Department of Classical Studies
Classical Studies Senior Research Colloquium

The honors students of the Class of 2021 present their research. Ranging from insulting graffiti to ancient education, these projects represent the breadth and excellent of Classical Studies and Ancient History students' work on the ancient world.

Details
Start Time: April 1 2021 - 11:00 AM
End Time: April 2 2021 - 1:00 PM
Dr. Kimberly Bowes
Mati Davis
THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL: Dialogic Insults on the Walls of Pompeii
Jordan Tayeh
The Barbarian Doctrine: Reframing Eastern Alienation and the Religion of the Alien God
James M Nycz
Individual Agency and Economic Decision-Making in the Fourth-Century Great Oasis of Roman Egypt
Kathryn Kelly
Representations of Memnon throughout Antiquity and in Contemporary Classical Studies: An Examination of the Epic Hero’s Ethiopian Ethnicity
Cate Simons
Martial and the Art of Deflection: Martial's Use of Mythological References as a Tactic to Divert the Unwanted Gaze
Christina Recto
Learning My ABCs: A Between-Culture Comparison of Ancient and Modern Educational Reform
Rachel Winicov
Relationships of Power in the Sixth Century CE Syrian Religious Milieu
Amelia Marion
Searching for Carthage in Plautus' Poenulus: An Exploration of Punic Culture in Roman Literature
Mati Davis
THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL: DIALOGIC INSULTS ON THE WALLS OF POMPEII
Jinrui Zhang
What if the Ancient Chinese translated the Iliad? An Experiment of Middle Vernacular Sinitic
Christopher Williams
An Analysis of Transportation Burden Sharing in Roman Egypt as Evidenced through Papyri
Title Sort descending First & Last Name Co-Presenter(s) School Advisors Project Funding Source
An Analysis of Transportation Burden Sharing in Roman Egypt as Evidenced through Papyri Christopher Williams
  • Kimberly Bowes
College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant
Individual Agency and Economic Decision-Making in the Fourth-Century Great Oasis of Roman Egypt James Nycz College of Arts & Sciences
  • Cam Grey
Other
Learning My ABCs: A Between-Culture Comparison of Ancient and Modern Educational Reform Christina Recto College of Arts & Sciences
  • James Ker
Other
Martial and the Art of Deflection: Martial's Use of Mythological References as a Tactic to Divert the Unwanted Gaze Cate Simons
  • Cynthia Damon
Relationships of Power in the Sixth Century CE Syrian Religious Milieu Rachel Winicov College of Arts & Sciences
  • Cam Grey
  • Reyhan Durmaz
Representations of Memnon throughout Antiquity and in Contemporary Classical Studies: An Examination of the Epic Hero’s Ethiopian Ethnicity Kathryn Kelly College of Arts & Sciences
  • Emily Wilson
Other
Searching for Carthage in Plautus' Poenulus: An Exploration of Punic Culture in Roman Literature Amelia Marion
  • James Ker
The Barbarian Doctrine: Reframing Eastern Alienation and the Religion of the Alien God Jordan Tayeh College of Arts & Sciences
  • Jeremey McInerney
THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL: DIALOGIC INSULTS ON THE WALLS OF POMPEII Mati Davis College of Arts & Sciences
  • Professor Kimberly Bowes
  • Professor James Ker
Other
THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL: Dialogic Insults on the Walls of Pompeii Mati Davis College of Arts & Sciences
  • Professor James Ker
  • Professor Kimberly Bowes
Other
What if the Ancient Chinese translated the Iliad? An Experiment of Middle Vernacular Sinitic Jinrui Zhang College of Arts & Sciences
  • Buyun Chen
Other