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Speaker(s) / Presenter(s) Date
Race-ing the Romans: Uncovering the Racial Constructs of Ancient Rome. Prof. Shelley Haley, Edward North Chair of Classics & ​Professor of Africana Studies ​at Hamilton College -
Wrathful Goddess or Tutelary Deity? Juno and Roman Imperialism: Bluegrass Classics Lecture IV Dr. Lisa Mignone -
Virgil, Wordsworth and the anxieties of translation: literalism, lake poetry and lyric revision Professor Stephen Hinds, Professor of Classics and Byron W. and Alice L. Lockwood Professor of the Humanities University of Washington, Seattle -
The Egyptian Homer in Heliodorus' An Ethiopian Tale: Symbols, Thighs, and Questions of Identity. Dr. Lawrence Kim, Trinity University, San Antonio TX -
Public Lecture: "From Arab nationalism to New Media" Dr. Keith Walters (Portland State University) -
Public Lecture: "Hittites, Greeks, and Others: Interaction between Ancient Anatolia, Greece, and the Levant" Dr. H. Craig Melchert (UCLA) -
Public Lecture: "Sign Languages of Israel" Dr. Mark Aronoff (Stony Brook University) -
Science on the Page and Stage Carl Djerassi (Stanford) -
MarK Chagall and the Bible Exhibit Dr. Oliver Leaman -
Hearing Jesus' Parables as Jewish Stories Dr. Amy-Jill Levine -
A Blast From the Past: Remembering UK's Jewish Heritage in Greek Life and Beyond Mr. Gene Dubow -
A Blast from the Past: Remembering UK's Jewish Heritage in Greek Life and Beyond Mr. Gene Dubow, -
Becoming Frum: How Newcomers Learn the Language and Culture of Orthodox Judaism Dr. Sarah Bunin Benor -
The Best of Both Worlds: Blended Learning in the Language Classroom” Dr. Fernando Rubio -
2nd Lecture in Jewish Studies Speaker Series Nov. 12, 8pm W. T. Young Library Ayelet Harel-Shalev presents, "Comparative Perspectives on Minority-Majority Relations in Israel" -
Timothy Brownlee - “Reciprocal Recognition in Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit” Timothy Brownlee -
Patricia Fagan - "Eros and the City" Patricia Fagan -