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The Archaeology of Hellenistic Egypt. current trends/future prospects

Thursday, October 13, 2011, 344 College St., New Haven, CT 06511
Workshop/discussion session on recent developments in Hellenistic archaeology.
Tentative Schedule:

  • 1 PM Welcome and opening remarks. JG Manning (Yale University)
  • 1:15 PM Mark Depauw (KU Leuven).
    The Demotic graffiti in Deir el-Bersha in the context of quarry graffiti from late pharaonic and Graeco-Roman Egypt
  • 2 PM Yoshiyuki Suto (Nagoya University).
    Akoris: An archaeology of the chora in Ptolemaic Egypt
  • 2:45 PM Jennifer Gates-Foster (University of Texas.
    Ptolemais and the eastern desert
  • 3:30 PM Ryosuke Takahashi University of London.
    (TBA)
  • 4:15 John Darnell and David Klotz (Yale University).
    Ghueita and Nadura, and the "religious economy" of the Ptolemaic Period in the Western Desert
  • 5 PM Responses. Millete Gaifman (Yale University), Sue Alcock (Brown University)

Conferences

Marginality, Canonicity, Passion

Friday, March 30–Sunday, April 1, 2012.
Keynote speaker Hindy Najman (Yale). Organized by Marco Formisano (Berlin) and Christina S. Kraus (Yale).

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Authorship, Authority, and Authenticity in Archaic and Classical Greek Song

Wednesday July 6th – Saturday July 9th, 2011
Organized by Egbert J. Bakker for the Network for the Study of Archaic and Classical Greek Song

Generously funded by the Department of Classics and the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Fund at Yale University

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The Past-Colonial:
Classics and the Colonization of the Past

Friday April 1st – Sunday April 3rd 2011
Organized by Emily Greenwood, Milette Gaifman, Martin Devecka, and Chris Simon

Generously Funded by the Department of Classics and the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Fund at Yale University

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Bust Studies

Joseph Wright, Studies of a Classical Bust, 1775–6. Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund.

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