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The College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University, leading a Mediterranean Studies Research Group and a Mediterranean Studies Certificate, invites submissions for an upcoming symposium on Mediterranean Studies to be held in July 2021.   In recent years, the discipline of Mediterranean Studies has “gone from constituting a rather vague approach to a region imagined in...
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It is with great pleasure that we announce the launch of online Ancient Greek classes that will run this coming autumn and winter. Our tutors are Dr. George Gazis and Dr. Chiara Blanco who will lead the classes live. Beginners Greek Course:  Every WEDNESDAY at 18:00 – 20:00 Italian Time UTC+2 Starting on 14th of October...
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An Academic Conference and Tour of Ancient Sites Syracuse, Sicily 13-19 October, 2019 Even a cursory look at the remaining corpus of Pindar’s victory odes leaves one in no doubt about the wealth, power, and prestige of his Sicilian patrons. Exactly a third of the odes were composed for Sicilian athletic victories and those dedicated...
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The Fifth Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Heritage of Western Greece  with special emphasis on ἀγών agōn: assembly, struggle, contest, trial, conflict, challenge, strife, witha pre-conference seminar on Empedocles’ Poem on nature and an Empedocles-themed post-conference tour The cultural and intellectual legacy of Western Greece—the coastal areas of Southern Italy and Sicily settled by Hellenes in the 8th and...
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