Humanities Through Classics: What Does the Future Hold? | Schedule | Panelist Bios | Media

A Symposium Hosted by the The University of Miami Center for the Humanities
and the Department of Classics

Humanities Through Classics:
What Does the Future Hold?


CAS Gallery/Wesley House

1210 Stanford Dr.

University of Miami

Free and open to the public. No registration required.

Delicious Refreshments & Live Musical Entertainment

Jennifer Ferriss-Hill, "'Family Guy' as Aristophanic Comedy"
John Fitzgerald, "Early Christianity and Classical Culture in Retrospect and Prospect"
David Graf, "Ex Oriente Lux"
Valentina Popescu, "Lucian's Rhetorum Praeceptor and the Despondent Classicist"
Wilson Shearin, "Nietzsche, Stupidity, and the Humanities of the Future"
Mihoko Suzuki, "The Politics of Translating Sophoclean Tragedy in Civil War England"
Han Tran, "Excavation as Incantation: Cy Twombly and the Dream of the Classical Past"

The Future of the Classics and of the Humanities

Shadi Bartsch, Ann L. and Lawrence B. Buttenwieser Professor of Classics, University of Chicago
Michael Halleran, Provost, College of William and Mary
Gregory Nagy, Francis Jones Professor of Classical Greek Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature, Harvard University
Patrice Rankine, Associate Professor of Classics and Assistant Head of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Purdue University