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Hahn Lecturers (2006-Present)


Adelaide E. Hahn Memorial Lecture
: Every fall, we invite a prominent Classicist or Archaeologist to speak at our Adelaide E. Hahn Memorial Lecture. Established in 2006, this lecture is aimed at a broader, but no less enthusiastic audience than the Earle Lecture held later in the academic year. We invite our classes to join faculty, students, and friends from the entire metropolitan area to hear and honor our speaker.

 

Adelaide E. Hahn Memorial Lecturers
2019 Emily Greenwood “Verso Poetics: Black Women Poets and Classics”
2018 Antonis Kotsonas “Homer and the Archaeology of Crete”
2017 Rachel Hadas, "Talking to the Living"
2016 Joseph L. Rife, "Christianity, Society, and Landscape in the Roman to Early Byzantine Corinthia"
2015 Majorie Venit, “The Life and Art of Clairève Grandjouan”
2014
James Romm, "Self-Punishment in Seneca, the Boudicca Revolt, and the De Beneficiis"
2013 Evangelos Kyriakidis, "The Peak Sanctuary of Philioremos, the Essence of a Site"
2012
None
2011
None
2010
Nanno Marinatos, “The Minoan Gold Rings of ‘Nestor’ and ‘Minos’: A Detective Story”
2009
James E. Packer, “The Architecture of the Roman Forum”
2008
Corinne Ondine Pache, “The Hero Beyond Himself: Heroic Death in Greek Poetry and Art”
2007
 Kim J. Hartswick, "The Ancient Roman Garden"
2006
Andrew Szegedy-Maszak, “Images and Voyages: Nineteenth-Century Travelers and Photographers in Classical Lands"

 

 

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