Betsey Robinson Among Participants in January 25 Roundtable on Classical Legacies

The Robert Penn Warren Center for Humanities sponsors a premodern cultural studies seminar that is hosting a Roundtable on Classical Legacies on Wednesday, January 25, at 4 pm in Buttrick 123. Refreshments will be provided.

Planned in partnership with Vanderbilt’s newly re-organized Program in Classical and Mediterranean Studies, the roundtable assembles experts from the Vanderbilt community for a discussion about new and exciting directions in their fields around the legacies of classical texts, artworks, artifacts, and ideas. Participants are Betsey Robinson (History of Art), Lynn Enterline (English), Elsa Filosa (Italian), Kathy Gaca (Classical and Mediterranean Studies), Jessie Hock (English), and Choon-Leong Seow (Divinity).

If there are any questions about the event, or about the premodern cultural studies seminar, please contact its co-director, Jessie Hock (jessie.hock@vanderbilt.edu).

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