October 12+13
2001

Keynote Lecture:
Irene Winter,
Harvard University
October 12, 6:00 pm

Symposium:
October 13
10 am - 5:30 pm

Payson Lecture Room
Carpenter Library
Bryn Mawr College

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EVENT SCHEDULE

Friday, October 12, 2001

1:00-5:00 PM Registration in Carpenter Library

5:00-6:00 PM Reception, Quita Woodward Room

6:00-7:00 PM Keynote Address, Carpenter B21, Irene Winter, Harvard University

7:30 PM Informal dinner with Irene Winter


Saturday, October 13, 2001

9:30-10:00 AM Coffee, Graduate Student Lounge

10:00-10:15 AM Opening Remarks, Suzanne Faris, Bryn Mawr College

10:15 AM Professional Merchants and Transnational Class Formation in the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean
Geoffrey F. Compton, Interdisciplinary Program in Classical Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan

10:30 AM Specialization in Death: Spinners and Weavers in Iron Age Italy
Margarita Gleba, Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College

10:45 AM Hellenistic Merchants: Ancient Evidence and Modern Misconceptions
Jennifer E. Gates,Interdisciplinary Program in Classical Art and Archaeology, University of Michigan

11:00 AM Augustus' Aristippan Architect or Pleasure and the Client
Mark Masterson, Department of Classics, University of Chicago

11:15 AM Discussion

11:45 AM - 1:00 PM Lunch

1:00 PM Royal Choregoi and Greek Tragedy - New Beginnings, Changing Performance
Eoghan P. Moloney, Faculty of Classics, Cambridge University

1:15 PM Tu Maior: Community and Virtuosity in Virgil's Eclogues
Andrew Fenton, Department of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania

1:30 PM Poet vs. Poetaster: Horace on the Profession of the Poet in the Ars Poetica
Gregory Starikovsky, Department of Classics, Columbia University

1:45 PM Virgilian Expert or Amateur Virgil?
Holly M. Sypniewski, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2:00 PM Discussion

2:30-3:00 PM Coffee break, Graduate Student Lounge

3:00 PM Imitating the Inimitable: Federico Barocci's "Incompetent" Workshop
Ian Verstegen, Department of Art History, Temple University

3:15 PM Artist of Restorer?: Artist as Restorer of the Antique in 17th Century Rome
Linda Ann Nolan, Department of Art History, University of Southern California

3:30 PM Digital Expertise in Contemporary Printmaking: Professional Artists or Amateur Practitioners?
Dara K. Sicherman, Doctoral Program in Art History, City University of New York

3:45 PM Imaging and Re-Imagining: Scanning the Body
Elizabeth Dungan, University of California, Berkeley

4:00 PM Discussion

4:30 PM Concluding Remarks, Irene Winter, Harvard University

5:30 PM Reception, London Room

6:15 PM Dinner for the participants, students and guests, Dorothy Vernon Room

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