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Classics Department members to present scholarly work at SCS/AIA annual conference

Jan 5 2015

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Faculty, Graduate

Each winter the Society of Classical Studies (formerly the American Philological Association) holds a join meeting with the Archaeological Institute of America. The conference features the presentation of individual papers, as well as discussion sessions. This year's conference, taking place from January 8-11 in New Orleans, LA, will feature presentations by several faculty members and graduate students from Stanford. Congratulations to our AIA and SCS presenters:

Graduate Students:

Carolyn MacDonald, Coast of Utopia: the Argo in the Tyrrhenian Sea

Mark Pyzyk, Specialization Among Citizens in Classical Greece

Matthieu Abgrall, Handling slaves in the wake of war: a closer look at the Roman slave supply

Megan J. Daniels, moderator, "Thinking Outside the Box: Alternative Careers within Academia"

Matthew Loar, co-moderator, "Best Practices for Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research"

Katherine Kreindler, "Orientalizing Economies: Inter-Regional Trade in Central Italy in the Eighth and Seventh centuries B.C.E."

Faculty:
 
Justin Leidwanger and Elizabeth S. Greene, 2014 Fieldwork in the Harbors of Burgaz, Turkey
 

Justin Leidwanger and Elizabeth S. Greene, Workshop on Underwater Cultural Heritage

Justin Leidwanger , "Mobility and Maritimity: Creating Socioeconomic Communities around the Northeast Mediterranean"

Walter Scheidel, "Connectivity and Predictive Modeling: Challenges of Simulating the Development of the Roman World"

Joint Presentations:

Giovanna Ceserani and Thea De Armond, Early Modern Material Pasts: architects, proto-archaeologists, and the power of images in the eighteenth century