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Research

David F. Grose Memorial Lecture

2017-18 
Patty Baker, University of Kent Canterbury
Salubrious Spaces: Gardens and Health in Roman Italy (c. 150 B.C.-A.D. 100)


2016-17 
Kathleen Coleman, Harvard University
Defeat in the Arena


2015-16 
Bonna Wescoat, Emory University
From the Vantage of the Victory: New Research on the Winged Victory of Samothrace


2014-15 
Gregory Nagy, Harvard University
Song 17 of Sappho revisited (in the light of new supplements)


2013-14 
Alan Shapiro, Johns Hopkins University
Orientalism and Greek Identity on a Masterpiece of Athenian Vase-Painting


2012-13 
Christine Kondoleon, Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Playing with Eros: Riddles and Rhymes


2011-12 
Margarita Gleba, University College London
The Fabric of Society: Textile Production in Pre-Roman Italy


2010-11 
William Harris, Columbia University
The Question of Literacy in the Classical World and Why It Matters


2009-10 
John Oakley, College of William and Mary
Children in Wartime: Ancient Athens and Modern Europe


2008-09 
David Anthony, Hardwick College
The Archaeology of Indo-European Origins

Joshua Katz, Princeton University
“An Indo-European Walks Into a Bar…” Reflections on Language, Culture, and Poetics 


2007-08
Mary Boatwright, Duke University
Gendering the Roman Forum: The Puzzle of the Aedicula Faustinae


2006-07
Ian Morris, Stanford University
How the Good Life Got Better: Economic Growth in the First Millenium BCE


2005-06 
Michael Parenti
Popular Struggle and the Assassination of Julius Caesar


2004-05
Sharon Herbert, University of Michigan
In search of the "Last of the Phoenicians": Excavations at Tel Anafa and Tel Kedesh