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October 1, 2014
IASH Fellows' Speaker Series: Ganymede in the Twelfth-century Classroom: Two Odes by Horace
In this presentation, Tina Chronopoulos (Classical and Near Eastern Studies) will talk about a couple of Horatian poems that contain what can arguable be called 'homoerotic situations' and how these poems were presented to pupils at medieval schools. 12:00pm, IASH Conference Room (LN 1106)

September 17, 2014
IASH Fellows' Speaker Series: Translating the Works of Zenta Maurina: A Reading
Presented by Zoja Pavlovskis-Petit (Comparative Literature). Zenta Maurina, a Latvian writer whose career spanned the 29th Century, was an incisive critic of European culture especially popular in Germany and Sweden. Aside from collections of essays she was the author of novels as well as a slightly fictionalized account of her own life. The latter is particularly interesting because of the historic events in which she was embroiled. Professor Pavlovskis-Petit is translating this work and planning, during this presentation, to read a chapter of the translation. 12:00pm, IASH Conference Room (LN 1106)

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Last Updated: 9/23/14