Posts on Classical & Medieval Studies

At the Gates of the Subura: Martial and Street Culture

The Classical and Medieval Studies Program invited the Bates community to a…

By Alison Keegan on May 22, 2019

Diagram as Exhortation to Philosophy: Aristotle’s Wondrous Cuttlefish

Johannes (Hans) Wietzke, from Carleton College, MN, spoke to the Bates community…

By Alison Keegan on May 13, 2019

The Site of Libarna and Roman Colonial Strategies

On May 8, 2019, Hannah Friedman, Assistant Professor of Roman Archaeology at…

By Alison Keegan on May 8, 2019

Digital Glossary of Greek Birds: A Discovery and Outreach Tool

Classical and Medieval Studies and Digital and Computational Studies invited the community…

By Alison Keegan on March 23, 2019

The Medieval Presence in Modern Identities – Symposium in Medieval Studies

“The Medieval Presence in Modern Identities” March 21, 2019 at 4:30pm ~…

By Alison Keegan on March 21, 2019

Strong Opinions, Weakly Held: The Digital Reinvention of a Medievalist

In Pettengill 65, Dr. Robert Sanderson, a semantic architect, spoke on “Strong…

By Alison Keegan on March 11, 2019

The Greek Bold Leaves and the ‘Bafflement Beyond’

On September 20, 2018 in Pettengill G65, Professor Rebecca Sinos from Amherst…

By Alison Keegan on September 22, 2018

THE (UN)BOUNDARIES OF CLASSICS

September 29, 2018, Saturday 220/221 Commons at Bates College THE INS AND…

By Alison Keegan on September 17, 2018

Viewing of ‘CHI-RAQ’ and the Making of the Film

On December 6, 2017, the movie Chi-raq was shown to a campus…

By Alison Keegan on December 6, 2017

Trade in the Ancient Mediterranean

On November 9, 2017, Thursday, Professor of Classics and History, Taco Terpstra,…

By Alison Keegan on November 1, 2017