A Reconsideration of the Pythia’s Use of Lots at Delphi: Nymphs, Dice, and Second Chances
Lisa Maurizio, Bates College
September 26, 2016 · 4:30 pm—6:00 pm EDT · 010 East Pyne
Department of Classics
Lisa Maurizio is Associate Professor of Classical and Medieval Studies Program at Bates College. She has taught at Wellesley College, Stanford University, and University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
She regularly offers courses in Greek and Latin languages and literatures on a range of authors and topics, including Roman love poetry, Senecan tragedy, archaic Greek poetry, Greek romances and saints’ lives. She frequently offers first year seminars that explore the connections between ancient myths and contemporary artists. She also teaches courses on Greek and Roman myths, Greek temple art, gender politics in archaic and classical Greece, and psychoanalytic approaches to, and appropriation of, Greek myths.