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AIA: J. Haberstroh, “A Run Through Time: Travels in Ancient and Modern Greece,” Riverside Public Library, Saturday, January 19, 2-3:30pm
What is it like to live and work in Greece for a year? John Haberstroh will share his experiences as a Regular Member at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA). As an ancient historian immersed in the world of classics and archaeology, John will offer his perspectives on the benefits of travel, discuss his…
Richard Rush UCR History Doctoral student presents at 116th Annual meeting of the Pacific Ancient and Modern Association
This past quarter, I had the opportunity to propose new authorship for the Latin poem, "Pange lingua gloriosi" to a group of ancient scholars from across the Pacific Coast at Western Washington University. My proposal that the fifth-century priest Claudianus Mamertus was the actual author of this poem, and not the sixth-century…
Dr. Michele Speaks at the Institute for Advance Study, Princeton
On Oct. 11, Michele Renee Salzman, professor in the Department of History, presented a talk at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. The talk was titled: “Why Gibbon Was Wrong: 472 and the Fall of Rome.” Salzman spoke about her new book, “The ‘Falls’ of Rome: Social and Religious History of the City, 273-573.”
UCR Ancient and Medieval Studies Group (AMSG)
Tuesday, November 27, 1:15-2:45pm - HMNSS 1303   Two UCR PhD students in Ancient Mediterranean History will share upcoming conference presentations:   John Haberstroh, “The Social Networks of the Persian Satraps of Lydia,” to be delivered at “Networking in the Ancient World: Tracing, Understanding, and Interpreting Trade and…
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