Each winter 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 2-5 in Chicago, IL, featured several faculty members and graduate students from Stanford. Congratulations to our AIA and APA presenters:
Ian Morris, discussant, "Across the Corrupting Sea: post-Braudelian Approaches to the Mediterranean"
Dan-el Padilla Peralta, "Take Them (Home?) With You: The Religious Life of Middle Republican Pocola Wares"
Justin Leidwanger, "Fieldwork in the Harbors of Burgaz, Turkey," and "The Late Antique 'Church Wreck' at Marzamemi, Sicily: 2013 Excavation Season"
Simeon D. Ehrlich, moderator, "Undertaking Fieldwork: Funding, Permits, and the Logistics of Research Abroad"
Christopher B. Krebs, "Caesar and Sisenna: Some Debts, Some Parallels"
Yiqun Zhou: "What Do Greece and Rome Have to do with a 'Confucian-Socialist' Republic"
Peter O'Connell, "The Rhetoric of Visibility and Invisibility in Antiphon 5, On the Murder of Herodes"
Carolyn MacDonald, "Greek and Roman Eyes: the Cultural Politics of Ekphrastic Epigram in Imperial Rome"
Jacqueline Arthur-Montagne, "The Documentary Letters of the Alexander Romance"
Stephen Sansom, "Remembering Odysseus: Line-initial Memory in the Odyssey"
David F. Driscoll, "Is Telemachus a 'Naturally Gifted Orator?' The Case of Od. 2.40-79"