CAMWS 2001 Program

Program of the
at the invitation of
with special guests, the
Classical Association of the Pacific Northwest
The Provo Marriott Hotel
Provo, Utah, April 19-21, 2001

Wednesday April 18

5:00-8:00 p.m. Registration Aspen

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

8:00-10:00 p.m. Cash Bar Reception hosted by the Utah Classical Association Birch

BOOK DISPLAY: An exhibit of books and other instructional materials will be in the Aspen Room. It will be open on Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Friday 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.; and Saturday 8:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.. Coffee will be available when open.

Local Committee:

John F. Hall, Chair (Brigham Young University)
Roger T. Macfarlane, Co-chair (Brigham Young University)
Eric D. Huntsman (Brigham Young University)
Norbert H. O. Duckwitz (Brigham Young University)
Cecilia M. Peek (Brigham Young University)
Karen C. Macfarlane (Brigham Young University)
Joseph Ponczoch (Brigham Young University)
Victoria Johnson (Brigham Young University)

Thursday April 19
8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Registration Aspen
8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Book Display Coffee will be provided Aspen
8:00-10:30 a.m. Meeting of the Executive Committee Executive Boardroom

8:15-9:45 a.m. First Session Birch
Section A
Greek History
W. Jeffrey Tatum (Florida State University), presiding

1. Protologia. Fred Naiden (Tulane University)

2. Jury Size and Jury Competence in Classical Athens. David William Madsen (Seattle University)

3. Athens and Empire: Tyrant City or Just Power? Sara Forsdyke (University of Michigan)

4. Where a Citizen Stands: Civic Identity in Fourth-century Athens. Brad L. Cook (Ohio Wesleyan University)

8:15-9:45 a.m. First Session Cedar
Section B
Ovid I
Marilyn B. Skinner (University of Arizona), presiding

1. The Role of Poem 8 in Ovid's Amores, Book 1. Ippokratis Kantzios (University of South Florida)

2. Amores 2: A Collection of Studies in Contrast. Helena Dettmer (University of Iowa)

3. The Sacrifice of Orion's Daughters (Ovid, Met. 13.681-701): a Neglected Epic Ekphrasis Revisited. Sophia Papaioannou (University of Akron)

4. Metamorphoses 13.623-14.608 and Fasti 3.545-656: A Question of Precedence. Douglas B. Doll (University of Colorado)

Thursday April 19
8:15-9:45 a.m. First Session Elm
Section C
The Greek Novel
Susan Shapiro (Xavier University), presiding
1. Myth-Thematic Criticism and the Greek Ideal Romance. Jean Alvares (Montclair State University)

2. Character and Plot Revision in the Ancient Novel. Stephen A. Nimis (Miami University of Ohio)

3. Wedding Between the Lines: Achilles Tatius and Marriage in Roman Alexandria. Saundra Schwartz (Hawaii Pacific University)

8:15-9:45 a.m. First Session Juniper

Section D
Senecan Tragedy
Janice Benario (Georgia State University, Emerita), presiding

1. Reading and Moral Reflection in Seneca's Troades. Patrice Rankine (Purdue University)

2. Seneca's Medea and Atreus: "More Than Was Dreamt of in His Philosophy?" Stephen B. Heiny (Earlham College)

3. The Last Comer Has the Advantage: Allusion and Intertext in Seneca's Troades. Melissa L. Considine (S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo)

Thursday April 19

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Second Session Birch

Section A
Greek History
Kathryn A. Thomas (Creighton University), presiding

1. Cow Priestess and Calendar Girls. Linda W. Rutland Gillison (University of Montana-Missoula)

2. The Hellenocentric Point of View of Herodotus at 7.150. Lee E. Patterson (University of Missouri)

3. Voices from the Grave: Strategies of Commemoration in Greek Tombstones. Eric Casey (Sweet Briar College)

4. On the Prominence of the Orator in Attic Decrees. William C. West (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

5. Defining the Oikos in [Dem.] 43. Wendy E. Closterman (Bryn Athyn College)

6. "Now You See Me ... Now You Don't": Envisioning Invisibility in the Greek Magical Papyri. Richard L. Phillips (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Second Session Cedar
Section B
New Comedy
Anne Groton (St. Olaf College), presiding

1. Assuming the Master's Values: The Slave's Response to Punishment and Neglect in Menander. Cheryl Anne Cox (University of Memphis)

2. The Conception of Melancholia in the Characterization of Knemon in Menander's Dyscolos. Chrysostomos Kostopoulos (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

3. Marriage in Plautus: Humor in the Hornets' Nest. John W. Thomas (Iowa State University)

Thursday April 19

4. Manners of the Age: Education in the Truculentus. Ariana Traill (University of Colorado at Boulder)

5. Resistance to Recognition and "Privileged Recognition" in Terence. William S. Anderson (University of California, Berkeley)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Second Session Elm
Section C
William H. Race (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), presiding

1. Thersites eugenes? The Social Status of the "Worst of the Achaeans". James R. Marks (University of Texas at Austin)

2. The Iliad's Quarrel with Aphrodite. Naomi Rood (University of Chicago)

3. Patroklos: An Analogue to Agamemnon. Robert Holschuh Simmons (University of Iowa)

4. The Duals in Iliad, Book 9: A New Proposal. Bruce Louden (University of Texas at El Paso)

5. Interruption in the Odyssey. Robert J. Rabel (University of Kentucky)

6. Understanding Penelope's Dream (Odyssey 19 and 20). Keely K. Lake (University of Iowa)

Thursday April 19

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Second Session Juniper
Section D
Latin Prose
James M. May (St. Olaf College), presiding

1. Say What You Think: Credibility and Consistency in the Works of Cicero. Mark S. Farmer (Valparaiso University)

2. Cicero on the Publication of his Letters. Jennifer Ebbeler (University of Pennsylvania)

3. Giton: Petronius' Tragic Hero(ine). John F. Makowski (Loyola University of Chicago)

4. Elevation to the Tribunal: The Sexual Implications of Mercury Grasping Trimalchio by the Chin (Petronius, Sat. 29.5). James Whelton (Centre College)

5. Petronius' Satyricon 24: Quartilla's asellus. Martha Habash (Creighton University)

6. Profit and Loss in Seneca's Epistulae Morales, 1-29. Amanda Wilcox (University of Pennsylvania)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Second Session Maple
Section E
Greek Philosophy
Geoff Bakewell (Creighton University), presiding

1. diapherein in Herakleitos: Presocratic Deconstruction. Erin O'Connell (University of Utah)

2. Parmenides' Closed-Loop Concept of Time and the Illusion of Linear Time-Consciousness as Radical Critique of Hesiod's Theogony. Martin Henn (University of Kansas)

3. Herakles the Philosopher. Philip Holt (University of Wyoming)

4. A Textual Puzzle in Themistius' Paraphrase of Aristotle's De Anima. Stephen Bay (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Thursday April 19

5. Biography as Self-Promotion: Porphyry's Vita Plotini. John F. Finamore (University of Iowa)

6. Vomiting in the Neoplatonic Tradition: Catharsis in Martianus Capella's De Nuptiis. Carol Poster (University of Utah and Montana State University)

12:00-1:00 p.m. Luncheon Meeting of the Regional Vice-Presidents Executive Boardroom

1:00-3:00 p.m. Third Session Birch
Section A
Panel: People, Power and Production in Homer and Hesiod
David W. Tandy (University of Tennessee), organizer

1. Some Recent Accounts of Class in Homer. Peter Rose (Miami University of Ohio)

2. Changes in Political Power Arrangements in the Eighth Century BC. Walter Donlan (University of California-Irvine)

3. Farming and the Social Order in Homer and Hesiod. Anthony Edwards (University of California-San Diego)

4. Voices, Production Formations, and Trade, Eighth-Sixth Centuries BC. David W. Tandy (University of Tennessee)

1:00-3:00 p.m. Third Session Cedar
Section B
Panel: The Application of Multispectral Images of the Herculaneum Papyri. Part I
Roger T. Macfarlane (Brigham Young University), organizer

1. Multispectral Imaging and the Herculaneum Papyri: Some Preliminary Results. Steven Booras, (Center for the Preservation of Ancient Religious Texts, Brigham Young University)

2. Chrysippus' Old Age: The Logical Questions in PHerc. 307. Catherine Atherton (New College, Oxford)

3. Atomist Rhetoric: Nausiphanes, Metrodorus and Philodemus in PHerc. 1015/832. David L. Blank (University of California, Los Angeles and University of Reading)

Thursday April 19
1:00-3:00 p.m. Third Session Elm
Section C
Eleanor Winsor Leach (Indiana University), presiding

1. Drunken Poet I: Bacchus as Poetic Inspiration in Horace Ode 1.18? John B. Stillwell (University of Texas at Austin)

2. Nimium lubricus aspici: Bodily Encounters in Horace's Ode 1.19. Elizabeth H. Sutherland (University of Tennessee)

3. C.IV.10: Faces in the Mirror, Ligurinus, Horace, and Vergil. Timothy S. Johnson (University of Florida)

4. The Value of Inept Reading: Horace Satire 1.10. Stephanie J. Winder (Kalamazoo College)

5. Fulfillingness' First Finale: Satisfying the Limit in Horace Satires 1.10. Catherine Schlegel (University of Notre Dame)

6. Poetic Sovereignty in Horace's Epistle 2.2: The Vates Formerly Known as Horace. Aryn Seiler (University of New Mexico)

1:00-3:00 p.m. Third Session Juniper
Section D
Greek Tragedy
Robert J. Rabel (University of Kentucky), presiding

1. Word and Deed in Greek Tragedy. Joe Park Poe (Tulane University)

2. Aristocratic Rites in the Democratic Theater: Staging the Ideology of the Polis? Kerri J. Hame (Furman University)

3. Atossa's Dream of Dread Portent in Aeschylus' Persians. Lisa Rengo George (Arizona State University)

Thursday April 19

4. 'The Best of the Persians': The Ghost as Heroic Other in Early Aeschylean Tragedy. Paul D. Streufert (Purdue University)

5. A Heroine's Rhetoric and a Tyrant's Family in Sophocles' Antigone. Marcel Widzisz (University of Texas at Austin)

6. When a Hero Needs Compassion: Pity in Oedipus at Colonus. Doug Clapp (Iowa State University)

1:00-3:00 p.m. Third Session Maple
Section E
Hellenistic and Later Greek History
George W. Houston (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), presiding

1. Hellenistic Warfare and the "Big Push". Anton G. Jansen (Brock University)

2. Polybios on the Admission of Cities to the Achaean League. Michael D. Dixon (University of Southern Indiana)

3. Hellenistic Historians in Context: Berossus of Babylon and Manetho of Sebennytos. Jane Rempel (University of Michigan)

4. The Role of the Gabinians in the Expulsion of Kleopatra VII. Cecilia M. Peek (Brigham Young University)

5. The Fair Captive Spared: An Unnoticed Topos in Herodotus, Plutarch, and Livy. Stewart G. Flory (Gustavus Adolphus College)

6. Herodes Atticus and the Devolution of Imperial Power. Joel Allen (Ohio University)

Thursday April 19
3:15-5:15 p.m. Fourth Session Birch
Section A
Ovid II
Helena Dettmer (University of Iowa), presiding

1. Quod Petis Arma Dabunt: Epic Rapes in the Fasti. Julia T. Dyson (University of Texas at Arlington)

2. The Perfect Storm- Ovid's Dido in Vergilian Seas. Alena Allen (University of New Mexico)

3. Pudor Unveiled in Heroides VII. Stacie Raucci (University of Chicago)

4. The Argonautic Exile: Ovid and Jason in Tristia 1.10. Samuel J. Huskey (University of Iowa)

5. Ovid, The Elder Pliny, and Modern Decadence. James C. McKeown (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

3:15-5:15 p.m. Fourth Session Cedar
Section B
Panel: The Application of Multispectral Images of the Herculaneum Papyri, Part II
Roger T. Macfarlane (Brigham Young University), organizer

1. New Light on Dark Corners in the Herculaneum Papyri. Richard C. M. Janko (University College, London)

2. Acts of Intense Attention, Applications, or Focussings? Philodemus and Epicurean 'pibolÆ David Armstrong (The University of Texas at Austin)

3. Philodemus and the Helen pericope of Aeneid 2.567ff.: A New Proof of Authenticity from Herculaneum. Jeffrey B. Fish (Baylor University)

4. Toward an Electronic Publication of PHerc. 78, Caecilius Statius' Obolostates, sive Faenerator. Roger T. Macfarlane (Brigham Young University)

Thursday April 19

3:15-5:15 p.m. Fourth Session Elm
Section C
Old Comedy
Kenneth Reckford (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), presiding

1. The Character of Euripides in Aristophanes' Acharnians. John P. Given III (University of Michigan)

2. Control of Costume in Acharnians and Thesmophoriazusae. Gwendolyn Compton-Engle (St. Olaf College)

3. The Curious Matter of the Lenaia of 422. Ian C. Storey (Trent University, Ontario)

4. Frogs 718-737: The Didactic Legacy of Theognis and Aristophanic Comedy. Mark C. Alonge (Stanford University)

5. Rowing for Athens. Jenny Strauss Clay (University of Virginia)

6. Rethinking the Lysistrata: Athenian Policy in 411. J. Rufus Fears (University of Oklahoma)

7. Dimwitted Bandits: Athenian Imperialism and the Stereotype of the Boeotians in Old Comedy. Monica Florence (Boston University)

Thursday April 19

3:15-5:15 p.m. Fourth Session Juniper

Section D
Roman Historiography
Herbert W. Benario (Emory University, Emeritus), presiding

1. Sulla and Sallust on the Surrender of Jugurtha. Robert Ulery (Wake Forest University)

2. Athenian Rome: Sallust, the Transformation of the Roman Demos, and the Construction of Democratic Space. Edward Dandrow (University of Chicago)

3. Fortuna Regia: A Clue for King Porsenna in Livy. Brent Aaron Harper (Loyola University of Chicago)

4. Marcellus at Syracuse (Livy XXV.24.11-14): An 'Alexandrian Footnote'? John Marincola (New York University)

5. The Distinction of Oppidum to Urbs in Livy's Ab Urbe Condita. Guy Earle (University of Florida)

6. Velleius' Imperial Chronology. Emil A. Kramer (Utah State University)

3:15-5:15 p.m. Fourth Session Maple

Section E
John T. Kirby (Purdue University), presiding

1. Classifying Hesiod: Aristotle, Genre, and the Works and Days. Matthew Semanoff (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

2. The Plough and the Sickle: Hesiod's Cosmological Tools. Elizabeth Richey (Indiana University)

3. The Programmatic Message of the Kings and Singers Passage: Theogony 80-103. Kate Stoddard (Florida State University)

Thursday April 19

4. Hesiod and the Fabricated Woman: Privileging Poetry to Visual Art in the Theogony. Bronwen L. Wickkiser (University of Texas at Austin)

5. Kronos the Grammarian: metis/me tis in Hesiod's Theogony. Charles William Gladhill (University of Georgia)

5:15-5:30 p.m. Meeting of CAMWS Southern Section Executive Board Room

5:30-6:30 p.m. Consulares' Reception for New CAMWS Members Canyon

6:00-8:00 p.m. Dinner meeting of the State and Regional Vice-Presidents Cedar
Committee for the Promotion of Latin
and Membership Committee

8:00- 10:00 p.m. Fifth Session Zion

The J. Reuben Clark III Memorial Lecture in Classics and the Classical Tradition
sponsored by the
Department of Humanities, Classics, and Comparative Literature
Brigham Young University
Roger T. Macfarlane (Brigham Young University), presiding

Phoenix from the Ashes: The Carbonized Petra Papyri and their Secrets.

Ludwig Koenen (University of Michigan)
Friday April 20

8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Registration Aspen
8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Book Display Coffee will be provided Aspen

8:15-9:45 a.m. Sixth Session Birch

Section A
Hellenistic Poetry
Stewart G. Flory (Gustavus Adolphus College), presiding

1. "No Lots Made You King:" Callimachus' Hymn to Zeus 59-66 and the Ideology of Kingship. Michael de Brauw (University of Texas at Austin)

2. Callimachus the Consummate Artist: Energeia and Kinesis in Aet. fr. 1.39-40. Joseph M. Romero (Mary Washington College)

3. Choral Song and Divine Reciprocation in Callimachus Hymn 2. Keyne Cheshire (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

4. Divine Assistance in Apollonius Rhodius. Paul Ojennus (University of Colorado at Boulder)

8:15-9:45 a.m. Sixth Session Cedar
Section B
Roman Antiquities I
Theodore A. Tarkow (University of Missouri), presiding

1. Augustus: Imperator or Economic Reformer? Kenneth M. Tuite (University of Texas at Austin)

2. Reconstruction of Virtue: Livy and Augustan Rome. Brad Peper (Luther College)

3. The Porticus "Petroniana": Spatial Considerations in the Satyricon. Jeremy Hartnett (University of Michigan)

Friday April 20

8:15-9:45 a.m. Sixth Session Elm
Section C
Late Antiquity
Kenneth F. Kitchell (University of Massachusetts), presiding

1. Prudentius' Ventosa Virago. Jessamyn Lewis (Dartmouth College)

2. Symmachus and the Imperial Policy of Dissimulatio. Mark Edward Clark (University of Southern Mississippi)

3. Augustine, the Aeneid and the Roman Family. Maura K. Lafferty (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

4. Plauti Per Vestigia: The Aulularia in the Querolus. Wilfred Major (Loyola University, New Orleans)

8:15-9:45 a.m. Sixth Session Juniper
Section D
Roman History I
Charles Babcock (The Ohio State University, Emeritus), presiding

1. Q. Cicero, Comm. Pet. 33. W. Jeffrey Tatum (Florida State University)

2. Claudia Quinta (Pro Caelio 34) and an Altar to Magna Mater. Eleanor Winsor Leach (Indiana University)

3. Pardoning Plancina: Munatia Plancina and Livia in the Senatus Consultum de Pisone Patre. Thomas H. Watkins (Western Illinois University)

4. The Centumviral Court in the Basilica Iulia. Leanne Bablitz (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Friday April 20

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seventh Session Birch
Section A
Greek Poetry
Jenny Strauss Clay (University of Virginia), presiding

1. The Archaic Poet as Textual Critic: Solon 20W and Mimnermus 6W. Alexandra Pappas (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

2. The Look of Love: The Identity of the Goddess in Alkman's Louvre Parthenion (PMG 1). Monica S. Cyrino (University of New Mexico)

3. Second-Guessing the Prophet: The Lille Papyrus. Deborah MacInnes (Louisiana State University)

4. Telling Tales of Shame and Desire: Dealing with Binary Opposites in the Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite. Margaret M. Toscano (University of Utah)

5. 'This' and 'That' in Pindar's Odes. William H. Race (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seventh Session Cedar
Section B
Panel: Latin Literature and the City of Rome
John F. Miller (University of Virginia), organizer

1. Plautus and the City of Rome. Timothy J. Moore (University of Texas)

2. The Latin Elegists and Isis Campensis. Daniel P. Harmon (University of Washington)

3. Exilic Perspective on the Augustan Palatine. John F. Miller (University of Virginia)

4. The Imperial Amphitheatre and the Face of Power. Carole E. Newlands (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

Friday April 20

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seventh Session Elm
Section C
The Classical Tradition I
Michele V. Ronnick (Wayne State University), presiding

1. The Reluctant Idolater: Petrarch's Letters to Marcus Tullius Cicero. Elizabeth S. Olson (Boston University)

2. The Revestiture of Myth: The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony as Critical Fiction. John T. Kirby (Purdue University)

3. Lord Elgin's Legacy: Sources for the Study of Antiquities Collection and Preservation. Nancy Sultan (Illinois Wesleyan University)

4. Tasting the Honey of Heaven: Capitein's Elegy for Rev. Manger. John T. Quinn (Hope College)

5. Wallace Stevens's Farewell to Florida, Horace 2.6 and Juvenal 1.3: "I hated the vivid blooms". Priscilla Rodgers (University of Washington)

6. Conrad Celtis and the City of Nürnberg. Herbert W. Benario (Emory University)

Friday April 20

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seventh Session Juniper
Section D
Roman History II
James S. Ruebel (Ball State University), presiding

1. Servi Coniurati: Senatorial Attitudes Toward Slaves in the Bacchanalian Affair. Victoria Pagan (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

2. Tomb and Will: A Freedman's Security for Succession Outside Rome. Lisa A. Hughes (Miami University of Ohio)

3. Judaism, Christianity, and the Patronage of Roman Imperial Women. Eric D. Huntsman (Brigham Young University)

4. Constructing Paternity and Legitimacy in Jurists' Law. Susan D. Martin (University of Tennessee)

5. Access to Legal Protection and the Late Roman Colonate. Dennis Kehoe (Tulane University)

6. Leben wie ein Gott in Frankreich, or Living like a God in Gaul: Response and Aftermath to the Alamanni Invasion of 286/287. J. Kent Gregory (St. Olaf College)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Seventh Session Maple
Section E
Panel: From Amazons to Anasazi: Universal Themes in Classical and Native American Myth.
Georgia L. Irby-Massie (Louisiana State University), organizer

1. When Adam Delved and Eve Span: A Cross-cultural Investigation of Spiders, Spinning and Civilization. Martha Davis (Temple University)

2. Homeric Questions and Field Mouse Goes to War, a Hopi Myth. T. Davina McClain (Loyola University)

3. Kokopelli and Hermes: Tricksters and Shamans in Mediterranean and North American Traditions. Georgia Irby-Massie (Louisiana State University)

Friday April 20

4. The Eternal Bonds of Marriage in Provincial Roman and Native American Myth. Johanna Sandrock (Louisiana State University)

5. Response. Lee Edgar Tyler (Independent Scholar)

12:00-1:00 p.m. Vergilian Society Luncheon Arches
Marilyn B. Skinner (University of Arizona), presiding

All Friday Afternoon Sessions Will Take Place at the Ernest L. Wilkinson Student Center on the Campus of Brigham Young University
Buses will leave between 11:30 and 1:30.

1:30-3:00 p.m. Eighth Session 3238
Section A
Panel: Performance and Perfomativity in Roman Oratory.
Andrew M. Riggsby (University of Texas at Austin), organizer

1. O singulare prodigium! Ciceronian Invective as Religious Expiation. Anthony Corbeill (University of Kansas)

2. Fear of Public Speaking. Andrew M. Riggsby (University of Texas)

3. Cicero's Verrines and the Performance of Roman Oratory. Robert Cape (Austin College)

1:30-3:00 p.m. Eighth Session 3380
Section B
Roman Antiquities II
G. Edward Gaffney (Montgomery Bell Academy), presiding

1. Sphinx Worship in Late Roman Berenike, Egypt. Crystal Fritz (Kalamazoo College)

2. Brothers or Lovers? A New Reading of the "Tondo of the Two Brothers" from Antinoopolis, Egypt. Anne Haeckl (Kalamazoo College)

3. Honoring Hadrian's Visit to Petra: A Re-evaluation of the Treasury. Susan Gelb (University of Texas at Austin)

Friday April 20

1:30-3:00 p.m. Eighth Session 3250
Section C
Peter E. Knox (University of Colorado), presiding

1. Deucalion's Children: Divine Justice and Human Culpability in Vergil's Georgics. Christopher Nappa (University of Minnesota)

2. The First Simile of the Aeneid and the Theogony. Catherine J. Mansell (Tulane University)

3. Good to Go: Echoing Expressions at Aen. 4.554f. Alden Smith (Baylor University)

4. Misreading Aeneas: Misdirection and Identification in Aeneid 7-12. Eric Kyllo (Baylor University)

1:30-3:00 p.m. Eighth Session 3252
Section D
Panel: The National Latin Exam and Forum Romanum: Into the Next Century
Mark A. Keith (Chancellor High School/National Latin Exam), organizer

1. The 2001 NLE Syllabus. Jane Hall (Chair, National Latin Exam)

2. NLE: Ties to the Classical Language Standards and New Trends. Christine Sleeper (Fairfax County (VA) Schools, Retired)

3. New Strategies for Forum Romanum: How to Use the TV Series with All Levels.. Mark A. Keith (Chancellor High School/National Latin Exam)

1:30-3:00 p.m. Eighth Session Varsity Theater
Section E
Session 9E will begin at 2:15 pm.

Friday April 20
3:15-5:15 p.m. Ninth Session 3380
Section B
Greek Archaeology
Linda W. Rutland Gillison (University of Montana - Missoula), presiding

1. The Popularization of the Minoan Palace Religion. Geraldine C. Gesell (University of Tennessee)

2. Determining Gender and Age in Greek Iron Age Burials. Travis Ryan Quay (University of Arizona)

3. Polydeukion at Brauron. Aileen Ajootian (University of Mississippi)

4. The Cult of the Aphrodite of Aphrodisias: From Carian to Graeco-Roman. Lisa R. Brody (Oregon State University)

5. Masters of Metal: The Influence of Macedonian Metal Vases on Ceramics. Karin Halvorsen (University of Arizona)

3:15-5:15 p.m. Ninth Session 3252
Section C
Latin Poetry I
David F. Bright (Emory University), presiding

1. Altitude and Altered States: Vergil's Uses of Ingens and Its Etymological Implications. Lorina N. Quartarone (University of Montana)

2. Domitius Marsus and Maecenas' Patronage: Martial's Fiction. Shannon N. Byrne (Ball State University)

3. Martial as Iambographer. Art L. Spisak (Southwest Missouri State University)

4. Martial's Scandalous Spectacles: Beauty vs. Beast. Janie Anne Zuber (University of Chicago)

5. Statius' Silvae 2.1 and Flavian Family Values. Austin M. Busch (Indiana University)

6. Satiric Ekphrasis: The Sea-Storm of Juvenal 12. Catherine Keane (Northwestern University)

Friday April 20
3:15-5:15 p.m. Ninth Session 3250
Section D
The Classics in Contemporary Culture
Gregory N. Daugherty (Randolph-Macon College), presiding1. From 'Stupid Cupid' to 'Achilles, Agony and Ecstasy:' Classical Mythology and Pop/Rock Music of the 20th Cenutry. Thomas J. Sienkewicz and Marty Pickens (Monmouth College)

2. John Barton's Theatrical Cycle Tantalus. Victor Castellani (University of Denver)

3. Death by Fire: Meleager's Mother and David Lynch's Log Lady. Michele Valerie Ronnick (Wayne State University)

4. Isocrates' Helen, Princess Diana, and Popular Culture. David Mirhady (Simon Fraser University)

5. Ridley Scott's Gladiator: Mad Maximus Beyond Cyber-Rome. Martin M. Winkler (George Mason University)

6. eBay as an Ephemeral Database for the Study of Classics in Popular Culture. Jon Solomon (University of Arizona)

2:15-5:15 p.m. Ninth Session Varsity Theater
Section E
Panel: Christianity in the Roman Empire.
John F. Hall (Brigham Young University), organizer

1. Land and Obedience in Luke/Acts. S. Kent Brown (Brigham Young University)

2. Maleficium, Fear, and Maiestas in the Trial of Jesus. John W. Welch (Brigham Young University)

3. Feeding Christians to the Lions: Persecution and Propaganda in Early Christianity. John F. Hall (Brigham Young University)

4. History and Nature in Early Christian Thought. Noel B. Reynolds (Brigham Young University)

5. New Light on Third Century Theban Christianity. John Gee (Brigham Young University)

Friday April 20
5:00- 5:30 p.m. Buses leave Ernest L. Wilkinson Student Center for the Brigham Young University Museum of Art

5:15 - 6:15 p.m. Reception Sponsored by Brigham Young University Museum of Art

6:00 - 6:30 p.m. Buses leave Brigham Young University Museum of Art for the Hotel

7:00-7:30 p.m. Cash bar available Canyon/Arches

7:30-9:30 p.m. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION BANQUET Canyon/Arches

Presiding: Cathy P. Daugherty (Hanover (VA) County Schools)
Welcome: Noel B. Reynolds, Associate Academic Vice-President, (Brigham Young University)
Response: Barbara Hill (University of Colorado)
Ovationes: Herbert W. Benario (Emory University)
Presidential Address:

Of Catiline and CAMWS

Christopher P. Craig (University of Tennessee)

Prime Rib with Au Jus and Creamed Horseradish
Rosemary-Garlic Whipped Potatoes
House Salad
Fresh Vegetables
Bread Basket and Beverages
(Vegetarian alternative available if requested in advance)

Wine and Cocktails will be available from a cash bar at 7p.m. Saturday April 21
8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Registration Aspen
8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Book Display Coffee will be provided Aspen

8:15-9:30 a.m. Annual Business Meeting of CAMWS Birch
Christopher P. Craig (University of Tennessee), presiding

8:15-9:30 a.m. Annual Business Meeting of CAPN Elm
Linda W. Rutland Gillison (University of Montana), presiding

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Tenth Session Amphitheater
Section A
Technology/Roman Antiquities III
C. Wayne Tucker (Hampden-Sydney College), presiding

1. Technology as Scholarship: Case Study of a Virtual Sculpture Gallery. Judith de Luce (Miami University of Ohio)

2. Reconstructing the Urban Image of Ancient Rome: An Examination of Scale Models. Chris Johanson (University of California, Los Angeles)

3. Dancing and Dying: The Display of Elephants in Ancient Roman Arenas. Jo-Ann Shelton (University of California, Santa Barbara)

4. The Library in the Portico of Octavia and the Fire of AD 80. George W. Houston (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

5. Toponyms on the Via Augusta. Philip Spann (University of Utah)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Tenth Session Cedar
Section B
CPL Panel: Latin Outreach: Working with Administrators, Counselors, and Parents.
Tom Sienkewicz (Monmouth College), presiding

1. The College Counselors Speak. Sherrilyn Martin (Keith Country Day School)

2. Latin Outreach: The View From the Middle. Cathy P. Daugherty (Hanover County (VA) Public Schools)

Saturday April 21

3. Working with Counselors. Willie Lovejoy (Florida Gulf Coast University)

4. Working with Administrators and Teachers to Introduce Latin into the Elementary School Curriculum. E. Christian Kopff (University of Colorado)

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Tenth Session Elm
Section C
John F. Finamore (University of Iowa), presiding

1. Of Gods, Philosophers and Charioteers: A Journey of an Allegory from the Odyssey to the Phaedrus. Svetla Slaveva-Griffin (University of Tennessee)

2. Metic Mettle: Polemarchus and Book I of Plato's Republic. Geoff Bakewell (Creighton University)

3. Plato's Symposium as Apologia. Tom Strunk (Loyola University - Chicago)

4. A Platonic Pseudology: Re-examining the Hippias Minor. Lorenzo F. Garcia, Jr. (University of California, Los Angeles)

5. Makarismos in Plato's Apology. W. Joseph Cummins (Grinnell College)

6. Aitios 'Anaitios': Cosmology as Ideal Rhetorical Discourse in Plato's Timaeus 27c-30c. Zina Giannopoulou (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Saturday April 21
10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Tenth Session Juniper
Section D
Edmund Cueva (Xavier University), presiding

1. Euridipes' Hippolytus: Variations on a Plot from Ancient to Modern. Sophie Mills (University of North Carolina at Asheville)

2. Compassion and Friendship in Euripides' Herakles. James F. Johnson (Austin College)

3. Tragic Striptease: The Sacrifice of Polyxena in the Hecuba of Euripides. Jennifer L. Benedict (College of William and Mary)

4. Unity through the agon in Euripides' Hekabe. Heather Waddell (University of Iowa)

5. Wave Good-Bye to Romantic Tragedy in Iphigenia Among the Taurians. George Adam Kovacs (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

6. Why Is the Last Word in Helen 'Theoclymenus'? Gary Mathews (North Carolina School of the Arts)

12:00-1:30 p.m. Consulares Luncheon Willow

James S. Ruebel (Ball State University) , 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), David Bright (Iowa State), Michael Gagarin (Texas), Kenneth Kitchell (Louisiana State), Joy King (Colorado), Karelisa Hartigan (Florida), Kathryn Thomas (Creighton), William Race (North Carolina), Helena Dettmer (Iowa), John F. Hall (Brigham Young), James M. May (St. Olaf), John F. Miller (Virginia), Christopher P. Craig (Tennessee)

Saturday April 21

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

12:00 - 1 p.m. Women's Classical Caucus Luncheon Bryce
Jerise Fogel (Columbia University), presiding

1:00-3:00 p.m. Eleventh Session Amphitheater
Section A
Susan D. Martin (University of Tennessee), presiding

1. Think Again: A Student's Response to Carpenter's Argument for 'Reassessing the Goal in Latin Pedagogy'. Rebekah Richards (University of Colorado-Boulder)

2. Latin Grammar as the Romans Taught It. John C. Traupman (St. Joseph's University)

3. Increasing Reading Proficiency in Latin. Cody W. Wood (Ricks College)

4. Teaching Greek Tragedy Through Japanese Noh. William K. Freiert (Gustavus Adolphus College)

5. Women in Antiquity: A General Education Course. Charlayne D. Allan (University of California - Davis)

6. Speaking and Writing in Latin, and the new Institute for Latin Studies at the University of Kentucky. Terence O. Tunberg (University of Kentucky)

Saturday April 21
1:00-3:00 p.m. Eleventh Session Cedar
Section B
Vice-presidential Panel: Shepherding the Flock: Why Some Students Lag in Learning Latin and How Teachers Can Help Them Keep Pace.
Barbara Hill (University of Colorado), presiding

1. A Different Approach to Diverse Latin Learners. Sherwin D. Little (Indian Hill High School, Cincinnati, Ohio)

2. Options for Latin Assessment. Rebecca Jessup (University of Colorado)

3. Tending the Sheep-Helping All Latin Students Succeed. Kenneth F. Kitchell, Jr. (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

1:00-3:00 p.m. Eleventh Session Elm
Section C
Latin Poetry II
Julia T. Dyson (University of Texas at Arlington), presiding

1. The Cold Cares of Venus. Warren S. Smith (University of New Mexico)

2. On Learning to Dislike Catullus: The Torture of Love and the Love of Torture. James H. Dee (University of Illinois at Chicago)

3. Two Related Topics in Catullus 68: The Exemplum of Laodamia and the Simile of the Late-Born Grandchild. Marilyn B. Skinner (University of Arizona)

4. Clumsy Allusiveness: A Meaningful Trip in Catullus and Ovid. Laurel Fulkerson (Florida State University)

5. The Fragment of Gallus from Qasr Ibrim and Extent of Its Influence on Roman Love Poetry. Zara M. Torlone (Miami University of Ohio)

6. God(dess) Save the Princeps: Propertius 3.4. Carol U. Merriam (Brock University)

Saturday April 21
1:00-3:00 p.m. Eleventh Session Juniper
Section D
Archaeology and Art History
Aileen Ajootian (University of Mississippi), presiding

1. Worshipping Herakles: Cult and Regional Identity. Christina A. Salowey (Hollins University)

2. Commerce, Chios, and the Athenian Empire. Joseph N. Jansen (University of Texas at Austin)

3. Simply Smashing: Etruscan Rituals of Breakage and Mutilation. Nancy T. de Grummond (Florida State University)

4. Diachronic Aspects of Representation in the Cult of Diana. Lora L. Holland (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

5. Erotic Ambiguities: Hermaphroditus in the Domestic Context. Emma Scioli (University of California, Los Angeles)

3:00-5:00 p.m. Twelfth Session Amphitheater
Section A
Panel: Online Commentaries and Learning Tools for Intermediate Latin Students.
Donka D. Markus (University of Michigan), organizer

1. Empowering Intermediate Students to Create an Interactive, On-line Reader. John Gruber-Miller (Cornell College)

2. Antiqua Lingua, Commenta Nova: New Devices for the Intermediate Learner of Latin. Claude Pavur (Saint Louis University)

3. An On-Line Intermediate Level Latin Supplement. Ann Raia (The College of New Rochelle)

4. Putting the Tutorial into Hypertext. Rob Latousek (Centaur Systems, Ltd.)

5. Doing Things with Texts: a Skills-oriented Approach to Teaching Intermediate Latin with the Help of Technology. Donka D. Markus (University of Michigan)
Saturday April 21

3:00-5:00 p.m. Twelfth Session Cedar
Section B
Greek Prose
Michael Gagarin (University of Texas at Austin), presiding

1. Maternity, Mortality, and Maturation in Herodotus' Story of Cleobis and Biton (Hist. 1.31). Charles C. Chiasson (University of Texas at Arlington)

2. Kleon's Silence in Thucydides. Gwendolyn M. Gruber (University of Iowa)

3. Diagnosing the Underlying Condition: Considering the Missing Connections between the Presbeutikos and Epibomios. Eric D. Nelson (Pacific Lutheran University)

4. Rhetoric and Life in 4th Century Athens. Jerise Fogel (Columbia University)

5. Aristotle's Account of hybris in the Rhetoric. Ben Gracy (University of New Mexico)

6. Plutarch's Debt to Dionysius of Halicarnassus' Epistula ad Pompeium. George W.M. Harrison (Xavier University)

3:00-5:00 p.m. Twelfth Session Elm
Section C
Latin Imperial Epic
James Clauss (University of Washington), presiding

1. Lucan and the Un-Making of the Trojan Legend. Ian McDonald (University of Toronto at Scarborough)

2. The Pre-Battle Harangue at Pharsalus (BC 3.85.4): Did Caesar Tell a Joke? John Nordling (Baylor University)

3. The Aeneid Rewound: Silius Italicus' Presentation of the Fall of Saguntum. Timothy B. Allison (University of Michigan)

Saturday April 21

4. Rapit infidum victor caput: Hasdrubal and Gender Role Reversal in Silius Italicus' Punica 15. Antonios Augoustakis (Dickinson College)

5. Virtuous Violence in Statius' Thebaid. Neil Coffee (University of Chicago)

6. Ino and Her Stepchildren in the Argonautica of Valerius Flaccus. Hugh C. Parker (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)

3:00-5:00 p.m. Twelfth Session Juniper
Section D
The Classical Tradition II
Robert W. Ulery (Wake Forest University), presiding

1. The Vision of Augustus and Twelfth Century Renovatio Literature. Cynthia White (University of Arizona)

2. The Classical Greek Art of Leonard Baskin. Kathryn A. Thomas (Creighton University)

3. The Music of Hate and Love: An Appraisal of Three Musical Settings of Catullus LXXXV. Philip Barnes (John Burroughs School)

4. Ralph Vaughan Williams - Musician and Platonist. James V. Lowe (John Burroughs School)

5. "A Perfect Collaborator": Erik Satie and Socrate. James E. Betts (Monmouth College)
Index of Presenters and Presiders

Aileen Ajootian 9b 11d
Charlayne D. Allan 11a
Alena Allen 4a
Joel Allen 3e
Timothy B. Allison 12c
Mark C. Alonge 4c
Jean Alvares 1c
William S. Anderson 2b
David Armstrong 4b
Catherine Atherton 3b
Antonios Augoustakis 12c
Charles Babcock 6d
Leanne Bablitz 6d
Geoff Bakewell 2e 10c
Philip Barnes 12d
Stephen Bay 2e
Herbert W. Benario 4d 7c
Janice Benario 1d
Jennifer L. Benedict 10d
James E. Betts 12d
David L. Blank 3b
Steven Booras 3b
Michael de Brauw 6a
David F. Bright 9c
Lisa R. Brody 9b
S. Kent Brown 9e
Austin M. Busch 9c
Shannon N. Byrne 9c
Robert Cape 8a
Eric Casey 2a
Victor Castellani 9d
Keyne Cheshire 6a
Charles C. Chiasson 12b
Doug Clapp 3d
Mark Edward Clark 6c
James Clauss 12c
Jenny Strauss Clay 4c 7a
Wendy E. Closterman 2a
Neil Coffee 12c
G. Compton-Engle 4c
Melissa L. Considine 1d
Brad L. Cook 1a
Anthony Corbeill 8a
Cheryl Anne Cox 2b
Edmund Cueva 10d
W. Joseph Cummins 10c
Monica S. Cyrino 7a
Edward Dandrow 4d
Cathy P. Daugherty 10b
Gregory N. Daugherty 9d
Martha Davis 7e
James H. Dee 11c
Helena Dettmer 1b 4a
Michael D. Dixon 3e
Douglas B. Doll 1b
Walter Donlan 3a
Julia T. Dyson 4a 11c
Guy Earle 4d
Jennifer Ebbeler 2d
Anthony Edwards 3a
Mark S. Farmer 2d
J. Rufus Fears 4c
John F. Finamore 2e 10c
Jeffrey B. Fish 4b
Monica Florence 4c
Stewart G. Flory 3e 6a
Jerise Fogel 12b
Sara Forsdyke 1a
William K. Freiert 11a
Crystal Fritz 8b
Laurel Fulkerson 11c
G. Edward Gaffney 8b
Michael Gagarin 12b
Lorenzo F. Garcia, Jr 10c
John Gee 9e
Susan Gelb 8b
Lisa Rengo George 3d
Geraldine C. Gesell 9b
Zina Giannopoulou 10c
Linda W. R. Gillison 2a 9b
John P. Given III 4c
Charles W. Gladhill 4e
Ben Gracy 12b
J. Kent Gregory 7d
Anne Groton 2b
Gwendolyn M. Gruber 12b
John Gruber-Miller 12a
Nancy T. de Grummond 11d
Martha Habash 2d
Anne Haeckl 8b
Jane Hall 8d
John F. Hall 9e
Karin Halvorsen 9b
Kerri J. Hame 3d
Daniel P. Harmon 7b
Brent Aaron Harper 4d
George W.M. Harrison 12b
Jeremy Hartnett 6b
Stephen B. Heiny 1d
Martin Henn 2e
Barbara Hill 11b
Lora L. Holland 11d
Philip Holt 2e
George W. Houston 3e 10a
Lisa A. Hughes 7d
Eric D. Huntsman 7d
Samuel J. Huskey 4a
Georgia L. Irby-Massie 7e
Richard C. M. Janko 4b
Anton G. Jansen 3e
Joseph N. Jansen 11d
Rebecca Jessup 11b
Chris Johanson 10a
James F. Johnson 10d
Timothy S. Johnson 3c
Ippokratis Kantzios 1b
Catherine Keane 9c
Dennis Kehoe 7d
Mark A. Keith 8d
John T. Kirby 4e 7c
Kenneth F. Kitchell Jr 6c 11b
Peter E. Knox 8c
Ludwig Koenen 5a
E. Christian Kopff 10b
Chrysostomos Kostopoulos 2b
George Adam Kovacs 10d
Emil A. Kramer 4d
Eric Kyllo 8c
Maura K. Lafferty 6c
Keely K. Lake 2c
Rob Latousek 12a
Eleanor Winsor Leach 3c 6d
Jessamyn Lewis 6c
Sherwin D. Little 11b
Bruce Louden 2c
Willie Lovejoy 10b
James V. Lowe 12d
Judith de Luce 10a
Roger T. Macfarlane 3b 4b
Deborah MacInnes 7a
David William Madsen 1a
Wilfred Major 6c
John F. Makowski 2d
Catherine J. Mansell 8c
John Marincola 4d
James R. Marks 2c

Donka D. Markus 12a
Sherrilyn Martin 10b
Susan D. Martin 7d 11a
Gary Mathews 10d
James M. May 2d
T. Davina McClain 7e
Ian McDonald 12c
James C. McKeown 4a
Carol U. Merriam 11c
John F. Miller 7b
Sophie Mills 10d
David Mirhady 9d
Timothy J. Moore 7b
Fred Naiden 1a
Christopher Nappa 8c
Eric D. Nelson 12b
Carole E. Newlands 7b
Stephen A. Nimis 1c
John Nordling 12c
Erin O'Connell 2e
Paul Ojennus 6a
Elizabeth S. Olson 7c
Victoria Pagan 7d
Sophia Papaioannou 1b
Alexandra Pappas 7a
Hugh C. Parker 12c
Lee E. Patterson 2a
Claude Pavur 12a
Cecilia M. Peek 3e
Brad Peper 6b
Richard L. Phillips 2a
Marty Pickens 9d
Joe Park Poe 3d
Carol Poster 2e
Lorina N. Quartarone 9c
Travis Ryan Quay 9b
John T. Quinn 7c
Robert J. Rabel 2c 3d
William H. Race 2c7a Ann Raia 12a
Patrice Rankine 1d
Stacie Raucci 4a
Kenneth Reckford 4c
Jane Rempel 3e
Noel B. Reynolds 9e
Rebekah Richards 11a
Elizabeth Richey 4e
Andrew M. Riggsby 8a
Priscilla Rodgers 7c
Joseph M. Romero 6a
Michele V. Ronnick 7c 9d
Naomi Rood 2c
Peter Rose 3a
James Ruebel 7d
Christina A. Salowey 11d
Johanna Sandrock 7e
Catherine Schlegel 3c
Saundra Schwartz 1c
Emma Scioli 11d
Aryn Seiler 3c
Matthew Semanoff 4e
Susan Shapiro 1c
Jo-Ann Shelton 10a
Thomas J. Sienkewicz 9d 10b
Robert H. Simmons 2c
Marilyn B. Skinner 1a 11c
Svetla Slaveva-Griffin 10c
Christine Sleeper 8d
Alden Smith 8c
Warren S. Smith 11c
Jon Solomon 9d
Philip Spann 10a
Art L. Spisak 9c
John B. Stillwell 3c
Kate Stoddard 4e
Ian C. Storey 4c
Paul D. Streufert 3d
Tom Strunk 10c
Nancy Sultan 7c
Elizabeth H. Sutherland 3c
David W. Tandy 3a
Theodore A. Tarkow 6b
W. Jeffrey Tatum 1b
W. Jeffrey Tatum 6d
John W. Thomas 2b
Kathryn A. Thomas 2a 12d
Zara M. Torlone 11c

Margaret M. Toscano 7a
Ariana Traill 2b
John C. Traupman 11a
C.. Wayne Tucker 10a
Kenneth M. Tuite 6b
Terence O. Tunberg 11a
Lee Edgar Tyler 7e
Robert W. Ulery 4d 12d
Heather Waddell 10d
Thomas H. Watkins 6d
John W. Welch 9e

William C. West 2a
James Whelton 2d
Cynthia White 12d
Bronwen L. Wickkiser 4e
Marcel Widzisz 3d
Amanda Wilcox 2d
Stephanie J. Winder 3c
Martin M. Winkler 9d
Cody W. Wood 11a
Janie Anne Zuber 9c

CAMWS Committees 2000-2001

Committee on the CAMWS Centennial
Kenneth Kitchell University of Massachusetts 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 Development
David Bright Emory University 2003 (Chair)
Charles Babcock The Ohio State University (retired) 2003
Ward Briggs University of South Carolina 2003
Helena Dettmer University of Iowa 2003
Christine Sleeper Herndon, Virginia 2003
Gregory Daugherty Randolph-Macon College ex officio

Committee on Finance
David W. Tandy University of Tennessee 2002 (Chair)
Barbara Tsakirgis Vanderbilt University 2001
James M. May St. Olaf College 2001
Eric D. Huntsman Brigham Young University 2003
Gregory Daugherty Randolph-Macon College ex officio

Committee on Membership
Julia T. Dyson University of Texas at Arlington 2002 (Chair)
Alden Smith Baylor University 2001
Shannon Byrne Ball State University 2001
Rick Newton Kent State University 2002
Christine Sleeper Herndon, Virginia 2002

Committee on Merit
Herbert W. Benario Emory University 2001 (Chair)
John Breuker Western Reserve Academy 2001
Daniel Levine University of Arkansas 2001
Ted Tarkow University of Missouri 2002
Anne Groton St. Olaf College. 2002
Carter Drake Rockbridge County High School 2003

Committee on Nominations
John F. Miller University of Virginia 2005 (Chair)
William H. Race University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2001
Helena Dettmer University of Iowa 2002
John Hall Brigham Young University 2003
James M. May St. Olaf College 2004

Committee on the Annual Meeting Program
Eleanor W. Leach Indiana University 2001
Ellen Greene University of Oklahoma 2002
Stuart Flory Gustavus Adolphus College 2003
Jenny Strauss Clay University of Virginia 2003
Christopher Craig University of Tennessee ex officio (Chair)

Committee for the Promotion of Latin
Thomas Sienkewicz Monmouth College 2003 (Chair)
Owen Cramer Colorado College 2001
Stan Iverson Concordia College 2002
Janet Colbert Webb School of Knoxville 2003
Barbara Hill University of Colorado ex officio

Committee on Resolutions
Michele Ronnick Wayne State University 2001 (Chair)
Charles Chiasson University of Texas at Arlington 2002
Monica Cyrino University of New Mexico 2003
George Harrison Xavier University 2003

Steering Committee on Awards and Scholarships
Michele Ronnick Wayne State University 2003 (Chair)
Geoff Bakewell Creighton University 2001
Susan Bonvallet Wellington School 2001
Helena Dettmer University of Iowa 2001
William Freiert Gustavus Adolphus College 2001
Tim Johnson University of Florida 2003
Christopher Craig University of Tennessee ex officio
Gregory Daugherty Randolph-Macon College ex officio

Subcommittee on the Grant, Semple and Benario Travel Awards
Susan Bonvallet Wellington School 2001 (Chair)
Kathryn Gutzwiller University of Cincinnati 2002
Donald H. Hoffman St. Ignatius College Prep 2002
Carole Newlands University of Wisconsin 2003

Subcommittee on the Good Teacher Awards
William Freiert Gustavus Adolphus College 2001 (Chair)
Sally Davis Arlington City Schools 2001
Daniel Hooley University of Missouri, Columbia 2002
Nancy Sultan Illinois Wesleyan University 2002

Subcommittee on the Manson A. Stewart Education and Travel Awards
Timothy Johnson University of Florida 2003 (Chair)
David Guinee DePauw University 2001
Susan Shapiro Xavier University 2002
Roy Lindahl Furman University (retired) 2003

Subcommittee on the Manson A. Stewart Scholarships
Helena Dettmer University of Iowa 2001 (Chair)
S. Douglas Olson University of Minnesota 2002
Marilyn Skinner University of Arizona 2002
Art Spisak Southwest Missouri State University 2003

Subcommittee on the School Awards
Geoff Bakewell Creighton University 2001 (Chair)
Andrew Becker Virginia Tech 2002
Steven R. Todd Samford University 2002
Hugh Parker University of North Carolina at Greensboro 2003

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Revision Date: 01/22/01

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