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Sixteen faculty, students and alumni speak at APA/AIA in Seattle

Stanford faculty, students and alumni selected to give talks at the 2013 Annual Meeting in Seattle from January 3-6. Congratulations to all of you for being selected.

APA roster:

Friday, January 4 at 11:15am
Session: Technologies of Time and Memory
Simeon “Shimi” D. Ehrlich, Stanford University (PhD candidate)
Epitaphs Recording the Hour of Death
as Horoscopes of the Afterlife
 
Friday, January 4 at 1:30pm
Session: Pindar's Thoughtworld
Prof. Richard Martin, Stanford University (faculty)

Friday, January 4
Session: Applying to an R1 University
Prof. Jen Trimble, Stanford University (faculty)
"The Job Search: from Start to Finish"

Saturday, January 5 at 11:15am
Session: Authors Meet Critics: Pushing the Geographical Boundaries of Classics
Grant Parker, Stanford University (faculty)
The Making of Roman India

 

Yiqun Zhou, Stanford University (affiliated faculty)
Festivals, Feasts, and Gender Relations in Ancient China and Greece
 
Saturday, January 5 at 8:30am
Session:
Transgressive Spaces in Classical Antiquity
Sebastian de Vivo, New York University (PhD candidate)
The Love of Achilles: Warfare as a Space of Transgression
 
Saturday, January 5 at 1:30pm
Session:
Poetry on Stone: Verse Inscriptions in the GrecoRoman World
Alan Sheppard, Stanford University (PhD candidate)
Why Inscribe? Isyllos of Epidauros and the Function of Inscribed Hymns
 
Matthew Simonton, University of California, Berkeley (Stanford PhD 2012)
The Burial of Brasidas and the Politics of Greek Hero-Cult
 
AIA roster:
Friday, January 4, 8:30am
2012 Investigations at the Harbors of Burgaz, Turkey: Shifting Centers of Maritime Activity on the Datça Peninsula
Elizabeth S. Greene, Brock University, Justin Leidwanger, University of Toronto (soon to be Stanford faculty), and Numan Tuna, Middle East Technical University
 
Friday, January 4, 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Session: 1C: Mapping and Mathematics for Sites and Shipwrecks
Scott L. Arcenas, Stanford University (PhD candidate)
Mare ORBIS: A Quantitative Model of Marine Transportation in the Roman Empire
 
Friday, January 4 at 12:30pm
Kate Kreindler Stanford University (PhD candidate)
Further Evidence of Metal Production at Poggio Civitate (Murlo)
 
Friday, January 4, 2:45 pm
Sarah C. Murray, Stanford University (PhD candidate)
New Darkness on a Dark Age: Early Iron Age Greece by the Numbers
 
Saturday, January 5
Testing the Canon of Ancient Near Eastern Art and Archaeology
Prof. Jen Trimble, respondent, Stanford University (facutly)
 

 
Saturday, January 5 at 12:30pm
Megan Daniels
A Goddess for All the People: the Sanctuary of Aphrodite at Naukratis
 

Saturday, January 5 at 2:45pm

Darian M Totten, Davidson College (Stanford PhD 2011)
Ceramics, Shepherds, and the Regional Economy in Late Antique Southern Italy


If you are affiliated, gave a talk, and are not on this list please email vkiszka at stanford dot edu, and I will add your info.