Haired Demeter: The Hair Motif in the Hannah Sorscher (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) 2. Fourth Paper Session Waterloo A Section B: Panel The Presence and Role of Biases in the Academic Life Cycle Kathryn A. Gender Bias in the Evaluation of Scholarship: Problems and Solutions, Sarah Blake (York University) – p.m. Teaching Classical Reception: An Expansive Approach. Beginning with You, Selene: Apollonius’ Allusion to . Fourth Paper Session Michigan Section F: NCLG Panel What’s a Seal of Biliteracy and What Does It Have to Do with Me? History of the Seal of Biliteracy and National Guidelines, Edward Zarrow (Westwood High School) 3. Women's Classical Caucus Business Meeting Waterloo C - p.m. University of Wisconsin Happy Hour Ontario B – p.m. Plenary Lecture Waterloo Ballroom Presider: Alden Smith (Baylor Univeristy), CAMWS President “Playing with Time: Anachronism in Ancient Literature” by Peter Bing of the University of Toronto sponsored by the Waterloo Institute for Hellenistic Studies – p.m. Plague, Violence, and Marcus Aurelius’ War on Terror. Moss (Wayne State University), organizer and presider 1. Second Paper Session Waterloo A Section B: Tacitus Roger Macfarlane (Brigham Young University), presider 1. The Hegelian Trajectory of Liberation in Senecan Thought. Epistolary Appropriations, Tusculan Probabilities, and Progress: Seneca, Cicero, Posidonius, in the Defense of Eclecticism and Psychological Dualism. Students Teaching Students: Implementing Goals for Undergraduate Research, Active Learning, and Collaboration. Alexandra Daly (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) 4. Third Paper Session Waterloo B Section C: Cicero Joseph Diluzio (Baylor University), presider 1. First Paper Session Ontario Salon A Section E: Virgil’s and Its Reception Blanche Mc Cune (Baylor University), presider 1. Allusion and Translation: Translating Poetry and Poets in Claudian’s Panegyric for Probinus and Olybrius. Jacob of Sarug’s Poem on the Forty Martyrs and Late Antique Syriac Translation Technique. Second Paper Session Ontario Salon B Section A: Panel 2 CPL Panel Testing Classical Languages in the 21st Century Jennifer S. Jaclyn Dudek (Pennsylvania State University) – a.m. Second Paper Session Waterloo B Section C: Seneca Christina Vester (Universityof Waterloo), presider 1. Third Paper Session Ontario Salon B Section A: Pedagogy: Tools and Resources David White (Baylor University), presider 1. Text Completions: Collaborating toward Mastery and Treebanked Commentaries of Complete Texts. Equivalent but not Equal: The Characterization of Sisters Bacchis in Yun Han (Helen) Hsu (Brock University) 2. The Girl’s Tragedy and New Comedy: The Importance of Citizen Daughters.
First Paper Session Ontario Salon B Section A: Greek Religious Art and Architecture Liane Houghtalin (University of Mary Washington), presider 1. The Architecture of Access: Ramps in Ancient Greek Sanctuaries.
Reviving Troy in : Ancient Graffiti in the Latin Classroom Megan Rebman, (Midlothian High School and Monacan High School), organizer and presider Mary Elizabeth Smith (Oldfields School), presenter – a.m. Second Paper Session Waterloo C Section D: Cicero’s Speeches Christopher Craig (University of Tennessee), presider 1. Second Paper Session Ontario Salon A Section E: Euripides: Gender and Sex Kristin Lord (Wilfrid Laurier University), presider 1. Numismatic Evidence for the Character of Ptolemy I. Building a Dynasty: the Families of Ptolemy I Soter. Second Paper Session Georgian Section G: Roman Satire Osman Umurhan (University of New Mexico), presider 1. Working Lunch for CAMWS Committees Waterloo A – p.m. The Rhetoric of Anticipation in Attic Forensic Oratory. Thucydides the Rhetor: Reading Thucydides in an Ancient Classroom. Dial M for Myth: Early Alfred Hitchcock and Greek Myth. Rituals and Religious Community in the Roman Curiae.
Edward Anson (University of Arkansas at Little Rock) 4. Narrative Form and Medical Ethics in Galen’s On Prognosis. Third Paper Session Ontario Salon A Section E: Greek Rhetoric and Philosophy Carol King (Grenfell Campus Memorial Univesity), presider 1. Katherine Cantwell (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 3. Equity and Graduate Students Pursuing Non-academic Career Paths in Classical Studies. Pure Heroine: Tragic Considerations for Dating the and the Last of the Julio-Claudians. Fourth Paper Session Waterloo C Section D: Pedagogy: Classics for Everybody Maire-Claire A. Reviving the Classics: The Importance of Teaching the Classics in Low-Performing and At-Risk Schools. Fifth Paper Session Ontario Salon B Section A: Psychological, Religious and Moral Question in the Roman World Krishni Burns (University of Akron), presider 1.
Poetic Counting Techniques and Compositional Strands in the Catalogue of Ships. Fifth Paper Session Ontario Salon A Section E: Greek Tragedy Ian Storey (Trent University), presider 1.: Tragic Athens. The Flower of Persia: Botanical Language in Aeschylus’ Ryan S. Painting, Mimesis, and Nothing to Do with Dionysus. Fifth Paper Session Michigan Section F: GSIC Workshop We’ve Got Issues: Understanding Graduate Student Needs on Campus and Beyond Wesley J.
Robinson (University of the Sciences), organizer Michael Goyette (Vassar College), presider 1.