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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."

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