The Bryn Mawr College Graduate Group Symposium is a biennial event sponsored by the Graduate Group in Archaeology, Classics, and History of Art. This weekend-long symposium is organized and led entirely by a committee of graduate students with the goal of facilitating interdisciplinary scholarship between graduate students in Archaeology, Classics, History of Art, and all related fields. Planned and organized entirely by students, the biennial symposia are one of the Graduate Group's most significant shared enterprises.
2023 Symposium (November 10-11)
Timecraft: From Interpreting the Past to Shaping the Future
This year, the symposium is centered on the concept of timecraft. The 14th BMC Biennial Symposium organizing committee consists of Katie Breyer, Mallory Fitzpatrick, Kari Fossum, Devin Lawson, Yusi Liu, Meriç Özölçer, Katy Rosenthal and Alexis White.
Please join the GGACHA Group for our second hybrid symposium on November 10th and 11th. The keynote speaker is Dr. Sarah Symons (McMaster University), she will deliver a lecture titled "The birth of the hours: short time measurement in ancient Egypt." The symposium will be accompanied by an exhibition. Please register for remote participation in the keynote address via Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/Symons-Keynote-Address. To participate in the symposium, please register via Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/Timecraft-Symposium.
For more information about the symposium's schedules, panels, and presenters, please check out our Conference Program.
2013 - Home: Departure and Destination
2009 - Thievery: The Anxiety of Influence and Appropriation
2007 - To the Ends of the Earth: Journeys Ancient to Modern
2003 - Head to Toe: (Un)Covering the Human Body