The 114th Annual Meeting of The Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS) will take place April 11-14, 2018, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The event will feature no less than five members of the Notre Dame Department of Classics – four graduate students and one faculty member.
Amy Pistone, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics, will take on two roles in Albuquerque: presenting at a Workshop on “Intersectionality in the Classroom: Inclusive Teaching Strategies,” and serving as a moderator on the panel “Promoting Diversity in Classical Studies.”
In addition, four graduate students had their abstracts accepted and will deliver papers at the meeting. Congratulations to:
Nikolas Churik (Early Christian Studies):
Loosening Down: Non-lethal Uses of *λύω γυῖα in the Iliad
Eryn Pritchett (Classics):
A Tragic History: Oracular Interpretations in the Stories of Croesus and Agamemnon
William Stover (Classics):
From Adrastus to Durkheim: Toward a Congruent Evaluation of Suicide Triggers in Herodotus
Ryan Walker (Classics):
auribus tenere lupum: Intention in Cicero's Pro Marcello
CAMWS is an organization open to teachers of Classics (Latin and Greek) at all levels, undergraduate and graduate students, and anyone else who enjoys learning about the world of classical antiquity.