Students Present Research at UNC – Chapel Hill

On the heels of the undergraduate conference held at the University of Tennessee on February 25 that was reported earlier, four students traveled to the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill on March 4 to present their research and engage with fellow junior scholars.

College of Charleston Classics students present research

From L to R: Hannah Edwards, Gwendolyn Gibbons, Athena, Sarah Cohen, and Sarah Legendre

Gwendolyn Gibbons: “Martial in 140 Characters: Gender Commentary in the First-Century Twitter”

Sarah Cohen: “The Late Roman Period
Mosaics of Sepphoris and Defining the Jewish Figural Style”

Sarah Legendre: “Putting the Pieces Together: Mosaics and Identity in Gallia Narbonensis”

Hannah Edwards: “The Deification of Emperor Claudius”

Sarah, Gwen, Hannah, and Sarah are the most recent names added to a lengthening list of CofC students driven to intensively engage in conversations about the classical world and its impact upon our own.  Congratulations on a job well done!

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