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 New Haven Society (Yale) 2023-2024 AIA Lectures

We are pleased to announce that lecturers and dates have been finalized for the 2023-24 lecture series.    


“Self-Fashioning in a Roman Province: Gender, Dress, and Difference in the Isiac Funerary Reliefs from Athens”
Prof Lindsey Mazurek, Indiana University, Bloomington 


VIRTUAL lecture for January 29, 2024, from 5-6 pm ET (ZOOM)
Co-sponsored by the AIA and the Dept of Classics, Yale University

Link: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://yale.zoom.us/j/98778940708



“Rural Matters: Studying the Countrysides of Ancient Cyprus,” a lecture by Catherine Kearns, University of Chicago, Nov 8 from 5-6 pm

“Block by Block: Piecing Together Athenian Democracy,” a remote ZOOM lecture by Jessica Paga, The College of William & Mary, April 5, 2022, from 5-6 pm

“Feasts of Silver in the Persian Empire,” a remote ZOOM lecture by Dr. Susanne Ebbinghaus, Harvard University, March 31, 2021 at 5:30 PM. 

“Awash in Innuendo at the Baths of Caracalla,” a remote ZOOM lecture by Maryl Gensheimer, University of Maryland, November 2 2021, from 5-6 pm 

“The Perikles Cup: New Archaeological Evidence for Athens’ Most Famous Politician?” a lecture (Phelps Hall) by Matthew Simonton, Arizona State University, March 3 2020, from 5:30-6:30 pm

“Barge of Heaven: Cleopatra the Goddess,” a lecture (Phelps Hall 207) by Alison Futrell, University of Arizona, February 26 2019, from 5:30-6:30 pm

“Roman Wall Painting: Pliny, Pigments, & Polychromy,” a lecture (Phelps 207) by Hilary Becker, SUNY Binghamton, March 6 2018, 5:30-6:30 pm

“Rams in Space: The Ambracian Gulf as a Landscape of Symbols,” a lecture (Phelps 207) by Kristian Lorenzo, The Meadows School, October 24 2017, 5:30-6:30 pm

Archaeology Brown Bag Lunches

Sponsored by the Yale University Council on Archaeological Studies and the Department of Anthropology, these lectures typically take place during the academic year on Fridays at 12:00 PM, in Room 101 of 51 Hillhouse Avenue.


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