The two leading national organizations for Classics, the AIA (Archaeological Institute of America) and APA (American Philological Association), will jointly hold their annual conference from January 2 -5. This year three of our students and three faculty members will be presenting research, directing colloquia, or chairing sessions, in addition to other professional activities:
Jami Baxley: January 3, 11:00-3:00. AIA Poster Session. ‘The Use of Structured Light Scanning for the Study of the Linear B Deposits from Pylos, Messenia, Greece’ (with Dr. Newhard, B. Rennison, D. Nikassis, and K. Pluta)
Craig Garrison: January 3, 11:00-3:00. AIA Poster Session. ‘A Catalog of Carriage Steps in the Historic District of Charleston: Paving the Way to Understanding the Historic Streetscape of Charleston’
Noelle Zeiner-Carmichael: January 3, 1:30 – 4:30. APA Session 24 (Epistolary Fiction and Realities). ‘Master of Letters: Linguistic Competence in Fronto’s Correspondence’
James Newhard: January 4, 12:30 – 2:30. Session Chair. AIA Session 5D (Mapping the Roman World)
Alvaro Ibarra: January 5, 8:30 – 11:30. Colloquium Co-organizer. AIA Session 7E. ‘Composing Unity and Subverting Sovereignty in Iron Age and Roman Dacia’
Jeremy Miller: January 5, 8:30 – 11:30. AIA Session 7E. ‘The Evolution of Roman Encampments in Southern Dacia: An Analysis of Roman Operations and Military Fortifications Along the Upper Olt River Valley’ (with Dr. Ibarra)
Congratulations and good luck over the next few days!