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Spectral Cartographies: Haunting and Greco-Roman Antiquity

Fri, 4/12Sat, 4/13 ·

Department of Classics

This two-day workshop will take up the thematic of haunting in relation to Greco-Roman antiquity. Twelve speakers will give twenty-minute papers addressing haunting across three dimensions: the local (haunting in the ancient world), the interstitial (haunting in the transmission and reception of Greco-Roman antiquities), and the planetary (haunting as a theoretical relation to the past). Co-sponsored by the Humanities Council, Department of Comparative Literature, Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities, Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies (with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Fund), The University Center for Human Values, and the Graduate School.


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