Program of the


at the invitation of


The Omni Charlottesville Hotel

Charlottesville, Virginia

April 15-18, 1998

Wednesday, April 15

5:00-8:00 p.m.Registration Jefferson Ballroom Lobby

6:00-10:00 p.m. Meeting of the Executive Committee Preston I

8:00-10:00 p.m. Cash Bar Reception hosted byAtrium

the Classical Association of Virginia

BOOK DISPLAY: An exhibit of books and other instructional materials will be in the James Monroe Room. It will be open on Thursday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm; Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm; and Saturday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm. Coffee will be available when open.

Local Committee:

John F. Miller, Chair, University of Virginia

Daniel Breen, University of Virginia

Jenny Strauss Clay, University of Virginia

Edward Courtney, University of Virginia

John Dillery, University of Virginia

P. David Kovacs, University of Virginia

Jon D. Mikalson, University of Virginia

Mark P. Morford, University of Virginia

E. William Murad, University of Virginia

K. Sara Myers, University of Virginia

Alexander Schaffer, University of Virginia

J. Patrick Wright, Virginia Satellite Education Network

C. Wayne Tucker, Hampden-Sydney College

Thursday, April 16

8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Registration Jefferson Ballroom Lobby

9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.Book Display Coffee will be provided James Monroe Room

8:00-10:30 a.m. Meeting of the Executive Committee Preston I

8:30-9:45 a.m.First Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

Section A

Panel: “Literary Criticism of Horace” Part I (continues in Session 2A)

Robert Rabel (University of Kentucky), presiding; Leon Golden (Florida State University), organizer

1. Horace’s Pastoral Fantasy: Virgil, the Villa of the Mysteries Frieze, and the A.P. 220-250. Alden Smith (Baylor University)

2. Descriptae Vices: The Conceptual Basis of Poetic Genre in Horace’s Epistle to the Pisos. Gregson Davis (Duke University)

3. Neque...putes hunc esse poetam: Generic Modeling in Horace Sat.1.4. Daniel Hooley (University of Missouri)

4. Horace’s Ars Poetica and The Scholemaster of Roger Ascham. Scott Goins (McNeese State University)

8:30-9:45 a.m.First Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon B

Section B


Timothy J. Moore (University of Texas), presiding

1. Heroic Storms and Heroic Warfare in an Atomic Universe: Allusions to Homeric Similes in the DRN. Eric A. Kyllo (University of Montevallo)

2. Tracking the Vestigia: Hunting and Wild Animals in War in Lucretius' De Rerum Natura. Jennifer E. Johnston (University of Texas at Austin)

3. Early Man and Ataraxia: De Rerum Natura V. 925-1010. Michael J. Powers (University of Virginia)

8:30-9:45 a.m. First Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section C

Greek Archaeology

Kathryn A. Thomas (Creighton University), presiding

1. A Hearth to Hearth Talk: Hestia in the Greek House. Barbara Tsakirgis (Vanderbilt University)

2. Ergasteria and Polis: Structure and Function of the Workshops in the Ancient City. Eleni Hasaki (University of Cincinnati)

3. The Appearance of the True Arch in Greek Architecture. William Aylward (University of Cincinnati)

Thursday April 16

8:30-9:45 a.m.First Session Ashlawn/Highlands

Section D

Panel: “The Age of Augustus”

Robert W. Cape, Jr. (Austin College), organizer

1. What was the Orbis Terrarum in Augustan Ideology? Sherill Spaar (East Central University)

2. Augustan Frontiers: An Ideological Interpretation. Ransom P. Cross (University of Texas, El Paso)

3. The So-Called ‘Decline of Eloquence’ under Augustus. Robert W. Cape, Jr. (Austin College)

4. Ovid’s Actaeon: Victim or Voyeur? Stephen Clark (Centenary College)

5. Response. Karl Galinsky (University of Texas, Austin)

8:30-9:45 a.m. First Session Lewis/Clark

Section E


Susan C. Shelmerdine (University of North Carolina at Greensboro), presiding

1. The Divine Voice of the Muses in Hesiod. Derek Collins (University of Texas at Austin)

2. Provoking Prometheus: Hesiod, Theogony 545. Jenny Strauss Clay (University of Virginia)

3. Foam-Born Aphrodite. William Hansen (Indiana University)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Second Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

Section A

Panel: “Literary Criticism of Horace” Part II (continues from Session 1A)

Robert Rabel (University of Kentucky), presiding; Leon Golden (Florida State University), organizer

1. Horace’s Epic Critique: Choerilus, Varius, and Vergil. Timothy Johnson (Baylor University)

2. Usus and Making Poetry One's Own in Horace's Epistles 2.2 Kirk Freudenburg (Ohio State University)

3. Saving a Suicide: A Special Theme of Horace the Poet-Critic. William S. Anderson (University of California, Berkeley)

4. Ars and Artifex in the Ars Poetica: Revisiting the Question of Structure. Leon Golden (Florida State University)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Second Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon B

Section B

Greek Tragedy

Anne H. Groton (St. Olaf College), presiding

1. ̔Ερμς Διάκονος: Derisive Wordplay in PV 942. Chad Turner (Loyola University Chicago)

2. The "Carpet Scene" in Sacrificial Context. Robert L. Kane (Miami University)

Thursday April 16

3. Clytemnestra Unadorned in the Agamemnon of Aeschylus. Dianna Rhyan Kardulias (Columbus State Community College)

4. The Voice Unheard: Unheroic Strategies for Tragic Dilemmas. Gina M. Soter (Kalamazoo College)

5. Neoptolemos the Nothos. Elizabeth Belfiore (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)

6. Why "Phoenician" Women? Karelisa Hartigan (University of Florida)

7. The Athenians and Time in Aeschylus' Eumenides. Charles C. Chiasson (University of Texas at Arlington)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Second Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section C

Panel: Greek and Roman Epigraphy

Timothy Winters (Austin Peay State University), organizer

1. A New Monument of the Persian Wars. William C. West (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

2. Inscriptions as Indicators of Constitutional Change. Stephen V. Tracy (Ohio State University)

3. An Instrument of Imperial Propaganda? Naming Ships in the Roman Fleet. Steven L. Tuck (University of Evansville)

4. Epigraphy On-Line and in the Classroom. Suzanne Bonefas (Associated Colleges of the South)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Second Session Ashlawn/Highlands

Section D

Classical Influences in the Middle Ages and Renaissance

J. Ward Jones (College of William and Mary), presiding

1. Alcuin and the Ghost of Bede. Michael Gleason (Millsaps College)

2. Visionary Literature at the End of Antiquity: Dreams in the works of Ioannes Malalas and Procopius. Sophia Papaioannou (University of Texas-Austin)

3. Elegiac Elements in Boethius' De Consolatione Philosophiae. Antoinette Brazouski (Northern Illinois University)

4. Restoring Presence: Abelard, Lucan and Intertextuality. George S. Tate (Brigham Young University)

5. Vergil the Pagan and Ripheus the Christian: Christian Epic and the Transformation of the Aeneid. V. Stanley Benfell (Brigham Young University)

6. Tacitus, Praecursor Reformationis. Herbert W. Benario (Emory University)

7. (Dis?)Concordes animae: Passionate marriage in Paulinus of Nola, c. 25. Cynthia White (University of Arizona - Tucson)

Thursday April 16

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Second Session Lewis/Clark

Section E

Latin Literature

Daniel V. McCaffrey (Randolph-Macon College), presiding

1. Alcmena in Plautine Farce of Bloated Proportions. David Christenson (University of Arizona)

2. Staphyla: anus serva and anus nutrix in Plautus' Aulularia. Lora L. Holland (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

3. Tibullus 2.6 and the Lover's Magic Discourse. Kerill O'Neill (Colby College)

4. Theatricality and Interpretation in the Satyricon of Petronius. Michael Ridgway Jones (University of North Carolina-Asheville)

5. Some Similes in Statius' Achilleid. W. W. de Grummond (Florida State University)

6. The Storm in Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica. David A. Guinee (DePaul University)

7. Good Uncle, Bad Uncle: The Theme of the Patruus in Latin Literature. Adam C. Briggs (University of Virginia)

12:00-1:00 p.m. Luncheon Meeting of the Regional Vice-Presidents Preston I

1:00-3:00 p.m. Third Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

Section A


David Tandy (University of Tennessee at Knoxville), presiding

1. Oulomenen in the Iliad. Brett Robbins (Indiana University)

2. When δέ Stands in Place of γάρ in the Iliad. William H. Race (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

3. Disguising Dora: the Politics of Phoinix' Litai and Ate Story. Donna F. Wilson (University of Texas at Austin)

4. Have We Homer's Only Draft? Stewart Flory (Gustavus Adolphus College)

5. The Death of Homer: Poetic Justice. Daniel B. Levine (University of Arkansas)

6. Homer's Signature - or What is "Homeric" about Homer's Poems? Lois V. Hinckley (University of Southern Maine)

7. Water Management in the Homeric Poems. Thea K. Smith (University of Cincinnati)

Thursday April 16

1:00-3:00 p.m. Third Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon B

Section B

Historians of Rome

Herbert W. Benario (Emory University), presiding

1. (Mis)Reading Livy. John Muccigrosso (University of Michigan)

2. The Problem of Identity in Suetonius' Life of Tiberius. John W. Burke (Kent State University)

3. Omens and Portents as Literary Devices in the Annals of Tacitus. Alfred T. Terrell (University of Colorado-Boulder)

4. Provincial Surveys and Lost Books in Tacitus' Histories. Brad Buszard (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

5. Ironies in Florus' Slaughter of the Lawyers. John T. Quinn (Hope College)

6. Cassius Dio's Biographical Method. J. Drew Harrington (Troy State University- Montgomery)

7. Bile and Style: The Wit and Wisdom of Delatores. Steven H. Rutledge (University of Maryland)

1:00-3:00 p.m. Third Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section C

Classical Literature and Other Media

C. Wayne Tucker (Hampden-Sydney College), presiding1. The Birth of Venus: Hesiod, Homeric Hymn, and Botticelli. Elizabeth Holtze (Metropolitan State College of Denver)

2. Vergil's Underworld: Text and Image. Mark Morford and Daniel Holmes (University of Virginia)

3. Arma Virumque Cano: Singing Vergil. Philip Barnes (John Burroughs School)

4. Titian's Amor Sacro e Amor Profano: An Ovidian Reading. Ross Kilpatrick (Queen’s University)

5. Herodotus and Orientalism in The English Patient. Jeffrey S. Carnes (Syracuse University)

6. Aristophanic Comedy in Dr. Strangelove. Philip Spann (University of Utah)

1:00-3:00 p.m. Third Session Ashlawn/Highlands

Section D

Ancient Society

Peter Knox (University of Colorado), presiding

1. "Fairy Sweet of Old Guitars": Gwendolyn Brooks Sings Vergil. Amy Thomsen (Iowa State University)

2. Homeopathic Gesture in Roman Medicine and Ritual. Anthony Corbeill (University of Kansas)

3. Losing One's Voice, Losing One's Life: Silence in the Hippocratic Writings. Silvia Montiglio (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

Thursday April 16

4. Undercurrents of Human Sacrifice in the Myth and Cult of Poseidon. Georgia Irby-Massie (University of Colorado )

5. Death and Ruralisation in Late Roman Spain. Benedict Lowe (University of Georgia)

6. The Boy Next Door or Did Athenian Mothers Choose their Daughters' Husbands? Ariel Loftus (Wichita State University)

7. Japanese Kyogen and the Classicist. Timothy J. Moore (University of Texas)

1:00-3:00 p.m. Third Session Lewis/Clark

Section E

Greek Comedy

Niall Slater (Emory University), presiding

1. When Families Fight: Aeschylus' Seven Against Thebes and Aristophanes' Lysistrata. T. Davina McClain (Loyola University New Orleans)

2. Dionysos' Roles in Aristophanes' Frogs. Martha Habash (Creighton University)

3. Gossiping Triremes in Aristophanes' Knights (1300-1315). Carl A. Anderson (Michigan State University)

4. Aristophanes and Oaths. Deborah Beck (Rice University)

5. Jokes, Riddles, and Conundrums in the Life of Aesop. Robert F. Chavez (Indiana University)

6. New Comedy and Achilles Tatius’ novel Leukippe and Kleitophon. Kathryn Chew (Drew University)

3:15-5:15 p.m. Fourth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

Section A

The Odyssey

Jenny Strauss Clay (University of Virginia), presiding

1. Penelope's Nightingale: A Homeric Simile Reconsidered. Ian McDonald (University of Toronto at Scarborough)

2. The Motif of the Black Poplar in Homer's Odyssey. Judith Lynn Sebesta (University of South Dakota)

3. A Cloak for Odysseus. Rebekah M. Smith (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

4. A Short Odyssey around Some Uses of πλναι. Sophie Mills (University of North Carolina-Asheville)

5. Homophrosyne in the Odyssey. Sarah M. Bolmarcich (University of Virginia)

6. The Διός βουλή in the Odyssey. Jim Marks (University of Texas at Austin)

Thursday April 16

3:15-5:15 p.m. Fourth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon B

Section B

Roman History

Marleen Flory (Gustavus Adolphus College), presiding

1. War Games: Roman Strategy in the First Punic War. James S. Ruebel (Iowa State University)

2. A Kinder, Gentler Cato? J. Bradford Churchill (University of Colorado)

3. Gone But Not Forgotten? Deportatio Under the Principate. John F. Donahue (College of William and Mary)

4. Trajan the Historian, Caesar the Dictator, and the Roman Imperial Memory. Brian K. Harvey (University of Michigan)

5. An Epithalamium Attributed to Emperor Gallienus. Frank Clover (University of Wisconsin)

6. The Woman Who Proposed to Attila the Hun: Honoria Augusta in 450 A.D. Carol Merriam (Brock University)

3:15-5:15 p.m. Fourth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section C

The First Vice-President's Panel: “Teaching Archaeology: Within and Without the Classroom”

Sarah Wright (Northwest Guilford High School), T. Keith Dix (University of Georgia) and Derek Counts (Brown University), organizers

1. Introduction. Sarah Wright (Northwest Guilford High School)

2. Archaeology Workshops: Turning Classroom Consumers into Producers. Naomi J. Norman (University of Georgia)

3. Teaching Roman Tech. George W. Houston (University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill)

4. Classrooms in the Field. Michael Toumazou (Davidson College)

5. The Pompeii Forum Project and Classroom Technology. John J. Dobbins (University of Virginia)

6. Teaching Archaeology: Practical Methods for University Museums. Marti Lu Allen (Museum of Peoples and Cultures, Brigham Young University)

7. Response and Discussion. Derek Counts (Brown University)

8. Response and Discussion. T. Keith Dix (University of Georgia)

Thursday April 16

3:15-5:15 p.m. Fourth Session Ashlawn/Highlands

Section D

Classics and the Biblical World

Pauline Nugent (Southwest Missouri State University), presiding

1. From Homer to Virgil - Moses to John: Imitatio and Inventio. Wolfgang Roth (Northwestern University)

2. Fire at the Gates: Pompey's Arrival in Jerusalem, 63 BCE. E. William Murad (University of Virginia)

3. Studying the Septuagint: East is East, West is West - Ever the Twain Shall (Should) Meet. Leonard J. Greenspoon (Creighton University)

4. From Classical to Koiné: Teaching the Gospel of Mark in Third-Semester Greek. Constantine T. Hadavas (Beloit College)

5. Imaging the Logos: A Synoptic Approach to Problems in the Christianization of the Roman Empire. James A. Francis (University of Kentucky)

6. A Preliminary Survey of the Churches of Aperlae, A Coastal Town of Ancient Lycia. Mary Wiland (University of Colorado)

3:15-5:15 p.m. Fourth Session Lewis/Clark

Section E


Roger T. Macfarlane (Brigham Young University), presiding

1. Framing Theaetetus: The Ontological Significance of Platonic Narratology. Carol Poster (Montana State University)

2. The Bow and The Lyre: Harmonizing Duos in Plato's Symposium. John E. Ziolkowski (George Washington University)

3. Plato's Odyssean Socrates in the Hippias Minor. James A. Arieti (Hampden-Sydney College)

4. Plato's Theory of Punishment: the Intent to do Wrong. Mary Wickersham (Northwestern University)

5. Hospitality toward Xenoi in Plato. William Paul Simmons (Bethany College)

6. The Bipartite Soul of Timaeus 69a6-71a3. David Noe (University of Iowa)

3:00-4:00 p.m.Meeting of the Committee for the Promotion of Latin Secretary's Suite

4:00-5:00 p.m. Meeting of the Finance Committee Secretary's Suite

5:15-5:30 p.m. Meeting of CAMWS Southern Section Ashlawn/Highlands

5:30-6:30 p.m. Consulares’ Reception for New CAMWS MembersAtrium

6:00-7:00 p.m. Reception: Classical Society of the American Academy at Rome Preston I

Thursday April 16

8:00-10:00 p.m. Fifth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

Section A

Attic Orators

Mark E. Clark (University of Mississippi), presiding

1. Unity and Dissociation in Isocrates. Terry L. Papillon (Virginia Tech)

2. Isocrates' Areopagiticus and the Politics of Reading. Susan Prince (Michigan State University)

3. The Drama of Self Sacrifice in Athenian Courts. Joseph Roisman (Colby College)

4. Athenian Oratory and Popular Perceptions of Elite Homosexuality. Thomas K. Hubbard (University of Texas at Austin)

8:00-10:00 p.m. Fifth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon B

Section B


David Kovacs (University of Virginia), presiding1. The Ritual of Human Sacrifice in Euripides, Iphigenia in Tauris. Shawn O'Bryhim (Southern Illinois University at Carbondale)

2. Euripides' Ion: The Golden Serpent. John E. Thorburn, Jr. (Baylor University)

3. The Voice of Apollo and the "Empire of Signs" in Euripides' Ion. Gary S. Meltzer (Eckerd College)

4. In and Out of Bounds: Erotic Ties in Euripides' Hippolytus. Monica S. Cyrino (University of New Mexico)

5. Persuasion and Lies in Euripides' Iphigeneia among the Taurians. Elizabeth J. Franzino (University of Virginia)

6. Female Song and Female Knowledge in the Recognition Duets of Euripides. Kim On Chong-Gossard (University of Michigan)

7. Parody and Tradition in Euripides' Helen. John P. Given III (University of Michigan)

8:00-10:00 p.m. Fifth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section C

Legendary Rome

Eric D. Huntsman (Brigham Young University), presiding

1. Reading the Hut of Romulus: Vergil's Regia and the Augustan Landscape. Jennifer A. Rea (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

2. The Etruscan Influence on Rome's Hercules. Trevor Stacy Luke (Brigham Young University)

3. Cacus among the Greeks: Dionysius of Halicarnassus and the Myth of Hercules in Italy. Molly Pasco-Pranger (University of Michigan)

Thursday April 16

8:00-10:00 p.m. Fifth Session Ashlawn/Highlands

Section D

Panel: “Milton and the Classics”

Bruce Louden (University of Texas at El Paso), organizer

1. Concerning Milton’s Use of Martial in his Defensiones. Michele V. Ronnick (Wayne State University)

2. Catharsis, Religion and Morality in Samson Agonistes and Greek Tragedy. Stanley Hoffer (Seton Hall University)

3. Milton: Homer, Satan: Hera. Bruce Louden (University of Texas at El Paso)

4. Pindar and Milton: Pindaric Ode and Paradise Lost. Stella P. Revard (Southern Illinois University)

8:00-10:00 p.m. Fifth Session Lewis/Clark

Section E

The Secretary’s Panel: “Undergraduate Research”

Gregory N. Daugherty (Randolph-Macon College), presiding

1. Defining the Bearded Snake in Ancient Mediterranean Art. Laura C. Gawlinski (Randolph-Macon College)

2. Lux Invisa: Chiaroscuro and Visual Oxymora in Juvenal. Barbara Croft (Utah State University)

3. The Nature of Time in Zeno of Elea: The Antinomies vs. the Paradoxes. Jeffery M. J. Murphy (Xavier University)

4. A Basilica, a Temple and a Computer: Reconstructing the Buildings of L. Opimius in the Roman Forum. Christopher J. Johanson (Iowa State University)

5. Undergraduate Research in the Classics. Kenneth F. Kitchell (Louisiana State University)

6. Panel Discussion on Undergraduate Research in Classics, featuring the students, their advisors: [Gregory N. Daugherty (Randolph-Macon College), Edmund P. Cueva (Xavier University), James S. Ruebel (Iowa State University), Elizabeth Vandiver (Northwestern University)] and the audience.

Friday April 17

7:00-8:00 a.m. Joint Breakfast Meeting Preston I&II

State and Regional Vice-Presidents

Committee for the Promotion of Latin

and Membership CommitteeJohn F. Hall (Brigham Young University), presiding

8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Registration Jefferson Ballroom Lobby

8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.Book Display Coffee will be provided James Monroe Room

8:15-9:45 a.m. Sixth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

Section A

Greek Lyric Poetry

William H. Race (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), presiding

1. Losing a Shield and Saving the Self: Archilochus, Achilles, and Odysseus. Theodore Tarkow (University of Missouri)

2. Anacreon's Lesbian Girl: An Idiotic Suggestion Revived. Stephen M. Trzaskoma (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

3. Δίκα in Pindar's Eighth Pythian Ode. Christine Clarkson (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

4. Dirce and Mother Theba: The Source of Pindar's Muse. Jonathan Fenno (College of Charleston)

8:00-9:45a.m. Sixth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon B

Section B


John F. Miller (University of Virginia), presiding

1. The Accidental Rex Nemorensis in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Julia T. Dyson (University of Texas at Arlington )

2. The Incredible Narrator in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Philip S. Peek (Bowling Green State University)

3. Ovid's Use of Lucretius in the Fasti's Invocation to Janus. Jeffrey B. Knapp (Florida State University)

4. Reinventing the Past: Picus, Canens, and Circe in Ovid's Metamorphoses. K. Sara Myers (University of Virginia)

5. Women, Violence, and Voyeurism in Ovid Amores 1.5. Ellen Greene (University of Oklahoma)

6. Ovid, Amores 3.11: When Breaking Up Is So Very Hard to Do. Caroline A Perkins (Marshall University)

Friday April 17

8:15-9:45 a.m. Sixth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section C

Roman Archaeology I

Naomi Norman (University of Georgia), presiding

1. Samnite Culture in Campanian Capua: The Transformation of a Greco-Etruscan Colonial City into a Sabellian Cultural Center. Anthony Leonardis (Indiana University)

2. Sewers and Demagogues: The Politics of Urbanization. Amy Louise Martin (University of Cincinnati)

3. Hortis Inhiantes: Women as Owners of Urban Parks. Linda W. Rutland Gillison (University of Montana )

4. Hadrian as Ktistes in the Greek East: His Athenian Arch in Context. Kimberley Christensen (Florida State University)

5. Mapping the Classical World: Prospects for the New Millennium. Richard T. A. Talbert (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

8:15-9:45 a.m. Sixth Session Ashlawn/Highlands

Section D

Cicero and Theory

James May (St. Olaf College), presiding

1. Concepts of Due Process in Cicero's De Domo. George Sheets (University of Minnesota)

2. Cicero the Poet. James McKeown (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

3. Rhetorical iudicium and ordo scribendi in Cicero's Philosophical Works. Kirk Summers (University of Alabama)

4. Auctoritas and Persuasion in Cicero's Philosophical Works. Mark Farmer (Southwest Missouri State University)

5. Ciceros Invective and its Reflection of his Philosophical Universe. Teresa R. Ramsby (Indiana University)

8:15-9:45 Sixth Session Lewis/Clark

Section E

Aristophanes and History

Carl Anderson (Michigan State University), presiding1. Acharnians, Babylonians, and the Democratic Reception of Aristophanic Comedy. J. Douglas Olson (University of Minnesota)

2. "What play doesn't mention him?": Alkibiades and Eupolis' Baptai. Ian Storey (Trent Univ)

3. Theramemes the Student of Prodikos in Aristophanes' Frogs. Pavlos Sfyroeras (Colgate Univ)

4. Recycling Oligarchs: On the Politics of the Frogs' Parabasis. James F. McGlew (Iowa State University)

5. The Tyranny of Women? Sparta, Autocracy and Feminine Power. Ellen Greenstein Millender (Bowdoin College)

Friday April 17

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seventh Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

Section A


Janice M. Benario (Georgia State University), presiding

1. Vergil's Philosophy of Art and the Structure of his Poetry. John Scott Campbell (University of South Florida)

2. Vergil on the Hardness of Vice and the Physicality of Shades. Julian Ward Jones, Jr. (College of William and Mary)

3. Aeneas' Dignitas and a Vergilian "Non Decet". J. D. Noonan (University of South Florida)

4. The Ruse of the Muse, or the Reliability of the Narrator in Virgil's Aeneid. Brian Cherer (University of Missouri)

5. The Serpents and the Cyclops: Ulysses, Laocoon, and the Monsters in Aeneid II-III. Stephen C. Smith (University of Virginia)

6. The Shaping of Time: City Identity in Virgil's Aeneid. Andreola Rossi (Princeton University)

7. Virgil's iussa as Literary Convention. Shannon Byrne (Ball State University)

8. The Focalization of Genre in Eclogue Ten. John Rauk (Michigan State University)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seventh Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon B

Section B


J. Drew Harrington (Troy State University - Montgomery), presiding

1. An Excuse to Conquer: The Herodotean Prophasis. Brad McNellen (Vanderbilt University)

2. Nothing in Excess: Herodotus and the Tradition of the Seven Sages. Susan O. Shapiro (Xavier University)

3. Minos vs. Polykrates: Agonistic Elements of Historiê. William E. Hutton (College of William and Mary)

4. Herodotus and Athenian Imperialism. John F. Shean (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

5. Reading Herodotus' Histories: From Political Context to Political Meaning. Sara Forsdyke (University of Michigan)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seventh Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section C

Panel: “The Animal World of the Greeks and Romans”

Kenneth F. Kitchell (Louisiana State University), organizer

1. The Greek Dog: Hunter and Much More. Linda Collins Reilly (College of William and Mary)

2. Beware of Men in Wolves’ Clothing: Homer’s Human Bestiary. Kenneth F. Kitchell (Louisiana State University)

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3. Beastly Thoughts: Animal Speech and Reason in Plutarch and the Modern Case against Animals. Stephen T. Newmyer (Duquesne University)

4. Cum Mula Pepererit: Making Sense of Mule Omens. Christopher M. McDonough (Boston College)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seventh Session Ashlawn/Highlands

Section D

Roman Religion and Roman Law

Susan D. Martin (University of Tennessee at Knoxville), presiding

1. Vestae aedem intuens: Reading Vesta in Valerius Maximus. Hans-Friedrich Mueller (Florida State University)

2. Piety for Posterity: The Literacy Function of Roman Religion in the Letters of Pliny the Younger. Jennifer L. Smith (Indiana University)

3. Debt and Legal Control in the Roman Agrarian Economy. Dennis P. Kehoe (Tulane University)

4. Cultivating Neighbors and Crops: The Roman Law of Servitudes and Rural Use. Cynthia Bannon (Indiana University)

5. Whatever Happened to tutela mulierum? Judith Evans Grubbs (Sweet Briar College)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seventh Session Lewis/Clark

Section E

The Ancient Novel

Andrew S. Becker (Virginia Tech), presiding

1. Myths of Person and Place: The Search for a Model for the Ancient Novel. Gareth Schmeling (University of Florida)

2. A New Date for Chariton's Chaereas and Callirhoe. Edmund P. Cueva (Xavier University)

3. Ethnic Identity and Cultural History in Heliodorus' Aithiopika. Wilfred Major (St. Anselm College)

4. The Limits of Observation and the Power of Experience in Daphnis and Chloe. Jessamyn Lewis (University of California, Los Angeles)

5. The Forms of Prayer in the Ancient Novel. Karen F. B. Wang (University of Michigan)

6. Evil Sisters and Child-Eating Demons: Psyche's Sisters as Lamiae. Thomas D. McCreight (Loyola College )

10:00-11:00 a.m.Meeting of the Education and Travel CommitteeSecretary’s Suite

11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Meeting of the Steering CommitteeSecretary’s Suite

12:00-1:00 p.m. Vergilian Society Luncheon Preston I&II

Friday April 17



Buses will leave between 12:00 and 1:00.

1:15-2:30 Eighth Session Jefferson Hall

Section A

Women in Vergil

Sally Davis (Arlington City Schools), presiding

1. Lock and Key: Dido, Berenice and the Denial of Interextuality. David L. Wray (University of Chicago)

2. Resisting the Male: Two Tragic Bacchants in the Aeneid. Vassiliki Panoussi (University of Virginia)

3. Dido, Circe and the Image of the Hero. Tatiana Tsakiropoulou-Summers (University of Alabama)

4. Cassandra’s Curse: The Feminine Vatic Voice in Vergil’s Aeneid. Michael B. Myer (Durham NC)

1:15-2:30 p.m. Eighth Session Minor Hall Auditorium

Section B

Catilinarian Conspiracy

Mark Morford (University of Virginia), presiding

1. Audacious Conspirators, Effeminate Consul: Plutarch's Cicero, 19-23. Tim Stover (Florida State University)

2. Cic. Catil. 1.1 and Sall. Cat. 20.9: Who Said It First? Peter Cohee (Ohio University )

3. The Message of Manlius' Envoys. Sallust, BC 33. Kathryn Williams (University of North Carolina - Greensboro)

1:15-2:30 p.m. Eighth Session New Cabell Hall 345

Section C


John Breuker (Western Reserve Academy), presiding

1. Seneca's "Wide-stepping" Eurybates, or a "A Punny Thing Happened on the Way to Inform Them." John A. Stevens (East Carolina University)

2. Personae senum: Comic Devices in the Cato Maior de Senectute. Julie Langford-Johnson (Indiana University)

3. The Messenger Speech in Seneca's Thyestes. Daniel J. Breen (University of Virginia)

4. Seneca's Polyxena and Her Allusive Antecedents: Audax virago plus quam femina. Sarah Smart (Brown University)

Friday April 17

1:15-2:30 p.m. Eighth Session New Cabell Hall 215

Section D


Richard A. LaFleur (University of Georgia), presiding

1. Sappho Reading Sappho. John Gibert (University of Colorado)

2. Characterizing Aphrodite: the Role of the Speaker in Sappho fr.2. Arti Mehta (Indiana University)

3. Sappho's Lie: "The Content of the Form." Leanora Olivia (Millsaps College)

2:45-4:45 p.m. Ninth Session Dome Room, The Rotunda

Section A

Presidential Panel: "The Etruscans in Rome: Evidence and Methodology"

John F. Hall (Brigham Young University), presiding

The Presidential Panel is dedicated to the memory of our dear friend and colleague, Professor Mary E. Moser of Dickinson College, long an advocate of res Etrusca.

1. The Etruscans in Rome: History and Literature. John F. Hall (Brigham Young University)

2. The Etruscans in Rome: Religion, Dress and Culture. Larissa Bonfante (New York University)

3. The Etruscans in Rome: Graffiti and Writing. Nancy Thomsen de Grummond (Florida State University)

4. The Etruscans in Rome: Architecture and Archaeology. Ingrid Edlund-Berry (University of Texas at Austin)

Panel Discussion to follow.

2:45-4:45 p.m. Ninth Session Jefferson Hall

Section B

Panel: “Symptomatic Texts: Roman Literature and the Unconscious”

Micaela Janan (Duke University) and Paul Allen Miller (Texas Tech University) organizers

1. Cicero Exclusus: Craving Political Jouissance. Eleanor Winsor Leach (Indiana University)

2. Nec Fore Credebat Romam: The Nation, the Masculine and the Geography of Desire in Tibullus 2.5. Brenda Fineberg (Knox College)

3. Arethusa to Lycotas: The Metaphysics of Decadence. Micaela Janan (Duke University)

4. Why Propertius is a Woman. Paul Allen Miller (Texas Tech University)

5. Freud, Rome and History. Duncan Kennedy (Bristol University)

6. Response. Carl A. Rubino (Hamilton College)

Friday April 17

2:45-4:45 p.m. Ninth Session Minor Hall Auditorium

Section C


K. Sara Myers (University of Virginia), presiding

1. Deus Inde Ego: Horace as Priapus in Sermones 1.8. Samuel J. Huskey (University of Iowa)

2. Literary Witches and Murdered Children: Reflections of Civil Discord and Social Status at Rome. Bryan C. Daleas (Southern Illinois University at Carbondale)

3. Faking It: Dolor in Horace, Epode 15. W. Jeffrey Tatum (Florida State University)

5:00 - 6:00 pm Reception at Colonnade Club, hosted by the University of Virginia



7:30-9:30 p.m. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION BANQUET Jefferson Ballroom

Presiding:Kenneth F. Kitchell (Louisiana State University)

Welcome: John Casteen (President, University of Virginia)

Response: Sarah Wright, First Vice President (Guilford, NC)

Ovationes: Herbert W. Benario (Emory University)

Presidential Address: John F. Hall (Brigham Young University)

"The Mos Maiorum, Roman and CAMWSian."


Petite Maryland crabcake with spicy remoulade

Spinach and mushroom salad, tossed with warm bacon dressing

Grilled Filet of Salmon with cucumber dill sauce

Key Lime Pie

Wine will be available from a cash bar

Saturday, April 18

7:00 - 8:15 a.m. Women's Classical Caucus Breakfast Preston I

8:15-9:30 a.m.Annual Business Meeting Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

John F. Hall (Brigham Young University), presiding

8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Registration Jefferson Ballroom Lobby

8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.Book Display Coffee will be provided James Monroe Room

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Tenth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

Section A

CPL Panel: “Standards for Classical Language Learning”

Thomas J. Sienkewicz (Monmouth College), presiding

The participants in this panel have all been involved in writing or using foreign language teaching standards in their states. They will describe their experiences, summarize their state standards, and offer advice to Classicists who face similar tasks in their own states. Materials on teaching standards from states in the CAMWS region will be available at this session.

1. Danetta Genung (Glenn High School, Kernersville NC)

2. Sue Robertson (Midlothian High School, Midlothian VA)

3. Carol Ihlendorf (Sycamore High School, Cincinnati OH)

4. Kathryn A. Thomas (Creighton University, Omaha NE)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Tenth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon B

Section B

Technologies and Teaching Methodologies

James S. Reubel (Iowa State University), presiding

1. A New Core Vocabulary for Latin: First-fruits from a Digitized Word-Frequency Database. James H. Dee (University of Illinois at Chicago)

2. Roman Military Camps in the United States: The University Campus as a Teaching Device. Joachim C. H. Vogeler (Louisiana State University)

3. Uno lapide: Teaching Latin Grammar and Culture Through Monuments. Johanna Sandrock Shafer (Truman State University)

Saturday April 18

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Tenth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section C

Augustan History and Archaeology

Ingrid Edlund-Berry (University of Texas at Austin), presiding

1. The Burial of Caesar's Daughter and Augustus' Mother: Family Advertisement in the Late Republic. Marleen Boudreau Flory (Gustavus Adolphus College)

2. Redefining Women's "Power" in the Early Roman Empire: The Julio-Claudian Women. Eric D. Huntsman (Brigham Young University)

3. Augustan Arches in the Forum Romanum and the Republican Architectural Tradition . Gretchen E. Meyers (University of Texas at Austin )

4. A Posthumous Relief of Augustus from Carthage. Karen E. Ros (Indiana University)

5. Liber/Bacchus/Dionysos in Augustan Cult and Culture. John B. Stillwell (University of Texas at Austin)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Tenth Session Ashlawn/Highlands

Section D


Karelisa Hartigan (University of Florida), presiding

1. Sophocles "Rereads" the Oresteia. Helen E. Moritz (Santa Clara University)

2. Guileful Ajax and Guileless Odysseus? Hanna M. Roisman (Colby College)

3. Fiction and Truth in Sophocles' Electra. James Barrett (University of Mississippi)

4. The Praise of Athens in Sophocles' Oedipus at Colonus. Angeliki Tzanetou (Case Western Reserve University)

5. Mantic Tussles and Partisan Prophets in Sophocles' Electra. Eric Dugdale (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Tenth Session Lewis/Clark

Section E

Hellenistic Literature

Ward Briggs (University of South Carolina), presiding

1. Structural Proof in Callimachus' Hymn to Zeus. Keyne A. Cheshire (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

2. The Rhetoric of Praise in Theocritus Idylls 16 and 17. Hugh A. Cayless (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

3. Narrative Authority and Uncertainty in the Cyzicus Episode of Apollonius' Argonautica. Calvin S. Byre (University of Oklahoma)

4. Ptolemy I Kheper-Ka-Re:The Alexander Romance and Manetho. John Dillery (University of Virginia)

Saturday April 18

12:00 - 1 Classical Association of Virginia LuncheonAtrium

12:00-1:30 p.m. Consulares Luncheon Preston I

James May (St. Olaf College), presiding

Active Consulares in order of seniority:

Presidents: Roger Hornsby (Iowa), Arthur Stocker (Virginia), Herbert W. Benario (Emory), Alexander McKay (McMaster), Kenneth Reckford (Chapel Hill), Charles Babcock (Ohio State), Harry Rutledge (Tennessee), Karl Galinsky (Texas), Mark Morford (Virginia), Susan Wiltshire (Vanderbilt), Eleanor Huzar (Michigan State), Gareth Schmeling (Florida), Theodore Tarkow (Missouri), Ernst Fredericksmeyer (Colorado), Ward Briggs (South Carolina), Michael Gagarin (Texas), Kenneth Kitchell (Louisiana State), Joy King (Colorado), Karelisa Hartigan (Florida), Kathryn Thomas (Creighton), William Race (Chapel Hill), Helena Dettmer (Iowa), John Hall (Brigham Young), James May (St. Olaf).

Secretary-Treasurers: John Hough (Colorado), Robert Tucker (Georgia), W. W. de Grummond (Florida State), Gareth Schmeling (Florida), Roy Lindahl (Furman), John Hall (Brigham Young), Gregory Daugherty (Randolph-Macon).

1:00-3:00 p.m. Eleventh Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

Section A

Roman Satire

Edward Courtney (University of Virginia), presiding

1. Juvenal on Same-Sex Marriage. John F. Makowski (Loyola University of Chicago)

2. Deception and Ambiguity in the Prologue to Persius' Satires. Peter Nani (Ohio State University)

3. Satire and Multiculturalism: Persius on Greeks and Jews. Christoff Zietsman (University of Stellenbosch)

4. Thematic Structure in Martial Book 5. Art L. Spisak (Southwest Missouri State University)

Saturday April 18

1:00-3:00 p.m. Eleventh Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon B

Section B

Classics and Art History

Robert W. Ulery (Wake Forest University), presiding

1. A Gorgon for Athena. Robert D. Cromey (Virginia Commonwealth University)

2. Rethinking Space in the Villa of the Mysteries. David Fredrick (University of Arkansas)

3. The Romanization of Fortuna in the First and Second Centuries A.D.: Examination of a Hadrianic Marble Sculpture of Fortuna from Sparta. Darius A. Arya (University of Texas at Austin)

4. Thorns in the Garden: An Exhumation of the "Tomb of Patro," its Frescos and Greek Epigram. Francesca Santoro L'hoir (Macalester College)

5. Nysa in Munich? Aileen Ajootian (University of Mississippi)

1:00-2:00 Eleventh Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section C

Classical Association of Virginia Special Session

Cathy P. Daugherty (Hanover County Schools), Presiding

Masters of War

Recruiting Virgil, Father of the West.

Richard F. Thomas (Harvard University)

1:00-3:00 p.m. Eleventh Session Ashlawn/Highlands

Section D


Christopher P. Craig (University of Tennessee), presiding

1. Foreigners and Dangerous Witnesses in Cicero's Pro Fonteio, Pro Flacco, and Pro Scauro. Barbara Price Wallach (University of Missouri)

2. Friendship and Politics: The Role of Amicitia in the Correspondence between Cicero and L. Munatius Plancus. Noelle K. Zeiner (Indiana University)

3. Resonances of Demosthenes' First Philippic in Cicero's Philippic V. Brent N. Halvonik (University of Missouri)

4. Caesar's Ghost: Clementia in Philippics 2. Amy E. Rountree (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

5. The Force of -tor and -sor: A Use of Verbal Nouns of Agency in Cicero's Speeches. Bartley Joseph Brown (Ohio State University)

Saturday April 18

1:00-3:00 p.m. Eleventh Session Lewis/Clark

Section E

Greek Historiography

John Dillery (University of Virginia), presiding

1. The Chronology of Chronography in Greek Historiography. David L. Toye (Northeast State Technical Community College)

2. Thucydides on Corcyra and Athens: Human Nature, Self-Interest, and Trust. Ryan K. Balot (Princeton University)

3. The Time Travel of Thucydides' Narrative in Book 6.1-26. Doug Clapp (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

4. The Aristotelian Ath. Pol. and Ancient Scholarship on Demosthenes. Craig A. Gibson (University of Nevada, Reno)

5. Why Does Polybius Not Believe in the "Philinus" Treaty? Gavin Weaire (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

2:00-3:00 p.m.Eleventh Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section F


Helena Dettmer (University of Iowa), presiding

1. The Catullan Domus: House and Home in Catullus 68. Sarah V. Clere (Mount Olive College)

2. Anxiety and the Audience: Catullus 16 and the Kiss Poems. Christopher Nappa (University of Tennessee)

3. The Spell of Catullus: Peter Warlock's truces iambi. James V. Lowe (John Burroughs School )

3:00-4:00 p.m. Meeting of the Committee for the CAMWS Centennial Secretary's Suite

3:00-5:00 p.m. Twelfth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon A

Section A

Classics in America

Michele V. Ronnick (Wayne State University), presiding

1. Read a Latin Text -- In Situ!! The Voyage to Maryland. Sally Davis (Arlington Virginia Public Schools)

2. Beyond Gildersleeve: Classics in Virginia in the Nineteenth Century. Trudy Harrington-Becker (Virginia Tech)

3. Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Marble Faun: Ovide Moralisé. Gregory A. Staley (University of Maryland)

Saturday April 18

3:00-5:00 p.m. Twelfth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon B

Section B

Roman Archaeology II

Nancy T. de Grummond (Florida State University), presiding

1. The Amiternum Reliefs: A Re-Evaluation of the Role of Freedmen Outside of Rome. Lisa A. Hughes (Indiana University)

2. The Pharos of Claudius. Harry R. Neilson, III (Florida State University)

3. A Severan Schola of the Palmyrenes at the Red Sea Port of Berenike, Egypt. Anne E. Haeckl (Ann Arbor, Michigan)

4. Creta et Cyrenaica: A Roman Province Personified. Liane Houghtalin (Mary Washington College)

5. The Introduction of the Aqua Marcia: A Note on the Use of perducere. Alexis M. Christensen (Florida State University)

3:00-5:00 p.m. Twelfth Session Jefferson Ballroom Salon C

Section C

Latin Pedagogy

Carter S. Drake (Rockbridge County Schools), presiding

1. Qui docet discit: Quintilian on the Art of Teaching or Pedagogy from a Roman Standpoint. Pauline Nugent (Southwest Missouri State University)

2. The 'Living' Latin of Arcadius Avellanus. Nanci DeBloois (Brigham Young University)

3. Punctuation and the Learning of Latin: The Case of a IV A.C.E. Seneca-fragment. Donka D. Markus (University of Michigan)

4. Composition in Intermediate Latin Classes: An Alternative Approach. Mary H.T. Davisson (Loyola College in Maryland)

5. The 1999 AP Latin Examinations: Free-Response Section. Peter N. Howard (Troy State University)

6. Changes in the Syllabi for the 1999 AP Latin Examinations. Madeleine M. Henry (Iowa State University)

Saturday April 18

3:00-5:00 p.m. Twelfth Session Ashlawn/Highlands

Section D

Greek History

Jon Mikalson (University of Virginia), presiding

1. The Role Of Triremes and Pentecontors in Polycrates' Navy. Anthony J. Papalas (East Carolina University)

2. Plutarch and Alcibiades. Hubert M. Martin, Jr. (University of Kentucky)

3. Archelaus the "Philhellene." William Greenwalt (Santa Clara University)

4. A Double Deceit: Aeschines, Demosthenes, and the Third Sacred War. Christopher M. Blackwell (Furman University)

5. Alexander and the Persian Obeisance. Ernst A. Fredricksmeyer (University of Colorado)

6. The Nature of the Macedonian Aristocracy. Elizabeth Carney (Clemson University)

7. The Ideological Dimensions of Chariton's Chaireas and Callirhoe: Some Features. Jean Alvares (Montclair State University)

3:00-5:00 p.m. Twelfth Session Lewis/Clark

Section E

Late Philosophy

G. Edward Gaffney (Montgomery Bell Academy), presiding

1. Roman Epicureanism in the First Century B.C. Lora Williams (Wright State University)

2. Favorinus Loquitur: Echoes of the Greek Sophistic in Aulus Gellius. Stephen M. Beall (Marquette University)

3. Theories of the Origin of Evil in the Later Platonism. John Phillips (University of Tennessee at Chattanooga)

4. Prudentius' Use of Pagan Philosophical Doctrine in the Psychomachia. Marc Mastrangelo (Dickinson College)

5. The Cyrenaics on Pleasure and Happiness. Andrew Reece (Indiana University)

6. Plotinus' Understanding of Numbers in the Treatise on Numbers and Porphyry's Arrangement of the Enneads. Svetla Slaveva (University of Iowa)

4:00 - 5:00 pm Meeting of the Long Range Planning CommitteeSecretary’ Suite

CAMWS Committees 1997-98

Executive CommitteeJohn F. Hall    (President and Chair)

Gregory N. Daugherty                        (Secretary-Treasurer)

James May                                          (President-Elect)

Helena Dettmer                                  (Immediate Past President)

Sarah Wright                                      (First Vice President)

John Miller                                         (Editor CJ)

G. Edward Gaffney                            (Editor Newsletter)

David Tandy                                       (Finance)

Niall Slater                                         (Steering) 

Tom Sienkowicz                                 (CPL) 

Carter Philips                                                  (Membership) 

Ross Kilpatrick                                   (At Large Member unitl 1998) 

Marlene Flory                                     (At Large Member until 1999) 

James Ruebel                                                  (At Large Member until 2000)                        

Susan Martin                                      (At Large Member until 2001) 

Committee on the CAMWS Centennial

Kenneth Kitchell        Louisiana State University                             2006    (Chair)

John F. Hall                Brigham Young University                            2006

Gregory Daugherty    Randolph-Macon College                              2006

Herbert W. Benario    Emory University                                           2006

Robert W. Ulery         Wake Forest University                                  2006

John Makowski          Loyola University of Chicago                                    2006

Committee on Finance

David W. Tandy         University of Tennessee                                 2002

Ward W. Briggs         University of South Carolina                          1998

Eric D. Huntsman       Brigham Young University                            2000

James M. May            St. Olaf College                                              2001

Gregory Daugherty     Randolph-Macon College                              ex officio

Ad Hoc Committee on Long Term Planning

John F. Hall                Brigham Young University                            (Chair)

Helena Dettmer          University of Iowa

William H. Race         University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Kenneth Kitchell        Louisiana State University

James May                  St. Olaf College

Gregory Daugherty     Randolph-Macon College

Committee on Membership

F. Carter Philips         Vanderbilt University                                     1999    (Chair)

Susan Shelmerdine     University of North Carolina - Greensboro    1998

James H. Dee              University of Illinois - Chicago                      1999

Robert Yankow          University of St. Thomas                               2000

Committee on Merit

Herbert W. Benario    Emory University                                           2000

Oliver Phillips                        University of Kansas                                      1998

Robert W. Ulery         Wake Forest University                                  1998

Kathy Elifrits              Rolla HS (Rolla MO)                                     1999

Brent Froberg             Vermillion SD                                                            1999

Jeffrey L. Buller         Georgia Southern University                          2000

Committee on Nominations

Helena Dettmer          University of Iowa                                          2002

William H. Race         University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill    2001

Kathryn A Thomas     Creighton University                                      2000

Karelisa Hartigan       University Florida                                          1999

Joy K. King                University of Colorado                                   1998

Committee on the Annual Meeting Program

John F. Hall                Brigham Young University                            (Chair)

Marleen Flory             Gustavus Adolphus College                           1998

Leon Golden               Florida State University                                 1999

Christopher Craig       University of Tennessee                                 2000

Karelisa Hartigan       University of Florida                                      2000

Committee for the Promotion of Latin

Thomas Sienkewicz   Monmouth College                                         2000    (Chair)

Barbara Hill                University of Colorado                                   1998

Anne H. Groton          St. Olaf College                                              1999

Janet Colbert              Webb School (Knoxville TN)                                    2000

Sarah Wright              Guilford HS (Greensboro NC)                       ex officio

Committee on Resolutions

Christopher P. Craig   University of Tennessee                                 2000    (Chair)

William Napiwocki    Hammond IN                                                  1998

Cecilia M. Peek          Brigham Young University                            2000

John Finamore            University of Iowa                                          2000

Steering Committee on Awards and Scholarships

Niall W. Slater            Emory University                                           2000    (Chair)

Barbara Hill                University of Colorado                                   1999

Eddie R. Lowry          Ripon College                                                            2000

Jeffrey L. Buller         Georgia Southern University                          1999

Roger T. Macfarlane  Brigham Young University                            2000

Brent M. Froberg        Vermillion SD                                                            1998

John F. Hall                Brigham Young University                            ex officio

Gregory Daugherty     Randolph-Macon College                              ex officio

Subcommittee on the College Awards

Eddie R. Lowry          Ripon College                                                            2000    (Chair)

Mary E. Kuntz            Auburn University                                          1998

John Stevens               East Carolina University                                1999

Steven R. Todd           Baylor University                                           1999

Subcommittee on the Grant, Semple and Benario Travel Awards

Jeffrey L. Buller         Georgia Southern University                          1999    (Chair)

David Fletcher            Charlotte HS (Boynton Beach FL)                 1998

Edward A. Phillips     Grinnel College                                              1999

Marcia Dobson           Colorado College                                           1999

Subcommittee on the Good Teacher Awards

Barbara A. Hill           University of Colorado                                   1999    (Chair)

Rick M. Newton         Kent State University                                     1998

W. Jeffrey Tatum       Florida State University                                 1998

Robert J. Rabel           University of Kentucky                                  1999

Subcommittee on the Manson A. Stewart Education and Travel Awards

Roger Macfarlane       Brigham Young University                            2000    (Chair)

Rita Ryan                    Omaha Central HS (Omaha NE)                    1998

Timothy Johnson        Baylor University                                           2000

Subcommittee on the Manson A. Stewart Scholarships

Brent M. Froberg        Vermillion SD                                                            1998    (Chair)

Anne Groton               St. Olaf College                                              1999

David Schenker          University of Missouri                                   2000

Helena Dettmer          University of Iowa                                          2000

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