Events

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  • Religious and Cultural appropriation, then and now.

    Starts: November 10, 2017,3:00 pm

    Ends: 4:30 pm

    Location: Rouss Hall 223

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• 8 September (Fri.) – 4-6 pm – Launch reception. Wilson Hall 142. 4–6 pm

• 19 September (Tues.) – 5-6 pm – Seminar Talk
Mary Bachvarova (Willamette). ‘How to Use Near Eastern Sources to Shed Light on Greek Religion.’ Gibson Room, Cocke Hall.

Access Prof. Bachvarova’s pre-circulated papers under the following links:

From Hittite Mountain Man to Phrygian Mountain Mother

The Hittite Background to Hecate’s Appearance in Archaic Hexametric Narratives

• 29 September (Fri.) – 12-1:30 pm – Seminar Talk
Jessica Andruss (Religious Studies). “’O Israel, repent and return!’: Arabic Preaching in Medieval Jewish Discourse.” Wilson Hall 142.

Andruss_Poster

• 11 October (Wed.) – 12-1:30 pm – Seminar Talk
Andrej Petrovic (Classics).’Henk Versnel and historiographies of Greek Religion.’ Gibson Room, Cocke Hall.

Petrovic poster

• 25 October (Wed.) – 5pm – Lecture
Henk Versnel (Leiden), ‘Coping with the Gods: Implications and Complications of Greek Polytheism.’ Gibson Room, Cocke Hall. 5-6 pm. Reception to follow.

• 27 October (Fri.) – 12-1:30 pm – Seminar Talk
Henk Versnel (Leiden). ‘Polytheism and omnipotence: incompatible?’ Wilson Hall 142.

• 10 November (Fri.) – 3-4:30 pm – Roundtable Workshop
Religious and Cultural Appropriation, then and now. Rouss Hall 223.

roundtable

• 1 December (Fri.) – 12-1:30 pm – Seminar Lecture.
Antoine Borrut (Maryland). ‘Astrology and History in Early Islam.’ Wilson Hall 142.