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David F. Grose Memorial Lecture

2018-19
Russell T. Scott, Bryn Mawr College
David F. Grose and the Glass from Cosa

with remarks by Jason Moralee (UMass Amherst), Andrea De Giorgi (Florida State University), and Nora Donaghue (Florida State University)


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